The Sacred Heart Gremlins scored a Class 2, District 14 trophy after defeating Osceola, 76, 64, Monday night at Windsor High School, which hosted the MSHAA District 14 Tournament this […]


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 […]

EPA approves new climate-friendly refrigerants

March 2, 2015 National

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 […]

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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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