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May 1 is Law Day

With Russia headline news these days, readers might be interested in why May 1 is recognized as Law Day

Heart-stopping Novel By One of Missouri’s Own

“I read “The Weight of Blood” in one sitting, aghast at the heart-stopping, uncompromising plot by Laura McHugh, a

Spread the Word During Newspaper In Education Week

March 3-7 commemorates something vital to the newspaper industry — regeneration — during National Newspaper In Education Week. Again

Commemorate Black History Month with “I Have a Dream” Features

February is Black History Month and Missouri Press has released two new features commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s

Reading Campaign off to a Strong Start

Just two weeks into the 2014 Reading Across Missouri campaign, 62 Missouri newspapers and 56 newspapers from 25 other

Reading Across Missouri Free Serial Now Available

Files for the Reading Across Missouri project, “Lily’s Story,” are now available to download at using code: readmo14.

Joplin Search and Rescue Dog star of statewide reading project

In January our Reading Across Missouri 2014 campaign kicks off with a new serialized story available free to Missouri

Veteran’s Day Great Opportunity to Educate All

Veteran’s Day is Nov. 11 and a great opportunity to teach young readers and their parents about the date

New Feature on Emancipation Proclamation Available

The Emancipation Proclamation was issued by President Abraham Lincoln 150 years ago, during the Civil War. This executive order

New STEM series will be popular with teachers

STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering and math, is an important focus in education today and Missouri Press

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