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Embracing the Holiday Season: Self-Love, Family, and Giving

By Melesha Bailey, UniteNews Contributing Writer The holiday season is a time of year cherished by many, filled with warmth, love, and a sense of togetherness. It’s a time when families come together, reunite with friends, and communities unite to celebrate the spirit of giving. However, amid the joyful festivities,

Women’s Medical Respite: Fundraiser for unsheltered women

By Kimberly Berry, UniteNews Contributing Writer Springfield, MO— Women’s Medical Respite: Recuperative Care for medically fragile unsheltered women held their first annual fundraising celebration at Pythian Castle on November 11, 2023.  The theme for the event was “Rising Up to Build Healthy Lives.” Women’s Medical Respite was established in 2015

Use AI (Artificial Intelligence) as a Robotic Arm

By Heather Noggle, UniteNews Contributing Writer Chat GPT’s been dominating the news for almost a year. AI this, AI that. Just what even IS AI? AI stands for artificial intelligence, and computer gurus have been searching for it to be implemented since I was in junior high school eating Peanut

How Important Is Your Child’s School Attendance?

By Gwen Marshall, UniteNews Contributing Writer Research has shown that your child’s regular attendance may be the greatest factor influence in his or her academic success. By attending class regularly, your child is more likely to keep up with daily lessons and assignments and take quizzes and tests on time.

Prepare for a New Year and a more empowered you

By Nicki Donnelson UniteNews Contributing Writer Building on your talents and getting better at your job is a way to improve your ultimate quality of life. You may increase your salary by improving your skills, showing leadership and gaining new credentials. Why not make it your New Year’s resolution to

Ancestral Land of the Osage

Written by: Whitney Mosley, Education Manager, History Museum on the Square For around 250 years, the Osage made the Ozarks their home. They were the most prevalent indigenous group in Missouri and made an important impact on the state’s history. The Osage people call themselves the Wazhazhe, meaning “people of

December is Full of Holiday Fun at the Library

Visit the Holiday Store Where Kids Can Afford to Shop! Kids love giving holiday gifts that they’ve bought all by themselves, and they can find the perfect gifts – and kid-friendly prices – for family, friends and teachers at the Library’s annual Holiday Store December 2 – 10. Join us

Sade Shine stars in a tribute to the Queens of Soul

BRANSON, MO – Get ready for a soulful extravaganza that will take you on a journey through the incredible lives and music of some of the greatest vocalists of all time! “Queens of Soul” is the latest and most highly anticipated show in Branson, and it’s set to grace the

A Guide to Disputing a Credit Report

By Mahalia Boyd, UniteNews Contributing Writer   This is just what you need to add to your, “To Do List.” By regularly checking your credit bureau report, you can monitor your financial health and overall well-being. Your credit report serves as a comprehensive record of your credit history. It is

How Parents Can Help Overcome the Pandemic Learning Loss

By Gwen Marshall, UniteNews Contributing Writer   The years of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the disruption of learning is coming into focus and the picture is sobering.  We are looking at national statistics that indicate that COVID-19 has left us with some serious educational gaps.  According to

Embracing the Holiday Season: Self-Love, Family, and Giving

By Melesha Bailey, UniteNews Contributing Writer The holiday season is a time of year cherished by many, filled with warmth, love, and a sense of togetherness. It’s a time when families come together, reunite with friends, and communities unite to celebrate the spirit of giving. However, amid the joyful festivities,

Women’s Medical Respite: Fundraiser for unsheltered women

By Kimberly Berry, UniteNews Contributing Writer Springfield, MO— Women’s Medical Respite: Recuperative Care for medically fragile unsheltered women held their first annual fundraising celebration at Pythian Castle on November 11, 2023.  The theme for the event was “Rising Up to Build Healthy Lives.” Women’s Medical Respite was established in 2015

Use AI (Artificial Intelligence) as a Robotic Arm

By Heather Noggle, UniteNews Contributing Writer Chat GPT’s been dominating the news for almost a year. AI this, AI that. Just what even IS AI? AI stands for artificial intelligence, and computer gurus have been searching for it to be implemented since I was in junior high school eating Peanut

How Important Is Your Child’s School Attendance?

By Gwen Marshall, UniteNews Contributing Writer Research has shown that your child’s regular attendance may be the greatest factor influence in his or her academic success. By attending class regularly, your child is more likely to keep up with daily lessons and assignments and take quizzes and tests on time.

Prepare for a New Year and a more empowered you

By Nicki Donnelson UniteNews Contributing Writer Building on your talents and getting better at your job is a way to improve your ultimate quality of life. You may increase your salary by improving your skills, showing leadership and gaining new credentials. Why not make it your New Year’s resolution to

Ancestral Land of the Osage

Written by: Whitney Mosley, Education Manager, History Museum on the Square For around 250 years, the Osage made the Ozarks their home. They were the most prevalent indigenous group in Missouri and made an important impact on the state’s history. The Osage people call themselves the Wazhazhe, meaning “people of

December is Full of Holiday Fun at the Library

Visit the Holiday Store Where Kids Can Afford to Shop! Kids love giving holiday gifts that they’ve bought all by themselves, and they can find the perfect gifts – and kid-friendly prices – for family, friends and teachers at the Library’s annual Holiday Store December 2 – 10. Join us

Sade Shine stars in a tribute to the Queens of Soul

BRANSON, MO – Get ready for a soulful extravaganza that will take you on a journey through the incredible lives and music of some of the greatest vocalists of all time! “Queens of Soul” is the latest and most highly anticipated show in Branson, and it’s set to grace the

A Guide to Disputing a Credit Report

By Mahalia Boyd, UniteNews Contributing Writer   This is just what you need to add to your, “To Do List.” By regularly checking your credit bureau report, you can monitor your financial health and overall well-being. Your credit report serves as a comprehensive record of your credit history. It is

How Parents Can Help Overcome the Pandemic Learning Loss

By Gwen Marshall, UniteNews Contributing Writer   The years of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the disruption of learning is coming into focus and the picture is sobering.  We are looking at national statistics that indicate that COVID-19 has left us with some serious educational gaps.  According to