Schools Officials and Community Address Social Media Controversy
NSN spoke with Jefferson City High School administration and community leaders about the recent social media that incited racial tensions.
South Callaway and Jefferson City High Schools prep for popular musicals Little Shop of Horrors and Seussical the Musical.
Both reporting teams decided to tackle hard news stories for their first assignments from current events half way around the world in Korea to local outrage over a social media post by area high school students.
The 2017-18 academic year began with Jay City News being re-branded as Nichols Student News. This was a result of the Broadcast Media program of study now being administered under the Nichols Career Center umbrella. This allows for the class to now accept students from all eleven schools in the consortium. We are proud to have students from South Callaway, Fatima, and Jefferson City high schools enrolled in the class this year. Stayed tuned for new stories that will continue to be posted every 2-3 weeks. You can also view stories from former years on the Archives page.
Korean veterans share experiences
Mid Missouri Korean veterans and a local museum curator share their thoughts on the 1950's conflict and current tensions in the region.
Nichols Student News
Helias Athletic Complex
Helias Catholic High School begins school year with new football, soccer, track and tennis athletic complex. Staff and students share their enthusiasm for the new sports venue.
News from a student's view.