The Daily Dish – Feb. 1

Paquin Tower recreation program receives $10,000 gift by Jacob Kirn, Columbia Missourian

The Adapted Community Recreation Program, which is based in Paquin Tower and hosts activities such as painting classes and bingo nights, received a $10,000 donation Tuesday from Columbia Accessible Recreation at Paquin Tower.

City Hall moving to Google Apps services by Andrew Denney, Columbia Daily Tribune

The city of Columbia is set to make a transition from GroupWise email and calendar software to Google Apps for Government. The move will happen over the next four to five months.

J. KARL MILLER: Two-party system might not be perfect, but it works by J. Karl Miller, Columbia Missourian

J. Karl Miller, who writes a weekly opinion column for the Missourian, briefly explains the history of the two-party system and describes why he believes it is effective and works in America.

 

 

 

 

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