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‘Chief’ assistant worked with five bosses over 19 years

March 21, 2013 Community Profile

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer Sandy Goff is the executive administrative assistant to Chief of Police John DeGonia and she has worked with three chiefs and two interims over her [...]

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Animal shelter manager stays busy, but enjoys his work

March 13, 2013 Community Profile
Jamie Ditzfeld

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer The Sedalia Animal Shelter Manager Jamie Ditzfeld has been with the shelter since 2009, but he has been around animals since he was a young [...]

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Six months in Afghanistan real eye opener for judge

March 1, 2013 Community Profile
Debbie Mitchell

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer Sedalia Municipal Judge Deborah Mitchell has only been back in the United States for a short time since going to Afghanistan with the Rule of [...]

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Lincoln-Hubbard alum recalls his early days

February 13, 2013 Community Profile
Darren Cline

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer Pettis County Deputy Darren Cline, a Sedalia Native has been a fixture at the Pettis County Courthouse as a bailiff for the past 11 years [...]

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Fitness a way of life for him

January 7, 2013 Community Profile
John Maupins

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer “Fitness Never Sleeps” is the motto for the Body Shop, a new personal training and sports conditioning studio that opened this past August at 1313 [...]

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Steakburger business has been good to him

December 27, 2012 Community Profile
Terry Goodman

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer Sedalia native Terry Goodman has spent the majority of his life in the steakburger business and it is something that he doesn’t plan changing anytime [...]

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‘Leaving Las Vegas’ for Sedalia better for Bremer

December 17, 2012 Community Profile
Barb Bremer

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer After more than 20 years of living in Las Vegas, Barb Bremer has made the return home to the Sedalia and is now the administrative [...]

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