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Sedalia Chamber of Commerce Brings Fun and Education with Women’s Expo [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their annual Women's Expo coming up on July 17th on the State Fair Community College Campus.

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SFCC Kids College Keeps Summer Learning [VIDEO]

SFCC offers many ways to fill your children’s summer days with play, learning and exploration.

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Amigos De Cristo and VISTA Hosting Program to Help Teen Parents in Sedalia [INTERVIEW]

The recurrence of teen parenting is something that's become a reality all over the world, and it's happened here in Sedalia too. These young people can often feel scared, alone, intimidated and lost when faced with the reality of being a young parent. The Amigos De Cristo and VISTA are working to help these young people through the process.

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The Magic of Reading Gets Sedalia Kids Learning [INTERVIEW]

Preschool through 12th graders are invited to sign up for “The Magic of Reading” with the Sedalia Public Library’s Winter Reading program. The program started January 21, but don't think that because it's started that you can't still join up. 

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Gov. Jay Nixon to Discuss Missouri Higher Education Budget

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Jay Nixon plans to discuss college affordability and funding for higher education.

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Sedalia Pizza Hut and Dough 4 Schools Will Raise Money for Parkview Christian School

There will be a benefit for the Parkview Christian School.  Pizza Hut will have Dough 4 Schools to benefit Parkview Christian School.  

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Missouri Education Committee Releases Report

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri House interim education committee is recommending changes to student transfers, more funding for early childhood education and increased learning time for students.

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Governor Nixon Applauds Oak Grove High School For Its Continued Academic Achievement

OAK GROVE, MO – Gov. Jay Nixon visited Oak Grove High School to recognize the school district and its students for their continued academic achievement and to discuss his efforts to ensure all students in Missouri have access to a quality education that prepares them to succeed in college and the career of their choice.  To make sure Missouri schools have the resources to provide the world-class education students need and deserve, Gov. Nixon recently announced his commitment to fully fund the state’s foundation formula for Missouri public schools by the end of 2016.

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