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Melanoma
PHOTO: Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, and preventive the disease by using sunscreen and other sun safety measures is the goal of a national campaign today. Photo courtesy of National Cancer Institute/Wikimedia Commons.

Preventing Melanoma: Sun Safety Can Be A Lifesaver

By Mona Shand: JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - It's Melanoma Monday in Missouri and across the nation, a day centered on the early detection and prevention of a disease that kills thousands of Americans each year

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Arrested
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Six Suspects From Sedalia, Warrensburg and Clinton Area Plead Guilty To Meth Conspiracy and Illegal Firearm

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that six defendants have pleaded guilty in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and to illegally possessing a firearm

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Sedalia Computer Networking

Comment Period On Broadband Expansion Opens

COLUMBIA, MO, April 29, 2015 – Today, the President’s interagency Broadband Opportunity Council (BOC) announced it is seeking public comment on how federal agencies can promote broadband deployment, adoption, and competition. The Council, which is made up of

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UCM
UCM Mules (Courtesy of UCM)

UCM Set To Host First Round of MIAA Tournament

WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- The third-seeded Mules Baseball team will host sixth-seeded Nebraska-Kearney in an MIAA Tournament First Round series this Thursday through Saturday at Crane Stadium/Tompkins Field. The series is a

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Skyline Inventors
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Third grader Becka Ellison delivers her speech as Albert Einstein as part of Skyline Elementary School's Living Museum of Inventors on Wednesday in the school library. Students researched an inventor's life and accomplishments, wrote an essay based on their research then portrayed their subject for students, staff and parents.

Skyline Elementary Students Become Living Museum of Inventors

Albert Einstein, George Lucas and Milton Hershey shared the stories of their lives and the secrets to their success Wednesday at Skyline Elementary School.

As part of a multi-discipline project, third grade students portrayed the subjects of their studies in a Living Museum of Inventors in the Skyline library

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SC Talking Tigers
members Alec Wilken, left, and Keelly Jones

Smith-Cotton Talking Tigers Compete In State Tournament

Smith-Cotton Talking Tigers speech and debate team members Alec Wilken, left, and Keelly Jones competed last weekend at the MSHSAA Speech and Debate State Competition. Alec and Keelly held their own in Domestic and International Extemporaneous Speaking, placing in the top 20 in the state but did not advance to finals

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Sacred Heart
Pictured: (Front row from left) Leon Jiang; Jack Lucchesi; Shelby Bain; Jessica Schibi; Taylor Thomas; Tori Migliazzo; and John Oh. (Second row from left) Tyler Kempf; Zach Parsons; Julianna Bourgeret; Rachel Ulbrich; Travis Holt; Max Martin; and Emma Rollings; (Third row from left) Will Prenger; Christina Stratton; Adrianna Belles; Anna Callis; Ava Cox; Camren Hayden; and Sam Eicholz. (Not pictured: Kolin Brace)

Sacred Heart Inducts 22 Students Into National Honor Society

The Sacred Heart School Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 22 new members on Sunday, April 26, 2015 in Sacred Heart Church.  Inductees, comprised of sophomores and juniors, were selected on the basis of service, academics, leadership and character

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Superheroes The cast of “Sex Lives of Superheroes,” from left: Dalton Morris, James Jones, Maria Banda, Tyler Adlich, Drew Boyet (Courtesy of SFCC)
Superheroes The cast of “Sex Lives of Superheroes,” from left: Dalton Morris, James Jones, Maria Banda, Tyler Adlich, Drew Boyet (Courtesy of SFCC)

SFCC Student Theatre Showcase Set For May 7 and 8

SEDALIA—The State Fair Community College Theatre Arts program will present a free student theatre showcase at 7 p.m. May 7-8 in the Thompson O’Sullivan Studio Theatre in the Yeater Learning Center, Room 126, on the Sedalia campus

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