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‘Church Basement Ladies’ to dish it up live at Liberty Center

January 16, 2015 Calendar
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The fifth installment of the national hit musical comedy series, The Church Basement Ladies in The Last (Potluck) Supper will be presented Thursday, March 19 at the historic Liberty Center [...]

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Dalton Ridenour is 2015 Joplin Artist in Residence

January 14, 2015 Calendar
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The Scott Joplin Ragtime board has announced Dalton Ridenour as the 2015 Artist in Residence for Feb. 9 to 13. Dalton will be performing at all of the elementary schools [...]

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Dale Kearney benefit slated for February 7

January 13, 2015 Calendar
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A benefit dinner for Dale Kearney will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7 at the Sedalia Moose Lodge. Dinner includes chicken, mashed potatoes, veggie, roll and [...]

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‘Fat Tuesday’ events planned at Lake of the Ozarks

January 12, 2015 Calendar
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Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. - “Fat Tuesday” fun happens at Central Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks on Saturday, Feb. 21, with the 14th annual Mardi Gras Pub Crawl.  The event [...]

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Limited number of tickets remaining for Cupid’s Ball

January 12, 2015 Calendar
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The Women’s Service League of Sedalia is planning its 18th annual Cupid’s Ball, Frozen, for Saturday, Feb. 28 at The Smith Cotton High School cafeteria. Girls 5-12 years are invited [...]

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SFCC spring 12-week classes to start Jan. 27

January 9, 2015 Calendar
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State Fair Community College is offering 12-week classes starting Jan. 27 on its campuses in Sedalia, Clinton, Lake of the Ozarks and online. Classes offered include a variety of subjects [...]

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S-C JROTC to host 10th annual drill competition February 14

January 8, 2015 Calendar
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Smith-Cotton High School Army JROTC will be hosting their 10th annual Drill Competition on Saturday, Feb. 14 at Smith-Cotton High School. Schools coming from Nebraska, Missouri, Iowa and Kansas will [...]

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