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Celebration of Life Ceremony for Scott Bostwick, 49, of Maryville was held at 11 am Thursday, June 9, at Bearcat Stadium where the family invited the public to embrace a game day atmosphere.
The family invited the public to a tailgate gathering following the Celebration of Life Ceremony.
A memorial service was held Wednesday night, June 8th for 49 yr. old Scott Bostwick.
A moving service of song and prayer filled the Mary Linn Auditorium at the Ron Houston Center for the Performing Arts, on the Northwest Missouri State University Campus. If you were unable to attend and would like to listen to the service, it is available below or by downloading this link: http://184.108.40.206/media/service.mp3
A special ceremony was held Thursday morning to honor the 100th Anniversary of the Administration Building and the placement of the historic structure on the National Registry of Historic Places. The event was broadcast live on KXCV/KRNW. Northwest Professor-Emeritus of History at Northwest, Tom Carneal began the ceremony by explaining to those in attendence on the south-side of the Administration Building that a similar event was held exactly 100 years ago at the same date, time and site. You can hear the ceremony by clicking on the link below.
Maryville's Dr. Mark Corson is on leave from Northwest Missouri State University as Associate Professor of Geosciences as he serves the country as Brig. Gen. and Commanding General of the 103rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, helping to oversee the U.S. troop pullout out of Iraq. On September 22, Corson joined the all-employee's meeting at the University via the military's UROC audio system. Below is the link as President John Jasinski talked with Corson about his experiences in Iraq and where American forces stand today. Note the pauses in the conversation and audio quality is a result of the time zone differences and technological constraints.
The entire announcement by Brigade General Corson can be heard by clicking on the audio player below...
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was in Maryville Thursday to tour campus and take in the season-opening game for the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats with Texas A&M-Kingsville. Governor Nixon took part in pregame ceremonies honoring Head Coach Mel Tjeerdsma and last year's National Championship football and cheerleading teams. KXCV/KRNW is the flagship station for the Bearcat Radio Network and during the first half Governor Nixon stopped by for a visit. You can hear that conversation by clicking on the link below.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was at St. Francis Hospital in Maryville Wednesday, August 18th and announced a plan to create a rural broadband computer network throughout Northern Missouri.
Todays announcement was part of a broader initiative to bring rural broadband to most of Missouri. The project is expected to connect 660 thousand homes and businesses to high-speed internet to help homes, businesses, schools, law enforcement and hospitals.
The Mo Broadband Initiative teams Missouri with Blue Bird Media, United Electric Cooperative and other providers to bring the project to completion in around 36 months.
The entire announcement by the Governor can be heard by clicking on the audio player below...
Senator Claire McCaskill held a Town Hall meeting on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville on Wednesday, August 11th.
After opening remarks By Northwest President John Jasinski the soon to be senior Senator from Missouri took questions from the audience. Over 100 people were in attendance and Senator McCaskill fielded questions on health care, jobs, cap and trade, immigration reform and the Recovery Act of 2009 among others.
To listen to Senator Claire McCaskill's Maryville Town Hall Meeting click on the audio player below...
A former Maryville resident Lesli Summa Bills escape from her burning home during the flood of the Cumberland River in Nashville became national news as news helicopters captured video of the burning home. John Coffey talked with Bills about her situation in a morning conversation.
Northwest President Dr. John Jasinski gave a State of the University address at Monday, April 12 in the Living Room of the J.W. Jones Student Union.
During the address, Dr. Jasinski discussed the University's current state of affairs and served up the challenges as the Northwest Leadership Team sees them. Dr. Jasinski commented on finance, academics and operations, and strategic intent.
The address was broadcast live on 90.5 and 88.9 FM and can be also be heard by clicking below.
with Provost Dr. Douglas Dunham on Wednesday, April 14
with Dr. Paul McGraw on Tuesday, April 20
with Dr. Jackie Elliott on Wednesday, April 21
with Dr. Bob Boerigter on Wednesday, April 21
Students, administrators, and faculty recently hosted a reception for Missouri lawmakers in the state capital building.
Click on the audio link to hear how the day went.
Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville celebrated the inauguation of it's 10th President, Dr. John Jasinski, Friday October 23rd in the Ron Houston Center for the Performing Arts.
The installation ceremony was aired live on KXCV-KRNW, 90.5 and 88.9 FM. The ceremony highlights included remarks from Michael Johnson, BS '85 a longtime friend of President Jasinski, the installation performed by James "Bill" Loch, President of the Northwest Board of Regents, presentation of the Presidential Medallion by President Emeritus Dr. Dean Hubbard and Dr. B.D. Owens, BS '59 and of course the inaugural address by Dr. Jasinski.
You can listen to the entire installation ceremony by clicking on the audio player below.
with Dr. Bob Boerigter on Wednesday, April 21