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‘Look Good, Feel Better’ Revitalizes Sedalia’s Cancer Patients

As someone who has seen cancer up close, I can tell you that often, it's not pretty.  And for a lot of us, how we look is intrinsic to our personal identity.  If you don't look like yourself, you don't feel like yourself.  So In collaboration with the American Cancer Society, Bothwell Regional Health Center offers "Look Good, Feel Better."

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Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Seek Scholarship Sponsors for An Evening of Heart and Hope [INTERVIEW]

The Boys and Girls Clubs are really doing a lot of good this holiday season for all the kids who come into their organization. They're gearing up for their Evening of Heart and Hope, but that's not all that's going on. 

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Concordia Senior Center Bake Sale Will Raise Money for Local Aging Services [INTERVIEW]

The Concordia Senior Center is having a bake sale coming up on Dec. 20. They work hand in hand with the Care Connection for Aging Services.

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Dr. Mark Register Announces Resignation as Principal of Sacred Heart School

After working with Sacred Heart Parish and School and the Diocese of Jefferson City for the past 29 years, Sacred Heart School Principal Dr. Mark Register announced today (Dec. 17) that he will resign effective June 30, 2014.

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Habitat For Humanity Raising Money for Sedalia’s Needy at Colton’s Steakhouse Tonight

Colton’s in Sedalia will have a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity tonight (Dec. 17) from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. They’re raising money to build affordable housing in the Sedalia area.

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Fred Davis, SFCC founding president, photographed in June 2013
Fred Davis, SFCC founding president, photographed in June 2013

State Fair Community College Founding President Fred E. Davis Dies At Age 88

Fred E. Davis, the founding president of State Fair Community College whose mantra was, “Students first,” died Monday morning at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City. He served as president from 1967 to 1984.

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Student Crushed When Teacher Says He Can’t Play Santa Because He’s Not White [VIDEO, POLL]

Santa Claus has found himself in the middle of a race controversy.

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American Red Cross Encourages Donations This Holiday Season [INTERVIEW]

KSIS/KSDL/KXKX Radio is having a Blood Drive.  This Red Cross blood drive is on Friday, December 20 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Sedalia Public Library Open House Showcases Improvements [PHOTOS]

The Sedalia Public Library will finally reopen to patrons today (Dec. 16).  They had an open house on Sunday (Dec. 15) to let the public see the changes and improvements. 

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Shooting at Colorado’s Arapahoe High School — Suspected Shooter Reportedly Dead, One Victim in Critical Condition

UPDATED 10:00 p.m. ET: Authorities have identified the shooter as 18-year-old Karl Halverson Pierson.

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