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Lady Vikings dropped by Lady Bulldogs in District action

October 21, 2014 Sports
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The La Monte Lady Vikings lost to Stover in two sets, 9-25, 18-25, in Class 1, District 10 action on Monday night at Green Ridge. The championship game will be […]

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Class 1, District 6 soccer seeds released

October 21, 2014 Roundup
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Class 1 District 6 Soccer seeds: 1 Sacred Heart 2 Stover 3 Cole Camp 4 Smithton All games will be played at Clover Dell Soccer Park, 5801 W. 32nd Street, […]

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Class 4, District 9 volleyball championship Wednesday

October 21, 2014 Roundup
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Class 4, District 9 volleyball action continues Wednesday night at Smith-Cotton High School Smith-Cotton (19-5-1) will take on Hannibal (17-14) Wednesday at 5 p.m., followed by Rock Bridge (23-6-2) vs […]

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Liverpool Legends, Sedalia Symphony combine talents

October 21, 2014 Local
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Liverpool Legends were the special guests at the Sedalia Symphony’s concert Monday night at the Heckart Performing Arts Center on the Smith-Cotton High School campus. The symphony, now entering its […]

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Care Connection offers Health Insurance Marketplace seminar

October 20, 2014 State
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WARSAW – Care Connection for Aging Services will offer a free event to educate people about the Health Insurance Marketplace, sometimes called “Obamacare.” The workshop, which is open to the […]

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La Monte Lady Vikings score first-place trophy in Mid-State tourney

October 20, 2014 Roundup
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The Mid-State Conference Volleyball tournament took place on Saturday, Oct. 18 at La Monte High School The volleyball teams that competed were from La Monte, Kingsville, Chilhowee, Calhoun and Wentworth. […]

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Missouri deer season forecast is good in parts of the state

October 20, 2014 State
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.–Some parts of Missouri will have more deer this year, and a bumper crop of corn will affect hunting strategies. The Missouri Department of Conservation says decisions that […]

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