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We invite readers to submit photos for “Community Snapshot,” which features images of local residents and events. Images must be current, in JPEG format and must be the property of the person submitting the photo. Please include your name, city and a contact telephone number with your submis…

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Keaton Denney, a senior at Central Methodist University in Fayette, will soon travel with the Chorale Singers as the group embarks on its annual tour.

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The following students were recently named to the Lincoln R-2 Elementary Honor Roll for the first quarter of the 2019-2020 school year. 

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COLE CAMP — By now most Americans have heard of the Farm to Table movement where locally grown produce and other foods are produced and used by consumers locally. In Cole Camp, students have taken the concept one step further by growing food in their classroom for use in the school’s cafeteria.   

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The following students were recently named to the Smithton R-6 Honor Roll for the first quarter of the 2019-20 school year. 

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Sacred Heart School Gremlins got a boo-st on Halloween festivities with their annual costume parade and Halloween parties. The celebration of Halloween, or All Hallows' Eve, is the vigil of All Saints Day, which commemorates the dead in heaven. The occasion was instituted as a feast by Pope …

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The Sedalia School District 200 and Sedalia community lost a dedicated and caring administrator and teacher with the death of Brendan Eisenmenger on Friday.

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The State Fair Community College Marketing and Communications department has received the gold medal at the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District 5 conference for Marathon, the college’s magazine for friends and alumni of the college.

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The following students were recently named to the Lincoln R-2 Honor roll for the first quarter of the 2019-20 school year. 

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SMITHTON — Smithton R-VI High School students will present a play this week with themes centering on the circle of life and learning to appreciate what one has before it’s too late.

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The Sedalia School District 200 continues to see an increase in several areas of testing as reported during Monday night’s Board of Education meeting. 

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U.S. Air Force Airman Anthony J. Corona-Valdes graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

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Since his hiring at State Fair Community College two months ago, Vice President for Finance and Administration Keith Acuff is settling into his role while enjoying the work. 

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Members of the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees and administrators met Tuesday morning to host a board meeting and seek public input.  

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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Keegan M. King graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

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Students at the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative enjoyed a collection of autumn activities on Thursday on the school's playground during their Fall Day. The preschoolers walked through a hay bale maze, played pumpkin bowling, raked leaves and sampled foods including apples, corn on …

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Sacred Heart School recently honored its third class of inductees into the Sacred Heart School Hall of Fame on Sept 15. More than 130 guests from all over the country attended the ceremony. Honorees gathered for Mass at Sacred Heart Church followed by a reception at Sacred Heart School. The …

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If it is true that one person can make a difference, imagine what an entire student body can accomplish when they work together.

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Administrators at State Fair Community College have announced a series of public forums as a means to gain input as they move forward with developing the college’s strategic plan for the next five years.

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Sedalia School District 200 Superintendent Steve Triplett announced Sedalia Middle School Principal Brendan Eisenmenger has stepped down from his position. Triplett made the announcement during a meeting with SMS teachers and staff at the school Thursday afternoon.  

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Students who take the ACT Test will be given options beginning next year to help them achieve higher test scores.

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The University of Central Missouri’s School of Aviation is inviting alumni and friends of the university to join faculty, staff and students in celebrating its 50th anniversary next week.

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The following area students were recently named to the State Technical College of Missouri summer 2019 honor roll. 

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Following the groundbreaking ceremony for the Loftus Early Childhood Center Saturday morning on the grounds of Smith-Cotton High School, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education met Monday night to approve bids for groundwork for the center.

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In a ceremony befitting generations of children who will be served by the facility, the Sedalia School District 200 broke ground Saturday morning for the new $10.5 million Loftus Early Childhood Center.

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A fifth-grade project at Smithton Middle School has turned into a cross-curricular lesson on Mexican culture and honoring loved ones who have died.

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The University of Central Missouri’s School of Nursing is inviting alumni and friends of the university to join faculty, staff and students in celebrating its 60th anniversary this week.

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A Sedalia Middle School classroom became a home buyer’s workshop recently as math teacher Roxy Himes transformed her room into a real estate office.

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Students at State Fair Community College who plan to transfer to the University of Missouri-Columbia learned on Friday their path has become easier thanks to an articulation agreement signed by MU and community colleges throughout Missouri.  

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State Fair Community College will host 11 of Missouri’s annual free “FAFSA Frenzy” events at various locations. These events help college-bound students apply for financial aid.

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On Sept. 12, Sedalia Middle School students met their attendance incentive goal of 95% or higher attendance schoolwide for 10 days straight so they got to play a game of giant Angry Birds in the school gymnasium. Playing teachers versus students, the goal was to knock down as many pigs as th…