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2015 UCM Jennies Softball (Courtesy of UCM Athletics)

UCM Jennies Softball Team Placed Fourth In Preseason Predictions

KANSAS CITY, MO. - After wrapping up their 2014 campaign in the MIAA Tournament, UCM softball has been chosen fourth in the conference preseason poll, voted on by the league's coaches.

The Jennies

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Nikkie Douglas
UCM Mule Relays Set For Friday and Saturday (Courtesy of UCM Athletics)

UCM Mule Relays Set

WARRENSBURG, Mo. - Both of UCM's top-10 track teams will be in action this week in Warrensburg, Mo. for the Mule Relays. The meet will mark the second consecutive week the Mules and Jennies will be competing in the Multipurpose Building. The meet will t

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Mike Alden
Mike Alden resigns (courtesy of MU Tigers)

Mizzou AD, Mike Alden, Set to Leave Position

Dear Mizzou Family:

I hope that the New Year has started off well for you and your family. We are excited about Mizzou Athletics in 2015. Your support and your passion drives our University and helps "Prepare Champions for Life"

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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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Doak
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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liberty center

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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