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Skyline Character Kids for March listed

March 25, 2015 Student
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Skyline Elementary School has named its Character Kids for March. The character word for March is honesty. Front Row: Maverick Miller, Katelyn Sweeney, Carson Bates, Mia Ross. Second Row: Brylee [...]

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S-C vocal music director Kindle resigns; going back to school

March 24, 2015 Business
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Christopher Kindle, who elevated Smith-Cotton High’s show choirs to multiple Grand Champion awards, has resigned his position as director of vocal music after being accepted into the University of Missouri-Columbia’s [...]

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University of Missouri Extension dinner, auction generates $5,600

March 24, 2015 Business
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The University of Missouri Extension Pettis County came together with the community on March 13 to hold their annual dinner and auction. This year’s event aimed to raise funds to [...]

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Otto releases 2014 Statewide Single Audit

March 24, 2015 State
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JEFFERSON CITY (March 24, 2015) – Missouri Deputy State Auditor Harry Otto released the 2014 Statewide Single Audit today. Because of the compound nature of this report, no overall rating [...]

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Otto releases audit of Attorney General’s Office

March 24, 2015 State
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JEFFERSON CITY (March 24, 2015) – Missouri Deputy State Auditor Harry Otto released the audit of the Missouri Attorney General’s office (AGO) today. In the areas audited, the overall performance [...]

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Stacy Curry to join S-C High administrative team

March 24, 2015 Business
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Stacy Curry, a freshmen science teacher at Smith-Cotton Junior High, will move to Smith-Cotton High School as an assistant principal for the 2015-16 school year. Her promotion was approved by [...]

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S-C teacher offers job shadowing for students

March 24, 2015 Student
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Smith-Cotton High School science teacher John Lamar also serves as a medical technologist at Fitzgibbon Hospital in Marshall, where he provides job shadowing for his students interested in occupations in [...]

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