Hawley Wants To Institute An Internet Do Not Track List For Personal Data

U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley is introducing legislation that would allow internet users to effectively opt out of having certain data shared with websites. It’s the GOP senator’s latest salvo in his advocacy against large technology companies, a posture that’s brought Hawley national praise and criticism.

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In Syria, Reports Of 19 Medical Facilities Bombed Since April 28

On May 15, government forces bombed the Tarmala Maternity and Children's Hospital in South Idlib, Syria. "The air strikes completely destroyed the facility, which had served about 6,000 people a month," says Dr. Khaula Sawah , vice president of the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations-USA. The information on the incident comes from doctors on the ground in Syria. According to the union, it was the 19th health-care facility bombed in Syria since April 28. The official Syrian news...

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SMS and You News Update 10/08/02

Oct 7, 2002

Homecoming is celebrated at SMSU.

Ozarks Afro- American Heritage Museum

Oct 7, 2002

About 200 people signed the guest book on opening day for the Ozarks Afro-American History Museum. Dozens of people came from as far away as Kansas City and St. Louis for the opening, which included live bluegrass music, a picnic and a street fair like atmosphere in downtown Ash Grove.

Dr. Lloyd Young talks with Louise Whall about the upcoming Good Community Fair.


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Silver Dollar City

In support of young persons involved in Bluegrass music, Silver Dollar City and KSMU hosted the 1st annual Youth in Bluegrass Band Contest on September 28th and 29th. The competition was fierce those two days as 7 finalists did their best to impress the judges and the audience at the Branson theme park's Festival of American Music and Craftsmanship.

SMS and You News Update 10/01/02

Sep 30, 2002

David Belcher, Dean of the SMSU College of Arts and Letters, talks about the Odyssey Project.

The Fight at Willson's Creek

Sep 30, 2002


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about Wilson's Creek National Battlefield

For most small national park sites around the country, attracting visitors is a good thing.

Deborah Biggs talks with Greene County Clerk Richard Struckoff about changes to election laws and how those changes will impact the November election.

SMS and You News Update 09/24/02

Sep 23, 2002

English Professor William Burling talks about the Midwest Society for 18th Century Studies and its annual conference, which this year, will be held at SMSU.

Francie Wolfe talks with the collection development coordinator for the Springfield/Greene County Public Libraries about banned books.

Robert Rosendahl Interview

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