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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer The Missouri State Fair is known for having a wide variety of activities and items for the public’s viewing pleasure. For those interested in art, […]

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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer Sedalia Weekly Observer staff had a chance to sit down and speak with Missouri State Fair Marketing Director Tammie Nichols this Aug. 12 for a […]

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CMS Public Relations Aug 19, 2014 (Warrensburg) Central Missouri Speedway returns for more exciting dirt track racing action after a two-week break on Saturday, Aug. 23 with USRA Modifieds, Street […]

Tiger football start time pushed back

August 20, 2014 Roundup
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For those who are traveling to Republic Friday night for Smith-Cotton’s first regular season football game, the start time has been pushed back to 7:30 p.m. due to excessive heat […]

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Observations: Ferguson problems pose many questions

August 19, 2014 Local
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By Pete Daniels Contributing editor Ferguson, Mo., population 21,135, has assured its place in history in the most unsavory manner imaginable. Although the situation in that community is in a […]

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Observations: ‘Boredom’ can lead to interesting finds

August 19, 2014 Local
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By Pete Daniels Contributing editor Boredom is not a good thing. When it afflicts kids, mischief can result. When found in adults, it can have even worse results. But when […]

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S-C softball comes up short at jamboree

August 19, 2014 Roundup
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On Monday night at the Camdenton jamboree, the Lady Tigers softball team lost 4-2 to Marshfield, 13-0 to Camdenton and 12-0 to Iberia.

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