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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Smoking ordinance stays in place for now, Council says

October 22, 2013 Local
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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer The Sedalia City Council met for an impromptu work session on Saturday, Oct. 12 to discuss whether or not to make changes to the current smoking [...]

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Convenience store name honors owner’s mother

October 22, 2013 Business
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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer In this age of superstores and supermarkets Jack and Shelia Wilson have bucked the trend and went back to a bygone time of local convenience [...]

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Sorosis hear program on rhythmic music therapy

October 22, 2013 Club
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Sorosis met Oct. 21, 2013 with 30 members and three guests at the Heard Memorial Club House. Betty Sue Viterna opened the meeting and asked for introductions of guests. Minutes of [...]

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‘Prombie Apocalypse’ attracts 75

October 22, 2013 Local
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About 75 people attended a “Prombie Apocalypse” last Saturday at Convention Hall. Christian Mabry won the Zombie Walk-Off contest. The trophy was donated by Stone Laser Imaging. Jennifer Langdon won [...]

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S-C soccer Tigers blank Clinton Cards, 4-0

October 22, 2013 Roundup
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The Smith-Cotton soccer Tigers clinched a 4-0 victory over Clinton Monday night at Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Field. Half Time Score — SC, 2  — Clinton, 0 Final Score — SC, [...]

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Greyhounds grab comeback win over Bulldogs

October 22, 2013 Roundup
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Windsor travelled to Appleton City for the eighth week of the season and battled the Bulldogs for a come- from-behind 20-12 win. Despite several players being unable to play because [...]

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Lady Vikings upset by Green Ridge Lady Tigers

October 22, 2013 Sports
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The La Monte Lady Vikings lost to Green Ridge in two sets on Thursday, Oct. 17 at home. The Lady Vikings went on to beat Chilhowee in two sets on [...]

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