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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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Smith-Cotton Robotics Team Awarded Grant From NASA

Smith-Cotton High School's robotics team "Team SCREAM" has been awarded a $5,000 grant from NASA for the second year in a row. The grant goes toward Team SCREAM's registration fee for the FIRST Robotics Greater Kansas City Regional competition in March.

I think this is awesome. Hats off to the Smith-Cotton Robotics program. I don't know what kinds of things they're going to do at this competition, or what they're going to build, but I really hope it's Battlebots.

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From left to right: Smith-Cotton High School students Zac Volk, Rex Walters, Grant Waters, Aurora Rafael, Jill Vansell, Mariona Ward, Christian Sarabia, Marin Zalpa, Steven Bradbury, Abby Perkins, Nikkolle Warren and Monika Vaughn break ground on the site of the future athletic stadium.
From left to right: Smith-Cotton High School students Zac Volk, Rex Walters, Grant Waters, Aurora Rafael, Jill Vansell, Mariona Ward, Christian Sarabia, Marin Zalpa, Steven Bradbury, Abby Perkins, Nikkolle Warren and Monika Vaughn break ground on the site of the future athletic stadium.

Smith-Cotton High School Students Break Ground for New Stadium Complex [PHOTOS]

At noon, on a windy Friday (Nov. 8), a group of Sedalians, dignitaries and Smith-Cotton High School students gathered around the northwest corner of the future site of the new stadium.

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Smith-Cotton High School Head Football Mark Johnson Retiring

Head Football Coach Mark Johnson from Sedalia's Smith-Cotton High School announced on Thursday night (Nov. 8) that he will retire from coaching after 33 years.

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Smith-Cotton JROTC Raiders Named National Champions

On Saturday (Nov. 2), the Smith-Cotton JROTC Raider Team competed in Molena, Georgia for the National Championship title. The Raider Team has had a good season this year with many adversities and accomplishments.  The Raider Team has worked all season for the moment when they could rise above their competitors and once again earn the title of Raider National Champions.

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Sedalia’s Project Graduation Fundraiser Bringing Delicious Food and Chances to Win Cash [INTERVIEW]

The Smith-Cotton Project Graduation Fundraiser in Sedalia is a huge undertaking, and seems to get bigger and bigger every year.  Everyone in our area is interested in keeping families intact and healthy.  Nobody wants to have another tragic statistic added to the rolls, ruining what should be a proud celebration. 

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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 Celebrates 30 Year Class Reunion at Smith-Cotton Homecoming Parade

I know a lot of you always look forward to some of the photos I take during an event. You don't know how much that really touches my heart. I hope you really enjoy this series. Not only because it is of the Homecoming Parade, but it is from my point of view since I am on my class reunion's float

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Sacred Heart Faculty to Take On Smith-Cotton Faculty in Charity Basketball Game

Tonight (Oct. 1) the Sacred Heart faculty/spouses will take on Smith-Cotton faculty/spouses in a basketball on the State Fair Community College campus for charity.

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