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Friday, December 20, 2013

CASA benefits from winter-wear collection at school

December 20, 2013 Student
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Kaylea Weber, a sixth-grader at Sacred Heart School helps load more than 460 winter items into bags for distribution to CASA (Citizens Against Spouse Abuse). Under the direction of faculty [...]

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Student project benefits animal shelter

December 20, 2013 Student
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Michelle McDonald (not pictured) and her fifth-grade class at Sacred Heart School collected items to benefit the Sedalia Animal Shelter recently. This service project was one of several community outreach [...]

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Mid-Mo Artists donate children’s art supplies

December 20, 2013 Photos
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Members of Mid-Missouri Artists brought several Christmas gift bags filled with children’s art supplies to the Survival Adult Abuse shelter on Thursday. The bags were filled with crayons, paints, glitters, [...]

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Arrests 12-20-13

December 20, 2013 Police Reports
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The following recent arrest reports have been released by the Pettis County Sheriff’s Department: • Lexxus Ellyse Mitchell, 18, 506 North Prospect, failure to appear, property damage, Ofc. Rodney Engelbrecht, [...]

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Real Estate 12-20-13

December 20, 2013 Real Estate
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Real estate transactions involving the following individuals and firms have been reported by the Pettis County Recorder of Deeds: • Paul J. Wilken to Wilken Family Farm LLC, warranty deed. [...]

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Marriages 12-20-13

December 20, 2013 Marriages
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The Pettis County Recorder of Deeds has issued marriage licenses to these couples: • Steven Michael Ross, 30, Sedalia, and Rhannon Michelle Pearson, 33, Fayette. • Douglas Lee Evans, 53, [...]

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Principal tackles sticky situation at Parkview

December 20, 2013 Student
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Students at Parkview Elementary turned in their Tiger Tickets for strips of duct tape to tape their principal, Mrs. Jackson, to the wall. At the assembly this morning when students [...]

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