New animal shelter being built

October 22, 2014 Local

By Randy Kirby Managing editor An official ground-breaking ceremony was held at 11 a.m. Wednesday for Sedalia’s new animal shelter, which is being built by the Sue Heckart Family Foundation […]

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S-C boys place second in WCC

October 22, 2014 Sports

The Smith-Cotton boys Cross Country team placed second in the West Central Conference meet held Monday afternoon at Clover Dell Park after placing a total of five runners in the […]

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Green Ridge Lady Tigers crowned District 10 champs

October 21, 2014 Sports

The Green Ridge Lady Tigers are Class 1, District 10 champions after defeating the Stover Lady Bulldogs in three sets at Green Ridge Tuesday night. Green Ridge (21-8-2) plays District […]

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S-C freshmen/JV football post unbeaten season

October 21, 2014 Roundup

KANSAS CITY – Smith-Cotton’s combined freshmen and JV football squads overcame a sluggish start Monday afternoon, to pick up a 12-6 victory over the Center High Yellowjackets. The Tigers’ scores […]

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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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‘Trick or Trot’ draws 60 runners

October 21, 2014 Local

By Randy Kirby Managing editor The first annual “Trick or Trot” 5K run to benefit the Juvenile Drug Court was held last Saturday afternoon on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Erica […]

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Nixon to create commission to address issues raised by Ferguson events

October 21, 2014 State

ST. LOUIS COUNTY – Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that he will create an independent commission to study and make specific recommendations for how to make progress on the issues […]

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