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Sedalia STING Unit Arrests Two Suspects After Observing Drug Deal on East 4th Street

The Sedalia STING Unit arrested two suspects yesterday (April 16) after conducting surveillance in the 1600 Block of East 4th Street.

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Groundbreaking Ceremony at the Trails End Project at Highway 65 and 16th Street

Trails End Project Kicks Off with Groundbreaking Ceremony

The Trails End Project is officially underway at the corner of 16th Street and Highway 65. The Trails End Committee held an official groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday afternoon (April 16).

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Heber Hunt Elementary Principal Bill Betteridge
Heber Hunt Elementary Principal Bill Betteridge

Sedalia School District Hosts Annual Student Resource Fair

The Sedalia School District conducted a Student Resource Fair Tuesday night (April 15) at the Smith-Cotton Jr. High FEMA Building. The Sedalia School District brought  in community agencies such as Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri, State Fair Community College Hygeine, Childsafe, CACTUS, Social Services and other organizations to inform parents about different programs available to them.

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Animal FAIR Helps Find Homes for Sedalia’s Adoptable Pets [INTERVIEW]

Animal F.A.I.R. is hosting an adoption event on Saturday, April 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Sedalia at the Tractor Supply Company. Animal FAIR is a group of dedicated volunteers rescuing cats and dogs from abuse, abandonment, neglect, illness and more.They are a non-profit, no kill animal rescue based in Sedalia, Missouri.

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Frazier Glenn Cross
Frazier Glenn Cross (Getty Images)

White Supremacist Appears in Court on Murder Charges

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (BILL DRAPER, Associated Press) — An avowed white supremacist has made his first appearance in court on charges he killed three people in a shooting spree at two Jewish community sites in suburban Kansas City.

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Impact Signs in Sedalia Announces Expansion

Impact Signs owners David and Julie Goodson announced the $260,000 expansion of their business Tuesday morning (April 15) at an event held by Economic Development-Sedalia Pettis County.

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Brennan Scanlon to Lead Smith-Cotton Boys Basketball Program

In closed session Monday night (April 14), the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hiring of Brennan Scanlon as Smith-Cotton High School boys basketball coach.

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Attorney General Eric Holder
Attorney General Eric Holder (Getty Images)

Feds to Probe Hate Crimes Link in Kansas Shootings

WASHINGTON (PETE YOST, Associated Press) — Attorney General Eric Holder says Justice Department prosecutors will investigate whether federal hate crimes were committed in the Kansas shootings that killed three people over the weekend.

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Aldon Smith and Dorial Green-Beckham
Aldon Smith (on Right) and Dorial Green-Beckham (Getty Images)

Drugs, Violence and Bad Behavior – Recapping the Arrests of Mizzou’s Athletes

Like most of you, I am from the state of Missouri, so I cheer for the Missouri Tigers. The last year was pretty crazy for the MU, full of ups and downs. Unfortunately, many MU's headlines are about legal trouble. Everyone from coaches to current players to professional players from MU have made headlines for the wrong reason recently. Now that several MU athletes have been arrested, is the athletic department developing a bad reputation?

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Rick Yeager (on right) and Ron Ditzfeld
Rick Yeager (on right) and Ron Ditzfeld

Ron Ditzfeld and Rick Yeager Will Represent Sedalia in the 2014 Fireball Run [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Chamber of Commerce announced on Monday (April 14) that a internet show, The Fireball Run, will be coming to Sedalia in October.

The Fireball Run will have two local business owners racing with the 40 teams selected. Rick Yeager, former owner of Yeager's Cycles, and Ron Ditzfeld, owner of Ditzfeld Transfer, will represent Sedalia during the course of the race that starts in Frisco, Texas and ends in Independence, Missouri in October.

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