Schwenk elected president of Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club

October 8, 2015 Club

Mr. John Schwenk has been elected president of the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club. He became a member of the club in 1982 and has faithfully supported the club and the […]

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Homeless vets grant renewed, MVCAA says

October 8, 2015 Business

Missouri Valley Community Action Agency (MVCAA) is pleased to announce that their grant for serving homeless or near homeless veterans has been renewed for another fiscal year. This grant is […]

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S-C orchestra, jazz band perform

October 8, 2015 Student

The Smith-Cotton Instrumental Music department had its 2015 Fall Concert, featuring the orchestra and jazz band, on Tuesday night in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. The high school orchestra performed […]

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Library hosts health fair

October 7, 2015 Local

The Sedalia Public Library hosted a free public health fair October 6 in the Queen City Room of the library. A handful of vendors attended the informational event, such as […]

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Observations: Modern eye surgery amazing even the second time around

October 7, 2015 Local

By Pete Daniels Consulting editor Surgery is never found on lists of things people look forward to participating in. And when it comes to eyes, it’s a concept most of […]

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Burn permits ensure community safety, SFD says

October 6, 2015 Local

As fall arrives, people think of pumpkins, football, cooler weather and burning leaves. The City of Sedalia and the Sedalia Fire Department want to remind everyone that burning leaves or […]

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Otterville High students compete at FBLA National Leadership Conference

October 6, 2015 Student
Nick and Hailey

More than 8,500 of America’s best and brightest high school students traveled to the Windy City to Step Up to the Challenge as they showcased their talents as future business […]

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