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Jack Miller

I was born Oct. 7, 1938 at Bothwell Hospital. I attended Washington Elementary and Smith-Cotton High School. I joined the United States Navy in 1955, and served on four WWll era Destroyers during my active career in the Navy. I am retired Navy with 24 years of service in the regular navy and the reserve force. I have worked in real estate sales, mobile home sales and a lot of laborer type jobs. I retired from Payless Cashways as a dock worker, and machine operator in 2001 when they went out of business. I have written columns for the Sedalia Democrat, and the Sedalia News Journal and two books “Unhurried Days” and “Looking Back Again.” I have worked in Radio for over 10 years as a newsman and on-air columnist. I have been married to Marlene (Yahne) Miller for 53 years, and we have three children, four grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. I am currently working on a fiction book of short stories.

Afternoon Sedalia Police Crime Reports For Monday, May 11, 2015

51-year-old Homeless man arrested early Saturday Morning on a warrant

At 2:46am Saturday morning Sedalia Police responded to a burglary complaint in the 200 block of East Broadway. During a search of the area officers located 51-year-old Frank Charles Phillips a homeless person in the 100 block of Broadway. A computer chec

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Robbery Reported at a Local Convenience Store Sunday Afternoon

According to a Sedalia Police department Press Release at 3:50 Sunday afternoon Sedalia police were dispatched to the Tiger Eagle Stop at 3415 East Broadway on a robbery. Upon arrival the clerk told the officers a black male entered the store, and told them he was there to conduct maintenance on one of the businesses utilities

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Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident Reports For Thursday May 7, 2015

Stillwell Kansas man injured in a Lafayette County accident Wednesday morning

At 8:45 Wednesday morning the Missouri state Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on the A3 Weigh Station Scales at Mayview in Lafayette County injured a Stillwell Kansas man. According to th

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