Budweiser Clydesdales To No Longer Train in New Hampshire
The brewing company says the horse training facility at the Merrimack brewery is being relocated to a state-of-the-art breeding facility near Boonville
Missouri Teacher Suspended after Student Dresses as Klansman
A southern Missouri teacher who oversaw a history class presentation in which a ninth-grader dressed as a member of the Ku Klux Klan has apologized for a “lapse of judgment” and is suspended indefinitely, the superintendent of the predominantly white district said Tuesday.
4th Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive at Sedalia Walmart
The 4th annual food drive to benefit the Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri is scheduled for November 19 at Walmart in Sedalia.
SFCC Celebrates First Generation Students and Grads in TRIO
For the second year, State Fair Community College’s TRiO program has participated in the nationwide recognition of first generation students and graduates by hosting a reception in Yeater Center on Sedalia campus.
Treasurer Eric Schmitt will Become Missouri Attorney General
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Tuesday named fellow Republican state Treasurer Eric Schmitt to replace Sen.-elect Josh Hawley as the state’s next attorney general.
Sedalia Man Injured in Johnson County Crash
A 2016 Chevy driven by 19-year-old Sydnee L. Ellis of Kingsville entered the intersection, began traveling west and was struck in the rear by the Ford.
Smithton Man Loses Control of Ford on Route W
A vehicle was totaled on Monday when it slid off a snow-covered roadway in Pettis County.
Two People Injured in Weather-Related Pettis County Crash
The wreck occurred on Highway 50, east of Route MM, when a 2009 Ford Flex and a 2018 Toyota Camry were eastbound on 50 when the Camry suddenly rotated sideways
Prosecution Deferred Against Missouri Teacher in Sex Case
A former Dexter High School industrial arts teacher will not be prosecuted for now in response to the wishes of a student with whom she allegedly had a relationship.
Windsor Resident Killed in Head-On Collision
A 62-year old woman from Windsor, MO was killed Monday morning after a head-on vehicle collision in Henry County.
Popular Assistant High School Coach Dies in Hunting Accident
Officials say a southwest Missouri high school coach has died in a hunting accident.
UCM to Host Holiday Market
The annual Holiday Market at the University of Central Missouri Elliott Student Union will take place on Wednesday, November 28.
Stan Lee Dead at 95
The creator of Marvel passed away on Monday.
Smithton R-6 Announces Early Out Monday
Due to inclement weather, the Smithon R-6 School District will be dismissing school at 12:42 p.m. today,
Tonight's Basketball Games Postponed, Smith-Cotton AD Notes
The 7th grade basketball games at Versailles tonight are postponed until Thursday due to the snowy weather.
Private College Students Kidnapped, Sexually Assaulted
A convicted felon has been charged with abducting two Christian college students and forcing them to perform sex acts on each other at gunpoint after they violated curfew and were locked out of their southwest Missouri campus.
Mo State Parks Announces $2 Rate Increase for Campsites
Campers will see a $2 per night increase for all on-season campsites with electricity. Basic campsite rates will remain at $13 per night
All-Conference Volleyball Players Announced in Kaysinger
All-Conference Volleyball Kaysinger Conference players were announced last week:
Homicide Under Investigation in Southeast Missouri
Authorities are investigating a woman's death in southeast Missouri as a homicide.
Area Crime Reports for November 12, 2018
He then attempted to flee by pushing away from the officers. It was at that point “the subject was assisted to the ground and taken into custody.”