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University considers big boost to online news startup 

BY: Karen Craigo, Reporter 
Posted 10/12/21

Missouri State’s board will consider providing free rent, utilities and furnishings to Springfield Daily Citizen. 

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Wayne Humbyrd

Tells you everything you need to know about “The Daily Citizen”. The last thing we need is another democrat party propaganda outket!

Tuesday, October 12
Molly Rothert

So excited to have more local journalism focused on the people! Since the takeover of news by a handful of corporations, we have lacked true coverage of the issues that affect us most. I was once a subscriber to the daily, then weekly, newspaper here in town. I look forward to once again receiving daily news about issues affecting the lives of the people around me. Hopefully more voices being heard will result in a better life for ALL of us.

Friday, October 15
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