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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Seth A. Wagenknecht

July 30, 2013

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Seth Wagenknecht

Seth Alan Wagenknecht, 57, of Sedalia, died Tuesday, July 30, 2013, at his parent’s home in Sedalia after battling  cancer for more than two years. He was born Oct. 17, [...]

Meg-Becky

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer Between 60 and 70 people were in attendance at the first annual Downtown Sedalia Awards Celebration/kick-off meeting Tuesday night at Maple Leaf Antiques and Tea [...]

PettisCoSeal

“In an ongoing effort to reduce operating expenses, to continue our green initiative and to maintain our beautiful county facilities, the Pettis County Commission authorized Mr. James Theisen; our county [...]

Yoakum signs with SFCC

July 30, 2013 Roundup
SFCC-roadrunners

The State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners have signed Cleveland, Mo., native Kathleen Yoakum for the 2013-2014 season. Yoakum played high school basketball for head coach Chad Dean at Cass [...]

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Bothwell Auxiliary awards nursing scholarship

July 30, 2013 Student
Karen Suroff, Bothwell Auxiliary, left, congratulates April Rogers, Bothwell nurse’s aide, for receiving the Auxiliary’s annual nursing scholarship.

Bothwell Regional Health Center Auxiliary recently awarded its annual nursing scholarship to April Rogers. Rogers, a nurse’s aide in the Critical Care Unit at Bothwell, plans to pursue a degree [...]

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Dr. Fobian named AVMA president

July 30, 2013 Business
Dr. Clark Fobian

(CHICAGO, Illinois) July 23, 2013—Dr. Clark K. Fobian of Sedalia, begins a one-year term as president of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) by pledging to bring the association members [...]

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Bridge club results from July 25 listed

July 30, 2013 Club
BridgeHand

The Sedalia Duplicate Bridge Club met July 25 at the Senior Center. The results were as follows: 1. Ruth Ann Heinzler and Charles Peterson, Marshall 2. & 3. Judy Carman [...]

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