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Sedalia Middle School teacher Kelsey Wilson's English Language Arts classroom had its third annual Zoo Day on Monday, April 26. The event is a celebration for students after they have formed opinions … more
WARRENSBURG — University of Central Missouri President Roger Best discussed expected changes to protocols and upcoming projects on campus with local media Tuesday, April 13.  The … more
Friday morning, teachers and school employees across the Sedalia School District 200 were treated to Thank You bags full of snacks courtesy of the Sedalia School District Foundation. Each bag … more
Staff and animals alike are all smiles at the Sedalia Animal Shelter after receiving a large donation of goods from local students last week. Smith-Cotton High School DECA Club, under the … more
The Sedalia Symphony Society has awarded the Harold J. Johnston Memorial Scholarships for 2021 to Madeline Allen and Breanna Derritt. Each will receive a $1,000 scholarship.  Allen will … more
More than a dozen Smith-Cotton High School students are participating in testing to earn the Seal of Biliteracy. The Seal of Biliteracy is a program that allows juniors and seniors to be certified … more
As a way to fill targeted teaching needs and reward hometown students who plan to become educators, Sedalia School District 200 has awarded two more scholarships under its Tiger Legacy … more
At Smith-Cotton High School, if a student needs dress clothes, all they have to do is go to the S-C Closet, a service project created by JAG students.  “It’s like a free closet, … more
In a closed session on Monday, April 19, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hires of Max Meigel as Sedalia 200 band director and Andrew Fischer as an assistant … more
Smith-Cotton JROTC students had the opportunity to ride in a Black Hawk helicopter flown by a Missouri National Guard crew from Whiteman Air Force Base on Monday morning. Over the course of about … more
Bursting with life and color, two student greenhouses feature an assortment of green-thumb talent blooming right in time for Mother’s Day. The State Fair Community College Horticultural Club … more
The Missouri Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at State Fair Community College will host, at no cost, a one-hour webinar on how to sell products online from noon to 1 p.m. June 1. Seating is … more
FCS Financial recently selected 34 recipients for its Scholarship Program who will each receive a $1,500 scholarship to assist with the cost of higher education.  Since 2004, more than … more
The State Fair Community College Board of Trustees heard a presentation about possible campus projects during a work session Thursday afternoon. SFCC Director of Building Management Justin … more
State Fair Community College theater students will explore what it’s like to go on a blind date with the performances of the musical “First Date.” When Aaron goes on a blind date … more
On Thursday, Sedalia firefighters visited the Pettis County Early Childhood Co-op to show students their gear and equipment.  “The Sedalia Fire Department came and they did a fire … more
In a classic who-done-it, Applewood Christian School drama students will present “The Crimson House Murder” this weekend. Director Katelynn Nevils, a former Applewood drama student, … more
An area FFA team placed in the recent state FFA competition. The Sweet Springs FFA chapter placed second in Livestock Judging. FFA Adviser Brent Niemeyer said it is a “tremendous … more
After serving for 21 years, Monday night’s meeting marked the last for Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education President Dr. Jeffrey Sharp. Sharp, who has served as president for the … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Two Pettis County Breckenridge Scholars were honored Tuesday, April, 6 at the Missouri Governor’s Mansion.  Caroline Beard, of Sedalia, has been chosen as the … more
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