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Grems blank Indians, 9-0

October 24, 2014 Sports
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The Sacred Heart soccer Gremlins blanked the Osage Indians, 9-0, Thursday night at Clover Dell Park. Brandon Copper (#6) reportedly scored his 100th goal during the match. The Grems have […]

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Lady Grems fall to Stover at District

October 23, 2014 Roundup
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In a semi-final game, the Sacred Heart Lady Gremlins lost to the Stover Lady Bulldogs, 14-25-10-25, in Class 1, District 10 action Tuesday night at Green Ridge. The Lady Gremlin […]

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Lady Tiger softball awards noted

October 23, 2014 Roundup
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Post-season awards for Lady Tigers softball include: Darby Christian and Mariah Voitl made the All-Conference team and Maddy Kindle was Honorable Mention. Darby Christian made All District 2nd team.

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Letter to the editor: Just say no to Amendment 3

October 23, 2014 Local
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To Whom It May Concern: The November election is fast approaching, and I would like to ask for your support in defeating Amendment 3. This amendment was placed on the […]

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EDSPC honors numerous local companies with ‘Milestone Award’

October 23, 2014 Local
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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer On Oct. 16, Economic Development Sedalia/Pettis County held their 10th annual Manufacturing Milestone Anniversary Recognition Banquet at the Sedalia Country Club. The event is held […]

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Domestic violence has no economic boundaries, says Councilman at CASA vigil

October 23, 2014 Local
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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer Last Thursday the Center Against Spousal Abuse (CASA) held a Glow Light Vigil to help raise awareness of domestic and sexual abuse according to CASA […]

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Council approves additional $21,500 for Yard Waste Grinding Project

October 23, 2014 Local
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By Kyle Siegel Staff writer The Sedalia City Council met this past Monday for their regularly scheduled council meeting where they approved several ordinances including a change order for the […]

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