Columbia Daily Dish 3/10/10

Education students get opportunity to question School Board candidates (CM): “An MU College of Education forum brought hoards of education students ready to pick school board candidates’ brains Tuesday night.”

MoDOT seeks to save $200M over 5 years (AP): “Missouri transportation officials said Wednesday they plan to save more than $200 million over the next five years by reducing staff and cutting spending on things such as inventory, vehicles and grass-cutting.”

City Council candidate Kespohl’s passions include faith, baseball (CM): “When Gary Kespohl decided to go to school for programming, technology was practically archaic compared to today. There were no laptops. People did their taxes by the ancient tradition of filling out paperwork.”


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