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2015 DARE Car Show
2015 DARE Car Show

DARE Car Show [PHOTOS]

This weekend the weather was fantastic and there were a ton of cars and motorcycles that showed up for the annual DARE Car Show on Saturday, April 4, around the Sedalia Municipal Building.

This year I was able to see the work that DARE does first hand, with my son going through the classes and graduating from the program

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Sacred Heart Easter Egg
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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Child Safe Adult Egg Hunt

The eleventh annual Child Safe Adult Egg Hunt takes place Saturday, April 11th, at teh Matthewson Exhibition Center on the MO State Fairgrounds.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with dinner beginningat 6:30 p

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Speech
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9-Year-Old’s Brilliant Speech Against Standardized Testing Will Leave You Cheering

Whoever said kids are better seen and not heard should really take a listen to this little girl.

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A group of runners in a cross country race.

Devon’s Beat Dance, Auction and 5K Run/Walk Set

The third annual Devon's Beat 5K Run/Walk is set for this Saturday (April 4) at the Lincoln High School, to benefit SADS, which stands for Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes. Recently, I had the chance to talk with Angela Parrot and her son, Devon Parrot, that was walking to class one day, when he collapsed in the hallway

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state fair

SFCC Tuition To Increase

SEDALIA—The State Fair Community College Board of Trustees Tuesday approved modest increases in tuition rates for the 2015-2016 academic year, which includes fall, spring and summer semesters.

Tuition per credit hour will

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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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Whittier
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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Smith-Cotton
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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Rutt
Beth Rutt, third from right, recently received the James C. Kirkpatrick Excellence in Governance Award from the University of Central Missouri Student Government Association. Joining her in the presentation were, left to right, SGA Representative Ashley Garrard; SGA Senator Mitchell Campana; Doris Houx Kirkpatrick, wife of the late James C. Kirkpatrick; SGA Vice President Alana Caruso; and UCM President Chuck Ambrose. (Courtesy of UCM)

Beth Rutt Receives James C. Kirkpatrick Excellence In Governance Award

WARRENSBURG, MO (March 27, 2015) – Beth Rutt, Warrensburg, was named the 30th recipient of the James C. Kirkpatrick Excellence in Governance Award by the University of Central Missouri Student Government Association in a ceremony Thursday evening, March 26, in the James C

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