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Horsing around at summer reading camp

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Almost 40 students at Skyline Elementary spent their Friday morning meeting D.D., a character from the book “Twist of Fate,” along with author Chris Stuckenschneider, although she was a little better at answering questions than D.D.Stuckenschneider brought along D.D., one of the many horses that inspired the story “Twist of Fate,” to Skyline as part of the reading summer camp’s Horse Week. Every reading and writing activity this week revolved around the horse theme, including reading Stuckenschneider’s book, which is based on a true story.

 

Bombers rally for 10-9 win

The Sedalia Bombers came back from a 5-0 deficit Friday at Liberty Park at Dey Field to beat the Clarinda A’s 10-9.The Bombers went into the ninth inning with a 10-5 lead, but four walks and four runs later it was 10-9 Bombers.The A’s had the winning run come to the plate, but he grounded out to shortstop Hunter Leeper to end the game.The A’s went up 5-0 with three singles and three doubles in the third inning. DMarco Poindexter doubled to th...

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Two former prosecutors to vie for GOP nod for Division 6 Judge

As a community service, the Sedalia Democrat will profile each of the candidates in contested races in the Aug. 5 primary election in the weekend edition. This week will highlight Jeff Mittelhauser and Stanley Cox as they face off for the GOP nod for Division 6 Judge.Jeff MittelhauserWith a vast knowledge of court procedure garnered from nearly three decades in the Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Jeff Mittelhauser said patience, a broa...

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La Strada resigns from Sedalia City Council

Ward 2 Councilmember Becca La Strada has resigned from the Sedalia City Council due to health reasons, effective immediately.The news was announced during a press conference hosted by Mayor Steve Galliher Friday morning. La Strada, who has been on council since April 2011, handed in her letter of resignation to Galliher on Thursday.

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Proud to be a Missourian

When I was growing up, we were never allowed to play with fireworks. When I was a little girl, a group of grown boys in Kansas City threw a handful of flaming firecrackers on me and I suffered some painful burns on my legs. From that point on, I was through with fireworks, forever.When my son was young, his friend’s grandfather always took the boys out on a country road and shot fireworks for them. As far as my son was concerned, his outing with his friend’s grandfather...

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S-C graduate nabs Miss Pettis County crown

SMITHTON — Beverly Egner said her daughter grew up admiring the Missouri State Fair queens and long had hoped she would become one.Kandas Egner is one step closer to that dream.On Thursday night, Kandas captured the crown in the 2014 Miss Pettis County Queen pageant, held as part of the Smithton Town & Country Fair. The title is her ticket to compete in the Missouri State Fair Queen competition in August.

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Recapping July Fourth festivities in Wisconsin

Whitefish Bay, Wis., has three Fourth of July parades. One of them begins at 11:30 a.m., and it winds its way through the middle of Downtown USA with its small shops and storefronts, and ends at the city park, where games and carnival rides for kids abound. The second parade begins much earlier, when people begin walking, riding their bikes, and pulling wagons filled with young children toward the downtown parade route, anticipation visible on their faces.

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Johnson family awarding academic scholarship for players

Former Smith-Cotton High School football coach Mark Johnson and his family have launched an annual scholarship for an exceptional student athlete.The Mark Johnson Academic Achievement Scholarship will award $500 to an S-C football player who is a full-time starter his senior year.Other eligibility requirements include: Must have played four years of football for Smith-Cotton High School, must have a 3.7 grade-point average or higher on a 4.0 scale at the end of his junio...

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Farmer’s Market offers wide variety with good prices

Question: What are the best benefits of the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market? Some would say the freshest greens and in-season fruits and vegetables. Others might say the freshest baked goods, pies and granola bars. What about all the specialty items including soaps, lotions, tea towels, tie dye that doesn’t fade, wool items and candles? Then there are oyster mushrooms, jams, jellies, plants, beef, chicken, wood-fired pizza and fresh deli sandwiches.Let’s not forget t...

