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Sedalia Visual Art Association is inviting the public to go along on a day trip to The Strawberry Hill Museum and Culture Center in the old Croatian neighborhood of downtown Kansas City, Kan., on June 1.
Their high school careers may be over, but a trio of Smith-Cotton Class of 2013 members will continue to work this summer on a project guaranteed to take them places.
Two women were injured in a vehicle accident at 11:50 a.m. Friday in Benton County.
Carol Ackerman, Linda Hodge and Nancy Romig visited Fort Walton Beach, Fla., in early May. They took along a copy of the Sedalia Democrat and had their photo taken on the beach.
This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. The information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each case.
Legacy, a therapy dog, was such a hit with the La Monte students that the student council organized a three-week school fundraiser, Pennies for Paws, to help a Sedalia elementary school student with autism acquire a therapy dog. The council members are, from left, front row, Victoria Stratton, Sarah Weber, Saraih Navarro, Sydney Joy, Destiny Moore and Johanna Arroyo. In the back row, from left, are Nicole Stratton, school counselor; Emma Lazenby; Alicia Davis; Tanner Martin; Natalie Cumpton; Cole Cave; and Zach Weber. In the center is Legacy.
At the end of a class period, students are allowed to gather around and pet Legacy.
Third-graders Sydney Joy, left, and Logan Mahin, are their class’s “rock stars” for the week and earn the privilege of taking turns reading to and brushing Legacy, the therapy dog. In the background, school counselor Nicole Stratton gets the rest of the kids involved in writing creative thank-you letters to the school’s cooks. Stratton visits each class once a week with Legacy to conduct lessons in character building.
I’m probably going to wind up like King Lear roaring into the wind, but I’ve just got to speak my piece about secondhand smoke. After three decades of being constantly bombarded with propaganda detailing how horrible secondhand smoke is, it may be hard to look at another side. But look I did and I was surprised at what I found.