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Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri was well represented during the 2024 Missouri State Youth of the Year competition, hosted April 2-3 in Jefferson City. Dottie Donatti, 19, and Samaya Butler, 11, enjoyed two days of fun activities, meeting with local legislators and an awards luncheon. more
A massive education bill that expands a private school scholarship program and opens up Boone County to charter schools squeaked out of the Missouri House and to the governor’s desk on Thursday, winning the bare minimum number of votes needed for passage. more
For the fifth year, Central Bank of Sedalia hosted a special program, Reality Check, for Smith-Cotton High School students. more
WARRENSBURG — The University of Central Missouri has launched a new online cannabis certificate training program after partnering with educator Green Flower. more
On Monday night, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hire of Holly Ladd as Sedalia 200 Food Service director. more
Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri recently received the Hero for Youth award from Boys & Girls Clubs of America for its advocacy on behalf of local children. more
A student with local ties was part of a team from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law that participated in an international competition. more
The State Fair Community College Student Art Exhibit opened Thursday, April 11, with an artist reception at the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art. more
Two board members were sworn in during the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, April 11. more
Smith-Cotton High School theatre students will present "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" this weekend with much improvisation and humor. more
The Smith-Cotton High School Constitutional Law team traveled to Columbia on Monday, April 8, to compete in the Show Me the Constitution competition, sponsored by the Missouri Bar. The team of Eleanor Holiway, Chris Boehm and Lauren Homan placed fourth. more
Four students from Smith-Cotton High School’s HOSA Chapter won first place in the statewide HOSA Anatomage Tournament. more
State Fair Community College’s Agriculture Program Director Brad Driskill was named a finalist for the Missouri FFA Golden Owl Award for his commitment and service as an agriculture educator. more
Each year, the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer program’s booster club funds its Mental Health Awareness grants through the annual Mental Health Awareness game. T-shirt sales, bracelet sales, admissions and donations help contribute to the MHA grant fund to provide mental wellness resources to Sedalia School District 200. Educators apply for funds to support a mental health program to benefit district students and staff members. more
Missouri Valley College in Marshall announced the 25 NAIA Scholar Athletes for the 2023-24 winter sports season. The students were spread across five separate sports programs. more
Voters elected an incumbent and a newcomer to the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees in the April 2 municipal election. more
Twenty-six students from Northwest High School (Pettis Co R-V) attended the 2024 Missouri Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Leadership Conference on March 17-19 at Margaritaville Lake Resort and Conference Center in Osage Beach. Almost 1,600 delegates from across the state represented more than 8,600 members of Missouri FCCLA. more
Missouri State Fair Director Jason Moore announced that 62 youth, selected from Missouri 4-H and FFA State Fair exhibitors, will be awarded scholarships by the Missouri State Fair and the Youth in Agriculture committee. These students are seeking higher education at a university/college of their choice and will be recognized on April 17 during the annual State FFA Convention in Columbia. more
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