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Sedalia Man Pleads Guilty to Sodomy and Child Molestation Charges

In Circuit Court this morning (May 15), Ricky R. Baker of Sedalia, age 50, pleaded guilty to statutory sodomy in the second degree, child molestation in the second degree and two counts of child molestation in the first degree.  The offenses spanned several years prior to the defendant’s arrest last August.  

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Clinton Police Investigating Death of 12-Year-Old Girl

On Saturday morning (May 4) at 9:41 a.m., Clinton Police Officers were dispatched to 604 E. Lincoln St. in reference to a subject that was not breathing. Upon arrival, officers discovered 12-year-old Destiny Spitler of the home, who was not breathing and appeared to have no pulse. Officers performed CPR on the scene until an ambulance transported her to the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital Emergency Room where she was pronounced dead by Henry County Coroner Dain Sisk.

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QC Supply to Open Distribution Center in Sedalia

Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County and The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today (May 9) that QC Supply, an international distributor of agricultural goods, will open a new distribution center in Sedalia. The Schuyler, Neb. based company sells livestock equipment and supplies and provides installation of specific lines of products for livestock and poultry equipment. Mr. Lonnie Kitt is President of the company.

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Mules Golf Captures NCAA-II Super Regional Crown

The Central Missouri Mules fired a final round 285 on Wednesday to come from behind and win the NCAA-II Midwest/Central Super Regional with a three-round total of five-under par 859 at The Club at Strawberry Creek. Freshman Robby Hughey won the individual crown with a 13-under par 203.

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Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder Presents Sedalian with Senior Service Award

Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder announced 35 winners of the Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award today (May 8), including Anna Lee Bail of Sedalia.

Lt. Governor Kinder presented the awards at a luncheon for the winners and their guests outside his office in the Capitol. Bail was nominated by Rep. Stanley Cox of Sedalia.

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Pettis County Man Sentenced to Life in Prison

A Pettis County man will spend life in prison for molesting six young men between 2008 and 2012.  David Donahue, 42, Sedalia, was charged last July with statutory sodomy in the first and second degree, child molestation and attempt to commit statutory sodomy.  He entered guilty pleas to six charges in January.   The court ordered a sentence assessment report and scheduled a sentencing hearing for today.

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Paddlefish Fishing
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Paddlefish a Challenge to Missouri Anglers

Paddlefish are an ancient creature playing a modern role in Missouri. The fish that swam when the dinosaurs roamed provide a rewarding challenge for anglers and a financial boost for the community billed as the “Paddlefish Capitol of the World.”

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Stephanie Jackson Hired as Principal at Parkview Elementary School

On Monday night (April 23), the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hiring of Mrs. Stephanie Jackson, assistant principal at Smith-Cotton Junior High School, as principal at Parkview Elementary School. She succeeds Mrs. Kelly Sobaski, who last week announced her retirement, effective at the end of the current school year.

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Left to Right: Abigail Best, Averie Michael McDonough and Vincent Lewis Russell

Teens Arrested After Property Damage Spree and Burglary in Clinton

Several teens were arrested on Monday afternoon after a series or property damage reports and at least one burglary in the southern part of Clinton, Mo. over last weekend. At least 13 incidents occurred that involved spray painting graphic images and epitaphs on vehicles in The Shadow Hills neighborhood.  One of the vehicles was a marked police unit parked at the home of a K-9 Officer.  Eggs had also been thrown in several of the incidents.  The burglary occurred in the Shadow Hills neighborhood and involved entering a garage attached to a home where the occupants were asleep inside.

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