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SFCC Enrollment and Campus Visit Options Coming Up [INTERVIEW]

State Fair Community College announces new campus visit options for prospective students and community members who want to visit the Sedalia or extended campus sites to learn more about the college.

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Smith-Cotton Show Choir
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Cabaret, the Smith-Cotton High School all-female show choir, sings "The Snow Carol" during Thursday night's Vocal Music Winter Concert.

Smith-Cotton High School’s Vocal Music Department Hosts Winter Concert

 

Smith-Cotton High School’s Vocal Music Department, under the leadership of Director of Vocal Music Chris Kindle, had its annual winter concert Thursday, Dec. 11, in the Heckart Performing Arts Center at the high school. Per

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Rex Walters
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Senior linebacker Rex Walters is the 2014 recipient of the Mark Johnson Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Smith-Cotton High School Senior Rex Walters Wins Mark Johnson Academic Achievement Scholarship

Smith-Cotton High School senior Rex Walters is the 2014 recipient of the Mark Johnson Academic Achievement Scholarship. Walters was an All-West Central Conference selection at linebacker.

The annual scholarship – provided by former S-C coach Johnson and his family – awards $500 to a S-C football player who is a full-time starter his senior year

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DARE Graduation
Sedalia Middle School D.A.R.E. Graduation

Sedalia Middle School Hosts D.A.R.E. Graduation

The Sedalia Middle School held a D.A.R.E. graduation ceremony for the students that finished the program that teaches kids to no resist  drugs and make good decisions.There were 76 5th graders who completed the program, led by Sgt

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Missouri Valley College Lacrosse Team
Missouri Valley College Lacrosse Team at Marshall Animal Shelter (Courtesy of MVC Facebook)

Missouri Valley College Lacrosse Team Volunteers At Marshall Animal Shelter

Marshall, Mo. (December 9, 2014)- The Missouri Valley College men’s lacrosse team spent part of its day recently volunteering to help out an organization in the Marshall, Mo., community.

Members of t

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Missouri Valley College (Courtesy of Missouri Valley College)

Three Missouri Valley College Players Named To The 2014 NAIA Men’s Soccer All-America Team

Marshall, Mo. (December 8, 2014)- Three members of the No. 9 Missouri Valley College men’s soccer team have been named to the 2014 NAIA Men’s Soccer All-America Team announced Monday.  The three selections a

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Graduation

UCM Commencement Set For Friday And Saturday

WARRENSBURG, MO (Dec. 9, 2014) – The University of Central Missouri will conclude the fall 2014 semester with commencement exercises Friday and Saturday,  Dec. 12-13 in the Multipurpose Building. In addition to conferring degrees on new graduates, the university will present three awards recognizing individuals for exceptional achievements

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Boonslick Regional Library Inspires Holiday Spirit in Mid Missouri [INTERVIEW]

The Boonslick Regional Library has a lot going on this holiday season in all the branches all over Mid Missouri.  In Sedalia, Warsaw, Boonville, and Cole Camp, things are really hopping.

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Light Out On Jennie Jaynes Stadium

Lights Out On Jennie Jaynes Stadium

As I was passing by Jennie Jaynes Stadium the other week, I couldn't help but think about all the games that stadium has hosted and all the memories of everyone who has stepped on the field to play under the lights on a Friday night

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Whittier Mini Golf
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Student Mariah Motley, left, lines up a putt as physical education teacher Mark Johnson, right, adjusts a corner board so it will provide the proper rebound angle on the miniature golf course Johnson created at Whittier High School. Whittier already had the green carpet, so Johnson bought about $20 worth of PVC pipe to create the course, and some of his golfing buddies donated the putters.

Whittier Students Introduced To Golf

With a piece of green carpeting, a little PVC pipe and some imagination, Mark Johnson is introducing his Whittier High School physical education students to the game of golf.

Johnson, an avid golfer himself, has created a six-hole miniature golf course “to give the kids an opportunity to do something they haven’t done before

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