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Sheriff Bond appointed to task force

April 21, 2015 Business
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Governor Jay Nixon has appointed Kevin Bond (R), of Sedalia; and George R. Underwood (D), of Myrtle, for the Missouri Sheriff Methamphetamine Relief Task Force (MoSMART). MoSMART is responsible for [...]

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SFCC staff receives League for Innovation awards

April 21, 2015 Business
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Three State Fair Community College staff members have received the 2014 John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Awards presented by the League for Innovation in the Community College (League). The awards [...]

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SFCC seeks students for Practical Nursing program

April 21, 2015 Student
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State Fair Community College is seeking students for its Practical Nursing (PN) program. Fall classes begin Aug. 24. The PN program is offered during the daytime on the Sedalia campus [...]

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Sedalia woman killed in East 50 crash

April 21, 2015 Local
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An 80-year old woman was killed in an accident that occurred at 5:14 p.m. Monday on US 50 Highway near Route TT. Charlotte M. Eldenburg, Sedalia, was fatally injured in [...]

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Harold J. Johnston Memorial Scholarship recipients named

April 21, 2015 Local
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Young musicians Maggie Beard, Isaiah Whitaker Guthrey and Alexus Dieckmann were selected by audition to receive scholarships of $1,000 each to further their education. They received their scholarships before the [...]

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Council members sworn in

April 20, 2015 Local
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Five members of the Sedalia City Council were sworn in together by City Clerk Arlene Silvey during Monday night’s regular City Council meeting. Russell Driskell, Bonita Nash, Jo Lynn Turley, [...]

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Sedalia 200 hosts resource fair

April 20, 2015 Student
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About 250 people attended Sedalia School District 200′s Student Resource Fair Round-Up on Tuesday evening in the FEMA Building at Smith-Cotton Junior High School. The event gave families a chance [...]

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