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Southwest Baptist University conferred 286 undergraduate degrees during two ceremonies Friday, May 19, and 176 graduate degrees during a ceremony Saturday, May 20, in the Jane and Ken Meyer Wellness and Sports Center on the Bolivar campus. more
Several area cemeteries will be offering decoration services, hosting annual meetings, and/or accepting donations. more
Local churches and organizations are announcing their Easter services, egg hunts, and activities. The public is invited to these community events that are sure to include fun for the whole family. more
The 2023 edition of Missouri Beef Days will feature several new activities this year, including one very special pastime among midwestern cattlemen – Cowboy Church. more
Southwest Baptist University announced the launch of its fully accredited online campus, SBU Worldwide, beginning with the Fall 2023 semester. SBU Worldwide will offer 100% online degree and certificate programs to students around the globe. more
Restore 12:12 Ministries, a faith-based organization devoted to supporting young adults in Polk County, held a ribbon cutting event on Friday, Feb. 10 to celebrate the opening of the ministry’s R&R House, a temporary home for people ages 18-25 who are in need of a stable, affordable living arrangement as they overcome challenges in their lives. more
Friday, Feb. 10, 100 volunteers had the honor of welcoming 124 guests to Night to Shine 2023, the first in-person event since the beginning of COVID. more
Community Outreach Ministries recently made their 2022 Annual Report available to the public, highlighting some of their work and accomplishments from the past year. more
Polk County Community Connections is introducing a new holiday to the community. Parental Resilience Day will be held annually on January 28 in order to recognize the importance of strengthening families and promoting resources for parents and children. more
Southwest Baptist University and Next Level Solutions are partnering to help address the shortage of technical workers in the Ozarks by offering technical classes at a reduced rate. The partnership decreases the cost of computer science courses at SBU’s new dual-credit program, SBU Academy.  more
Many people don’t often complain about a mild winter weather that ranges in the 50s and 60s, but as the daytime wanes, a chilly air begins to take hold and the unsheltered individuals of the community are forced to find a place to escape the bitter cold of the night. more
Winding down the fall semester, 180 Southwest Baptist University graduates are preparing for their time in the spotlight when they are recognized for completing their hard-earned degrees. more
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