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Branson Airport Ready For More Flights

BRANSON, MISSOURI (January 28, 2015)Branson AirExpress operated by Orange Air announces discount flights to New Orleans (MSY), Cincinnati (CVG), and Cancun, Mexico (CUN) starting May 6th.  Flights will be in a 150 seat MD-83 Jet

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Ronald Ott
Ronald Ott (Courtesy of Ftizgibbon Hospital)

Fitzgibbon Hospital CEO, Ronald Ott, Named On 50 Rural Hospital CEOs To Know List

Chicago – President and Chief Executive Officer of Fitzgibbon Hospital in Marshall, Mo., Ronald A. Ott has been recognized as one of the top hospital executives in America. Ott was included in a Jan

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From left, SFCC President Dr. Joanna Anderson, Doak and Margie Davis.

Brooke Doak Awarded First Davis Scholarship

State Fair Community College sophomore Brooke D. Doak, of Centerview, has received the first Fred and Margie Davis Annual Scholarship. Doak, a 2013 graduate of Crest Ridge High School, is a full-time student majoring in social work and plans to attend the University of Central Missouri in the fall

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Sedalia Computer Repair

Department of Labor Warns Unemployment Insurance Claimants Of Phishing Scam

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Department of Labor and Industrial Relations warns that some unemployment insurance claimants have received emails that have been identified in other states as a phishing scam.

“Because o

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Church Basement Ladies in The Last (Potluck) Supper Set For Performance In Sedalia

The fifth installment of the national hit musical comedy series, The Church Basement Ladies in The Last (Potluck) Supper will be presented Thursday, March 19 at the historic Liberty Center Theater.  The p

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Humane Society of Missouri
Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Task Force rescues 50 Jack Russell Terriers (Courtesy of Humane Society of Missouri)

Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Task Force Rescues 50 Jack Russel Terriers

The Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Task Force is rescuing up to 50 Jack Russell terriers from a property in Washington County.  In cooperation with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, which obtained a warrant yesterday, Humane Society of Missouri animal cruelty investigators and an independent veterinarian visited the property this morning to assess the dogs’ health and living conditions

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Dr. Donald Proctor
State Fair Community College Board of Trustees President Gary Noland, left, hands Dr. Donald C. Proctor a resolution naming him a trustee emeritus at the college's 40th anniversary Founders' Day luncheon in August 2008. Proctor was one of the college's founding trustees and served on the board for 36 years. (Photo Courtesy of State Fair Community College.

SFCC Founding Trustee Dr. Donald C. Proctor Dies

SEDALIA—Dr. Donald C. Proctor, a founding member of the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees, died Thursday at the Missouri Veterans Home in Warrensburg.

Proctor, along with other Sedalia Jaycees, was instrumental in establishing the college

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon (courtesy of governor.mo.gov)

Westminister College Prepares For Events Surround 50th Anniversary Of Churchill’s Death

FULTON, Mo. (AP) — Westminster College is planning events next week to note the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill's death. British ambassador Peter Westmacott and Governor Jay Nixon are scheduled to attend the "America's Service of Remembrance" ceremony at the college in Fulton

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Teri Turner
Teri Turner (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Smith-Cotton Theatre Program Wins Several Honors In Kansas City

The Smith-Cotton Theatre Program had a blockbuster day Saturday at the Missouri State Thespian Conference in Kansas City.

The program came away with three top honors, led by S-C Speech and Theatre teacher Teri Turner being named the Outstanding Theatre Educator of the Year

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Ingram Publishing

KCP&L Offers Tips To Save Money This Winter

Kansas City, Mo. (January 13, 2015) – The New Year has arrived and it’s time to get your energy usage in shape. Now is the time to think of kilowatts like they are calories. They creep up on us. First, a new co

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