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The next principal of Smith-Cotton Junior High School, Jason Curry, who is currently the school's assistant principal, shares a laugh with students, from left, Marilyn Ream and Shelly Raines, who act embarrassed because they think they might be in the newspaper. This week was Spirit Week at the school, hence the Big Bird costume.
Smith-Cotton's Bailey Curry prepares to serve against Helias in the first set Monday night.
Jammie and Justin Curry, of Sedalia, became the parents of a daughter, Sophia Mariah, born Oct. 10, 2011, at Fitzgibbon Hospital in Marshall. She weighed 5 pounds, 15 ounces. The maternal grandmother is Pam Vanatti, of DeWitt. The maternal great-grandparents are Carl and Helen Davis, of DeWitt. The paternal grandparents are Jim and Jeanne Curry, of Sedalia. The paternal great-grandmother is Geneva Gottschalk, of Sedalia.
Ryan Wright and Cierra Curry
Fred and Cheryl Curry, of Otterville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Cierra C. Curry, of Sedalia, to Ryan M. Wright, of Sedalia.
Jeanne and Jim Curry
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Curry, of Sedalia, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. July 6 at Stoney Ridge Village.
Dana and Paul Curry, of Sedalia, became the parents of a son, Rylon Robert Edward, born May 30, 2008, at Bothwell Regional Health Center. He weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces.
Nikki Bale and Fredrick Curry Jr., of Cole Camp, became the parents of a daughter, Whitney Lynn, born Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2008, at Bothwell Regional Health Center. She weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces.
Rock Curry, of Sacred Heart, had two hits including a three-run go-ahead homer in the fifth inning and finished with five RBIs on April 26 in the Gremlins’ 10-5 win over Lincoln.
Josh and Renee Paschall
Renee L. Curry and Josh Paschall, both of Pleasant Hill, were married at 7 p.m. Sept. 15, 2007, at Wood Dale Farm in Sedalia.
Bernard L. Curry
Bernard Louis “Bernie” Curry, 74, of Raytown, formerly of Sedalia, died Friday, Jan. 4, 2008, at Pleasant Hill Health and Rehab Center in Pleasant Hil.
B.J. Curry, of Sedalia, shot a 1-under 71 Wednesday to win the Missouri Golf Association Senior Amateur Championship.
Charles Thomas Curry, of Sedalia, celebrated his 80th birthday with a family dinner, held by his daughter, on Saturday.
Thelma L. Curry, of Sedalia, celebrated her 80th birthday with a surprise party, held by her children and grandchildren, on Saturday at Union Savings Bank.
Austin Ridgway, left, of Lincoln, and Rock Curry, a 2012 graduate of Sacred Heart School, played in the fourth annual Lions Club West Central Missouri Senior All-Star Baseball Game held June 30 at Crane Stadium in Warrensburg.
Sacred Heart's Rock Curry scores on a passed ball in a game against Windsor in April. Windsor's Trevor Warlen, right, rushes in to make a play. At bat, center, is Chris Pottorff.
“This year when we needed a hit in a close game, there was no one I’d rather have up there than him,” Sacred Heart baseball coach Steve Goodwin said in a phone interview on Wednesday following this spring’s 14-4 campaign.
(NewsUSA) - What would you rather have? Analysts and fans micro-focusing on mundane, soul-draining considerations, like whether LeBron James should compete in next year's dunk contest, or truly great basketball games?
A Smith-Cotton High School alumnus who “bleeds black and gold” will be the school’s next principal, while S-C Junior High School students will see a familiar face move into that building’s top leadership position.