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Friday, January 4, 2013

S-C Jr. High girls’ teams sweep Marshall

January 4, 2013 Roundup
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Both the Smith-Cotton Junior High girls A and B teams swept Marshall Thursday night. S-C won the A game 30-19. Brianna Pollitt led S-C with 11 points. Kiara Williams added [...]

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Luxury apartments coming to Trust Building, developer says

January 4, 2013 Local
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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer The historic Trust Building in downtown Sedalia has long set empty and Greg Rodewald with Crowne Development, out of Oklahoma City, is looking to change [...]

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Selling ‘treasures’ not a ‘heavy’ burden for them

January 4, 2013 Business
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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer This past Halloween Michael and Donna Randall followed their dreams and opened Heavy’s Treasure Thrift Store in historic downtown Sedalia. The store is named after [...]

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Gerald Harvey

January 4, 2013 Obituaries

Gerald Harvey, age 87, a resident of Chillicothe, went home to meet his Lord at The Baptist Home, Chillicothe, on Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013. He was born the son of [...]

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S-C Lady Tigers lose three dual meets

January 4, 2013 Roundup
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The Smith-Cotton Lady Tiger swim team lost three dual meets in a quad meets Jan. 3 at the Joseph W. Arbisi Memorial Swimming Pool at the Sedalia Middle School. S-C [...]

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La Monte Jr. High drops opener

January 4, 2013 Roundup
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The La Monte Junior High boys’ basketball team lost its season opener 49-21 to Sacred Heart Thursday. Nick Younce led La Monte with nine points. Kieran Rich and Charlie Fletcher [...]

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Roadrunners edge John Wood at home

January 4, 2013 Roundup
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The State Fair Community College Roadrunners edged the John Wood Community College Trailblazers 86-79 Thursday night at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center. The Roadrunners improved to 11-5 overall and [...]

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