The Colonels sent a shock through the Scottrade Center, but it didn’t last long enough to pull of a major upset. Eastern went toe-to-toe with the No. 2 seed Kansas University Jayhawks in the second round of the NCAA tournament, but faded late in the game, finally falling 80-69.
Students venturing out to the library got a furry surprise in the Grand Reading Room on Tuesday. Spike, the therapy dog, and his trainer Steve Wilkins, spent a little more than two hours sitting by the room’s entrance.
While some newspapers are banking on the Internet and video to move their business into the 21st century, the Bozeman Daily Chronicle is taking a different tack: turning its police blotter into literature.
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Editorial Page Editor Brian Gallagher answers this reader question about the media showing dead bodies of Syrians. The reader also questions whether we would show the bodies of Americans in the same way.
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