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David Halen (and friends) were the special guest performers at the March 2 Sedalia Symphony concert, held at the Heckart Center on the Smith-Cotton High School campus, 2010 Tiger Pride [...]

ISAF soldiers teach ANA public affairs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -Missouri National Guard public affairs Soldiers and Airmen took home top honors in several categories of the National Guard Bureau’s annual media contest, including three overall individual [...]

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Geography and technology came together recently as Heber Hunt Elementary students connected with classrooms across the country. Mixed age teacher Dana White’s students participated in a Mystery Skype program, in [...]

S-C show choir seniors recognized by school board

March 3, 2015 Student
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Smith-Cotton’s show choir seniors, the first class to be under the direction of Chris Kindle all four years, recently were recognized by the Sedalia 200 Board of Education. This group [...]

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Observations: Suicide a tragedy, but points to other issues

March 3, 2015 Local
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The recent apparent suicide of Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich has brought the intensity and frequent harsh nature of the political battlefield into sharp focus, perhaps more so than some in [...]

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Club receives tax credit allocation from Department of Economic Development

March 3, 2015 Business
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The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri was one of seven non-profit organizations recently approved for tax credits under the Missouri Department of Economic Development’s Youth Opportunities Program [...]

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Observations: Evening’s event held to recognize achievments

March 3, 2015 Local
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By Pete Daniels Consulting editor Our congratulations are extended today to Det. Todd Nappe who, after five years with the Sedalia Police Department, can now put down the year 2014 as [...]

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