NEW MADRID, Mo. (AP) — A 21-year-old man has made his initial court appearance on charges that he fatally shot a convenience store clerk during a robbery in his southeastern Missouri hometown. KFVS-TV reports that Deion Martin was arraigned yesterday in New Madrid County on one count each of first-degree murder and first-degree robbery, and two counts of armed criminal action
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Officials at Scottrade Center in St. Louis are reviewing policies after the death of a woman at a concert. Some witnesses complained about the slow response after 35-year-old Jen Steger Giamarino of Fenton collapsed Friday during a show by New Kids on the Block
The Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club made a significant donation to the MO Kids Outdoors in support for youth sporting programs.
Pictured from left to right is Jason Myers – Optimist Club Secretary/Treasurer ,Michelle Abney-Fry–Optimist Member, Valerie Tims-Optimist Member, Harry Hoeffert-MO Kids Outdoors, Ashlee Paxton–Optimist Board Member, and Samantha Wood–Optimist Club Member
Senior Mariona Ward qualified for the state track meet in four events, setting school records in two of them as the Smith-Cotton High School track and field program saw six athletes advance in 10 events Saturday, May 23, in the District 5, Sectional 3 meet at Blue Springs High School
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- Jennies Softball's historic season came to a close with an 8-7 eight-inning loss to California (Pa.) on Saturday at the ASA Hall of Fame Softball Complex. The Jennies end their season 49-16, tying the school record for wins in a season.
ALLENDALE, Mich. - For the second time this season the Central Missouri Jennies are on top of the track and field world. They won their first ever outdoor NCAA Division II National Championship after winning their first indoor championship back in March. The Jens scored
SEDALIA, MO – (May 15, 2015) — On May 8, Bryant Motors, Smith-Cotton High School and Sacred Heart School hosted the “Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser” and raised $2,040 that will be equally split between both schools. During
Parkview Elementary fourth grader McKenna Koch, front, explains her science project to Sedalia 200 Assistant Superintendent Steve Triplett and draws a laugh from fellow student Kyle Meeks on May 14 in the school’s multipurpose room
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