Volleyball fills head coaching vacancy

WTAMU volleyball is looking to continue its winning tradition this fall, except this time with the leadership. Jason Skoch, newly hired head coach, replaces Tony Graystone, who accepted the head coaching job at Texas A&M-Commerce in February. Skoch comes from Kirksville, Mo., where he led the Truman State Lady Bulldogs to four-consecutive top 10 rankings…

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Ozark Mountain Encounter Navigators anticipate Summer Training Program in Branson

Amanda Garcia Photographer The Navigators are eagerly anticipating their annual Summer Training Program (STP).  College students involved with this national organization from across the southwest region of the country will be gathering together for eight weeks in Branson, Mo. “The purpose of STP is to first and foremost help students grow in their relationships with…

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Career Services here to help

Ashley Miller Assisstant Editor In the 15 months since the start of the recession, employment has fallen by 3.7 percent, but unemployment continues to rise by nearly 0.5 percent every month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. WTAMU Career Services located on the second floor of the Virgil Henson Activities Center, offers a variety…

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Rove to speak at FUBC

Andrea Findley Editor Culminating the final year of college for 2009 graduates, Karl Rove will be in Canyon to give a pre-commencement address at 7 p.m. Friday, May 8 at the First United Bank Center. Rove served as an active part of the Bush Administration as senior adviser from 2000-2007 and deputy chief of staff…

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Life lessons learned

Brooklyn Cmerek Staff writer As a student reporter, I am told to cover news.  My brain keeps telling me to do what’s expected, but my heart tells me to share the story of a recent occurrence that has affected my life more than I can explain. I received a call early on March 24.  “Katie’s…

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