JEFFERSON CITY – Nicole Galloway took the oath of office today to become Missouri’s 37th State Auditor. Missouri Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary R. Russell swore in Galloway, a certified […]


The Department of Natural Resources is now accepting public comments on the Missouri Statewide Groundwater Restoration Plan. The plan was established to restore, preserve and protect groundwater resources throughout the […]


The Smith-Cotton Tigers beat the Warrensburg Tigers, 7-2, on Monday at Dey Field at Liberty Park Stadium. S-C (15-3) travels to Hickman on Wednesday and O’Hara on May 1.  Photos […]

S-C girls break school record in 4×400 relay

April 27, 2015 Sports

Results from a tri-meet at Tiger Stadium on Friday, April 24 are listed below: In the Girls 100-Meter Dash, S-C’s R. Hockett was first with 15.09. S-C’s K. Kinner was […]

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MU School of Medicine receives top 10 award for third consecutive year

April 27, 2015 Business

COLUMBIA, Mo. . — The University of Missouri School of Medicine today received an American Academy of Family Physicians Top 10 Award for its consistent contributions to building the family […]

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Sedalia woman suffers serious injuries in rollover accident

April 27, 2015 State

A Sedalia woman suffered serious injuries in an accident that occurred at 12:50 p.m. on Friday on Cedar Drive, 0.7 miles north of Griessen Road. Whitney M. White, 20, was […]

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Baseball Grems shut out NW, 10-0, in conference tourney

April 27, 2015 Roundup
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The Sacred Heart Gremlins beat the Northwest Mustangs, 10-0, in six innings to open the Kaysinger Conference Tournament Saturday. Chance Spangler needed only 72 pitches to throw a six-inning no […]

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