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SFCC, WAFB sign ‘memorandum of understanding’

October 21, 2014 Business

State Fair Community College and Whiteman Air Force Base recently signed another five-year memorandum of understanding enabling the college to offer educational degree programs to Whiteman personnel. SFCC has offered [...]

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PCAD hears update on district, SPD dispatch merger

October 15, 2014 Business

During its regular meeting Oct. 14, the Pettis County Ambulance District Board of Directors heard an update on the ongoing implementation of moving the district’s dispatch services to the Sedalia [...]

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Jake’s Creative Woodworks to expand

October 8, 2014 Business

Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County joined officials from Jake’s Creative Woodworks, Inc. to celebrate the announcement of an expansion for the company,  located at 32805 Ringen School Road south of Smithton. [...]

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SFCC hires new faculty, professional staff

October 2, 2014 Business

State Fair Community College announces the recent hiring of new faculty and professional staff. Faculty Kayla Allison, Nursing instructor, SFCC-Eldon Professional Staff Donal Buckner, Admissions and Outreach advisor Renee Cella, [...]

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PCAD completes first training class

September 30, 2014 Business
PCAD Class

The Pettis County Ambulance Distract recently completed its first training course with 11 people receiving their EMT certification. The inaugural class marks the beginning of PCAD’s commitment to provide ongoing [...]

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SFCC’s DeJaynes selected for leadership program

September 25, 2014 Business
MASFAP Lana DeJaynes

State Fair Community College Outreach Coordinator Lana DeJaynes has been selected to be a member of the 2015 Missouri Association of Student Financial Aid Personnel Leadership Development Program. This is [...]

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CTC approved for NAP tax credits

September 22, 2014 Business

The Missouri Department of Economic Development has approved up to $37,500 in NAP tax credits for the renovations to the Ewing Vocational Center. The state tax credits could leverage at [...]

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