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Dominic Zerilli
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton High School senior Dominic Zerilli on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Zerilli, center, seated, was joined by, front row from left, Shannon Zerilli, mother; Edna Kindle, grandmother; Colton Zerilli, brother; Al Kindle, grandfather. Back, from left, Wade Norton, Smith-Cotton principal; Ryan Sutterfield, assistant baseball coach, North Central Missouri College; Brent Hodge, Smith-Cotton assistant baseball coach; Jud Kindle, Smith-Cotton head baseball coach; Jeff Mays, coach and Liberty Park Stadium groundskeeper; Martin Zerilli, father; Donnie Hillerman, head baseball coach, North Central Missouri College; Mickie Wheeler, Smith-Cotton assistant baseball coach; Kyle Zimmerman, Smith-Cotton assistant baseball coach; Rob Davis, Smith-Cotton athletic director.

Smith-Cotton Senior Dominic Zerilli Signs With North Central Missouri

Smith-Cotton High School senior Dominic Zerilli on Wednesday signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Zerilli, center, seated, was joined by, front row from left, Shannon Zerilli, mother; Edna Kindle, grandmother; Colton Zerilli, brother; Al Kindle, grandfather

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Pile of Money
Ingram Publishing

UMKC Foundation Sets Fundraising Goal

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri-Kansas City has set a new faculty and staff fundraising goal after surpassing the old one. The UMKC Foundation says it wants to raise $6.75 million from faculty and staff by the end of June 2016

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Jefferson City
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Missouri House Speaker Makes Move To Strip Funding For National Common Core Standards

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — House Speaker John Diehl says the state will strip $4.5 million in funding for membership to a group that makes tests for the national Common Core education standards. Diehl says cutting the money will ensure Missouri's partnership with the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium ends

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Homeless
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Homeless Freezing Child Social Experiment Will Open Your Eyes

Homeless people dot many city streets, but what would you do if you saw a homeless child -- in the freezing cold?

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THINKSTOCK
THINKSTOCK

Boys and Girls Club Anticipates Spring with March Mayhem and More [INTERVIEW]

The Boys and Girls Club of West Central Missouri never stops when it comes to getting some new activities going in our area.  Basketball fever is quickly approaching and with it a chance to support our kids!

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Snow Predictions
National Weather Service predictions for Feb. 25-26, 2015 (courtesy of NWS & Sedalia/Pettis County EMA)

Snow Predicted For Area Tonight

The National Weather Service is predicting a few snow showers are possible between 6 pm and midnight tonight (Feb. 25). The temperatures are expected to drop from the 40s into the 20s within a period of two hours in some parts of the state

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Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City
Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City

Missouri Student Transfer Law Gains Initial Approval

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Two proposals aimed at addressing concerns with Missouri's student transfer law gained initial approval from the state House and Senate Tuesday. The current transfer law allows students in failing districts to switch schools at the expense of their home district, which has meant financial hardships for some schools when students flock elsewhere

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Sedalia Gets Moving with Bothwell Regional Health Center’s Couch to 5K Challenge [INTERVIEW]

Community members looking for motivation to get or stay active this spring will want to sign up for Healthy U’s second annual Couch to 5K program with Bothwell Regional Health Center.

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School Bus
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Is It Time To Rethink Delayed Starts In School? [OPINION]

Whenever winter weather strikes it can be a bad situation across the Show-Me State. I remember as a kid, how much fun I had when a snow day would come up. You could get out and play in the snow, by sledding, making a snowman and even a family favorite was to make a car completely out of snow

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Sacred Heart
PICTURED:Sacred Heart High School accounting and personal finance students toured the Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City.

Sacred Heart Students Visit KC Money Museum

By: Becky Full, SHS Senior

Twenty-one Sacred Heart High School accounting and personal finance students and their teachers, Timara Kennon and Kerry Henley, recently toured the Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City

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