Roadrunners Secure 67 – 65 Win Over West Plains Grizzlies
The SFCC Roadrunners used a pair of free throws from freshman guard/forward Naysean Baisy of Seattle, Washington to secure a 67-65 victory
Search Warrant Yields Three Arrests in Sedalia
Three people were arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail. The other adults were released from the scene.
S-C’s Cook To Wrestle At Westminster
Smith-Cotton High School senior Triston Cook has accepted an academic scholarship and will wrestle at Westminster College in Fulton.
Horace Mann’s Cano-Romero Named Bell Ringer Winner For March
Horace Mann Elementary School bilingual interpreter Mireya Cano-Romero is the recipient of the Superintendent’s Bell Ringer Award for March.
Northwest Narrowly Defeats Sacred Heart Softball, 6 -5
The Sacred Heart varsity softball team was on the wrong end of a 6-5 defeat to Northwest R-5 on Tuesday.
Gremlin Golfers Come Up Short at Clinton
The Gremlins traveled to Clinton yesterday and came up a little short losing a close match to Windsor, 203-208.
Missouri State Fair Awards Scholarships to 4-H, FFA Youth
MSF Director Mark Wolfe has announced that 40 youth, selected from Missouri 4-H and FFA State Fair exhibitors, will be awarded scholarships
Lane closures scheduled for I-70 for guardrail work April 6-8
MoDOT Kansas City will be conducting guardrail work along eastbound I-70 overnight beginning on Tuesday, April 6, through Thursday, April 8.
New App Allows Retail Cashiers To Verify Authenticity Of IDs With Their Phones
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control has launched a free app to aid retail employees and other users in verifying the authenticity of IDs
Pavement inspection scheduled for portions of U.S. 50 beginning April 5
There will be various lane closures in the area and motorists are encouraged to plan ahead or find an alternate route if necessary.