The Missouri House of Representatives has announced that the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education will host a regional meeting for the West Central area at the Smith Cotton High School Cafeteria on September 20, at 6:00 p.m.
You know, it's a strange thing, but I've never sat down and thought about the idea of work. I guess it was just always assumed that I'd get a job, since I'm not independently wealthy or something. It's almost something taken for granted.
Each year, more than 4 million people in over 20 countries raise much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer through the Relay For Life movement. Relay for Life of Pettis County will have its team captain and committee meeting on Thursday, Feb. 20.
The Sedalia City Council met at City Hall on Monday night (Nov. 4) for its regularly scheduled meeting. The main item on the council’s agenda was a public hearing on the annexation of the Cambridge Village Subdivision adjacent to Skyline Elementary School.
The Sedalia 200 School Board met in the Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School on Monday night (Oct. 28). One of the items on the board’s agenda was the stadium design for the new athletic complex planned on the grounds of Smith-Cotton High School. The board approved the layout design, and the school district will now be seeking bids for the stadium.
The Sedalia City Council held a special meeting Monday night (Oct. 29) to present a draft for an ordinance on mandatory building inspections for downtown buildings. Following a presentation of the ordinance by Sedalia City Administrator Gary Edwards, Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn asked for comments from the downtown building owners in attendance.
The Sedalia City Council met Saturday morning (Oct. 12) in a work session with only one item on the agenda: Sedalia's smoking ban. After the city council split 4-4 on a vote to leave the current smoking ban unchanged, Mayor Elaine Horn's tie-braking vote supported the option, resulting in no changes to the ban. The city council may revisit the issue in 60 days.
The Sedalia Park Board met in the Historic Convention Hall Thursday night with several items on its agenda. The board accepted a bid of $578,400 from Septagon Construction in Sedalia to be the Construction Manager for the proposed Community Center.
The committee to save Camp Sacajawea met last night (Aug. 28) for the first time since the Girl Scouts of Missouri Heartland Council presented what they needed to do to help save the camp. The council told local Girl Scout leaders on Aug. 13 that they would have to present a three-year plan to show how they intend to maintain the property, how they intend to find new money for fundraisers, how they intend to use and increase the use of the property and how they need to finance the property.
Many Girl Scout leaders and supporters of the program showed up at a meeting held at the Sacajawea West Shelter House last night (Aug. 13), as CEO of the Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland Anne Soots gave the leaders an overview of the status of Camp Sacajawea and how the leaders need to make a plan to keep the camp going since the Council announced in June that they planned to divest of the camp.
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