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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
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
Two Sedalia School District 200 employees have been recognized for their passion for helping students succeed. On Feb. 26, the Sedalia School District 200 celebrated its annual Outstanding … more
An unlikely camaraderie of a flightless goose, a narcoleptic chipmunk, a blues-loving moose along with a badger who wants to play for the NFL is the perfect combination to bring smiles and laughter … more
On Thursday, the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees met at the Thompson Conference Center for a special meeting to approve a resolution for a lease purchase with J. Higdon Potter … more
This year, Smith-Cotton seniors participating in the Grad Walk program will record their speeches by video due to COVID restrictions.  The program involves groups of seniors giving … more
A Smith-Cotton senior has been selected for the Missouri All-State Honor Choir.  It was announced this week that McCade Curry was selected for the group. Curry said he is excited to have … more
Many local schools have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the impact doesn’t stop at K-12 schools.  According to State Fair Community College Marketing and Communications … more
Sgt. Major probably isn’t going to be happy with this one, and he told me so from the start. Command Sgt. Major Randall Woods, who is in his 20th year as a JROTC instructor at Smith-Cotton … more
This week is Paraprofessional Appreciation Week at the Sedalia School District 200.  Paraprofessionals are educational workers who assist with teaching, either by helping a specific student … more
Keegan Vosmith, a senior in the Cole Camp R-1 School District, received an honorable mention for the 2021 Missouri Scholars 100.  According to a news release, the Missouri Scholars 100 … more
An incumbent and a newcomer were elected to the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education in Tuesday’s municipal election. Incumbent Matthew Herren retained his seat and Sam Kempton was … more
For more than a decade, a local group of community members has been making monthly donations to Washington Elementary School. The Thompson Hills Board of Directors is one of three business … more
After housing honors students and then offering storage space over the last three decades, the Lamm House on the State Fair Community College campus is slated for demolition. The Lamm House is the … more
The newest member of the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees is excited to be involved with his alma mater. During the SFCC Board of Trustees meeting March 26, Tim Carr was chosen to … more
With only a few days until Easter, students at Washington Elementary enjoyed an “EGGSplosion” during recess Wednesday thanks to employees from Stanley Black & Decker in … more
Bob Satnan, Communications Director for Sedalia School District 200, has been named the Missouri School Public Relations Association’s (MOSPRA) 2021 Professional of the Year.  According … more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education focused on COVID-19 discussions during Monday night’s meeting at Smith-Cotton High School. According to Assistant Superintendent Jason … more
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