COLUMBIA, 5/2/16 (Beat Byte) --
"You're not gonna Melissa Click me, mother fucker! Get outta here."
The recipient of a scolding that turns "Melissa Click" into a verb could only be
, back with
, this time featuring protestors outside Columbia's Planned Parenthood headquarters (
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"You did a disgusting thing," the protestor tells Schierbecker, a Mizzou student turned digital videographer. "You made a problem out of nothing with the Melissa Click thing. I don't have any use for you. Go fuck yourself."
COLUMBIA, 4/28/16 (Beat Byte) --
A Mizzou graduate student named to a university free speech panel in the wake of last year's racially-charged unrest has written an explosive condemnation of the organization behind it,
Eleven (11) students arose in the name of us all
, garnered widespread attention as THE movement, while not allowing critique or alliance," she wrote. "Student leaders have since been divided, polarized, and consumed by the stress."
Woods urged friends and readers to share her thoughts "all you'd like!"
"It's really time to get the word out on this. Most people don't know and have no idea
, a ...
COLUMBIA, 4/27/16 (Beat Byte) -- Zim Schwartze
, the former Columbia police captain and emergency management director whose termination by city manager
prompted a lawsuit, has been named Missouri 911 Director of the Year.
A 20-year Columbia police department (CPD) veteran, Schwartze became the Springfield-Greene County 911 Emergency Communications Director in 2013.
The Association of Public Safety Communications Officials, National Emergency Number Association, and
Missouri 9-1-1 Directors Association
named Schwartze this year's honoree at the Missouri Public Safety Communications Conference in Columbia.
honored and humbled
to be the director of such an amazing administrative team and telecommunicators that serve our citizens,” she s...