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I'm the web guy for the Townsquare Media stations in Billings.  I'm originally from St. Louis and have lived in Billings for about 2 years.  I enjoy playing music, prairie dog hunting and bringing you the latest info on what's going on around town!
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View Sedalia’s Official Fireworks Laws for 4th of July

With the 4th of July quickly approaching, the Sedalia Police Department would like to remind the citizens of Sedalia that buying, selling, displaying and shooting fireworks is prohibited within the city limits.  Violating the fireworks ordinance can result in a $109 fine and potentially some time in jail.

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Sedalia STING Unit Uncovers Several Thousand Dollars’ Worth of Illegal Prescription Pills on Liberty Park Blvd.

Shortly before 6 a.m. this morning (June 17), the Sedalia Police STING Unit and other officers served a search warrant at 1902 Liberty Park Blvd.  Two suspects were found at the residence.  A search of the residence revealed marijuana, drug packaging supplies a digital scale and several thousand dollars’ worth of illegal prescription pills.  Officers also seized three vehicles and $4400 in cash.

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View the Draft of the Sedalia Clean Air Indoor Act of 2013

The Sedalia City Council is expected to vote on the "Sedalia Clean Air Indoor Act of 2013" on Monday, June 17. The draft of the smoking ban has been posted for the public to view.  If passed, the ordinance could be in effect as soon as September 1, 2013.

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Brady Deaton
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MU Chancellor Brady Deaton Announces Retirement

University of Missouri Chancellor Brady Deaton announced this afternoon (June 12)  that he will step down on Nov. 15, 2013, at a press conference held on campus at Jesse Hall. Deaton, who became chancellor of MU in 2004 Deaton, praised the "record growth in diversity of our student body" on campus during his announcement.

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Check Presentation
From left to right: Karl Kramer of McCarthy Toyota; Foundation Board President Dave Floyd; and Larry Bahr, president of Third National Bank present the proceeds to cardiologist Dr. Joshua Valtos.

Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation Recieves Over $19,000 Raised From Lub Dub 5K/10K

The Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation recently announced final proceeds of $19,762.50 from its Lub Dub 5K/10K Walk Run held on April 27. The funds will be used to purchase an Xper Swing software addition for the hospital's cardiac catheterization lab.

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Crime Scene

Sedalia STING Unit Finds Evidence of Meth Lab on East 4th Street

Yesterday (June 5) at approximately 4:23 p.m., the Sedalia Police STING Unit was dispatched to the area of 1214 East 4th St. to assist Children Services with an investigation.  According to a report, there was a possible methamphetamine lab in the basement of the residence.

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