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Saturday, May 3, 2014

Hispanic culture celebrated at Horace Mann

May 3, 2014 Student
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On Friday, Horace Mann Elementary School offered “Hispanic Night,” a celebration of Hispanic food and culture. Kindergartner Jace’yn Smith takes a swing at the pinata while Title 1 reading teacher [...]

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SH turns in 2-0 performance at Tipton

May 3, 2014 Roundup
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Sacred Heart went 2-0 today (May 3) in a 3-team round robin at Tipton that featured Tipton, Sacred Heart and Jamestown. Sacred Heart (17-0) beat Tipton 12-7 in the first [...]

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Sprint car driver ‘races for a reason’

May 3, 2014 Local
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Smith-Cotton alum and Sedalian TJ Muths, (shown at far left, standing)  is a sprint car driver who has taken on the autism cause that the Whittier service learning kids started. [...]

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The Truman Show comes to Katy Depot

May 3, 2014 Local
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The second in the monthly series of First Friday Happy Hours at the Katy Depot, 600 E. Third St., featured Democrat Harry S. Truman, the man from Independence who became [...]

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Kiwanians host seventh annual Prayer Breakfast

May 3, 2014 Local
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The Sedalia Kiwanis Club hosted their seventh annual Sedalia Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast  Saturday, May 3 at Christ & Trinity Lutheran Church, 3201 Southwest Blvd., attended by about 60 people, including [...]

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McCarthy Toyota officially opens

May 3, 2014 Business
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McCarthy Toyota of Sedalia, 3110 West Broadway, officially unveiled its new automobile dealership during a grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, May 1. McCarthy Toyota of Sedalia recently completed construction [...]

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Lady Mustangs beat Lady Grems, 13-7, in Districts

May 3, 2014 Sports
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The Northwest Lady Mustangs beat the Sacred Heart Lady Gremlins, 13-7, in the first round of Class 1, District 14 action on April 30 at La Monte R-4 High School. [...]

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