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Darryl Chatman speaks with Sen. Brian Munzlinger after his confirmation hearing March 8, 2017. (Travis Zimpfer/THE MISSOURI TIMES)

Senate holds confirmation hearing for new UM curators

Senate holds confirmation hearing for new UM curators

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Three prospective University of Missouri System Curators answered questions from the Senate Gubernatorial Appointments Committee, who continued to express their concerns with the state’s public higher education institution. Gov. Eric Greitens named Darryl Chatman, Jamie Farmer, and Jeff Layman to the board last month, and did so with the desire to

Gov. Eric Greitens announces his pick for the new COO. PHOTO/THE MISSOURI TIMES - BEN PETERS

Greitens taps Layman, Farmer and Chatman to become new MU Curators

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Eric Greitens submitted three names for the Missouri Board of Curators to the Senate for confirmation Wednesday morning. Darryl Chatman, Jamie Farmer, and Jeff Layman will replace outgoing curators Donald Cupps and Pamela Henrickson, whose terms have expired. Gov. Jay Nixon’s last appointee to the board, Jon Sundvold – made in

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UM Curators meet behind closed doors for four hours, disclose nothing on Loftin

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The University of Missouri Board of Curators met Wednesday in a hastily called special meeting behind closed doors in an executive session that lasted for just over four hours as rumors swirled around campus and the state that they were set to fire Mizzou Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin at the urging of

UM hiring new government relations director amid criticisms

COLUMBIA, Mo. — The University of Missouri System is seeking a new face to run their state government relations department, as their relationship with state lawmakers grows increasingly testy. UM unwittingly found themselves at odds with state lawmakers when the Planned Parenthood facility in Columbia resumed surgical abortion services several years after ending the program.

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Woody Cozad: Missouri conservative

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Although John “Woody” Cozad has never served as an elected official in the state capacity, the lawyer and lobbyist from Kansas City may be the quintessential Missouri conservative based on his beliefs, his actions and his enthusiasm for the Republican party, which he still has even though he’s only 70. “When I

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Steelman begins assessing University of Missouri system

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — When Governor Jay Nixon appointed his opponent in his first successful statewide office to the University of Missouri System Board of Curators, it left many scratching their heads, but in short order David Steelman is already proving to be an asset to the university. Steelman, one of Missouri’s leading statesmen, has

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