February 10, 1994
• The students at Tarkio R-I have a new way of gathering information at their disposal. In the Tarkio High School Library, there is now a computer that is linked through a modem to Owens Library on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. To access Owens Library, one of its telephone numbers is dialed and is sent via the telephone lines. Owens Library has several lines for the 22 schools in this network that access the card catalog. The Tarkio school gets a charge similar to that of a telphone call each time the Owens Library is accessed via the computer.
February 6, 1969
• There are 31 sets of brothers attending the College of Agriculture at the University of Missouri, Columbia, and two sets are from Tarkio. They are Larry W. and Steven M. Irvine, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Irvine, and Alan M. and Stephen L. Volker, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Volker. It is interesting to note that all of the brothers but one set are from Missouri.
• All Tarkio High School students and faculty gathered in the auditorium on January 30, 5th hour, to hear a young talented group from Tarkio College called The Young Folk. The group consisted of Terri Siegel, Jane Rice, Terry Hagedorn, Pat Gilbert, Can Duggan, and John Hill, with Pete Jacobus and Bill Hodgson on guitar. The Young Folk received a standing ovation at the end.
February 11, 1944
• The Tarkio College Artist Course will present May Barron, American mezzo-soprano, Monday night, February 14, at 8:15 o’clock at Rankin Hall. This will be the first musical program on this year’s series. Miss Barron sang with the San Carlo and Manhattan Opera companies, studied opera in Europe, had a successful tour of Mexico, and has been with the Chicago Opera company for the past eight years.