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Ever Wanted to Know How to Escape From Handcuffs With Just a Paper Clip? [VIDEO]

Important life tip here.

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Some Teachers Struggling With New Tests To Get Job

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) — Some aspiring Missouri teachers are finding themselves struggling on a new test they must pass to get a job. The Southeast Missourian reports that the state in September switched the exam it requires before awarding a teaching certification

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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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University of Missouri School of Music Receives $10 Million Donation

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Billionaires Jeanne and Rex Sinquefield have donated $10 million to help fund a new School of Music building at the University of Missouri's Columbia campus. The gift, the largest donation for the arts in the university's history, was announced Friday

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Mizzou Wheelchair Basketball Team Plays In Sedalia

The State Fair Community College Access Office, welcomed the Mizzou Wheelchair Basketball team for an exhibition game, between the Gold and Black teams on Saturday night (April 11). The Mizzou Wheelchair Basketball team is coached by Ron Lykins, who explained the team is part of the Central Intercollegiate Division of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association

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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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Lots To Do This Weekend

There is certainly a lot of activities going on in our area this weekend. Here is a snapshot of some of the events.

Breakfast at American Legion

Join the Sedalia American Legion for an all-u-can-eat breakfast at the Sedalia American Legion at 2016 West Main in Sedalia. The breakfast w

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Student With Very Bright Future Accepted By All 8 Ivy League Schools

The next time you hear someone complaining about "kids today," think of this teen.

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Pettis County Election Results:

The results are in and the three largest issues in Sedalia were decided early in the night, with only 10% of Pettis County .

The Sedalia School Board will retain Dr. Jeffrey Sharp and Stephanie Lefevers after they defeated challenger Roy Dietzman

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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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