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Bridge club results listed from April 17

April 18, 2014 Club
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The Sedalia Duplicate Bridge Club met April 17 at the Sedalia Senior Center. The results were as follows: 1. Richard Dimond, Warsaw and Harry Satterwhite, Sedalia 2./3. John and Susanna [...]

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Mock crash graphically illustrates dangers of impaired driving

April 17, 2014 Local
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Northwest High School students witnessed a mock car crash on Thursday at Pettis County R-5 High School in Hughesville. Students served as ‘victims’ in the crash scenario, which involved personnel [...]

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Two arrested in drug-related STING operation

April 17, 2014 Local
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On April 16, 2014 at approximately 3:30 p.m., Detectives with the Sedalia Police Department’s STING Drug Enforcement Unit were conducting surveillance of a residence in the 1600 Block of E [...]

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Trails End officially breaks ground for historical project

April 16, 2014 Local
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By Randy Kirby Sedalia Weekly Observer Another step was taken Wednesday on the long journey to bring the Trails End project to fruition when a ground-breaking ceremony was held at [...]

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Student resource fair attended by over 250

April 16, 2014 Student
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The Sedalia 200 Student Resource Fair, held Tuesday night at Smith-Cotton Junior High, was attended by more than 250 people and provided families with information about community outreach agencies and [...]

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Youth turkey season harvest tops 4,000, MDC says

April 16, 2014 State
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JEFFERSON CITY–Young hunters checked 4,332 turkeys during Missouri’s youth turkey hunting season April 12 and 13, topping the 4,000 mark for the second time in the youth season’s 14-year history. [...]

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Women’s Democrat club reports on April 15 meeting

April 16, 2014 Club
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The April 15 Women’s Democrat Meeting was held at Best Western. President Jane Kelley opened the meeting at 6:15 p.m. Shirley McCown offered prayer and Ruth Franklin led the Pledge. [...]

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