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Observations: A sad fact: Letters are a vanishing art form

December 9, 2014 Local

By Pete Daniels Consulting editor Letter writing has become a lost art. Once upon a time, before computers, people wrote to each other for a variety of reasons, not the [...]

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Chamber’s 2014 parade a success

December 7, 2014 Local

The Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Christmas Parade was presented Saturday, Dec. 6 with a military appreciation theme. Hundreds of spectators lines the streets of downtown Sedalia to witness [...]

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CWU celebrate Christmas season with Silver Tea

December 6, 2014 Local

Church Women United (CWU) observed their annual Silver Tea event Friday afternoon at Community of Christ, 2000 S. Ingram. The meeting also allowed the group to install two new officers [...]

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Search warrant leads to arrest of 24-year-old Sedalian

December 5, 2014 Local

On December 4, 2014 at approximately 3:25 PM, Detectives with the Sedalia Police Department’s Drug Enforcement Unit and Criminal Investigations Bureau, along with Patrol Officers and a K9 Unit with [...]

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Delightful music, food featured at SFCC’s ‘Jingle on the Green’

December 4, 2014 Local

State Fair Community College’s seventh annual “Jingle on the Green” attracted hundreds to the Sedalia campus, decorated with luminarias and Christmas trees for two hours of musical performances by SFCC [...]

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Dresden students present their December music program

December 4, 2014 Local

The December music program at Pettis Couunty R-12 School in Dresden, ‘Choose Joy,’ was presented this afternoon under the direction of Ellyn Wenig Wilson, R-12 music educator, director, accompanist and [...]

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Council approves Animal Services Manager position

December 4, 2014 Local

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer After returning from a four-day Thanksgiving break, it was business as usual for the Sedalia City Council as they approved several bids and ordinances during [...]

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