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WARRENSBURG – Longtime sportswriter Sally Jenkins visited the University of Central Missouri on Wednesday, Feb. 21, to speak on her 20-plus years of experience in the field and her latest book. more
On Wednesday, Feb. 21, the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri unveiled its plan to build a 30,000-square-foot Teen Center near downtown Sedalia. The Bold Vision, Bright Future Capital Campaign has already raised $4.2 million. more
HUGHESVILLE — For the second year, Pettis County FFA students are looking out for fellow youth with food insecurities. On Tuesday, Feb. 20, 40 students packed 15,000 meals during the FFA Meal Packing Event at Pettis County R-V Northwest High School in Hughesville. more
KNOB NOSTER – TRIAD AFJROTC CyberPatriot team Komputer Kernels will return to the CyberPatriot National Finals in March in Bethesda, Maryland, hoping to come away with the crown that got away from them last year. more
On Monday night, Feb. 12, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the promotion of Amanda Jackson to principal at Washington Elementary School, effective July 1. more

With a desire to help others, Derrick Willis is honored with the SCHS Academic Hall of Fame award.

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Cornell College announced the students named to the provost’s list for the fall 2023 semester. more
The University of Central Missouri announced that Phil Bridgmon, Ph.D., provost and vice president for academic affairs, has received a Fulbright U.S. International Education Administrator award to India from the United States Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Bridgmon is among approximately 10 U.S. citizens who will take part in the India-Nehru IEA program in March 2024. more
Two Smith-Cotton High School band students were honored in January by being selected to play in a state band performance. more
Officials at Missouri State University-West Plains have announced the chancellor’s list honorees for the fall 2023 semester. more
Seeds of knowledge are being planted by members of local FFA chapters in area classrooms this spring as elementary students participate in Agriculture Education on the Move (Ag Moves). Through Ag Moves, an educational program of Missouri Farmers Care, students learn how their lives are connected to agriculture through hands-on learning led by passionate educators in their classrooms. more
Editor’s note: In the Feb. 1 edition of the Democrat, the spring 2023 list was inadvertently published instead of the fall 2023 list. The Democrat apologizes for the error. more
Smith-Cotton High School will send 10 students to the state FBLA competition based on their performances in the district-level event. more
Organizations representing homeschool families raised concerns about legislation debated Monday seeking to expand a tax credit program that helps pay for students to attend private and religious schools. more
Eden Hoeffling, a senior at Smith-Cotton High School, has accepted a scholarship to perform with the competitive cheerleading squad at William Woods University in Fulton. more
WARRENSBURG – Mia Kim’s career has taken her to places she wouldn’t have believed growing up. Traveling to places like Greece, Spain and Serbia for work, Kim, the University of Central Missouri Piano Area Coordinator and Director of the Community Music Program, could only dream of going to some of these places. more
The following students were named to the fall 2023 president's list at LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas. The president's list recognizes students who have achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester. more
WARRENSBURG – The University of Central Missouri experienced an attempted cyber breach this week that has been discovered to be part of a “regional attack.” more
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