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‘Vape’ Is Oxford’s Word of the Year. Yes, ‘Vape.’

Electronic cigarettes are almost as cool as real ones used to be, which may explain why "vape" was selected as Oxford Dictionaries word of the year.

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Child Safe Gives Sedalia’s Sweet Tooth Its Just Desserts [INTERVIEW]

Child Safe is a place I hope none of your children ever have to visit. Unfortunately, there is a need for Child Advocacy centers like Child Safe in our world today.

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B&GC Passport to Manhood Encourages Maturity and Self Esteem [PHOTOS]

 At the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri’s Washington Elementary Site, several members were gathered around a set of directions, taking turns reading aloud the instructions for putting together a bookshelf.

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Behka’s Enquiring Minds: Are You Ready for Winter? [SURVEY]

We had a little bit of an early weather scare this past weekend.  We were told anywhere between three to five inches of snow were coming!  Luckily, we here in Pettis County only had a light dusting, but other places in the state weren't so lucky.

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State Fair Community College Staff Members Conduct Presentations at Convention

SEDALIA—State Fair Community College staff members presented four seminars at the Missouri Community College Association’s 50th annual convention Nov. 5-7 in Branson.

• “Disability Services: Secondary to Postsecondary” addressed working with high school counselors to prepare their students with disabilities to transition to college—Julie McNeal, Access Office coordinator.

• “To I

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American Red Cross Hosting Two Blood Drives in Pettis County [INTERVIEW]

The American Red Cross is asking eligible donors to make an appointment to give blood to help ensure sufficient blood supplies are available for patients this holiday season.

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Smith-Cotton Army JROTC Raider Team (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Smith-Cotton High School JROTC Raider Team National Champions

From left, front to back, are Steven Bradbury, Joshua Lauer, Cristian Melgar, Jamarri Tucker, Matthew Wallace, Yoana Nandho, Cristina Tejeda, Jessica Miranda, Vanessa Dixon, Devin Berry, Antonio Matacua, Jonathan Martinez, Ethan Hampton, Alex Stevenson, Caitlyn Bridges, Rosbel Garza, Evelyn Carlos, Blaine Sarabia, Noah Rosendale, Michael Stetzenbach, Logan Gleason, Noah Benscoter, Christian Sarabia, Luis Estrada, and Angel Alvarez

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Bob Satnan (Communications Director for Sedalia School District)

Missouri School Public Relations Association Recognizes Bob Satnan From Sedalia School District

The Missouri School Public Relations Association recognized ten school districts and educational organizations for excellence in specific communication programs and publications.  The recognitions took place at the annual MOSPRA Fall Conference held in Kansas City, November 6-7

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Smith-Cotton Jr. High Students Of The Month: October 2014

Congrats to all the students at the Smith-Cotton Jr. High that are the Students of the Month for October 2014.

Following are Smith-Cotton Junior High’s Students of the Month for October:

Team Cosmic Kids: Lauryn Caldwell and Rafael Uribe; Team Voyagers: Abrianna Barnett and TJay Johnson; Team Goal Getters: Maria Aonzo and Brett Grupe; Team Navigator: Nadia Smolyuk and Juan Portugal; Team Dyanamo: Alexis Bassett and Ethan Coleman; Team Legacy: Reagan Hockett and Ian Wallen; Team Valor: Saige Peterson and Chandler Gray; Team Victory: Jose Portillo and McKenna Woolery

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Webster University To Make Cuts

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Webster University plans to close three campuses this year in an effort to improve the organization's finances. Webster spokeswoman Barbara O'Malley wouldn't say which campuses will close because employees have not been notified

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