Did You Know March is Adopt a Rescued Guinea Pig Month?
The Humane Society of Missouri has a variety of unique pets available for adoption, including guinea pigs. Ironically, March is Adopt a Rescued Guinea Pig Month!
Post-Season Awards for Roadrunner Basketball Players
Two State Fair Community College Roadrunner basketball players earned postseason awards from the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Region 16 and the Missouri Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAC).
Sophomore guard Andre (A...
Sophomore guard Andre (A...
Former Marshall Resident Sentenced For Child Pornography
An Arkansas man, formerly of Marshall, Mo., was sentenced in federal court on March 12 for possessing child pornography.
Smith-Cotton Announces 2018 Football Schedule
No longer being affiliated with the West Central Conference in 2018, the Smith-Cotton football team will see a few familiar teams and some new opponents on their schedule.
6th Annual Devon's Beat 5K Run/Walk Date Set for 2018
The date for the 6th Annual Devon's Beat 5K Run/Walk along with other fundraising activities has been set for Saturday, April 7.
Ready To Be Part of One Million Candy Bars Being Given Away?
Now, let me take a step back...Oreo is giving away 1 million Oreo chocolate candy bars. When we say giving away one million candy bars, we mean one million candy bar coupons.
What's Happening at the Old Dollar General on Broadway?
I drove by the old Dollar General on Broadway, just west of State Fair Boulevard. There's some type of demolition going on. What's up?
What Local Bands Do You Remember in the Sedalia Area?
A lot of us have grown up listening to area bands. In fact, we might have been a part of them. Many garages were graced with young musicians trying to get their start. Which ones do you remember?
How Would You like to Learn How to Sign?
Signing is an important life skill that open up a new world of communication enabling you to interact with a whole new group of people. State Fair Community College is offering a class through it's Community Education program.
Fire Danger in the Area-No Burning!
If you were thinking about burning trash or maybe that brush pile that has building over the past few months, today is definitely not the day to do it!
Watch These Amazing Birds Swarm in the Sky
I've been traveling down a highway and all of a sudden I see a swarm of birds flying like they're part of a synchronized Olympic Flying Bird Team. Who are they and how do they do it?
State Archery Tournament for HS Students Coming to Branson
About 2,500 student archers from schools around the state will compete in the state tournament in Branson at the Branson Convention Center, March 23-24.
Mr. S-C Pageant Returns to Smith-Cotton High School March 8
The Mr. S-C pageant is back! Once a tradition at Smith-Cotton High, the event disappeared for decades before theatre teacher Teri Turner brought it back in 2016, when then-senior Seth Fraley emerged from the group pictured to win the crown.
Roadrunner Teams Continue Season with Region 16 Bball Tournament
State Fair Community College extends play into the post-season with the Region 16 Tournament. The #5 seeded Lady Roadrunners (14-16) will play at 1:00 p.m. against the #1 seeded Moberly Area Commnunity College (29-0). The #2 Roadrunners (19-9) will play #3 Mineral Area College (22-8) at 8:00 p.m.
Southern Uprising Tour Back at the 2018 Missouri State Fair
If you remember in 2017, the one concert that many had bought tickets for and planned to see at the Missouri State Fair was the Southern Uprising Tour. Unfortunately, the weather didn't cooperate. This year we're crossing our fingers.
Elms Hills Boil Water Notice Lifted
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has lifted the boil water notice for Elm Hills Utility Operating Company, Inc., (Public Water System ID #MO3048155.) The system is located near Sedalia, Missouri.
What Was Your Favorite-Albums, 8-Tracks, Cassettes, or CDs?
The method of delivering music to us over the years has definitely changed. When you grew up, especially in your teen years, what was your favorite?
Roadrunners Gear Up for Region XVI Tournament
The extended season for the State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners and Roadunners teams kicks off on the road.
Number of Reported Influenza Cases Starting to Decline
According to statistics reported by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, there's some good news for the influenza season.
Area High School Teams Move Forward to a State Basketball Title
With end of February and March right around the corner, the schedule is in full swing for area high school basketball teams.