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Becky Triplett, of Sedalia, left, donated 12 inches of hair to Locks of Love. Bobby Garner, from The Gallery, was her stylist.
Smith-Cotton High School Principal Steve Triplett has been named assistant superintendent of Sedalia School District 200, filling the opening created when Brad Pollitt was selected to be the district’s next superintendent.
Mike Wright, the industrial technology instructor at Smith-Cotton High School, right, presents to Principal Steve Triplett on Friday, a guitar made with the help of students in the school's wood shop. This is Triplett's last year as principal; he has been promoted to assistant superintendent of Sedalia School District 200.
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.
Steve Triplett, the former Smith-Cotton Junior High principal and now principal at Smith-Cotton High School, gives a student directions to a classroom Thursday morning on the first day of school. Triplett replaces Martin White, who retired.
Smith-Cotton High School Principal Steve Triplett, left, congratulates Luke Rosendale on his graduation during Saturday’s commencement ceremony. Rosendale, who earlier in the day competed in the district track meet at Ozark, is still wearing his uniform socks.
A motor scooter struck a pickup truck, sending the motor scooter driver to the hospital, according to Sedalia Police Department reports.
Two people were injured in a three-car collision at 10:56 a.m. Thursday.
Rachel Walton receives her diploma from Smith-Cotton High School Principal Steve Triplett during commencement exercises for Smith-Cotton High School's Class of 2012 Saturday night at the Mathewson Exhibition Center.
Smith-Cotton Junior High School Principal Steve Triplett congratulates physical education teacher Connie Delph, who is retiring after 32 years, during the Sedalia Community Educators Association Spring Banquet Monday night at Smith Cotton High School.
Principal Steve Triplett, left, and Assistant Principal Gavin Miller dig in as they lead the Smith-Cotton High team to victory Friday in the pie-eating contest as part of the Key Club's chili cook-off event in the Media Center at the high school. Triplett, Miller, Goodson and Skaggs defeated the Sedalia Police Department team consisting of Detective Jill Green, Commander Larry Ward, Officer Aaron Berry and Officer Bill Chapman. The police team also served as judges for the chili cookoff, which was won by teacher Pam Reimund.
A Waverly woman died Monday in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 65 in Lafayette County, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported.
Smith-Cotton High School senior Dalton Christian has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College. Seated with him are his parents, Darrin and Susan Christian. Standing are S-C baseball coach Jeff Mays and S-C principal Steve Triplett.
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education voted to save the junior high athletic programs during their Monday night meeting at Smith-Cotton High School.
Smith-Cotton High School Principal Steve Triplett, right, and S-C Activities Director Rob Davis, center, join in a standing ovation for longtime S-C vocal music director Sandy Cordes, left, following her induction into the S-C Activities Hall of Fame on Thursday night in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Cordes was joined in Thursday’s honors by the late Mayor Bob Wasson as part of the inaugural class of the Activities Hall Of Fame.
The fate of seventh- and eighth-grade athletic programs will be decided upon by the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the media center at Smith-Cotton High School.
Smith-Cotton High School assistant principal Ted Suhr, right, introduces S-C Academic Hall of Fame inductee Dr. Diane Cordry Golden, center, as S-C principal Steve Triplett looks on during an induction ceremony Monday night in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Golden, a doctor of special education administration, along with Dr. Alan Braverman, Dr. William Woolery, and Dr. Andre Taylor, a doctor of chemical engineering, represent the inaugural class of the Academic Hall of Fame.
Smith-Cotton High School senior Ian Dotson on Friday signs his letter of intent to play baseball for Hannibal-LaGrange University in Hannibal. Seated with him are his grandfather, J.O. Dotson, and his mother, Marcella Dotson. Back, from left, are Smith-Cotton Activities Director Rob Davis, S-C Baseball Coach Jeff Mays, Hannibal-LaGrange Assistant Baseball Coach Blayne Murphy and S-C Principal Steve Triplett.
Inter-State Studios won the $5,000 grand prize in the raffle as part of the Project Graduation fundraiser last month, and turned around and donated the proceeds back to the graduation-night party effort ($2,000) and to Smith-Cotton High School ($3,000). Shown, from left, are Aric and Cindy Snyder of Inter-State Studios; senior Ryan Akin; Susan Estes, Project Graduation coordinator; seniors Tori Luyet and Alyssa Weikal; Aric Snyder Jr. and Dave Middleton of Inter-State; and Steve Triplett, principal at Smith-Cotton High School.
Inter-State Studios won the $5,000 grand prize in the raffle as part of the Project Graduation fundraiser last month, and turned around and donated the proceeds back to the graduation night party effort ($2,000) and to Smith-Cotton High School ($3,000). Shown, from left, are Aric and Cindy Snyder, of Inter-State Studios; senior Ryan Akin; Susan Estes, Project Graduation coordinator; seniors Tori Luyet and Alyssa Weikal; Aric Snyder Jr. and Dave Middleton, both of Inter-State; and Steve Triplett, Smith-Cotton High School principal.
The top musicians, thespians, JROTC cadets and debate participants in Smith-Cotton High School history soon will be in the spotlight again.
Smith-Cotton High School band students refuse to let their compatriots in Joplin go solo in efforts to rebuild the tornado-ravaged community’s music program.
The trash talk has begun.