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Wulf-Hagston engagement

George and Carolyn Wulf, of Sedalia, announce the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Wulf, of Pittsville, to Samuel Hagston, of Pittsville. He is the son of James and Rebecca Hagston, of Cole Camp.The future bride is a 2004 graduate of Smth-Cotton High School and a 2008 graduate of State Fair Community College. She received a degree in nursing and is employed in Warrensburg.The future groom graduated in 1999 from Cole Camp High School and is a student at Columbia Col...

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July 12-13 birthdays

LehmannElsie Lehmann will observe her 95th birthday July 15.She was born July 15, 1919 in McClusky, Minn.Elsie was married to the late Reuben Lehmann.She was a housewife and was very involved in church. She loves cooking, gardening and sewing.Elsie has five children, Ivy Wilson, of Excelsior, Minn., Reuben Lehmann Jr. and Gene Lehmann, both of Boise, Idaho, Dennis Lehmann, of Houston, Texas, and Carlene Edwards, of Sedali...

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Carter-Hargrave engagement

Curtis and Dana Carter, of Sedalia, announce the engagement of their daughter Tia L’Na Carter to James Robert Hargrave. He is the son of Richard and Janice Hargrave, of Sedalia.Tia received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Columbia College. She works in the mortgage industry. James received a master’s degree from Columbia College and works in the financial industry. Both currently reside in Arizona.A Sept. 20, 2014, wedding is planned...

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Portion of Main Street to close for road work

The Pettis County Highway Department will close a portion of West Main Street for road reclaimation in preparation for resurfacing. The affected area will include the roadway from the Galaxy Movie Theater entrance to Oak Grove Lane.Weather permitting, the project is scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. Monday and reopen by 5 p.m. Wednesday. Work will be conducted during the daylight hours but the road will be closed for the entire duration.Residents located on the affected secti...

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Williams-Shirky wedding

Jordyn Williams, of Sedalia, and Shad Shirky, of Clifton City, were married at 3 p.m. June 7 at Flat Creek Baptist Church in Sedalia.The bride is the daughter of Gene Williams and Joyce Wright, both of Sedalia. The groom is the son of Pete and Monica Shirky, of Clifton City.Minister Bill Boatman conducted the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father.Samantha Stetzenbach was the maid of honor. Nichole Hollomon and Kallie Castle, sister of the gro...

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Legalizing drugs not answer to society’s problems

To the Editor:In response to the letter encouraging us to support legalizing/decriminalizing drugs, I’ll address the last point first—if the majority of prison inmates are incarcerated for drug offenses, it seems we are not losing the drug war.Next—yes, society and alcohol have come to an understanding—alcohol purchase and usage require laws to protect us from drunk drivers and underage drinkers. We spend millions of dollars to rehabilitate alcoho...

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Community Calendar for July 7 to July 13

MONDAY10 a.m.: Show-Me Mad Tatters, University Extension Office Conference Room, 1012A Thompson Blvd.Noon: Sedalia Rotary Club, Best Western State Fair Inn, 3120 S. Limit Ave.6 p.m.: Mondays Cornerstone Celebrate Recovery. Bible-based twelve step program for Hurts, Habits and Hangups. Free supper at 6 pm.; large group meeting at 7 p.m.; small groups at 8 p.m.; live band and child care, program...

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Dozens pack soccer camp

Area kids from first grade all the way to high school players packed Clover Dell Park this week for the Paul Klover Soccer Camp.The annual camp brings in about 100 kids each summer.“I think soccer has always been popular in Sedalia,” said Smith-Cotton High School girls soccer coach Adam Murray. “I think it’s continuing to grow.”The group was separated into three age groups to give each player more specific instruction from the coa...

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Everything’s good at Goody’s Steakburgers

Goody’s Steakburgers may be getting a new coat of bright paint outside, but inside owners Terry and Dana Goodman and their crew is still serving up the same great steakburgers that Sedalia has come to love and they are adding a few new menu items.A few years ago, the Goodman’s redecorated the interior of the diner keeping with the 1950s theme they are known for with booths and plastic and chrome chairs. Customers are greeted with framed posters of Marylin Monroe, Elvis,...

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