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1st United Methodist Church in Downtown Sedalia
Sedalia Police block off 4th Street in front of the 1st United Methodist Church in Downtown Sedalia

Limestone Falls Off 1st United Methodist Church In Downtown Sedalia

The Sedalia Fire Department and Police Department blocked off the streets in the area of 4th and Osage around the 1st United Methodist Church after finding limestone fell off the roof of the church and landed near the Sedalia Water Department

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Full Moon Band & Dirt Road Addiction at Dickie Doo Bar-B-Que

This Saturday (Aug. 29) Full Moon Band and Dirt Road Addiction will be performing on The Party Porch at Dickie Doo Bar-B-Que! This will be one event you won't want to miss!

Both bands are known to mix up the set list, so it's a guarantee you will hear something you love! Enjoy six hours of great live entertainment from two of the most loved local bands

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StarKist
Courtesy of Class Action Settlement Page

Class Action Lawsuit On StarKist Benefits All Those Who Purchased Products Between 2009 and 2014

Want to make a quick $25 in cash? How about $50.00 in tuna??? Yes, I said tuna. StarKist has settled a class action lawsuit. Even though they didn't officially admit to anything, they're paying up

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WC Morris Building
WC Morris Building (Courtesy of UCM Facebook)

Governor Jay Nixon Announces More Than $12 Million In Improvements and Renovations Funding at UCM

Warrensburg, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today visited the University of Central Missouri to announce more than $12 million in improvements and renovations made possible through Building Affordability, an initiative proposed by the Governor in collaboration with public colleges and universities and passed with bi-partisan support in the General Assembly this year

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Tyler Hudson
Tyler Hudson (Courtesy of Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri)

Tyler Hudson Named Director of Operations For Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri

Tyler Hudson, previously the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri’s Green Ridge Site Manager, has been named Director of Operations for the Club.

In his new role, Hudson will oversee all Club operations, which includes all sites and full and part-time staff who work directly with Club members.

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Caitlyn Jenner Halloween costume
Anytime Costumes / Vanity Fair

Caitlyn Jenner Halloween Costume Is Sure to Generate Controversy

The costume is a recreation of the clothing Caitlyn Jenner wore on the cover of Vanity Fair's July issue.

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Denny Hoskins
Denny Hoskins (Courtesy of Missouri House of Reps)

Denny Hoskins Joins Cochran Head Vick/Moore Horton Carlson

Sedalia – CHV Certified Public Accountants announces Denny Hoskins, CPA has joined Cochran Head Vick/Moore Horton Carlson (CHV/MHC) at their Sedalia and Marshall CPA offices.  Denny joins the management team with the firm’s long-time office Partner, Larry Horton

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Civil Trial About JJ’s Restaurant Explosion Set To Close

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Closing arguments are expected in the civil trial involving the 2013 fatal explosion at a Kansas City restaurant. The lawsuit stems from the February 2013 natural-gas explosion and fire that destroyed JJ's restaurant, killed one employee and injured 15 others

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Springfield Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Tax Evasion Charges

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A former Springfield man who fled Missouri for Mexico nearly seven years ago has pleaded guilty to federal tax evasion charges. Fifty-seven-year-old Scott Lucas pleaded guilty Monday to failing to file tax returns from 2002 through 2005 when he worked in Branson

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Ingram Publishing

Stephens College Increases Minimum Wage

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Stephens College has raised its full-time employee minimum wage to $10 per hour. The change became effective with the start of the school's fiscal year on July 1. Employees mainly affected by the shift are in service or maintenance roles, including those who clean, take care of the grounds, handle recycling and trash pickup

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