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What Was Your Favorite Afternoon Snack after School?
You remember...it was a long day battling with teachers, lockers, homework assignments that the dog ate, and those pop quizzes. But after school you knew you could find solace with your favorite go to after school treat. What was yours?
9/11 Took Place 17 Years Ago Today
It's pretty much etched into our minds. On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks took place as hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center, at the Pentagon and another crashed in the woods in Pennsylvania.
Upcoming Autumn Festivals Worthy of a Day Trip
According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, on Saturday evening, September 22, at 8:54 p.m., the September or fall equinox arrives. Autumn becomes a reality. For many, this time of year is their favorite.
SFCC Celebrating 50 Years
On September 16, 1968 the doors were opened for 436 students at State Fair Community College. With one building measuring approximately 35,000 square feet, the campus came to life.
Second Week of HS Football Games Around the Area
After last Friday night's first game of the season, the Smith-Cotton Tigers came out on top, 21-17, over Moberly. This week the Tigers travel east to Columbia to District 4 foe, Battle High School.
Marshall Prepares for State Corn Husking Championship
If you've ever felt the urge to follow in your ancestors footsteps and head out to the farm and start tearing away the husk on some field corn, this may be for you. The Missouri State Corn Husking Championships are taking place September 20-22 in Marshall.
What Did You LIke Most About the 2018 Missouri State Fair?
It's hard to believe after all the hype and buildup, 11 days of fun under the sun has drifted off into the sunset (or rain). What did you like most about this year's Missouri State Fair?
Kicking off the first day of the fair on August 9, it was the Come Home For Family Day...
Today is a Special Day at the Missouri State Fair
With it being the Tuesday of the Missouri State Fair, it's not only something spectacular with the celebration of Farm Families on Farm Bureau/Farm Family Day but also Farmers Care Food Drive $2 Tuesday.
Which is Worse-Bad Breath or B.O.?
We've all had it happen at one time or another. You walk up to someone and say hello. They respond but you don't hear their response. All you do is smell their bad breath. Or someone comes up to you and their fragrance is overwhelming, and it's not good!
Haircuts for Kids Heading Back to School
Smith-Cotton DECA and Axis Salon and Spa is hosting 'Back 2 School Cuts 4 Kids' Monday. August 20, from 12 noon - 6 p.m. at Axis Salon and Spa, 2406 South Limit, in Sedalia, MO. The free haircuts for kids (Ages 5-18) are for those headed back to school.
BRHC sponsoring Sports Medicine Clinic at Smith-Cotton
Bothwell Regional Health Center is offering a sports medicine clinic designed for coaches, athletic directors, athletic staff, trainers, student athletes and their parents Wednesday, August 15, from 1-4 pm at the Smith-Cotton High School Auditorium (Heckart Performing Arts Center) in Sedalia.