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Webster University To Make Cuts

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Webster University plans to close three campuses this year in an effort to improve the organization's finances. Webster spokeswoman Barbara O'Malley wouldn't say which campuses will close because employees have not been notified

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Boys and Girls Club Make The Holidays Easy and Delicious with Honeybaked Ham Fundraiser [INTERVIEW]

If you're like me, you're probably a little nervous about doing all that cooking this holiday season. Why not let someone else do the heavy cooking this holiday season?

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2014 Sedalia Veteran’s Day Parade [PHOTOS]

The 40 & 8 and Smith-Cotton JROTC program capped off Veteran's Day with a parade in Downtown Sedalia. Hundreds turned out to show support in making what may have been one of the longest parades in recent history for Veteran's Day.

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College Students Know Zilch About America, Will Make You Sad

When it comes to the future of this country, be afraid. Be very afraid.

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Register Now for the Children’s Therapy Center Turkey Trot [INTERVIEW]

You've probably got the gist of what I do around here; I keep the websites updated with community events and charitable efforts. And believe me when I say that Sedalia definitely has a charitable bent. One event that's coming up is a huge benefit for the Center for Human Services and the Children's Therapy Center.

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SFCC Presents the New Children’s Show “Awesome Allie” [INTERVIEW]

Your kids might be coming home soon from school all abuzz about Awesome Allie.

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Airmen Visit Sedalia Middle School
COURTESY OF CINDY MUELLER-LEWELLYN Senior Airman Stephan Sablan, leaning forward at right, and Senior Airman Adrian Cruz, right, both from Whiteman Air Force Base in Knob Noster, visit Monday morning with students in Tera Thomas’s fifth grade classroom at Sedalia Middle School. Cruz told the students about the importance of knowing who and what we stand for as a nation. Sablan explained that freedom is “having the ability to do what we want and cherishing it,” as many in other countries do not have the ability to experience true freedom. Their visit was courtesy of Charter Communications in conjunction with Veterans Day and the History Channel's “Bring a Vet to School Day.”

Whiteman Airmen Visit Sedalia Middle School

The Sedalia School District has always been good to show appreciation for our Vets. Today (Oct. 10), two Airmen visited Tera Thomas's fifth grade classroom at the Sedalia Middle School to talk about the importance of the freedoms that we have in America

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A St. Louis High School Raises Money For Custodian Battling Cancer

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Students at a suburban St. Louis high school are using social media to help a custodian battling cancer. So far, the kids at Parkway High have raised about $18,000 for Ollie Caruthers

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Ebola Explained — Simple Talk About How Ebola Takes Over Its Victims [VIDEO]

Ebola may not be dominating headlines the way it did a few weeks ago, but it's still a good time to make sure we all understand exactly how this deadly virus works.

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Bothwell’s “The Doctor is In” Presents Dr Jeff Wadley [INTERVIEW]

"The Doctor Is In" is a free community wellness program where members of Bothwell Regional Health Center's medical staff give presentations and answer questions. Topics have included heart health, sleep disorders, diabetes and women’s health issues.

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