Shown are scenes from the Community Multicultural Event for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., held Saturday, Feb. 28 at the Sedalia Housing Authority’s community building on the Anthony Buckner Complex […]


KCP&L prepares year-round so that if outages occur we can get our customers’ power back on as soon as possible. • Severe weather can take many forms and each one […]


WASHINGTON – As part of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is increasing the options for refrigerants used in various kinds of refrigeration and air […]

SFCC nursing students host health fair

March 2, 2015 Local

By Randy Kirby Managing editor State Fair Community College nursing students sponsored a free public health fair March 2 in the Thompson Conference Center in the Heckart Science and Allied […]

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SCJH’s Young named social studies teacher of year

March 2, 2015 Business

Ashley Young, freshmen social studies teacher at Smith-Cotton Junior High, was honored Saturday, Feb. 28, as the Missouri Council for the Social Studies Teacher of the Year for 2015 during […]

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Green Ridge R-8 honors 2015 athletic seniors

March 2, 2015 Roundup

Green Ridge High School honored its 2015 athletic seniors with a special ceremony held on Senior Night, Feb. 19, which was also the Tigers’ final home game of the regular […]

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Boonville ends Lady Bluebirds’ season in District 13 title match

March 1, 2015 Roundup

The Cole Camp Lady Bluebirds’ season came to an end Saturday at Versailles, where they were defeated by the Boonville Lady Pirates, 64-35, in the Class 3, District 13 title […]

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