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2014-2015 Lady Roadrunners (courtesy of SFCC)

SFCC Lady Roadrunners Win Midwest Community College Athletic Conference And #1 Seed In Region 16 Tournament

The State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners took their #9 ranking in the country to Mineral Area Community College on Saturday. The Lady Roadrunners already secured the #1 seed in the Region 16 Championship, but Coach Kevin Bucher and Coach Jordan Greenleaf readied the team with championship week and wanted to win it outright

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Gear Up For The Wedding Season At The Sedalia Bridal Fair

Spring and summer may be the time when a lot of weddings take place, but it is the winter when a lot of the planning happens.

Each year a big wedding planner day happens at the Missouri State Fairgrounds and Sunday, February 22, is the day to head out to the Missouri Electric Co-Op Building for the Sedalia Bridal Fair.

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Blue Springs Man Pleads Guilty To Producing Child Porn

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Blue Springs, Mo., man who was caught sexually assaulting a toddler on a nannycam pleaded guilty in federal court today to producing child pornography

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PICTURED:Sacred Heart High School accounting and personal finance students toured the Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City.

Sacred Heart Students Visit KC Money Museum

By: Becky Full, SHS Senior

Twenty-one Sacred Heart High School accounting and personal finance students and their teachers, Timara Kennon and Kerry Henley, recently toured the Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City

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Kehde's Countdown To Spring

Spring Is Near

Yesterday, I informed you about Hoodie-Hoo Day, which was even the first time I heard of such a holiday. It's a day to try to bring spring closer to us, by putting your hands in the air outside and yelling Hoodie-Hoo!  Behka is a witness that I did give it a whirl to try and help out our friends in the New England states.

However, one of our great traditions in Sedalia is the true c

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Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Morning of Saturday, February 21, 2015

The following Sedalia Police crime reports are from the morning of Saturday, February 21, 2015.

A supervisor from the Children's Division of the Missouri Department of Family Services reported to Sedalia Police that there was a theft by way of fraud and forgery of a state voucher to buy clothes for a child

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MoDOT Snowplow
courtesy of MoDOT

Travel Advisory Issued

The ice and snow has started to come down with our winter weather advisory.

Be very careful if you do have to do any traveling, however the Cooper County EMA issued a statement to discourage you from traveling tonight and into tomorrow morning

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Coast To Coast Scheduled Guests For Weekend and Week of February 21

Monday, February 23, 2015 LIVE with George Noory Guest: Brooks Agnew Electrical Engineer and Doctor of Physics, Bruce Agnew will update his work on hollow Earth studies including a new Harvard study claiming an Earth inside of Earth, as well as more evidence revealing a shadow government eclipsing the power of Congress via various government agencies, the truth about Net Neutrality and Brook’s development of the first electric truck

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‘12 Years a Slave’ (2013)
Fox Searchlight

Journey Through Oscar History With This Gallery of All 86 Best Picture Winners

This Sunday’s Oscars will be the 87th annual Academy Awards. In nearly a century of honoring Hollywood’s best, the Academy has sometimes has made some bold choices, and some dumb choices. This gallery has them all; the complete history of nine decades of Best Picture winners in pictures. Some are classics, still watched to this day. A few are almost totally forgotten to history. (Cavalcade, anyone?) But they all won. Even Crash, somehow.

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Wavebreak

Busted: 8 Common Heart-Disease Myths

Heart disease is often referred to as a "silent killer" because so many people don't realize they're at risk or have cardiovascular health issues. The malady kills about 2,200 Americans every day, making heart disease deadlier than all forms of cancer combined. And yet, there are still so many myths about heart disease floating around.

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