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Around 150 art pieces are gracing the lobby of the Lamy's Building, work created by members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri. more
Five candidates are vying for a seat on the Pettis County R-V (Northwest) School District Board of Education. more
Six individuals are running for the La Monte R-IV School District Board of Education. more
Smith-Cotton High School theater students will present their annual Theatre for a Cause production on Friday night, March 3, with proceeds going toward the Community Café. more
Five candidates are contending for the Green Ridge R-8 School District Board of Education. more
Theatre students will take the stage by storm as they present Shakespeare's "The Tempest" this weekend and next at State Fair Community College. more
The Sedalia School District 200 announced Tuesday, Feb. 28 the promotion of three district employees to new leadership roles. more
Four candidates are vying for three seats on the Smithton R-VI School District Board of Education in the April 4 municipal election. more
SMITHTON — Students and members from four Pettis County FFA chapters gathered Tuesday morning, Feb. 28 at Smithton R-VI School to assemble meal packs for those in need. more
In one of the most contested elections in the Pettis County municipal election on April 4, four candidates will be contending for three seats on the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education. more
The Sedalia Community Educators Association named an elementary teacher and a high school security officer as the 2022-23 Outstanding Educator and Outstanding Associate for Sedalia School District 200. more
On Tuesday night, Feb. 23, the Sedalia Community Educators’ Association hosted a Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education candidate forum. more
WARRENSBURG — Greek mythology will take center stage as University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance and UCM Music present “Eurydice” this week. more
This year’s Sacred Heart Teacher of the Year has a long history of helping students of all ages and abilities reach their full potential. more
On Feb. 15, State Fair Community College announced the hiring of a new Agriculture Director after making plans to expand the agriculture program. more
WARRENSBURG — After a hiatus for several years, the University of Central Missouri Dance Club is bringing Dancing with the Professors back to campus. more
Robotics teams from Knob Noster and Warrensburg saw success at a competition earlier this month. more
The Community Cafe has seen some positive changes during the school year, including more student participation and grant funding. more
On Tuesday, Smith-Cotton High School’s anatomy and pottery classes became one to teach and sculpt an anatomically correct heart. more
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