Thursday, October 3, 2013

Sedalian pleads gulity to second-degree murder in Sanders death

October 3, 2013 Court Records

*+-Walter Jack Staten, 50, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to murder in the second degree and armed criminal action Wednesday in the Circuit Court of Cooper County, Mo. He entered the pleas […]

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Family role in lodge is continuing

October 3, 2013 Club
Seated from left: Paul and Ruth Rialti. Standing from left: Jan Ulmer, Justin Ulmer, Steve Ulmer and Bob’s wife Ruth Rialti.

*+-Sedalia Elks Lodge 125 marked another first this year when Jan Ulmer assumed the position of exalted ruler, following her father in that position, the lodge reported. Ulmer is the […]

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Schweich releases audit of State Purchasing Card Program

October 3, 2013 State
Tom Schweich

*+-JEFFERSON CITY (Oct. 3, 2013) – State Auditor Tom Schweich today released the audit of Office of Administration (OA), State Purchasing Card program today. State law gives the auditor the […]

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Otto releases audit of Lt. Governor’s office

October 3, 2013 State
Peter Kinder

*+-JEFFERSON CITY (Oct. 1, 2013) – Deputy State Auditor Harry Otto today released the audit of Lt. Governor Peter Kinder’s office today. In the areas audited, the overall performance of […]

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Lady Mustangs lose to Stover in two sets

October 3, 2013 Roundup

*+-The Northwest Lady Mustang volleyball team suffered a loss in two sets to the Stover Lady Bulldogs this past Tuesday in a home game in Hughesville. They lost 18-25, 16-25. […]

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Downtown building inspections, traffic control main topics at City Council

October 3, 2013 Local

*+-By Kyle Siegel Staff writer It was a busy night in the Sedalia City Council chambers Sept. 23, where in front of a full-house, two presentations were made concerning the […]

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Sedalia native strives to be well-informed citizen

October 3, 2013 Community Profile
Michelle Swords

*+-By Kyle Siegel Staff writer Sedalia native Michelle Swords wears many hats ranging from business owner, mother wife, board member and advocate of downtown Sedalia. She manages to juggle all […]

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