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June 2011

Farmers Market salutes military in July

June 29, 2011 Business
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The Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market is saluting military personnel during the month of July. All military personnel can receive a $2 off coupon redeemable with any market vendor throughout the [...]

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Firefighter’s Memorial Ride draws total of 125 bikes

June 29, 2011 Local
Bikers participating in the Firefighter’s memorial Ride travel eastward through Broadway and Engineer on June 25. Photo by Greg Melton.

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer Even a thirty-minute rain delay couldn’t dampen the spirits of the riders and workers at the Second Annual Sedalia Local #103 Firefighter’s Memorial Ride last [...]

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CACTUS Month

June 27, 2011 Local
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 Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn signed a proclamation on June 27 observing CACTUS Month in Sedalia. CACTUS (Community And Children Teaming Up 4 Success) has planned several fund-raising activities throughout July [...]

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Sean Simons

June 27, 2011 Community Profile
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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer For Airman First Class Sean Simons life is getting ready to be much cooler. Simons, a 2010 graduate of Smith-Cotton High School and a member [...]

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Jerry Curtis

June 27, 2011 Obituaries

Jerry Curtis, 75, formerly of LaMonte, died Friday, June 24, 2011 in Kansas City, Missouri. He was born May 19, 1936, the son of John and Lois (Ward) Curtis. Jerry [...]

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FEMA sets up Disaster Recovery Center at S-C Jr. High

June 27, 2011 Local
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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) along with the IRS and the Small Business Administration (SBA) have currently set up a temporary office atthe FEMA [...]

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Jackie C. Proffitt

June 27, 2011 Obituaries
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Jackie C. Proffitt, 61, of Sedalia, died Saturday, June 25, 2011, at his home. He was born on Dec. 14, 1949, in Excelsior Springs, a son of Cecil Grove and [...]

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