CMS Warrensburg Chamber Night Wins Go to Martin, Wood, Ebert, Ryun
Central Missouri Speedway’s Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce Night at the Races drew a solid crowd to the grandstands for competition in USRA Modified, Street Stock, B-Mod, and Pure Stock competition. All total, 69 drivers competed throughout the night in the four divisions.
McCoin, Cutshaw, Clancy, Brown Take Home Wins at Lucas Oil Speedway
Todd McCoin hopped out of his race car and pumped his fist. It was time to celebrate at a place where Lady Luck has not always riding alongside.
Motorcycle Accident Claims Life of Sedalia Man
A Sedalia man was killed in a one-vehicle motorcycle accident that occurred Thursday night in Dallas County.
Marshall Philharmonic Orchestra 53rd Season Finale Features Local Talent
The Marshall Philharmonic will close its 53rd Season on Sunday, April 17 featuring some of Marshall's most promising young talent.
New Mexico Man Sentenced to 20 years For Sexual Exploitation of Child
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that an Albuquerque, New Mexico, man was sentenced in federal court today for transporting a 13-year-old victim from Henry County, Mo., across state lines to engage in illicit sexual activity.
Missouri State Fair Scholarships Awarded to 4-H, FFA Youth To Be Recognized at State Conve…
Missouri State Fair Director Mark Wolfe announced today that 32 youth, selected from Missouri 4-H and FFA, will be awarded scholarships by the Missouri State Fair Foundation Youth in Agriculture (YIA) committee.
Benton County Cancer Benefit, Dinner, Dance Coming April 9
It's time once again for the annual Benton County Cancer Benefit, Dinner and Dance, scheduled for Saturday, April 9 at the Cole Camp American Legion.
Child Safe to Kick Off Child Abuse Prevention Month Friday
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Child Safe of Central Missouri is encouraging people across its 11-county service area to take simple actions every day that make a difference in the lives of children.
Missouri State Fair Receives International Recognition
The Missouri State Fair has been recognized as one of the best in the world by the International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE), Fair Director Mark Wolfe announced today.
Updated Information on Knife Incident at Smith-Cotton High School
On Monday, December 14 at 9:31 a.m., deputies from the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office responded to Smith-Cotton High School, 2010 Tiger Pride Blvd in Sedalia, on the report of a disturbance involving a student with a knife.