Springfork Lake Closed Through October 5
Springfork Lake will be closed to the public from Sept. 21 until Oct. 5
SHS Dress Down Day Lifts Up DeFeet
Sacred Heart faculty, staff, and students dressed down to lift up DeFeet, a local organization that raises awareness of mental health issues and suicide prevention.
SFCC Men Score Win Over SW Illinois
SFCC (4-2-1) picked up a 1-0 shutout victory over Southwestern Illinois College at the Fred E. Davis Sports Complex on Sunday, Sept. 12.
Double OT Results in No Score for Either Team at SFCC
SFCC took on St. Charles Community College
Lady Roadrunners Suffer 3-1 Loss to SW Illinois
SFCC (5-1-1) dropped a 3-1 match to eighth-ranked Southwestern Illinois College on Sunday, Sept. 12 at the Fred E. Davis Sports Complex.
SFCC, St. Charles Women Tie
SFCC and St. Charles Community College played to a 1-1 draw
Missouri Bicentennial Struggle for Statehood Exhibit in Lee’s Summit
UCM is bringing to the Kansas City area the Struggle for Statehood, Missouri’s Official Bicentennial Exhibit.
S-C JROTC Cadet Goodwin Earns Bronze Cross
Sedalia District 200 Board of Education President Diana Nichols presented S-C JROTC Cadet Leia Goodwin with a Legion of Valor Bronze Cross.
Bothwell Foundation Presents Two AEDs to Sedalia Parks & Rec
The Bothwell Foundation recently presented two automated external defibrillators (AED) to the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department
More Than 1,000 Pounds Of Grapes Taken From Liberty Church
Liberty police are investigating the theft of 1,500 pounds of grapes from a church.