Co-Mo Electric Cooperative will open the doors to its new Operations Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony prior to its annual meeting on May 23.
The deadline to apply for the Sedalia Business Women’s annual scholarships has been extended to May 15. The club offers scholarships to applicants who are re-entering the job market or training to improve job opportunities.
Caleb Sumner, of Sumner Insurance Agency in Sedalia, qualified for the 2013 Senior Marketing Specialist Advisory Council held last month in Las Vegas. The council is made up of the top agents among more than 8,500 agents who market senior insurance products.
Priya Ann Thomas, a 1995 graduate of Smith-Cotton High School, recently won the Employee of the Year Award from Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) in Fort Myers, Fla.
Fischer Concrete Services of Sedalia is offering a $250 scholarship at State Fair Community College to help foster a student’s career in the construction industry.
Lt. Vernon C. Dougan, of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, will be promoted to the rank of captain and designated director of the Information and Communications Technology Division at General Headquarters in Jefferson City.
Equity Bank announced the promotion of Liza O’Neal to branch manager of the bank’s Sedalia office at 920 Thompson Blvd.
Barbara Bremer, administrative assistant and the newest member of the Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County team, has received an economic development scholarship from Kansas City Power & Light to attend the upcoming Heartland Economic Development Course. The course started on Sunday and continues through Thursday.
The deadline to apply for the Sedalia Business Women’s annual scholarships is Monday.