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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Smithton FBLA attend state leadership conference

April 23, 2014 Club
State 2014

Members of the Smithton R-VI Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter attended the 2014 Missouri FBLA Leadership Conference April 13 – 15 in Columbia. FBLA is a career and [...]

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Former Mayor Horn reflects on her time in office

April 23, 2014 Local

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer This past Monday, Weekly Observer staff had a chance to speak with outgoing Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn about her time in office as mayor of [...]

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Council welcomes new members & mayor

April 23, 2014 Local

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer The Sedalia City Council met this past Monday evening where a new Mayor and several council members were sworn into office. Newly elected Mayor Stephen [...]

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SMS science teacher awarded MSTA grant

April 23, 2014 Student

Sedalia Middle School science teacher Michelle Steger has been awarded a $600 grant by the Missouri State Teachers Association for a greenhouse project. She is one of five teachers in [...]

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Niehoff claims first-ever ULMA victory while Wilson repeats

April 23, 2014 Racing

By Sam Stoecklin ULMA Public Relations April 22, 2014 Lucas Cattle Company ULMA drivers participated in a pair of championship points-earning events over the weekend. Callaway Raceway in Fulton hosted [...]

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Lady Roadrunners sign two more players for 2014-2015

April 23, 2014 Roundup

The State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners have signed two more student athletes for the 2014-2015 season. Anquinette Dozier is a 6-0 forward from Little Rock, Ark., who played high [...]

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Westminster College to close Mesa, Arizona campus

April 23, 2014 Business

Westminster College announces it will close its Mesa, Ariz., campus, effective at the end of the spring 2014 semester, responding to less than expected enrollment and market demand at that [...]

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