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WARRENSBURG – Known for his creativity and skill in strategic video communication, John Kennedy, a member of the Integrated Marketing and Communications (IMC) staff at the University of Central Missouri, has been recognized as the 2023 recipient of the Carl B. Foster/John M. Inglish Prize for Outstanding Achievement and Service in Public Relations. more
Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri announced graduating seniors Cooper Sparks and Matti Mergen have been named the winners of the Boys & Girls Club Alumni Scholarship. Both will receive $1,000, thanks to a matching gift from McCarthy Toyota of Sedalia. more
The Missouri State University chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers attended the Mid-America ASCE Student Symposium from April 13-15 at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. more
MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe, Kansas, recently announced its president's list, dean's list and honor roll for the spring 2023 semester. A total of 401 students qualified for one of the honors. more
Westminster College announced those students named to the Spring 2023 dean's list for exemplary academic performance. more
WARRENSBURG – The 2023 University of Central Missouri Summer Music Camp and Piano Institute will celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Piano Institute with three recitals, including a solo concert by UCM Distinguished Alumna Dr. Carolyn True. All programs will take place in Hart Recital Hall, located in the Utt Music Building, and they are free and open to the public. more
Catherine Marion Downing, of La Monte, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Ministry Leadership, Pastoral Ministry from Lee University during the 187th commencement exercises on May 6. more
State Fair Community College Apprenticeship Program Director Lori Blalock recently presented John Kincaid, of Sedalia, with the United States Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship, Journeyman Certificate in precision machining. more
The honor roll lists for Graceland University's 2023 spring term have been announced, and Dakoda Kenig, of Stover, has been named to the president's list. more
State Fair Community College Precision Machining and Automotive Technology students competed at the Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership Conference hosted in May at State Technical College of Missouri in Linn. more
Raised bed gardens, building accessible picnic tables, creating outdoor classrooms and landscaping community buildings are a few of the community projects that 4-H and FFA youth will be doing this summer as recipients of a Shaping Rural Missouri Grant. more
The State Fair Community College Foundation has recognized Chris Guffey and Wendy Loges as members of its Board of Directors. The board now has 21 members. more
West-Central Independent Living Solutions (WILS) announced that Chance Brown, a senior at Smithton High School, has been awarded the WILS Empowerment Scholarship. This $500 scholarship is awarded annually to a high school senior in Johnson, Lafayette, Henry, Benton, Pettis, or Saline counties with a disability who plans to continue their education at a four-year college, associates program, community college, or vocational technology program. more
Drury University has announced the students named to the dean's list for the day school in the Spring 2023 semester. more
State Technical College of Missouri announced the students who were named to the dean’s list during the 2023 spring semester. more
Missouri Valley College in Marshall conferred 218 degrees to students at its commencement ceremony Saturday, May 6 at Gregg-Mitchell Field. more
On Wednesday, May 24, Sedalia Middle School opened a locker that has been kept sealed as a time capsule for 50 years. more
WARRENSBURG – Families across the area will have the chance to watch Robin Hood go on adventures as the University of Central Missouri Repertory Theatre takes its production on tour at numerous locations throughout West Central Missouri in late May and early June. more
Missouri Valley College in Marshall has released its Spring 2023 dean's list. The vice president for academics, Elizabeth Bellamy, JD, said there were 472 students on this semester's list, including numerous area students. more
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