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Homecomings are typically times of reflection. For Arthur W. Seabury Jr., a 1975 graduate of Smith-Cotton High School, the return to his alma mater Friday was that but also a message of hope for … more
As a staple of backyard barbecues and tailgating, it might be difficult to find someone who hasn’t picked up a cloth bag filled with dried corn while aiming it toward a hole cut into a game board. … more
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 … more
Genuine Country Music Association (GCMA) will host its eighth annual Classic Country Jamboree benefit at 2 p.m. Oct. 18 in the Exhibition Center at Lodge of Four Seasons, Lake Ozark. Doors will open … more
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 … more
Joanna Bachtel, of Knob Noster, graduated from Central Carolina Technical College during the Sept. 25 commencement exercises. more
State Fair Community College is accepting bids for the construction of the Olen Howard Workforce Innovation Center, with plans to break ground on the facility in November. The 38,500-square-foot … more
As a way to honor Sedalia School District 200 staff members who put the district’s mission statement into action and those who display exemplary effort in celebrating student success, … more
COLE CAMP — For the last few months, four homeschooled youth are working with a Cole Camp artist on a large painting that will soon hang in a local business.Anna Braun, 16, Maya MacLean, 16, Lille … more
State Fair Community College’s student honor society, Phi Theta Kappa, will host a voter registration drive from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Oct. 5 and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 6 in Yeater Center lobby … more
Traditions have meaning, but traditions can change and evolve. Change is what the students and administration at Smith-Cotton High School are experiencing as they plan for this year’s “Home Sweet … more
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 … more
It has been said, “home is where one starts from.” For the 2020 Sedalia School District Foundation Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, Arthur Seabury, Sedalia provided him his start as he … more
As school districts across the state developed plans for an in-person return to school, administrators knew their foodservice programs would be an area of concern.For districts with mask policies, … more
The State Fair Community College Board of Trustees discussed the progress of the Olen Howard Workforce Innovation Center during Thursday’s work session and meeting.On Dec. 3, Darlene Bradbury and … more
UCM’s Lifelong Learning Series will host the Nace Brothers at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29 at the First Christian Church, 101 E Gay St. in Warrensburg, for a musical performance titled, “Johnson … more
The State Fair Community College Theatre Arts program has delayed the performance of the comedy “Dearly Departed” that was scheduled for Oct. 7-11. The performance will now take place at 7:30 … more
From blueberries to buttons, strawberries, and mud, along with one cool cat’s help, several students took part in a sensory learning activity Wednesday afternoon at the Pettis County Early … more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education continued to address concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic during Monday evening’s meeting.Since in-person classes began Sept. 2, the district … more
Clara McCall, of Sedalia, recently received a master’s of arts from the University of Alabama during summer commencement. more
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