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Medals for World War II Veterans

Nov 7, 2001

Chuck Garner, a police officer in republic says June sixth, 1944 was the worst day of his life'and he says the only way to explain the horror of living through that day is to refer people to the World War II movie "Saving Private Ryan."

Only in the last five years has Garner been able to talk about his experiences in world war two. Now at the age of 79, he says it's important to share his story because young people need to know the price that was paid for the prosperity they now enjoy.

SMS and You News Update 11/06/01

Nov 5, 2001

On this program, Dr. John Strong, Assistant to SMSU President Dr. John Keiser, talks about the Drug Education Summit, which will be held at SMSU on November 13th.

Mayor's Commission on Human Rights

Wonders of Wildlife to Open Today

Nov 2, 2001

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Fred Marty is executive director of the new American National Fish and Wildlife Museum at the corner of Sunshine and Campbell. He says educating the public will be done, in part, thru the many interactive exhibits the museum offers'

Fred2 :20 Bird sounds

One feature of the museum is a free-flight aviary'walk in the woods. Free-flight, of course, means birds fly around and over museum visitors'

Tour guide

rountree News Update 11/01/01

Oct 31, 2001

This is the latest news update from the Rountree School.

The James River total maximum daily load or TMDL project is focusing on how much pollution is being transported down streams in the James River basin. Researchers are hoping to identify areas that are heavily polluted and locate the source. Dr. Robert Pavlowsky is assistant professor of geography, geology and planning at SMSU'

"This particular study came about because the state of MO identified the James River Watershed as one being impaired'being polluted by phosphorous, which is affecting Table Rock Lake."

SMS and You News Update 10/30/01

Oct 29, 2001

SMS Political Science Professor Ken Rutherford has the story on the 28th annual Model United Nations Conference.

Road work planned for Branson is hoped to alleviate traffic congestion in the tourist town. Construction begins later this year on straightening out Roark Valley road between Gretna and Shepherd of the hills and adding more turn lanes at those intersections. Jerry Adams is public information director for the city of Branson'


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