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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Runners take their marks for the start of the 5K course during the Run for Freedom Sept. 28 at Missouri Veterans Home~Warrensburg. More than 240 participants registered for the event, which raised more than $24,800 for Vets.

WARRENSBURG   – More than 240 runners and walkers registered to participate in the 11th annual Veterans Assistance League (VAL) “Run for Freedom” 5K, 10K and Poker Walk at Missouri Veterans [...]

Rosalie Shobe

Rosalie “Yvonne” Shobe, 35, of Sedalia, died unexpectedly on Friday, Sept. 27, 2013. She was born on Jan. 10, 1978, the daughter of Lee Alan Groshans and Rosalyn (Koester) Shipps. [...]

Gov. Nixon

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today joined Missouri State Senator Mike Parson and other state and local officials in Sedalia to announce $2.2 million in infrastructure improvements at the [...]

Cox receives accolades from MAPA

October 1, 2013 State
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Missouri’s prosecutors recently gathered to honor those individuals who have performed outstanding service on behalf of Missouri’s prosecutors and the criminal justice system. Several individuals were honored at the Missouri [...]

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Lady Tigers fall to St. Pius, 1-8

October 1, 2013 Sports
Taylor Smith

Smith-Cotton lost 1-8 to St. Pius on Monday at the Liberty Park tennis courts. They Lady Tigers ended their season 4-9 after losing 0-9 to O’Hara and losing to Jeff [...]

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S-C Junior High splits matches with Cole Camp

October 1, 2013 Roundup
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Smith-Cotton Junior High Volleyball played Cole Camp Middle School Monday night with the following results: S-C won the A Team Match, 25-15, 25-8. They are now 4-0. Cole Camp won [...]

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Grems beat Green Ridge Tigers at Stover

October 1, 2013 Roundup
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The Gremlins opened the Kaysinger Soccer Tournament with an 8-1 win over Green Ridge on Monday night at Stover. Jimmy Villalobos had 3 goals. Max Martin scored 2 goals. Will Prenger [...]

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