UCM’s Best Takes Part in Diversity Panel Discussion
UCM President Roger Best recently participated in a panel discussion on diversity.
Denomme Named Pettis County’s New IT Director
Brett Denomme is the new Information and Technology Director for the County of Pettis.
SFCC Names Tucker Associate Head Women’s Soccer Coach
Roberto Tucker has been promoted to Associate Head Coach of the Lady Roadrunners soccer team.
Vivian Meyer Named Grand Marshall for Fourth Parade
Six-year-old Vivian Meyer was diagnosed with a Stage III Wilms tumor on Nov. 30, 2020, at the age of 5.
Heatstroke Can Kill Quickly In Hot Cars
On average, 37 children die in the U.S. each year from heatstroke in cars.
SFCC’s Avegalio Selected for 2022 Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program
Daniel Avegalio, State Fair Community College Dean of Student Services, has been selected to participate in the 2022 Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program
Nolands Donate $10,000 to SFCC’s Capital Campaign
The State Fair Community College Foundation has received $10,000 from Gary and Debbie Noland
Official: Upgrades Urged At Amtrak Crash Site, But No Action Taken
The toll from the accident rose to four deaths and 150 injuries.
Spring Fork To Remain Closed Through July 8
Springfork Lake will remain closed to the public through at least July 8.
S-C’s Glaster Makes Top 10 at HOSA Nationals
Smith-Cotton High School’s Jeffthan Glaster earned Top 10 honors in the National Geographic Family Medicine Career testing event