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Missouri State University in Springfield awarded 574 degrees to students in summer 2023. more
Two Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Club Sites had the honor of being named Distinguished Club Gold Award winners during BGC’s staff and board celebration, hosted Sept. 15. more
On Saturday, Sept. 16, 17 Smith-Cotton High School juniors and seniors auditioned and were selected for the West Central Missouri Music Educators Association All-District Honor Choir. They move on to the All-State Choir auditions in October. more
For an unprecedented fifth time, Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri has been awarded multiple 21st Century Community Learning Center grants. Awarded through the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, the three highly competitive grants total more than $5 million over a five-year grant cycle. more
LA MONTE — At La Monte High School, Taylor Mankin teaches English, mythology, yearbook and journalism. Due to the popularity of Mankin’s classes, he had a number of promising students without enough work. more
WARRENSBURG – The University of Central Missouri, along with the Warrensburg community, celebrated the opening of the new Skyhaven Aviation Center at the Max. B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday afternoon, Sept. 8. more
Southern New Hampshire University announced the following area students have been named to the Summer 2023 president's list. The summer terms run from May to August. more
Aromas of tasty, home-cooked food are wafting down the hallways of Sedalia School District 200 buildings as they roll out new menu items this year. more
Each semester, students at Missouri State University in Springfield who attain academic excellence are named to the dean's list. more
Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri was recently awarded $4,000 from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to expand its literacy programs at Sedalia Club Sites. The funding is part of Dollar General’s award of nearly $2.6 million across the country to support students, libraries and nonprofit organizations. more
The University of Missouri has announced the spring semester 2023 dean's list. During the spring 2023 semester, 11,550 undergraduate students earned the academic distinction of being named to the dean’s list. more
Freshman SFCC student Luis Sotelo, of Sedalia, was busy Wednesday morning, Aug. 30 learning ornamental herbaceous plants as his class toured the Missouri State Fairgrounds. more
State education officials continue to cautiously move ahead with a plan to implement social-emotional learning standards for all Missouri students, though concerns about possible political blowback hang over the process. more
Jeremy Pepin, a student at State Fair Community College, has received the Ronny J. Coleman Fire and Emergency Services Leader of the Future Scholarship of $1,000 from the International Public Safety Leadership and Ethics Institute and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. more
State Fair Community College reached a new milestone with the birth of a calf Monday, Aug. 28 on the college’s new farm. more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education has a new member after a vote during the Monday, Aug. 28 meeting at Smith-Cotton High School. more
The University of Dubuque in Dubuque, Iowa, recognized and celebrated the academic achievements of undergraduate, graduate, and seminary students during its 171st commencement with two ceremonies on Saturday, April 29. more
As the school busses lined up outside Sedalia Middle School on Monday afternoon, Aug. 28, everyone was on hand to get the kids on the right bus home. The operation ran just like clockwork, the same as morning drop-off. more
Within a half-hour drive of the University of Central Missouri, rows of neatly placed headstones line the Missouri Veterans Cemetery in Higginsville, honoring individuals who served in the United States military. With only small bits of information etched into each of the hundreds of gray granite monuments that dot this vast burial ground, the life stories of many underrepresented World War II veterans mostly remain untold. This will soon change, however, thanks to a $399,000 Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration grant that will also cover project work at Fort Scott National Cemetery in Fort Scott, Kansas. more
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