Culver-Stockton College

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A rare opportunity can be experienced for the next month at two of the region's art galleries.

The new president of Culver-Stockton College says she's excited for the opportunity to lead the institution in Canton, Mo.

One local college can no longer accept on-campus students for the upcoming school year.

One of the region's colleges is facing some unexpected challenges, thanks to a problem other colleges would do anything to have.

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Culver-Stockton College has reached another milestone with the selection of its new president.

Culver-Stockton College continues to see growth in its online learning capabilities.

The northeast Missouri school says online enrollment is up 30% this semester, compared to Spring 2013.

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Our first thought when we see a vacant, run-down property is usually "what a dump."  There are times, though, when it should be "I wonder what is inside."

Culver-Stockton College is confident a nearly $4-million infrastructure overhaul will have a positive impact on both the environment and the college's bottom line.

Residents of northeast Missouri and southeast Iowa had front row seats to see the judicial branch in action, in recent weeks, as part of an effort to open up the legal system to the public.

C-SC President to Retire in 2014

Nov 16, 2013

Culver-Stockton College President Dick Valentine says he will retire, effective June 30, 2014.

A northeast Missouri college will spend the next few months celebrating a milestone while continuing to prepare for the future.

Culver-Stockton College is looking for help in improving its campus and stabilizing its future.

President Dick Valentine says it has been 21 years since C-SC conducted a capital campaign. 

He says the timing is right based on the amount of work to do around its campus in Canton, MO.

The Board of Trustees agreed to begin the “silent” phase of the capital campaign last year.  The result has been more than $8-million dollars raised.

Valentine says that leaves roughly $2-million to raise over the next two years.

Jason Parrott traveled to three regional art galleries for this week’s program to spotlight current exhibits and to preview the year ahead.

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Brian Riggs is the Executive Director for the Fort Madison Area Arts Association.

He says 2012 is starting out as it has for years with the annual Budding Artists Showcase.

The show features more than 100 pieces from elementary and middle school students from Central Lee, Fort Madison, and Holy Trinity.