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Letter to editor: Thanks for successful Tractor Cruise 2014

July 17, 2014 Local
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To the Editor: Thank you to the participants, the people and the businesses of Sedalia, Pettis and Benton Counties, and all others who supported the Ninth Annual Sedalia Sunrise Optimist […]

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Warning siren troubles now fixed, Clippert says

July 17, 2014 Local
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The three warning sirens that failed to operate during monthly testing two weeks ago have been repaired by Blue Valley Public Service, according to Dave Clippert, Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management […]

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S-C tennis camp draws over 20 students

July 16, 2014 Roundup
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Junior Jacob Sherrill works on his backhand form during Wednesday’s S-C tennis camp session. Sherrill is switching from track to tennis, and his working on his skills in hopes of […]

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Youth outdoor skills event offered in Warrensburg

July 16, 2014 State
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WARRENSBURG  — The Missouri Department of Conservation and the Stealth Gobblers Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation invite youth ages 8 – 17 to their annual JAKES Outdoor Event […]

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Lady Roadrunners add Mammah to roster

July 16, 2014 Roundup
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State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners head coach Kevin Bucher has announced that Raven Mammah will join the Lady Roadrunners for the 2014-2015 season. Mammah, a 6-1 center, played four […]

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District 200 approves sick-leave incentive program

July 16, 2014 Local
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The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education on July 14 approved a sick leave incentive program that will pay staff members for unused sick days; the goal of the […]

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Progress being made at stadium construction site

July 16, 2014 Local
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Lots of progress has been made in the construction of Smith-Cotton Stadium at Jennie Jaynes Complex, the multi-use facility being erected behind Smith-Cotton High School. Project Manager Dennis Paul, of […]

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