Friday, February 14, 2014


*+-By Randy Kirby Managing editor The 11th annual Helping Hearts campaign is well under way, thanks to Pettis County Public Administrator Charli Ackerman. Helping Hearts is a fund-raiser to assist […]


*+-Sedalia City Administrator Gary Edwards, City Council member JoLynn Turley, Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn, Senator Parson, Larry Stevenson city council, Bob Cross city council, Stephen Galliher city council, visited with […]


*+-MARSHALL – The Smith-Cotton freshmen boys basketball team cruised to a 57-39 win Thursday over Marshall at Bueker Middle School. The Tigers’ defense forced numerous turnovers in building a 31-9 […]

SFCC dental hygiene students visits Sen. Parson

February 14, 2014 Photos

*+-Dental Hygiene students visited Senator Parson at State Capitol recently. Show are Renee Fiquet-Freeman her and students from the State Fair Community College Dental Hygiene Program. Photo submitted.

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Fourteen counties declared ‘agricultural disaster areas’

February 14, 2014 National

*+-The Secretary of Agriculture designated 14 Missouri counties as primary agricultural disaster areas making certain farmers and other agricultural producers in primary and contiguous counties eligible for low-interest emergency loans […]

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Kaysinger boys semifinal scores

February 14, 2014 Sports

*+-The Sacred Heart Gremlins beat Green Ridge, 84-74, on Wednesday to play for the Kaysinger Conference championship Friday night against Tipton at SFCC. Kaysinger update: Kaysinger Conference Basketball Tournament sponsored […]

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Stover fifth, Smithton sixth in Kaysinger tourney

February 14, 2014 Sports

*+-The Stover Lady Bulldogs placed fifth, while the Smithton Lady Tigers took sixth in the 10-team Kaysinger Conference after Stover defeated Smithton, 44-36, in the Consolation game of the Kaysinger […]

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