SH Junior High Speech Team Talks it Up at Bellarmine Speech Meet
The Sacred Heart Junior High Speech team participated in and hosted the Junior High Bellarmine Speech Contest on Saturday.
Sedalia Council Passes Resolution for County-Wide Road Tax Allocation
The public should be aware of the background surrounding the changes the Pettis County Commissioners have announced regarding allocations to Cities of the half-percent Road and Bridge county-wide sales taxes.
SFCC Theatre Program Students & Faculty Recognition at KCACTF Region V
Several State Fair Community College students and faculty members were recognized and received awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
Sacred Heart Lady Grems End Season With 51-32 loss to Bunceton
Sacred Heart ended up with a 2-23 record.
Ten S-C Students Qualify For FBLA State Competition
Smith-Cotton High School will send 10 students to the state FBLA competition based on their performances in the district-level event.
Kemp Named DAISY Award Winner at WMMC
Morgan Kemp, RN, has been named the DAISY Award winner at Western Missouri Medical Center in Warrensburg.
Women’s Service League’s Cupid’s Ball is March 2
The Women’s Service League of Sedalia is planning its 25th Annual Cupid’s Ball for Saturday, March 2.
UCM Provost Bridgmon Named Recipient of Fulbright U.S. International Education Administrator Award
Phil Bridgmon, Ph.D., has received a Fulbright U.S. International Education Administrator award to India from the US Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.
Contractor Selected for the First Improve I-70 Project
Missouri Highways & Transportation Commission has selected Millstone Weber as the apparent best-value proposer and Design-Build contractor of the first project in MoDOT’s Improve I-70 Program.
Human Remains Identified As Missing Osage County Man
The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control announces the recovery of human remains, identified as Derek C. Holtmeyer, 35, of Linn, Missouri.