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Velma Dawn Gottschalk

December 4, 2013 Obituaries
Velma Gottschalk

Velma Dawn Gottschalk, 37, of Houstonia, died Tuesday, Dec.  3, 2013 at I-70 Community Hospital, Sweet Springs. She was born May 17, 1976 in Sweet Springs, a daughter of Don [...]

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Recent criminal cases in Pettis County listed

December 4, 2013 Court Records
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During court appearances on Dec. 2 and Dec. 3, the following criminal cases were taken up: Ballew, Carla, 44, address unknown, was ordered to serve a 7 year sentence when [...]

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Irene Catherine (Waier) French

December 4, 2013 Obituaries

Irene Catherine (Waier) French, 87, of Raymore, died Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, at her home. She was born May 13, 1926, in Omaha, Neb., daughter of Catherine and Frank Waier, [...]

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S-C Jr High student finalist in poster contest

December 4, 2013 Student
Vladislav Husyev

Vladislav Husyev, a seventh grader at Smith-Cotton Junior High School, displays his U.S. Constitution poster design, which was a grade-level finalist in the Eighth Annual GovDoc Kids Group U.S. Constitution [...]

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FSA now back home after repairs completed

December 4, 2013 Local
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The Pettis County FSA Office announced today that the repairs are complete on their building and they have returned to the site located at 1407 W. 32nd , Sedalia. The [...]

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SH boys post 62 – 51 victory over Owls

December 4, 2013 Roundup
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The Sacred Heart boys beat the Marshall Owls, 62-51, on Tuesday night at the Sacred Heart Invitational Boys Tournament. Results: Grain Valley over Battle High School… 81 to 68. At [...]

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Iowa Western hands Roadrunners 98-88 loss

December 4, 2013 Roundup
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The SFCC Roadrunners were defeated 98-88 by Iowa Western Tuesday night at home. Kedar Edwards was the high scorer for SFCC with 27 points, followed by Kevin Punter with 20, [...]

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