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Mothers Against Methamphetamine Provides Support in Pettis County [INTERVIEW]

Today I had the chance to speak over the phone with Claudia, the Executive Director of Mothers Against Methamphetamine.  She had a lot to say about family and the community when it comes to this dangerous drug, and we talked about all the good this group can do in our area.

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Focus On Education Tour

One of my favorite projects that we do is to go to the area schools and find out what's happening. Each year we go to schools and hear from students, teachers and administrators about what's happening in their school district, especially the high school

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Eat Well and Help Local Kids With Chili and Soup Cookoff for Boy Scout Troop 66 [INTERVIEW]

If there's any comfort food that people tend to turn to around this time of year, it's definitely some warm soup or chili.  And if you're like me, making it yourself can be a bit of a hassle.  Maybe I'm just lazy. But I'm not too lazy to eat chili or soup to help someone else. That's just what you can do with Sedalia Boy Scout Troop 66!

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SC/McDonald’s Classic Saturday Results

Saturday’s Final Results:

Consolation Final:            Parkview             61

Northeast           13

 

Third Place Game:           Smith-Cotton    42

Center                  41

 

Championship:                  Hickman              68

Nixa                       52

 

2015 All-Tournament Team:

Emily Miller         Hickman               MVP

Toshua Leavitt   Nixa

Mikayla Logan   Hickman

Shelby Ewing     Nixa

Ny’Jah White     Hickman

Paige Klempel   Nixa

Tyra Moore        Parkview

Aaliayah Buckley Parkview

Abby Perkins     Smith-Cotton

Katie Storm        Hickman

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events – Weekend of January 23

Here's a look at what's going on in our area this weekend.

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Boys and Girls Club Names Central Missouri Youth of the Year

The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri named three Youth of the Year winners during a special ceremony held January 22.

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Debbie Bolin, Sacred Heart Teacher and Keynote Speaker

Pro-Life Supporters Gather at Pettis County Courthouse [PHOTOS]

Today (Jan. 22) is the anniversary of the landmark case of Roe vs Wade Supreme Court decision made in 1973. This decision granted women the right to abort their baby and ever since then, Pro-Life groups have gathered together on Jan

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Check Out These 56 Facts About Donating Blood

Since there are a few blood drives happening in our area soon, I thought I'd pass along these 56 Facts about Blood and Blood Donation  (one for each day between your blood donations!).

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University of Missouri-St. Louis Now Owns a Golf Course

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The University of Missouri-St. Louis now owns a golf course. The university announced yesterday that it's completed the $1.4 million purchase of Normandie Golf Course, which is near the school's south campus

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Sedalia Public Library Awakens “The Mystery of Reading” [INTERVIEW]

Winter Reading is here!  The Sedalia Public Library has a new and interesting theme for their program, all to encourage kids to keep reading. 

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