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Courtesy of Sedalia School District
Courtesy of Sedalia School District

Four Smith-Cotton High School Choir Students Perform In Jefferson City

 

Four Smith-Cotton High School students performed July 23 in Jefferson City as part of the Missouri Choral Directors Association’s All-State Show Choir. Shown, from left, are Stephen Weeks, Lanie Beard, former S-C Director of Vocal Music Chris Kindle, Haleigh Carson and Noah Burnett. The

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Claire McCaskill
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Senator Claire McCaskill Named Hero of Main Street

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill has been named a “Hero of Main Street” by the National Retail Federation in recognition of her support of the retail community’s priorities on international trade, patent reform, health care, tax reform, and workforce policies that work for both employees and employers.
“I’m honor

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butterfly
(Courtesy of Missouri Department of Conservation)

MDC Offers Free Assistance With Native Plant Landscaping

Kansas City, Mo. – Late summer is a good time to see pollinator insects such as butterflies visiting flowers and plants. But habitat loss is causing an alarming decline in some species, including the beloved monarch butterfly. Planting native

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Lavance Taylor
Lavance Taylor (Courtesy of UCM Athletics)

Former UCM Running Back Signs With Chiefs

WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- Former Central Missouri All-American running back LaVance Taylor has signed a free agent contract with his hometown Kansas City Chiefs.

Taylor signed a free agent deal with the Chiefs on Thursday and will report to training camp in St. Joseph. He was a First T

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Smith-Cotton Football
Missouri National Guard Specialist Dillon Colbert stopped by Tiger Stadium on Thursday to visit with Smith-Cotton High School football players (courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Missouri National Guard Visits Smith-Cotton Tigers Football Camp

 

Missouri National Guard Specialist Dillon Colbert stopped by Tiger Stadium on Thursday to visit with Smith-Cotton High School football players and discuss incentives available to National Guard recruits, including college tuition benefits. Col

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Sam Edwards/OJO Images

Results From Pete H. Rea Memorial Golf Tournament

(Marshall, Mo.) — The 25th Annual Pete H. Rea Memorial Golf Tournament, held on July 11 at the Indian Foothills Golf Course raised $17,000 that will be used to offset the purchase of 3D mammography equipment for Fitzgibbon Hospital

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Governor Jay Nixon Requests Major Disaster Declaration For Many Missouri Counties

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today requested the federal government declare a major disaster for 69 of Missouri’s 114 counties as a result of the prolonged severe storm systems that have generated tornadoes, straight line winds, torrential rain, hail, flooding and flash flooding across large portions of the state since May 15. The storm syste

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Dr. Steven Segal
Steven Segal, Medical Pharmacology and Physiology, photographed in his lab at the University of Missouri School of Medicine.

Blood Vessels Can Get Better With Age

COLUMBIA, Mo. (July 21, 2015) ―Although the causes of many age-related diseases remain unknown, oxidative stress is thought to be the main culprit. Oxidative stress has been linked to cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases including diabetes, hypertension and age-related cancers. However, resea

Kenny Chery
Kenny Chery (Courtesy of SFCC Facebook)

Former SFCC Roadrunner Kenny Chery To Play in 2015 Las Vegas Summer League

SEDALIA—Former State Fair Community College Roadrunner Kenny Chery is pursuing his dream of becoming a professional player as a participant in the National Basketball Association Las Vegas Summer League. He is playing f

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Sedalia Bombers
Sedalia Bombers visit with Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri

Sedalia Bombers Visit Boys & Girls Clubs

The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri’s Summer Program had a few special visitors this week – members of the Sedalia Bombers baseball team.

As part of a partnership between the Club and the team, several players came to the Skyline Site Wednesday to read to members, answer questions and play.

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