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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

UMKC To Receive $7.4 Million in State Funding For Enterprise Center

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Governor Jay Nixon says the University of Missouri-Kansas City will receive $7.4 million in state funding for a planned $14.8 million enterprise center. Nixon announced the funding yesterday for UMKC's Robert W

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Laura Cavanaugh, Getty Images
Laura Cavanaugh, Getty Images

Grain Valley High School Marching Band Selected To Play At Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri marching band has nabbed a spot in the 2016 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Macy's made a surprise announcement at Grain Valley High School near Kansas City. The retailer says hundreds of marching bands from across the nation vied for 10 performing slots

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UCM Update

Owners of small businesses can learn how to secure government contracts and network with potential contractors at the annual Procurement Conference Thursday, May 28, at the University of Central Missouri’s Elliott Student Union

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UCM Update

Following a national search process this spring, the University of Central Missouri has selected Gail M. Staines, Ph.D., as the next Dean of Library Services.

Deborah Curtis, provost-chief learning officer at UCM, announced the appointment today, noting that Staines will begin her new duties on July 1

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UCM Update

After growing up in a country where baseball is a national passion, a University of Central Missouri international student this spring got an inside-look at what it takes to keep professional players in top condition while also gaining experience to better prepare him for his own professional career

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Team SCREAM
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOO DISTRICT 200 Team SCREAM drivers Levi Anderson, left, and David Wester control the robot KONG after sliding a stack of recyling totes onto the scoring platform during an exhibition match Saturday at the Missouri Robotics State Championship at the Mathewson Exhibition Center.The strapping mechanism on the front of the robot was a key determiner in Team SCREAM winning the Maxion Innovation in Design award.

Team SCREAM Wins Two Awards At Missouri Robotics State Championship

Team SCREAM was honored for its creative engineering and its leader, Michael Wright, was praised by his peers Saturday at the inaugural Missouri Robotics State Championship at the Mathewson Exhibition Center

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Bring Mom To the Daum
Prize Drawings at Bring Mom To the Daum Event

Bring Mom To The Daum Event

Many families went out in the rain to State Fair Community College to enjoy some fun indoors for the annual "Bring Mom to the Daum" event today (May 10).

The event at the Daum Museum of Contemporary Ar

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Smith-Cotton Seniors awarded McCarthy Toyota Scholarships (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

McCarthy Toyota Awards Ten Scholarships To S-C Seniors

 

On Wednesday, May 6, McCarthy Toyota of Sedalia General Manager Aaron Vial presented 10 Smith-Cotton High School seniors with $1,000 scholarships during the school’s annual Senior Awards Night ceremony in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Thi

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Robo – Junior Roberto Ramirez reads “Jangles’ A Big Fish Story” to Skyline Elementary fourth graders.
Robo – Junior Roberto Ramirez reads “Jangles’ A Big Fish Story” to Skyline Elementary fourth graders.

Smith-Cotton Football Players Read To Elementary Students

 

Smith-Cotton High School football players kicked off their Friday by reading to Sedalia 200 elementary students. Players read in groups and one-on-one with students at Washington, Heber Hunt, Horace Mann, Skyline and Parkview schools. The

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Confused by Expiration Dates? Let This Guide Clear Everything Up

When you buy food, you're immediately on the clock when it comes to finishing it. But did you know those expiration dates you see may not tell the whole story?

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