Traumatic circumstances and surroundings affect students in different ways, so they can have differing impacts on behavior and the ability to learn, according to Dr. Patsy Carter of the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Todd Oliver, a nationally known comedian, ventriloquist and entertainer will be bringing his “amazing talking dog," Irving, to the Heckart Performing Arts Center on Saturday. Todd and Irving stopped by the station for a visit. We're pretty sure this is the first time we've interviewed a dog on the radio.
Mary Poppins is the 2016 fall musical at Smith-Cotton High School. The show will run from November 18-20 at the Heckart Performing Arts Center, and theatre teacher and director Teri Turner has announced the full cast for the show.
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 stru
By BOB SATNAN Sedalia 200 (SEDALIA, Mo.) - Putting students ahead of the scoreboard was the message Friday morning (Aug. 2) during a professional development session for Sedalia School District 200 coaches and activity sponsors.