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WARRENSBURG — Gov. Mike Parson led a discussion on education and workforce development Wednesday, Feb. 16 at the University of Central Missouri.  The discussion included members of UCM … more
A chance encounter with a homeless teen living in his car spurred a local woman to do something about the hundreds of homeless young people in the Sedalia community. Sharyn Fante-Hession, of … more
On Tuesday afternoon, a new augmented reality table was introduced in the Smithton R-VI School District to future educate students. The AR table is built from wood with sand placed in the table … more
The Sedalia Police Department announced it has recently received numerous complaints from both citizens and Sedalia School Resource Officers in reference to speeding vehicles in school … more
During the month of February, people across the country are honoring different people, events or buildings for Black History Month. Smith-Cotton High School is honoring C.C. Hubbard High School, … more
On Thursday evening, Citizens For Transparency PAC hosted a forum for Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education candidates in the Sedalia City Council chambers.  Four candidates will be … more
Feb. 7-11 marks National School Counseling Week and the Sedalia School District 200 is spotlighting district counselors.  The week is sponsored by the American School Counselor Association, … more
Smith-Cotton High School AP Language and Composition junior and senior students presented research topics based on Sedalia history to a panel of judges Tuesday morning.  The research topic … more
The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri will be starting a new literacy program thanks to a $24,000 grant from The Simmons First Foundation.  The literacy program, Story Scholars, … more
For the month of February, Smith-Cotton High School will be spotlighting the C.C. Hubbard High School.  Before changing the name to C.C. Hubbard, the school was originally Lincoln High School … more
On Monday evening, the last of the five presidential sessions occurred for the semi-finalist candidates to visit with the public, staff, and students of State Fair Community College in a public … more
Friday, the Kaysinger Art Show was set in the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center at State Fair Community College. “The Kaysinger Art contest has been going on for about 20 years, it’s … more
The last president session of the week happened Friday afternoon, the fourth of five presidential semi-finalist candidates to visit with the public, staff, and students of State Fair Community … more
On Thursday, the regular State Fair Community College Board of Trustees meeting was moved to an online forum.  The board meeting was moved in order to facilitate participation and attain a … more
On Wednesday afternoon, the third of five presidential semi-finalist candidates visited with the public, staff, and students of State Fair Community College in a public forum.  The college … more
On Tuesday, it was announced that Sedalia School District 200 Superintendent Steve Triplett will retire effective June 30, 2022.  Triplett has been the superintendent for the last three years … more
On Aug. 4, 2020, the Howe family lost their 16-year-old son Jacob Howe to an accidental overdose but Jacob’s mother, Susie Howe, is taking her experience of loss to help educate Sedalia School … more
On Monday night, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education met at the Heckart Performing Arts Center to provide a COVID-19 update and some changes the members are considering for employees … more
On Monday afternoon, the second of five presidential semi-finalist candidates visited with students, staff, and the public. The college began seeking a new president after current SFCC President … more
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