With the smell of smoke still hanging in the air, well over 200 people gathered on Osage Street in Sedalia to hold a candlelight vigil Thursday for a 128-year-old church that was devastated by a raging fire the night before.
The Smith-Cotton High School Media Center was filled with students, parents, coaches and District 200 administrators on Monday, Feb. 29 to witness five S-C athletes participate in a brief signing ceremony to play soccer at State Fair Community College next season.
The final night of rodeo action at the Mathewson Exhibition Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds saw a capacity crowd. Saturday night events included bronco busting, steer wrestling, calf roping, bull riding, barrel racing and mutton busting.
Country music has some great love songs in its repertoire, but even more romantic than tracks like "Through the Years," "You're Still the One" or "Forever and Ever, Amen" are the real-life love stories of country stars.