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Smith-Cotton Junior High School principal Wade Norton roams the cafeteria during lunch duty Thursday and visits with students, some he has known since he was a principal at Skyline Elementary School. Norton was selected recently to succeed Steve Triplett as principal of Smith-Cotton High School. Triplett has been promoted to assistant superintendent of Sedalia School District 200.
Vickie and Bob Norton
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Norton, of Sedalia, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a reception, hosted by their children, on June 7 at Dickie Doo BBQ.
The Sedalia City Council selected Councilman Ken Norton to serve as mayor pro tem, and a new councilman was appointed to the vacant 1st Ward seat Monday night in City Hall.
Heber Hunt Elementary School Principal Wade Norton greets his students every morning as they get off the bus.
Ken Norton, of Sedalia, made a hole-in-one Tuesday on the 17th hole at Sedalia Country Club.
Ken Norton is a candidate for Sedalia City Council.
I am running for City Council for a number of reasons. First and foremost, Sedalia is my home. I have worked and lived in Sedalia for all of my life. My wife Debbie and I, as well as my two children, were educated in Sedalia and all are graduates of Smith-Cotton High School.
After its regular meeting Monday the Sedalia City Council celebrated Ken Norton and his 28 years as a Ward 4 councilman.
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.
Longtime Ward 4 Sedalia City Council member Ken Norton was narrowly defeated by challenger Larry Stevenson, and Pettis County Ambulance District Sub-District 4 Director Les Harrell fended off a challenge from Bill Griffith in Tuesday’s municipal election.
Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, Air Force Chief of Staff
Vickie Norton delivers cold drinks to customers at Dickie Doo Bar-B-Que, 4860 S. Limit Ave., in Sedalia. Norton has worked at the restaurant for 31 years.
Arissa Jackson, 12, pops a water-filled balloon across Heber Hunt filled balloon across Heber Hunt Principal Wade Norton’s back during a Tuesday afternoon water balloon fight for fifth-graders during the school’s end of the year field day.
Principal Wade Norton, third from left, leads students on a cemetery tour following the laying of flowers at Cotton’s grave.
Smith-Cotton Junior High School Principal Wade Norton, starting his third assignment as a principal for a Sedalia school, gives eighth-grader Jamie Franklin, 14, a pat on the shoulder while making the rounds Thursday morning before the first class bell rings. Franklin said he remembers when, as a kindergartner, he first met Norton when Norton was principal at Skyline Elementary School. Norton was previously principal at Heber Hunt Elementary School.
Heber Hunt Elementary Principal Bill Betteridge, left, presents a plaque to Wade Norton in honor of Norton's tenure as principal of the school in November at Heber Hunt. Norton now is principal of Smith-Cotton Junior High. Betteridge is this year's Distinguished Principal from the Central District of the Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals.
These people recently received divorces in Pettis County Circuit Court:
Joey Norton, 8, a third-grader at Horace Mann Elementary School, tries out the school's new playground equipment that was recently installed.
The third- through fifth-grades were treated to the outing Thursday at the bowling alley for all their hard work on the recent Missouri Assessment Program tests in April, said Wade Norton, the school’s principal.
In January, Wade Norton, principal of Smith-Cotton Junior High School, holds a framed Horace K. Turner Co. art reproduction produced in 1906. The Boston company specialized in creating quality reproductions of fine art for school decoration at the beginning of the 20th century. The art work is one of six that Norton has restored to the hallways of the school.