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It's estimated that nearly one-third of people will have diabetes by 2050. Photo credit: Eastern Idaho Public Health District.

Diabetes On the Rise In Missouri

by Mona Shand

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - In Missouri and across the nation it's American Diabetes Month.

It comes as the disease becomes more prevalent in the state and nationwide.

David Becker is a spokesman for the American Diab

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Shawn Pelton
Live From New York....It's Shawn Pelton (Courtesy of UCM Public Affairs)

Shawn Pelton To Appear at UCM

The Department of Music and the Performing Arts Series at the University of Central Missouri present Saturday Night Live! drummer Shawn Pelton in Live from New York …It’s Shawn Pelton!at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 10, in Hendricks Hall. Joining Pelton on the Hendricks Hall stage will

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TJ White
TJ White of UCM plays against Duke (Courtesy of UCM Athletics)

UCM Mules Fall To Duke In Exhibition Basketball

DURHAM, N.C. -- The defending Division II National Champion Mules got off to a fast start, but eventually fell to Division I fourth-ranked Duke 87-47 in exhibition action on Saturday afternoon at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Mules jumpe

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LaVance Taylor
LaVance Taylor (Courtesy of UCM Athletics)

Pittsburg State Defeats UCM Mules In Football

PITTSBURG, Kan. - Central Missouri played Pittsburg State (9-1, 9-1 MIAA) to a draw for nearly 58 minutes. With two minutes remaining, the Gorillas broke a 31-all tie with a 23 yard Jamal Tyler touchdown run and kept the Mules out of the endzone to spoil the upset bid for UCM with a 38-31 win.

The loss hal

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spooky Halloween castle
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MoDOT Provides Halloween Safety Tips

From downtown costume parties to back road bonfires, many celebrations will likely include alcohol. Make your plans for this year’s Halloween fun, but keep in mind that one of the best choices you can make is to drive sober or designate a sober driver to get you home safely

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Pettis County Ambulance District

Sedalia Dispatch Prepares For Merger With Pettis County Ambulance District

During its regular meeting Oct. 14, the Pettis County Ambulance District Board of Directors heard an update on the ongoing implementation of moving the district’s dispatch services to the Sedalia Police Department’s control

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Katrina Grunzinger
Katrina Grunzinger (Courtesy of SFCC)

Two SFCC Staff Members Win Missouri College Personal Association Awards

Two State Fair Community College staff members received awards at the annual Missouri College Personal Association (MoCPA) conference Sept. 28-30.

Katrina Grunzinger, director of Student Success and Retention Services, won the New Professional award

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Pile of Money
Ingram Publishing

Missouri’s Student Loan Default Rate Declines, Remains Below National Average

The percentage of Missourians defaulting on their student loans is declining and remains well below the national average.

Recent figures released by the U.S. Department of Education show that Missouri’s three-year default rate dropped 0

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