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Project SEARCH Teaches Sedalia’s Youth with Disabilities [INTERVIEW]

The Project SEARCH High School Transition Program is a unique, business led, one year school-to-work program that takes place entirely at the workplace. Total workplace immersion facilitates a seamless combination of classroom instruction, career exploration, and hands-on training through worksite rotations.

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NWS Peace Program Recruits Sedalia Families For International Students [INTERVIEW]

NWS Peace Program is a non-profit and Department of State approved program that's looking for families here locally to have some international students in their homes. 

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Women’s Service League of Sedalia’s Cupid’s Ball Tickets Go On Sale [INTERVIEW]

This time of year, a lot of little children's minds are steeped in fantasy.  One way to let the little ones continue their dreaming this holiday season is to get them their tickets to the annual Cupid's Ball.

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Preliminary design of new Smith-Cotton stadium provided by Sedalia 200

Sedalia School Board Approves Bid on Stadium Landscape Construction

The Sedalia 200 School Board met in a special public session at the Board of Education Office on Thursday (Nov. 21) to approve a bid on the initial dirt work on the new stadium at Smith-Cotton High School. The board approved a bid of $387,246.50 from Nemaha Landscape Construction, Inc. out of Nebraska.

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Help the PEACE Program Host International Students in Sedalia

NWS PEACE Program and the Department of State is seeking local families to host boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 18 from a variety of countries around the world for about five to 12 months.

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Sedalia JROTC Honors Veterans with Breakfast Ceremony [INTERVIEW]

A big holiday is coming up that means a lot to many of us here in the Mid-Missouri Area. With Whiteman Air Force base being so close, and so many of our brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, mothers, fathers and friends being active military or a veteran, everyone is affected in some way.  And our local young people want to be sure that that day is kept sacred and thankful. I'm talking about Veteran's Day, of course.

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Preliminary design of new Smith-Cotton stadium provided by Sedalia 200

Sedalia 200 School Board Approves Stadium Layout Design

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.

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Mothers Against Methamphetamine Offering Training Course for Children Affected by Meth [INTERVIEW]

Unfortunately, Missouri and Pettis County has a drug problem. I think we've all heard it in the news or seen it on the streets. Meth is a problem. Our Drug Enforcement officers do a great job of busting up labs and dealers, but then what?  What happens to the people who are addicted to this dangerous substance?  What happens to their families, who have watched their loved ones go through this struggle who feel powerless to help?  There is something that can be done, and is being done every day by the Mothers Against Methamphetamine, or MAMA.

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Where Will You Trick-or-Treat in Sedalia?

I just got some unfortunate news regarding the Sedalia Halloween this year.  I'm sure it won't be the end of Halloween as we know it, but it will certainly be something that will disappoint parents out there in our area. The Smith-Cotton DECA Trunk-or-Treat will not be happening.  

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Kevin Walker Photography

Sacred Heart and Smith-Cotton Faculty Hoop It Up for Charity

Last night, (Oct. 1) the Sacred Heart faculty and Smith-Cotton faulty went head to head at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center on the campus of State Fair Community College. Fans from both sides packed the stands and helped raise money for United Way. Along with the game, fans were entertained by cheerleaders from both schools, Smith-Cotton High Voltage, The SFCC Spirit Squad and the men and women Roadrunner basketball teams.

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