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Joseph Doyle Named Smith-Cotton High School Assistant Principal

On Monday, March 24, the Sedalia School District Board of Education approved the hiring of Joseph Doyle as assistant principal for Smith-Cotton High School for the 2014-15 school year. Doyle will replace Ted Suhr, who is moving back into the classroom as an art teacher at Smith-Cotton Junior High.

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Washington Elementary School Principal Lisa Volk Discusses Mentor Program [INTERVIEW]

At the Sedalia 200 School Board Meeting held at Washington Elementary School on Monday night (March 24), students and staff of the school took the opportunity to introduce the people who serve as mentors at the school.

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Smith-Cotton Hires New Softball Head Coach

On Monday (March 25), the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hiring of Janeil Draffen as seventh and eighth grade girls physical education teacher at Smith-Cotton Junior High for the 2014-15 school year. Draffen also will serve as head coach of the Smith-Cotton High School softball program.

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Bring Your Green Thumb to Sedalia Farmer’s Market Training

I've never been too handy in the ways of cultivating things. Usually I'm pretty good with animals and small humans, they at least can vocally complain when I'm doing something wrong. Plants, meanwhile, suffer in silence. And probably die. But you might not be that way! Maybe you've got everything it takes to be a part of the Farmer's Market.

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Steppin’ 4 The Spectrum 5k is Bringing Autism Awareness to the Missouri State Fairgrounds [INTERVIEW]

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors.  It's difficult to diagnose, difficult to treat, and difficult to understand.

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Warsaw Trivia Contest Will Raise Money for Local Cancer Patients [INTERVIEW]

Trivia is one of those strange, delightful things that you never realize you know until tested.  You might not remember which movie won Best Picture in 1976 until someone asks (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,  just so you know).  And now, you can utilize all that long forgotten knowledge that still lingers in your brain with the fine folks at the Quizzing for a Cure trivia contest, planned for Saturday, April 5, at the John Boise Middle School in Warsaw.

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Behka Illustrates the Tale of How Her Parents Met [VIDEO]

I was looking around on the internet the other day and I was reminded of a website called My Parents Were Awesome. Basically it's just a place where people upload photos of their folks before they were born, and marvel at how cool they were. It's always kinda cool to think of yourself when you were a kid, and what your parents were like without you, and force you to see them not unlike a friend as opposed to family. 

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McCaskill Staff Surveying Colleges on Assaults

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Sen. Claire McCaskill says her staff is surveying college campuses to see what protections against sexual attacks are in place and how the institutions support assault victims.

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Missouri Education Officials to Consider School Plan

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri State Board of Education is taking up a plan for assisting and intervening in the state's school districts.

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Mom Should Have Warned 9-Year-Old About Wearing a “My Little Pony” Backpack [OPINION]

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A boy 9-year-old's "My Little Pony" backpack has caused quite the national story, so here is my take on the situation.

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