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OTC in the News: March 20–27, 2015

News Releases

OTC to host 25th anniversary celebration – Friday, Mar. 27

OTC, Hollister School District sign agreement to benefit high school students – Thursday, Mar. 26

In the News

OTC, Hollister partner to allow seniors to graduate with associate degree – Friday, Mar. 27
Branson Tri-Lakes News

Hollister school and OTC announce new program – Thursday, Mar. 27
Hometown Daily News

Letter to the editor: Vote no on April bond issue – Thursday, Mar. 27
Christian County Headliner

Elections: Spokane School District – Wednesday, Mar. 25
Christian County Headliner

Candidates: Nixa Council District 1 – Wednesday, Mar. 25
Christian County Headliner

10 candidates vie for five seats April 7 – Tuesday, Mar. 24
Springfield Business Journal

OTC Table Rock and Hollister Public Schools plan to sign agreement – Tuesday, Mar. 24
KOLR10

2015 40 Under 40 Honoree: Rochette Dahler – Monday, Mar.23
Springfield Business Journal

2015 40 Under 40 Honoree: Lindsay Haymes – Monday, Mar.23
Springfield Business Journal

2015 40 Under 40 Honoree: Stephanie Lewis – Monday, Mar.23
Springfield Business Journal

2015 40 Under 40 Honoree: Zachary Zweigle – Monday, Mar.23
Springfield Business Journal

Driving Skill Outweighs Classroom Time for New Truckers, Training Experts Say – Monday, Mar.23
Transport Topics News

Want to earn a bachelor’s degree on OTC campus? – Monday, Mar.23
Springfield News-Leader

OTC instructor writes book on Bald Knobbers – Monday, Mar.23
Springfield News-Leader

MSU expands criminal justice program – Saturday, Mar. 21
The Marshfield Mail

Our Voice: Renner, Pratt and Patterson are best for school board race – Saturday, Mar. 21
Springfield News-Leader

OTC, MSU partner – Friday, Mar. 20
Branson Tri-Lakes News

MSU to offer criminal justice program in Lebanon – Friday, Mar. 20
Lebanon Daily Record

City, MSU receive high school education grants – Friday, Mar. 20
Springfield Business Journal

Hospitality program receives grant – Friday, Mar. 20
Missouri State News

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