Columbia’s Daily Dish, 01/27/2010
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Columbia launches campaign to counter recycling decline (CM) “Recycling has remained stagnant in Columbia for several years despite the city’s growing population. Officials in the Solid Waste Division hope to change that with an ambitious marketing campaign.”
Report: Boone County ranks 10th in children’s well-being (CM) “The Kids Count report looks at 10 key factors when reviewing data and uses six to determine a composite rank for the well-being of children for each county.”
Two ex-tax preparers sue H&R Block (CDT) “Two former tax preparers are suing H&R Block Inc., claiming the company’s practice of requiring tax preparers to complete 24 hours of unpaid training between tax seasons is a violation of federal law.”
Accrediting probation lifted for MU med school (CDT) “The University of Missouri School of Medicine has been awarded three years of accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, meaning the school is no longer on probation.”
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