Contractor Selected for the First Improve I-70 Project
Missouri Highways & Transportation Commission has selected Millstone Weber as the apparent best-value proposer and Design-Build contractor of the first project in MoDOT’s Improve I-70 Program.
Human Remains Identified As Missing Osage County Man
The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control announces the recovery of human remains, identified as Derek C. Holtmeyer, 35, of Linn, Missouri.
S-C Wrestlers Make CMAC All-Conference Team, Hulsey Named Coach Of The Year
A dozen Smith-Cotton High School wrestlers were named to the CMAC All-Conference teams for their performance in the 2023-24 wrestling season.
Amanda Jackson Named Principal at Washington Elementary
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education on Monday night approved the promotion of Amanda Jackson to principal at Washington Elementary School, effective July 1.
SFCC to Offer Motorcycle Basic Rider Course
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s Basic Rider Course (BRC) is a two-day basic riding session at the Sedalia campus
SFCC Clinton Campus Now Enrolling students for Practical Nursing program
State Fair Community College - Clinton (SFCC-Clinton) is now enrolling students for the Fall semester for Professional Certificate in Practical Nursing.
MoDOT Plans Maintenance Work in Johnson, Pettis Counties, February 13-16
The Missouri Department of Transportation will be performing work In Johnson and Pettis counties Feb. 13-16.
SFCC to Close Feb. 19 for Presidents Day
State Fair Community College and extended campus locations will close Feb. 19.
S-C Names Courtwarming Royalty for 2024
Senior Kendall Jackson was crowned Courtwarming queen and senior Ziek Barth-Fagan was named Courtwarming king at S-C.
EVent at UCM Focuses on Suicide Prevention & Mental Health
Cos4Hope will host “HopeCon+Walk” April 13 at UCM in Warrensburg.