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Alro Steel donates $100,000 to SFCC’s capital campaign
The State Fair Community College Foundation has received $100,000 from Alro Steel for its Stronger Workforce, Greater Community capital campaign to fund the Olen Howard Workforce Innovation Center. …
Missouri State Spring 2022 Dean's List
Each semester, students at Missouri State University who attain academic excellence are named to the dean's list. For undergraduate students, criteria include enrollment in at least 12 credit hours …
Attorney joins Dull & Heany Law Firm
Jeff Dull and Jason Heany at the Law Offices of Dull & Heany would like to announce an addition to their firm with attorney Kent Harding who is accepting appointments out of their Sedalia …
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Local Briefs June 25

Mid-Missouri Artists June 30 Program:  “Fused Glass and Mixed Media Art" Canceled The June 30 Mid-Missouri Artists program “Fused Glass and Mixed Media Art” has been …

Crash Reports June 25

Chilhowee woman injured in Johnson accident Krystal M. Aita, 37, of Chilhowee, sustained moderate injuries at 8:59 a.m. Thursday in a Johnson County accident. According to a Missouri State …

Police Reports June 25

This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each …

Boonslick Regional Library popular books June 25

  Boonslick Regional Library Fiction “Aunt Dimity and the Enchanted Cottage,” by Nancy Atherton. “Book of Night,” by Holly Black. “Clive …
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Smithton, Sacred Heart play to classic in Kaysinger Conference Tournament semifinal

The second Kaysinger Boys Basketball Tournament semifinal Tuesday night at State Fair Community College may have only left Sacred Heart let down. Smithton's 56-55 win over the Gremlins had the …

Kansas City passes World Cup audition in U.S. draw

The biggest headline that came out of the United States Men’s National Team’s 3-0 win over Morocco on June 1 in Cincinnati was captain Christian Pulisic's critique of fan support. A …

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Bothwell Regional Health Center expands medical team at Warsaw clinic

Jaime Reed, PA-C, has joined the Bothwell Health Center-Truman Lake team in Warsaw. Reed recently retired from the U.S. Air Force after serving nearly 25 years. He received a bachelor’s …

Nucor sponsors S-C junior high students

On June 2, Sedalia School District 200 announced a partnership with Nucor Steel Sedalia that will provide a system of outreach and support for select Smith-Cotton Junior High …

License Office to close for Juneteenth holiday

The Sedalia License Office in the Thompson Hills Shopping Center will be closed Monday, June 20 to observe Juneteenth Day. The office will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday, June 21.

Hospice Care Center partners with Promedica

On Monday, Heartland Hospice reopened as part of Promedica Senior Care and hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 150 S. Limit Ave. Suite 400.  Hospice care is specialized care that focuses on …

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Crash Reports June 18

Warsaw woman injured in Benton accident Michaela Pearcy, 25, of Warsaw, sustained moderate injuries at 9 a.m. Thursday in a Benton County accident. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol …

Police Reports June 18

This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each …

Crash Reports June 17

Hughesville team in serious condition after Pettis crash Ty P. Hart, 19, of Hughesville, sustained serious injuries at 9:55 p.m. Wednesday in a Pettis County accident.  According to a …

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Saying goodbye to the Sedalia 200

As I work through my final days as superintendent of Sedalia School District 200, I have been focused on what is ahead and how our community can help forge a positive path for our students, staff and …

The power of a photograph

My paternal grandmother would have been 92 this week.  She was a beautiful old woman with curly white hair, piercing blue eyes, and a sly, puckering smile that she passed on to her sons and …

Putting feelings aside for joyful time

What a week. I’m still watching the January 6 hearings, and I am still sad – and angry – about what I am hearing, and not just because the insurrection happened.  I am sad …
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After years of planning and work, Bothwell Regional Health Center will see its first two resident physicians join the medical team in July. Brittany Pendergraft and Levi Harris will be the first …
In the rapidly evolving world of cancer treatment, Bothwell Regional Health Center patients have access to some of the most advanced testing available.  Bothwell has recently begun working …
Thanks to Burrell Behavioral Health’s partnership with Bothwell Regional Health Center and a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health …
Getting a haircut is a mundane occurrence for most people — just another task on the to-do list. However, getting a haircut can be a powerful means of helping someone in need.  Annette …
Mary Hamline used to plan her day around how fast she could find a restroom. Hamline, 75, suffered for nearly four years from an overactive bladder, and its most common symptom of the sudden need or …
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