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In tonight’s part five of The Roosevelts: An Intimate History on KMOS-TV, FDR brings the same optimism and energy to the White House that his cousin Theodore displayed. Aimed at ending the Depression, his sweeping New Deal restores the people's self-confidence and transforms the relationship between them and their government. Eleanor rejects

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Joint pain is the major complaint of millions of individuals who suffer from arthritis, who’ve injured themselves or who perform jobs that require some form of repetitive action. All joint pain sufferers share a common observation: the real pain of joint pain is that it is unrelenting

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U. S. Senator Claire McCaskill welcomed business owners interested in contracting with the U.S. government to the annual Procurement Conference Thursday, May 28, at the University of Central Missouri.

The conference is hosted by McCaskill, the Missouri Procurement Technical Assistance Centers and the Missouri Small Business and Technology Development Center at UCM

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Although exact details regarding the nation’s first Memorial Day celebration may still be a topic of debate , the spirit of the holiday – honoring the sacrifices of those who gave their lives in service to the United States – must not be forgotten

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Tackling the problem of creating human-powered transportation for use on Mars brought a group of students from the University of Central Missouri School of Technology together as a team to compete in the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge at the U

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Show-Me Honor Flight Radio Thon: May 21, 2015

The Show-Me Honor Flight Radiothon will be held on Thursday, May 21, 2015.  We’re giving you a chance to help send World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War Veterans to Washington D.C. to see their memorials

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Punt, Pass & Kick Competition at Jennie Jaynes Activity Complex

The Smith-Cotton football program will offer a Punt, Pass & Kick competition for area students May 23 at Tiger Stadium in the Jennie Jaynes Activity Complex.

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Bryant Motors
PHOTO: Kyle Herrick (center) with Bryant Motors presents SHS administrator, Gary Manning, (left) and S-C assistant principal (right), Joe Doyle, with a ceremonial check in the amount of $2,040 -- the amount raised from the Dodge Booster Club Test Drive Fundraiser. The money will be split equally between both schools.

Bryant Motors Donates To Smith-Cotton And Sacred Heart Schools In Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser

SEDALIA, MO – (May 15, 2015)  — On May 8, Bryant Motors, Smith-Cotton High School and Sacred Heart School hosted the “Dodge Booster Club Fundraiserand raised $2,040 that will be equally split between both schools. During

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Claps: Jessica Miranda, front, and her fellow seniors applaud after Sedalia 200 Board of Education President Dr. Jeff Sharp ticked off a long list of the Class of 2015’s accomplishments.
Claps: Jessica Miranda, front, and her fellow seniors applaud after Sedalia 200 Board of Education President Dr. Jeff Sharp ticked off a long list of the Class of 2015’s accomplishments.

Smith-Cotton High School Graduates 324 Students

The Smith-Cotton High School Class of 2015 marked its graduation Saturday night with Commencement ceremonies in the Mathewson Exhibition Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

The class of 324 graduates was led by valedictorian Abby Knight; salutatorian was Olivia Funk

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Sedalia Middle School
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Photo 1: Members of the Sedalia Middle School sixth grade band’s trombone section, from left, Orion Sanchez, Jayce Fly and Lowell Pillard, play “Carnival of Venice” during the instrumental music concert May 12 in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High.

Sedalia Middle School Performed Final Concert

Sedalia Middle School instrumental music students performed in their final concert of the school year May 12 in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High. The fifth grade orchestra performed the “William Tell Overture” by Gioachino Rossini and “Tiger Tango,” an original composition by director Michael Moellman

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