How About Some Pumpkin Guts Slime for Halloween?
As we all know, Fall is about pumpkins. With that being said, how about some fun for the kids by making some pumpkin guts slime. You may start realizing how much fun it used to be to sqush your fingers through this gooey stuff.
Cover Your Mom's Mums Monday Night
It's finally here...according to the National Weather Service, a frost/freeze warning is expected Monday night. So those mums that you bought for yourself or for your mother should be covered or set inside for the next 24-36 hours.
Smith-Cotton Winter Sports Schedules Released
As the Fall sports season rolls into the last days of the 2018 season, the Winter sports schedules are set for Sedalia Smith-Cotton student athletes.
Truman VA Hospital Ranked No. 1
In a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) All Employee Survey (AES), the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital recently was ranked No. 1 nationally. Truman VA has been ranked No. 1 throughout the VA by employees for the second consecutive year.
Say It Ain't So...Snow in the Forecast?
Are you ready for winter? Well maybe that's a little premature but we may get a winter-like blast of weather coming up the first of next week.
Check Out These Creepy Old-Time Halloween Costumes
It's getting closer. The masks, the makeup and the costumes on on the shelves. If you haven't already picked out what you or the kiddos are wearing for Halloween, it will happen very soon. If you're still wondering what to wear, we've got some ideas for you.
Why Do We Gain Weight in the Winter Months?
As we approach the holiday season many of us are just waiting for the special get-togethers with friends and/or family. Along with this comes a lot more food. Ever wonder why we tend to gain weight in the winter months? You may be surprised with the answer.
Date and Theme Set for 2018 Sedalia Christmas Parade
Mark it on your calendar. Saturday, December 1 at 10:00am. The Sedalia Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Christmas Parade in downtown Sedalia. This year's theme for the annual event is "Christmas Memories."
Less Than a Month Away From the Days Getting Shorter
We're less than four weeks away from the end of Daylight Savings Times. We fear this change more than a stinky diaper on a 6 month old baby after a jar of strained spinach.
How Do You Like Your Coffee? Vote To Let Us Know!
It's the elixir that gets us up and going every morning. For some we feel like we can't make it without a cup or two. For others it's not that big of a deal. What does coffee do for you every morning?
Fall Firearms Turkey and Archery Season Could Be Challenging
The Missouri Department of Conservation has advised hunters that "challenging" is the the way to possibly describe this fall turkey season.
Are You One of The Missourians That Have Dumped Trash Illegally?
We’ve all seen it as we stroll down the sidewalk, drive down the highway, or even if we head to the park: ugly, abandoned items, such as furniture, old mattresses or appliances like washing machines. It's becoming an increasing problem in towns and cities not only across the U.S. but als…
Area Businesses to Benefit from $5.1 Million Training Award
The Department of Economic Development’s Division of Workforce Development announced today the award of $5.1 million to 186 companies across Missouri to help train workers for new and existing positions. Sedalia businesses as well as others from around the area are included in those awards.
Missouri’s Minimum Wage Hike on November Ballot...Good or Bad?
Proposition B, it's on the ballot in November. Is this something that would benefit all concerned, or not?
Toto, We're Not in Kansas Anymore...Wait, Yes We Are!
It's a trip to the Jayhawk state for the Smith-Cotton Tigers as they land in Lawrence to play Free State High School in Friday night football.
Could These Foods Be Bad for Your Kids?
We're seeing it more and more. On the go from sunup to sundown. We're cut short on time more and more. Fast choices, fast food. It's convenient and it satisfies the kids, but is it safe for them?
Stay Alert During Harvest Time
Fall has arrived and so has the time for harvesting crops. Farming plays a vital role in Missouri’s economy, history, and identity. Heavier farm machinery traffic, especially on rural highways, will be ongoing for the next few weeks.
Smith-Cotton Tigers Host 4-0 Smithville Warriors
I know you've heard it before. Are you ready for some football? It's here and it's in our backyard as the Tigers host a tough warriors team at Jennie Jaynes Stadium.
Sedalia Awarded Grant from Missouri Department of Conservation
With 38 grants totaling $302,346 to Missouri communities, Sedalia was included in the list of grants being awarded through the Tree Resource Improvement and Maintenance (TRIM) grant program by the Missouri Department of Conservaton (MDC).
Major Renovation for Elliott Student Union at UCM
One of the most-heavily used student areas on campus, the Elliott Student Union, will be renovated according to the University of Central Missouri.