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Two SFCC students were named to MCCA’s All-Missouri Academic Team. From left, SFCC President Dr. Joanna Anderson; students Amollie Stoermer, Mora, and Serena Smith, Sedalia; and SFCC Phi Theta Kappa Advisor Gary Webb (Courtesy of SFCC)

Missouri Community College Association Honors Two SFCC Students and Instructor

The Missouri Community College Association (MCCA) has recognized two State Fair Community College students and an instructor for academic excellence. The three were honored April 8 in Holts Summit

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Ryan Schatzberg, a trainer from MILO Range, demonstrates the computerized, interactive firearms simulator unit SFCC purchased to enhance instruction in the Criminal Justice program. (Courtesy of SFCC)

SFCC Buys Firearms Simulator Unit For Criminal Justice program

 

State Fair Community College will begin using a computerized, interactive firearms simulator unit to enhance instruction in the Criminal Justice program.

The unit, made by MILO Range of Ann Arbor, Michigan, is comprised of a computer, camera and simulated handguns that shoot lasers, allowing students to react in various “shoot or don’t shoot” scenarios.

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Sacred Heart Easter Egg Hunt (Courtesy of Sacred Heart School)

Sacred Heart School Celebrates Easter

First graders at Sacred Heart School swarm the lawn of the Sacred Heart Church rectory Wednesday in search of brightly-colored Easter eggs scattered throughout by their parents. Leading up to the hunt, the students have been learning about Easter, and the Catholic practices of Lent, which is a time of preparation of the death of Christ on Good Friday and His Resurrection on Easter Sunday

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Baby Cafe Opens In Sedalia

Missouri’s first and only Baby Café has opened in Sedalia. The café, located on the campus of Bothwell Regional Health Center, is a project of the Pettis County Breastfeeding Coalition, a task force of a community consortium of health-care and educational organizations

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Shown are, from left, Service Learning teacher Shawn Cairer, and students Gavin McCue, Mariah Smith, Crystal Craig and Kayla Fletcher.

Whittier High School Students Raise Money To Support Leukemia and Lymphoma “Pennies 4 Patients” Campaign

Whittier High School Service Learning students recently raised $450 in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's “Pennies 4 Patients” campaign. The money was raised through donations from friends, staff members and students

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Members of the Smith-Cotton Math Team celebrate Saturday after taking first place in Division 1 in the Cole Camp Math Relays.

Smith-Cotton Finishes First In Cole Camp Math Relays

Josh Gooch took honors as the top senior competitor and the Smith-Cotton Math Team took first place in Division 1 at Saturday’s Cole Camp Math Relays.

Gooch was first in the Calculus, Random Science, Trigonometry 11/12 and Algebra 12 categories; the S-C senior team of Gooch, Sydney Kocsis and Carter Lapine also took first place in Team Tests

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Missouri State Fair Announces Four More Acts For Pepsi Grandstand

(SEDALIA, Mo.) – Four concerts were announced today by Missouri State Fair Director Mark Wolfe, adding a mix of sixties and seventies rock, country and contemporary Christian music to this year’s State Fair, Aug

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Warrensburg And Kansas City Postal Worker Indicted

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced two postal workers were indicted by a federal grand jury today, in separate and unrelated cases, for stealing thousands of pieces of mail and for stealing money from a cash drawer

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Andy Belobraydic III caught this 140-pound, 9-ounce state-record paddlefish at Table Rock Lake on Saturday.

State Record Paddlefish Caught

BRANSON, Mo. – The first paddlefish snagging trip for Andy Belobraydic III will be one he’ll remember for the rest of his life.

The 33-year-old Richwoods resident turned an already successful day on Table Rock Lake into an unforgettable one by snagging a state-record paddlefish Saturday. Belobraydic’s b

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