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UCM Basketball Players Make MIAA Academic Honor Roll

Three Mules and six Jennies' basketball players were named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll as announced by the league office on Thursday. In addition, Preston Brunz of Mules Basketball and Shelby Winkelmann of Jennie

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Missouri Can Fully Fund A+ Scholarship for Spring 2015 Semester

The Missouri Department of Higher Education announced Friday that there will be sufficient funds available to fully fund the A+ Scholarship Program for the Spring 2015 semester.

Department officials notified colleges and high schools in December that students participating in the program for the Spring 2015 semester might have to cover the cost of tuition and general fees for one credit hour to avoid exceeding available program funds

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Watch the Most Hazardous Way to Cheat on a Test You’ll Ever See

You would think with the way technology has advanced in recent years it would be pretty easy for students to find a way to cheat. Well, you'd be wrong.

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

Missouri Senate Committee Votes On Student Transfer Law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A House bill aimed at addressing issues with Missouri's student transfer law is moving forward. The Senate Education Committee on Wednesday voted 7-0 to support the measure, with one senator voting as present

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Liberty Middle School Principal Resigns After Bullying Incident

LIBERTY, Mo. (AP) — The principal of a Kansas City-area middle school has resigned nearly a month after a student with Asperger's syndrome was seriously hurt in a bullying incident. The Liberty Board of Education this week accepted Liberty Middle School Principal Dan Weakley's resignation

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Missouri Senate Panel Considers Cuts To Reading Programs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri Senate panel is proposing cuts to reading programs next fiscal year. The panel stripped funding for a supplemental reading program and the Bright Futures Program

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Huntin' & Fishin' With Harry

Huntin’ & Fishin’ With Harry Visits Parkview Elementary School

Parkview Elementary School celebrated Missouri Read In Day on Friday, March 13, with the theme of “Hooked On Reading.” Harry Hoffert, host of “Huntin’ and Fishin’ with Harry” on KXKX-FM and brother of second grade teacher Melissa Johnson, stopped by to read to students

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Missouri Senate Discusses Anti-Bullying Policies In Schools

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A bill that would require Missouri school districts to meet new state requirements for anti-bullying policies is moving to the Senate. The measure to require school anti-bullying policies include procedures for reporting, investigating and responding to bullying passed the House

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Jennie Jaynes Stadium
New Jennie Jaynes Stadium (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Jennie Jaynes Activities Complex Officially Opens [PHOTOS]

The Sedalia School District finally got the red ribbon cutting ceremony in a beautiful afternoon for the public to come see the new Jennies Jaynes Activities Complex. Superintendent Brad Pollitt welcomed everyone to the new Jennie Jaynes, along with School Board President, Dr

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Marina Scheiner's Child Development Class
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Students in teacher Marina Scheiner’s Child Development class at Smith-Cotton High School display the mini books they created that were donated to the Pettis County Health Department Women, Infant and Children Program.

S-C Students’ Books To Help Young Mothers

Students in teacher Marina Scheiner’s Child Development class at Smith-Cotton High School recently created books to help educate new mothers.

Scheiner said: “We have been learning about the potential damage to the fetus during pregnancy as a result of lifestyle and behavior choices by the mother

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