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The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri’s Bold Vision, Bright Future Campaign received a boost in funding this month through a Missouri state budget allocation. The $1 million allocation will go to the construction of a 30,000-square-foot Teen Center to be located on Third Street across from the Katy Depot. more
Those wishing to learn more about and create a habitat for the struggling Monarch Butterfly visited Vermont Park on Saturday, June 29, to receive free milkweed plants and further their education. more
This week, children at Boonslick Regional Library in Sedalia have been treated to an art project featuring stunt kites by Missouri hobbyist George Blume. more
Young members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri received thoughtful and healthy information Wednesday, June 19, during the annual State Fair Community College Health Fair. more
A trio of formerly incarcerated Sedalia individuals have made positive, life-changing advances that will now benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri's Teen Center. The former arrestees have become unlikely allies for the campaign. more
WARRENSBURG – The Central Missouri Repertory Theatre at the University of Central Missouri is bringing the medieval fictional world of Camelot to life this summer with its production of “Guinevere and Lancelot.” more
SMITHTON — Jack Schroeder may be a 2024 Smithton R-VI High School graduate, but he has already published his first book. more
Smith-Cotton High School 2024 graduate Devyn Davis plans to pursue art as a career and has been working toward that goal for a few years. more
Nearly 500 students earned degrees from State Fair Community College this semester, and hundreds participated in the spring commencement ceremony Friday evening, May 17 at the Mathewson Exhibition Center. more
Sunday afternoon, May 19, 28 seniors entered the McGremlin Gym and took their seats for the 80th Sacred Heart School commencement exercise. more
SMITHTON — Smithton R-VI Elementary students worked diligently from November to May 1 to collect pop tabs, which will benefit the Ronald McDonald House. more
Last week, Gov. Mike Parson signed legislation to boost the minimum salary for teachers, incentivize five-day school weeks, increase support for early childhood education programs, and increase funding for small schools, among other provisions. more
The Smith-Cotton High School commencement exercises were held Saturday evening, May 11 at the Mathewson Exhibition Center. more
Whittier High School graduated 50 students Friday evening, May 10, with the encouragement of staff, administration, and special speaker and former student Maria Ubaldo Matacua. more
Although you won’t find Michael Wright teaching students these days, he’s still an educator at heart. more
On Monday, April 29, greenhouse doors opened for the annual State Fair Community College Horticulture Club Plant Sale. more
Former Whittier High School student William Kitarogers, 34, returned to the school on Thursday, April 25, to speak to students about the dangers of drugs and choosing the wrong friends and lifestyle. He noted that everyone needs to learn to control their own destiny. more
WARRENSBURG — Earlier this year, the University of Central Missouri Concert Choir had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to Europe to perform in the Baltic States of Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia. more
During the 2024 Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Legacy Awards ceremony on Thursday, April 25, Karl Kramer, of Overland Park, Kansas, and Ditzfeld Container and Trash Services of Sedalia were honored. more
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