The clouds will clear out today, and skies will be sunny. High will be 52.
Though tonight will remain clear, a slight chance of rain moves into the forecast tomorrow. Those chances dissipate by tomorrow night, though, and Wednesday is expected to start another string of clear days.
- News-Leader: OTC president blasts national report on dropouts. A national report by the American Institutes for Research shows that 18 percent of full-time, degree-seeking students at Ozarks Technical Community College did not return for a second year. But college president Hal Higdon and other have criticized the report for faulty analysis.
- OzarksFirst: Insurance rates up in Joplin. Homeowners will see insurance rates rise because of the May tornadoes and other natural disasters that led to insurance payouts.
- KY3: Salvation Army still short of campaign goal. The bell ringers have stopped, but the Salvation Army is still $150,000 short of its $1 million Tree of Life goal.
- KSPR: Nixa drawing new district boundaries for elementaries. With Thomas Elementary becoming a magnet school, the Nixa School District must create new boundaries to divide elementary students among the four remaining elementaries.
Filed under: Business, Charities, Disaster, Education, Nixa, OTC | Tagged: American Institutes for Research, Home insurance rates, Nixa School District elementary schools, Ozarks Technical Community College, President Hal Higdon, Salvation Army, Tree of Life |