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Missouri State Fair Director Mark Wolfe announced that 55 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 21 during the annual State FFA Convention in Columbia. more
State Fair Community College Digital Media Communications student Dawson Propst, of Stover, received a first-place award from the Missouri Broadcast Educators Association on April 1 at Southeast Missouri State University. Propst was recognized for a video he produced featuring Sedalia business No. 5 Bistro & Bar. He competed against students from two- and four-year institutions throughout Missouri. more
Theatre-goers will be treated to a classic murder mystery, with no shortage of fast-paced comedy, as the Smith-Cotton High School Theatre Department presents “Clue: High School Edition” this weekend. more
JOHNSON COUNTY – A Leeton administrator has been named the new Holden Middle School principal. more
Austin Bohlen, a Mass Communications major from Smithton, was honored as one of Missouri Valley College's top scholars during a ceremony April 11 in the college's Malcolm Center. more
The following students have been named to the dean's list for the fall 2022 semester at Washington University in St. Louis. more
JOHNSON COUNTY – A Knob Noster High School administrator is making the move to the Leeton R-X School District next school year. more
Smith-Cotton High School is taking some of its first steps toward implementing the new Center for Advanced Professional Studies program. more
Ten Smith-Cotton High School art students had their work selected to be published in the Missouri Art Education Association's “Show Me Art Coloring Book: Missouri Hometown Pride, 3rd edition.” The 219-page coloring book is based on the theme of "Missouri Hometown Pride." more
WARRENSBURG – University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance and UCM Music are continuing the women’s history theme for 2022-23 with the upcoming production of “Little Women: The Musical.” more
Smith-Cotton High School senior Alyssa Gear was named to the 2023 Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri's top academic students in the graduating class of 2023. Fellow senior Caleb Ehlers received an honorable mention. more
Editor's note: This article has been updated to include information from Garrett. more
The Smith-Cotton High School chapter of HOSA, a global student organization that promotes career opportunities in the health industry, had 17 students finish in the Top 5 in their events at the state competition, with 13 advancing to the International Leadership Conference in June in Dallas. more
At Monday evening’s Sedalia City Council meting, Bob Hiller, founder of the 32nd annual Sedalia D.A.R.E. Auto Show and Ward Three councilman, presented a check from Saturday’s car show to fund the Sedalia D.A.R.E. program. more
Heber Hunt Elementary students Erilyn Colgan, Quinn Richardson, Kingston Cline and Maddox Goalder attended the Missouri School Boards Association conference March 28 at the state capital in Jefferson City. The students explained the school’s inclusive playground project with members of the Missouri House, superintendents and school board members from across the state and even Missouri First Lady Teresa Parson. more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education on Monday night approved the promotion of three current staff members to assistant principal roles at Smith-Cotton Junior High, effective July 1. more
Smith-Cotton High School engineering teacher Michael Wright will become the first director of the school’s Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) program, after the Sedalia 200 Board of Education approved his hiring for the position during its meeting on Monday, March 27. more
Lincoln R-2 Elementary School has announced the students named to the third quarter honor roll for the 2022-23 school year. more
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