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Pitching depth and a veteran line-up provide hope for the Sedalia Post 642 senior Legion baseball team.
“I thought it was against the law to throw your grass clippings in the streets. Take a trip down 16th Street by the fairgrounds and the sidewalks are covered in grass and it is four or five feet into the street. It really looks bad,” insisted one caller in the most recent edition of the Sedline.
Three Sacred Heart Gremlins and three Windsor Greyhounds led the Class 1, District 15 All-District baseball team.
You’d swear by this week’s edition of the Sedline that the potential public smoking ban is the most important topic of contention in the collected history of the Queen City of the Prairies. In the history books they will talk about the great cigarette war — the first shots could be fired right here in our backyard.
COLE CAMP — Five runs in the first and four in the fifth lifted Cole Camp to a 10-0 run-rule shortened win over Smithton in the first round of the Kaysinger Conference Tournament Monday at Cole Camp.
“The machines rose from the ashes of the nuclear fire. Their war to exterminate mankind had raged for decades, but the final battle would not be fought in the future. It would be fought here, in our present.” — “The Terminator,” 1984.
The first Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit aircraft arrived at Whiteman Air Force Base on Dec. 17, 1993. The first plane of the fleet carried the highly appropriate designation “Spirit of Missouri.”
Earth Day is next Monday.
“This week will be your last online-only column,” wrote departing Sedalia Democrat editor Bob Satnan.
The Smithton Tigers scored five runs in the fifth and sixth innings to beat the Lincoln Cardinals 12-8 Tuesday in a Kaysinger Conference baseball game in Smithton.
“Does the female form make you
The Smithton Tigers baseball team scored seven first-running runs Monday and rolled to a 14-2 win over the Eagles at Otterville.
It’s always sad when any establishment goes out of business — especially when it is a Sedalia business and even more so when it is a Sedalia institution.
What’s the haps, hep cats and daddy-o’s?
The GuberBurger is practically the official food of the city of Sedalia. It’s not the best culinary legacy, but it’s the best one we’ve got.
When Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn formed her very own Junior Civic Leaders Group last year, I was enthusiastic. Adults are pretty well represented in the various boards and commissions that advise the Sedalia city administration, but that’s not all we have here in Sedalia.
“I just read the article in today’s paper about the council approving the budget for the city ... one of the things I don’t read about in there is any kind of funding for tourism. ... I think it is an important part and the city should be funding tourism also.”
It might not feel or look like it outside but spring has begun and that means it’s time for some good old spring cleaning. There are a few theories as to why it became the season most closely associated with cleaning but no matter the reason the concept has survived into modern society and in a few days short of a month some select Sedalians will be able to celebrate it in a whole new way.
“This chick does not like your country lineup. I’m not a country fan. My friends and I are taking all of the money we saved for this year to spend at the fair and we’re going to Kansas City and spend it there. Sorry, Sedalia, hope your country chicks have deep pockets,” said one caller in the most recent edition of the Sedline.
I’ve always thought that Sedalia was a reasonably desirable place to live.
“Attention all Pettis County residents ONLY.
Recently various media outlets have been squawking about how the younger users of the social networking site Facebook, the very same demographic that helped it become one of the biggest Internet phenomenons of all time, are now abandoning it at a steady pace.
Sometimes people have pretty low standards for what constitutes an emergency.
There are only a few weeks left in the city’s fiscal year and it looks like sales tax revenues will continue to be stagnant in the next financial period. City Administrator Gary Edwards has projected that sales tax revenues aren’t going to get better just because the dollar odometer will soon roll over.
“Hat’s off to Mayor Elaine Horn’s column in Sunday’s paper and all those who volunteer. Instead of being so critical of how our city operates step up and volunteer: You, too, can make a difference,” insisted one caller in the most recent edition of the Sedline.