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SFCC Lady Roadrunners Miss National Tournament

The State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners had hoped to receive an at-large bid in the National Junior College Athletic Association Women's Tournament in Salina, Kansas starting up on Monday, March 16

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UCM Mules Win Over Northwest Missouri Baseball

The Central Missouri bats came alive as the Mules pounded out 15 hits en route to a 14-4 run-rule victory over Northwest Missouri in the series finale on Monday afternoon at Crane Stadium/Tompkins Field

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Lucky Leprechaun Scavenger Hunt Ready

The Lucky Leprechaun scavenger hunt is March 10-18.

We will have prizes for each day and we will be hiding a medallion around the Sedalia area in public setting. We will have clues coming your way at 7:30, 11:50 and 3:20 on Better Country KIX 105, 92

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Sedalia School Teacher Fatally Injured in a Vehicle Crash This Monday Morning

Sedalia 200 mourns passing of teacher Steven Gooch

Steven Gooch, a social studies teacher at Smith-Cotton High School, died Monday (March 9) as a result of injuries sustained in an auto accident on South U.S. 65 Highway earlier in the day.

Gooch, 48, was an 18-year veteran teacher. He and his wife,

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Can You Guess the Most Popular Street Name in America?

America: where the streets have no (original) names.

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HBO

HBO Now Standalone Service Launches in April Exclusively on Apple Devices

After years of complaining from people who didn’t have or couldn’t afford cable (or whose parents refused to give them their HBO Go password), HBO is finally delivering a standalone streaming service, HBO Now. Today, the company announced some of its availability details, including pricing and when and where it will be available.

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McCaskill: Kansas City to Directly Benefit from White House ‘TechHire Initiative’

The Kansas City region will directly benefit from a new White House initiative announced today to bolster tech jobs, said U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill—a longtime supporter of federal job-training opportunities and of policies to grow the nation’s tech economy:

“It won’t surprise anyone in Kansas City that the region is being recognized for its culture of innovation

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Annual exams and other preventive measures are among the health-care services on the line for more than 122,000 Missouri women, according to a new study. Photo credit: click/morguefile.

America Waits For Supreme Court Decision On Latest Affordable Care Act Hearing

by Mona Shand ST. LOUIS, Mo. - The oral arguments have been made and as thousands of Missourians watch and wait to see if they still will be able to afford health insurance a new study highlights just how much of an impact the King versus Burwell

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Tim Boyle/Getty Images

Missouri State Fire Marshal Investigates Millerbsurg Fire

MILLERSBURG, Mo. (AP) — Authorities are investigating a deadly house fire in central Missouri. The fire was reported early yesterday morning near Millersburg. A victim was found dead inside the home after crews extinguished the blaze

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Pine Lawn Authorities Search For Teenager That Pulled Gun On Police

PINE LAWN, Mo. (AP) — Authorities in the St. Louis County town of Pine Lawn are searching for a teenager who allegedly pulled a gun on a police officer. The Pine Lawn officer was working a secondary job at a skating rink last night when he heard gunshots from across the street

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