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Three Missouri Valley College Players Named To The 2014 NAIA Men’s Soccer All-America Team

Marshall, Mo. (December 8, 2014)- Three members of the No. 9 Missouri Valley College men’s soccer team have been named to the 2014 NAIA Men’s Soccer All-America Team announced Monday.  The three selections a

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UCM Commencement Set For Friday And Saturday

WARRENSBURG, MO (Dec. 9, 2014) – The University of Central Missouri will conclude the fall 2014 semester with commencement exercises Friday and Saturday,  Dec. 12-13 in the Multipurpose Building. In addition to conferring degrees on new graduates, the university will present three awards recognizing individuals for exceptional achievements

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THINKSTOCK
THINKSTOCK

Boonslick Regional Library Inspires Holiday Spirit in Mid Missouri [INTERVIEW]

The Boonslick Regional Library has a lot going on this holiday season in all the branches all over Mid Missouri.  In Sedalia, Warsaw, Boonville, and Cole Camp, things are really hopping.

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Light Out On Jennie Jaynes Stadium

Lights Out On Jennie Jaynes Stadium

As I was passing by Jennie Jaynes Stadium the other week, I couldn't help but think about all the games that stadium has hosted and all the memories of everyone who has stepped on the field to play under the lights on a Friday night

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Whittier Mini Golf
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Student Mariah Motley, left, lines up a putt as physical education teacher Mark Johnson, right, adjusts a corner board so it will provide the proper rebound angle on the miniature golf course Johnson created at Whittier High School. Whittier already had the green carpet, so Johnson bought about $20 worth of PVC pipe to create the course, and some of his golfing buddies donated the putters.

Whittier Students Introduced To Golf

With a piece of green carpeting, a little PVC pipe and some imagination, Mark Johnson is introducing his Whittier High School physical education students to the game of golf.

Johnson, an avid golfer himself, has created a six-hole miniature golf course “to give the kids an opportunity to do something they haven’t done before

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SC JROTC in Branson (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Smith-Cotton Army JROTC Drill Team Competed In Branson

On 22 November, 2014, the Smith-Cotton Army JROTC Drill Teams competed in their first competition of the season and brought home five trophies from Branson:  First place in Unarmed Color Guard, first place in Inspection, second place in Unarmed Platoon Exhibition, second place in Armed Platoon Regulation, and third place in New Cadet Squad

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ucmo.edu

Bid Acceptance for Final Phase of Golf Course Construction on UCM Board Agenda

WARRENSBURG, MO (Nov. 24, 2014) – Acceptance of a construction bid that allows the University of Central Missouri to complete the final phase of golf course renovation at Pertle Springs was among action items on the Board of Governors agenda when it met on campus Nov

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Turkey Cookies
Turkey Cookies (Courtesy of Dollar Tree Teacher Idea)

A New Thanksgiving Tradition: Oreo Cookie Turkeys

My daughter came home yesterday, very excited to share with me something she learned about while at Skyline Elementary. She told me that she wanted to make Oreo Cookie Turkeys.

I had no idea what she was talking about and she shared with me the directions on what is needed

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Gross! Here’s What’s Happening to Your Body When You Stuff Your Face on Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, make sure to be thankful for the fact that you can continue to eat, well after you've unzipped your pants and stretched your waist size to a number that some may confuse with an area code.

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Pettis County Drug Court Challenges Sedalia to Trivia Night [INTERVIEW]

One game that Boyfriendo and I like to play on the ol' gaming console is a rousing round of Trivial Pursuit. Though he might have to admit that he doesn't enjoy it as much as he used to, because I tend to win all the time.

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