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About 70 students from Heber Hunt Elementary and Smith-Cotton Junior High attended the picnic. (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)
About 70 students from Heber Hunt Elementary and Smith-Cotton Junior High attended the picnic. (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Smith-Cotton Junior High And Heber Hunt Elementary Pen Pals Meet At Liberty Park

English Speakers of Other Languages students at Heber Hunt Elementary School and Smith-Cotton Junior High wrote pen pal letters to each other through the school year to help build their writing and language skills

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 
Project SEARCH graduates, from left, Aaron Welch, Nathanial Geer and Austin Donahue, combined to work more than 2,300 hours through the program this year.
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Project SEARCH graduates, from left, Aaron Welch, Nathanial Geer and Austin Donahue, combined to work more than 2,300 hours through the program this year.

Three Students In Sedalia School District Graduates From Project SEARCH

Three students were honored Thursday night for graduating from Project SEARCH, a program that provides workplace and life skills training for special needs students.

All three students – Austin Donahue, Nathanial Geer and Aaron Welch – have been hired as a result of their success in the program

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Alarming Study Reveals People Tweet, Snap Selfies and More While Driving [POLL]

We've all heard the refrain that you shouldn't text and drive. Well, it seems there is a whole slew of other questionable phone-related behavior we need to stop.

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Claps: Jessica Miranda, front, and her fellow seniors applaud after Sedalia 200 Board of Education President Dr. Jeff Sharp ticked off a long list of the Class of 2015’s accomplishments.
Claps: Jessica Miranda, front, and her fellow seniors applaud after Sedalia 200 Board of Education President Dr. Jeff Sharp ticked off a long list of the Class of 2015’s accomplishments.

Smith-Cotton High School Graduates 324 Students

The Smith-Cotton High School Class of 2015 marked its graduation Saturday night with Commencement ceremonies in the Mathewson Exhibition Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

The class of 324 graduates was led by valedictorian Abby Knight; salutatorian was Olivia Funk

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Members of Whittier High School’s Class of 2015 assemble for a group photo before the Commencement ceremony Friday night in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High School.

Whittier Graduates 36 Students

Tears were shed, roses were handed out and plenty of hugs were shared Friday night during Whittier High School’s Commencement ceremony in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High School.

Addressing the students were Director Martin White, Assistant Director B

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Sedalia Middle School
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Photo 1: Members of the Sedalia Middle School sixth grade band’s trombone section, from left, Orion Sanchez, Jayce Fly and Lowell Pillard, play “Carnival of Venice” during the instrumental music concert May 12 in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High.

Sedalia Middle School Performed Final Concert

Sedalia Middle School instrumental music students performed in their final concert of the school year May 12 in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High. The fifth grade orchestra performed the “William Tell Overture” by Gioachino Rossini and “Tiger Tango,” an original composition by director Michael Moellman

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UCM Update

The Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies at the University of Central Missouri formally dedicated the Donn G. Forbes Center for Financial Services in the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, May 15

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Whiteman Corridor Monument (Photo by Kaleb Filis)

Whiteman Corridor Ceremonies

The annual George Whiteman Wreath Laying Ceremony was held this morning (May 16) at Memorial Park Cemetery. This year's ceremony was the beginning of the dedications for the Whiteman Corridor, which

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High School Graduate Takes Hilarious Fall in High Heels

Graduation day is supposed to be a memorable occasion. It certainly was for this girl -- but for all the wrong reasons.

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Boonslick Regional Library Awarded A Literacy Grant From Dollar General

Today (May 15), the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded Boonslick Regional Library - Sedalia in Sedalia a literacy grant in the amount of $1500 to support local literacy programs.  This local grant award is part of over $5

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