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Victim’s advocate is speaker

September 24, 2014 Club

The Pettis County Republican Women’s Club met recently and heard a presentation concerning crime victims’ advocates. Kim Case Hassler, a crime victim’s advocate with the Missouri Sheriff’s Association Crime Victims [...]

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Editorial: Driving safely should always be top concern

September 24, 2014 Local

By Pete Daniels Contributing editor Drivers who use our streets and highways evidently have a lot on their minds, other than what they are doing, and that can be hazardous. [...]

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Adult Bible study date announced for October 6

September 24, 2014 Church

Monday, October 6, is the next Adult Bible Study and Music at Calvary Baptist Church, 1015 West 16th Street, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Gary Payne (Broadway) will lead the [...]

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Construction on target for November completion date at airport

September 24, 2014 Local

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer The Runway 1836 Construction project is in full-swing at the Sedalia Regional Airport. Construction work on the $3.2 million dollar project began on June 28 [...]

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Patrol invites public to provide feedback

September 24, 2014 State

Colonel Ronald Replogle, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, invites the public to take part in a public opinion survey regarding safety and security, officers’ attitudes and competency, overall [...]

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Life Insurance Awareness Month observed

September 24, 2014 Local

Sedalia Mayor Stephen J. Galliher observed the month of September as Life Insurance Awareness Month with a proclamation on Wednesday. Present for the signing were Joan Harkness, agent; Caleb Sumner, [...]

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Cole Camp Living History Youth Farm Tour shows the way it used to be

September 24, 2014 Local

The Central Missouri Ag Club, University of Missouri Extension, 4-H and the Cole Camp Antique Tractor Association partnered to introduce a bit of agriculture and its’ history to area youth. [...]

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