Nixon requests major disaster declaration to assist communities impacted by severe storms, tornadoes, flooding

July 21, 2015 State

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today requested the federal government declare a major disaster for 70 of Missouri’s 114 counties as a result of the prolonged severe storm systems […]

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Sedalian arrested on drug, copper theft charges

July 21, 2015 Local

On July 20, 2015, Detectives with the Drug Enforcement Unit and Patrol Officers, executed a drug-related search warrant at 733 E 5th Street. Information leading to the search warrant also […]

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City observes Lincoln Hubbard School Reunion Days

July 20, 2015 Local
Lincoln Hubbard School Reunion

Sedalia Mayor Stephen J. Galliher proclaimed July 31 through Aug. 2, 2015 as “Lincoln Hubbard School Reunion Days” on Monday. Former students and staff of Lincoln Hubbard School, former attendees […]

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Nixon announces $4.2 million in AmeriCorps grants

July 20, 2015 State

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that a total of $4,209,544 through the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) has been made available for fiscal year 2015 […]

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Green Ridge grad Callahan signs to play baseball for ECU

July 20, 2015 Sports

By Randy Kirby Managing editor Zachary Allan Callahan, former Green Ridge student and baseball player, signed a letter of intent on July 18 to play Division 2 baseball under head […]

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Letter to Editor: Troop 30702 say thanks

July 20, 2015 Local

Letter to the Editor: “Thank You” to all of the following businesses that provided services or donated items in helping make our Chicken Dinner Fundraiser a huge success. Don Weaver […]

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Kirk, Wood, Ebert, Ryun victorious at CMS

July 20, 2015 Racing

CMS Public Relations July 18, 2015 (Warrensburg) The 2015 season continued Saturday night at Central Missouri Speedway (CMS) for 610 Sports Radio night at the races. In a brisk-moving program […]

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