JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon said today that a review of the Missouri Lottery’s operations has identified several areas for improvement and announced the appointment of four new members […]

S-C blanked by Owls, 0-9

September 18, 2014

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The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers  lost to Marshall, 0-9, Tuesday at the Liberty Park Tennis Courts. Singles results: Burton V Crawford 0-8 Matz V Pomerenke 0-8 Sproles V Lines 0-8 Reedy […]


The Smith-Cotton Lady Tiger golfers took on Marshall at Indian Foothills Golf Course on Wednesday with the following results: Olivia Funk was the medalist with a 42. Sedalia Smith Cotton’s […]

SH Junior High volleyball win Gremlin Invite

September 17, 2014 Roundup
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The Sacred Heart Junior High Volleyball team won their own Gremlin Invite, on Saturday Sept. 13. They beat Smith-Cotton in the finals 25-17, 15-25, & 25-22. They beat Bueker (Marshall) […]

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Observations: Animal shelter an asset to Sedalia and the area

September 17, 2014 Local

By Pete Daniels Contributing editor Among the more distressing things one might observe during any given day is the cruelty of some people toward small animals, such as dogs or […]

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Lady Bluebirds win at NW

September 17, 2014 Roundup

The Cole Camp Lady Bluebirds won in two sets Tuesday night at Hughesville. The Lady Bluebirds are now 5-1, while the Northwest Lady Mustangs are 3-7. Cole Camp plays Lincoln […]

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Mayor Galliher appointed to MML Board

September 17, 2014 Local

During the annual September Missouri Municipal League (MML) Conference in St. Charles, Mo., Sedalia Mayor Stephen Galliher was appointed to the MML Board of Directors. “I consider it a privilege […]

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