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Learning the art of kindness makes the world a better place, and Washington Elementary students are exploring that benefit this week during the school's Kids for Peace Great Kindness Challenge. more
WARRENSBURG — Earlier this month, the University of Central Missouri introduced two new exhibitions taking place at the UCM Art Center Gallery. “Empowered by Design,” an exhibition produced by Kansas State University Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture & Industrial Design Scott Barton, and “Second Nature,” which highlights the artistic processes of a Missouri sculptor, Gary Staab, both opened for viewing on Jan. 8 and are available until Feb. 1. more

Green Ridge R-12 suffered significant flooding after a copper pipe burst releasing a torrent of water overnight Monday.

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WARRENSBURG – As the freezing temperatures continue to affect the city of Warrensburg, some students and staff from the University of Central Missouri will seek refuge in Des Moines, Iowa. Although the temperatures more than 200 miles north will remain similar to those on the UCM campus, UCM Theatre and Dance is happy to make the trip as it prepares to perform at the 2024 Region V Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) in Des Moines. more

Representatives of the City of Sedalia, Pettis County commissioners, State Fair Community College, the Missouri State fairgrounds and MoDOT were gathered to address the need for an extension south from the roundabout on Winchester Drive to Sacajawea Road.

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Over the past few years, the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office has steadily grown its number of K-9 officers, and the trend toward more dogs is only getting hotter. more
Based in Marshall, the local AmeriCorps Seniors Foster Grandparent Program seeks volunteers to work with special needs students in Sedalia. more
A senior at Smith-Cotton is reaching for the stars and will accomplish that goal with his acceptance at Yale University. more
While many of their classmates were asleep, enjoying the first day of winter break, members of Sacred Heart High School’s National Honor Society were up early on a mission to provide healthy holiday meals. more
Adopting a child for Christmas through Sedalia School District 200 makes a difference not only in a child's life but also for those individuals and businesses who buy gifts for them during the holiday season. more
Sedalia lost one of its finest this past week with the death of Betty Hopkins, 93, on Monday, Dec. 11. Hopkins was known in the community as an educator, humanitarian, and international ambassador. more
Ronald W. Wineinger, 78, of Sedalia, died Friday, Dec. 15. Wineinger was a passionate educator with a 25-year tenure at State Fair Community College. His vision for the performing arts helped form the foundation for today's theater program. more
Principal Kelly McFatrich of Skyline Elementary knew something was afoot when special guests kept arriving for an end-of-day assembly Monday, Dec. 11. more
HOUSTONIA — For Northwest Elementary School in Houstonia, Christmas has come alive with abominable snowmen, Christmas trees, reindeer, lights and snowflakes, and the Jolly' ol Elf himself. more
Boonslick Regional Library's new Children's Librarian, Joni Spalding, is happy to return to Sedalia and end her career on a high note. She began her new position in October. more
Smith-Cotton High School teacher David Meyer loves science so much he creates innovative chemistry and physics labs for students. He has gone one step further by opening a science-themed coffee shop in Marshall. more
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library recently expanded its groundbreaking preschool literacy program throughout Missouri. more
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