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Giants take game 1

October 21st |  

GREEN RIDGE — Stover and Green Ridge battled to the wire in all three sets Tuesday in the Class 1, District 10 tournament, but it was the Lady Tigers coming up victorious in the final two sets to advance to Saturday's sectional...

Hear me roar

October 21st |  

Bluebird soccer wins in Columbia

October 21st |  

HOLDEN — The Cole Camp Bluebirds moved into the final of Class 2, District 13 with a 25-16, 25-13 win over Knob Noster on Tuesday.

Cole Camp downs Knob Noster

October 21st |  

Stover volleyball beats La Monte

October 20th |  

The Smith-Cotton boys cross country team placed five runners in the top 15 to take second at the West Central Conference meet Monday at Clover Dell Park.

Smith-Cotton 2nd at conference XC race

October 20th |  

News Updates

Orphans in Caracol, Haiti will benefit from the Strong Tower Love Run, a 5K fundraiser Nov. 1. hosted at the Celebration Center in Sedalia.

Love Run set for Haiti orphanage

October 21st |  

Oct. 22 Crash Reports

October 21st |  

The Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation will put the focus on fighting breast cancer this year as it kicks off a public fundraising campaign to raise $350,000 for the purchase of a 3D mammography machine.

Benefit to aid breast cancer

October 21st |  

Community Calendar

October 21st |  

Just two weeks after high tensions were directed at Sedalia City Councilmember Larry Stevenson during Good and Welfare, Sedalia residents came out in force for Monday's council meeting to voice their opinions on a variety of topics.

Large turn out at council

October 20th |  

With the Nov. 4 general election just two weeks away, the Sedalia-Pettis County League of Women Voters is hosting a candidate forum Thursday to help educate voters.

League to host forum

October 20th |  

Oct. 20 Police Reports

October 20th |  

Food Network shows “Cupcake Wars” and “Chopped” are taking part in Smith-Cotton High School's Family and Consumer Science class curriculum.

Getting creative with cupcakes

October 20th |  

After an inspection earlier this year, the Sedalia City Council will vote to approve updating the city's flood hazard areas during today's meeting.

Council to update city flood hazard areas

October 19th |  

Lillian Mae NewtonSEDALIA — Lillian Mae Newton, 79, of Sedalia, passed away Saturday, October 18, 2014, at Bothwell Regional Health Center.

Lillian Mae Newton

October 19th |  



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