Faculty Member, Student Receive UCM Learning to a Greater Degree Awards
Ken Bias professor and coordinator of the physical education program, and Richard (Joey) Carter, a junior music education major from Blue Springs, Missouri, were recognized as recipients of the University of Central Missouri’s Learning to a Greater Degree Award (LTAGD) when the Board of Gover…
Face Covering Rule Remains in Effect in Pettis County
The Pettis County Health Center wants to remind the community that the Face Covering Rule remains in effect for the county.
Tropical Plants Can Spend Winter Indoors
It is possible to keep tropical patio plants indoors for another summer of enjoyment.
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
KCI Reports September Passenger Traffic
Passenger boardings were down 67.2 percent, with a total of 156,672 boarded.
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.
Sacred Heart Hosts Playground Ribbon-cutting Ceremony
Sacred Heart School celebrated the completion of the school's playground resurfacing.
Sacred Heart Hosts Playground Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
Sacred Heart School daycare, preschool, and kindergarteners join SHS leadership, parents, and members of the community for an official ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the installation of interlocking surface tiles that replaced the playground's pea gravel.
Virtual Marching Band Event Planned at UCM
UCM will host the Festival of Champions this year in a virtual format.