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Young Boy Suspended For Bringing the “One Ring” to School

Forged in the fires of Mount Doom, the Ring of Power was stripped from the hand of Sauron following the final battle with the Last Alliance and became of a keepsake of Prince Isildur. Now corrupted by the One Ring, Isildur fell in battle, losing the ring to the river. From there, “Isildur’s Bane” fell into the hands of the creature known as Gollum and from there, into the hands of the Hobbit known as Bilbo Baggins. It was only through the efforts of the Fellowship of the Ring and the brave Frodo Baggins that the One Ring was destroyed forever ... or so we thought. Because the ring has fallen into the hands of a young Texas boy, who was suspended from school for wielding such an accursed tool.

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Walker Photography

What Is Happening At The Cabin Fever Sports Show?

The Angler's Port Marine Cabin Fever Sports Show is less than one week away! It will be February 7 and 8 at the Mathewson Exhibition Center in Sedalia, Mo. Feb. 7 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Feb. 8 from 10 a

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events – Weekend of January 30

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

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Cortney Jolliff
Cortney Jolliff, CNP, a graduate of Missouri Valley College, with the Student Leader of the Year Award. (Courtesy of Nonprofit Leadership.org)

MVC Graduate Recognized at National Nonprofit Conference

MVC Alumnae Cortney Jolliff was recently presented with the Nonprofit Leadership Alliances’ Student Leader of the Year Award. Jolliff received the award for her work during the 2013-2014 academic year. The awards

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‘Project Almanac’ Review: Found Footage Goes Back to the Future

Woe be unto humanity if teenagers discover time travel. That’s the main takeaway from the entertaining new found-footage thriller ‘Project Almanac,’ in which a quintet of adolescents find a time machine, and do exactly what a bunch of adolescents would do if they found a time machine: Party, prank, and screw around with no thought to the consequences of their actions. These kids know and cite ‘Looper’ and ‘The Terminator,’ but the movie they should have paid attention to was ‘The Butterfly Effect,’ because they seem caught off-guard when their innocent misadventures in the timestream begin to ripple out in dangerous ways.

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Burns Chapel Youth Get Sedalia Dancing This Valentine’s Day [INTERVIEW]

The Burns Chapel Youth Group is hosting a Valentine Dinner and Dance.

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The New York Times, YouTube

How Exactly Are NFL Footballs Made?

It's hard to believe that the biggest story before the Super Bowl is about the amount of air in some footballs, but Deflategate continues to be the scandal that won't go away. With that in mind, the New York Times decided to do some investigative reporting to show fans just what goes on in a Wilson football factory.

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Knights of Columbus Free Throw Winners

Six boys and three girls from Sedalia and surrounding towns, ranging in age from 9 through 14, were named local champions of the 2015 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship.    Sedalia Council #831 sponsored the local competition at the Sacred Heart School gym this past Sunday

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From left, SFCC President Dr. Joanna Anderson, Doak and Margie Davis.

Brooke Doak Awarded First Davis Scholarship

State Fair Community College sophomore Brooke D. Doak, of Centerview, has received the first Fred and Margie Davis Annual Scholarship. Doak, a 2013 graduate of Crest Ridge High School, is a full-time student majoring in social work and plans to attend the University of Central Missouri in the fall

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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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