JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission today awarded resurfacing projects on state Routes 179, M, and Y in mid-Missouri. A project to resurface nearly 13 miles of […]


Jefferson City –Radio Shack, the national consumer electronics retailer, has proposed selling personally identifiable information for 117 million of its customers –including Missouri consumers – as part of its ongoing […]

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Sacred Heart got back on the winning side with a win Tuesday night, 17-4, at La Monte. Brendan Volcko was the winning pitcher. He threw four innings and gave up […]

Roberta Broeker appointed interim MoDOT director

April 1, 2015 State

JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has appointed Roberta Broeker as the interim director of the Missouri Department of Transportation. Broeker will assume the position when MoDOT’s […]

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Child Abuse Prevention Month observed

April 1, 2015 Local

Child Abuse Prevention Month was observed with a proclamation on Wednesday morning at the Pettis County Courthouse in the Commissioners’ Chambers. Sedalia Mayor Stephen Galliher, Presiding Commissioner David Dick and […]

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SFCC to raise tuition, add technology fee

April 1, 2015 Business

The State Fair Community College Board of Trustees Tuesday approved modest increases in tuition rates for the 2015-2016 academic year, which includes fall, spring and summer semesters. Tuition per credit […]

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S-C tennis Tigers get blanked at ‘Burg

April 1, 2015 Roundup

The Smith-Cotton tennis boys lost 0-9 to Warrensburg Tuesday night at Warensburg. Singles Cho vs O’Conner 3-8 Hedrick vs Scurlock 0-8 Lapine vs Lichten 5-8 Potts vs Manley 2-8 Carver […]

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