Ashcroft: How to Be Educated, Prepared on Election Day
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft is outlining what Missourians can do to ensure they are prepared on Election Day.
Smith-Cotton's Harvey Honored For Work With JAG Program
Amanda Smith presented Smith-Cotton JAG Specialist Amanda Harvey with two awards during a Sedalia 200 Board of Education meeting
Sacred Heart Varsity Volleyball Beats Concordia in Five Sets
Sacred Heart Varsity Volleyball beat Concordia in the second round of Class 1 District 13 Volleyball
JoCo Sheriff Deputies Help Combat Human Trafficking in Oak Grove
Johnson County Sheriff's Deputies were part of a multi agency operation to combat human trafficking in Oak Grove.
How to Stay Safe from the Coronavirus While Trick or Treating
The Pettis County Health Center has released some suggestions on how to trick or treat safely whether you're getting the treats or giving out the treats.
Various Lane Closures Scheduled for I-435 and I-70 This Week
MoDOT Kansas City will have various lanes and ramps closed this week for guard rail installation, rumble strip work, and pavement marking work this week beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Winter Sports Schedule Changes For Smith-Cotton High School
According to Rob Davis, Activities Director for Smith-Cotton High School, there are some changes for the up-coming winter sports schedules.
UCM Theatre & Dance Presents “Tilikum”: A Virtual Production
UCM Theatre and Dance will present the play “Tilikum” on the college's YouTube channel