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From the Office Of Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney, Jeff Mittelhauser: Joseph Arbeiter Case to be Heard in Clay County

Clay County Presiding Judge Larry Harman sustained a change of venue request filed in the State vs. Joseph Arbeiter first degree murder case, sending the case to Clay County for trial.  Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Mittelhauser filed Notice of Aggravating Circumstances, indicating the State’s intent to seek the death penalty

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri-Memory: Staying out of Sight

Staying out of sight

I thought of this after watching the “get acquainted with “segment on our KSIS website, that featured me on Monday the 13th of July. Like many people I believe I photograph terribly, and as the years have added more than a little weight to my frame, wrinkles to my face, and enough area to my forehead to post commercials, I have attempted to take less and less photos

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Tips From Lexy: Healthy Eating on a Budget

We have all heard this time and time again: "Eat healthy to stay fit and feel great! You can afford it! Healthy food TASTES good!" But in a world filled with limited time to cook or take a healthy lunch break, find healthy food that tastes good, and who can afford that $8 jar of almond butter? I know I can't

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Why You Shouldn’t Use a Spoon to Give Your Child Medicine

A recent study shows that using kitchen spoons to give children medicine is highly inaccurate and often quite dangerous.

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Another One Checked Off the Bucket List

Yesterday (July 17), I went to visit my friends in the Athletic Department at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) for a meeting.  After the meeting, I was walking on cloud nine!  I was chosen as the new Public Address announcer for UCM Football and Men's and Women's Basketball this year

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Friday, July 18, 2014

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Friday, July 18, 2014.

Multiple Thefts Reported in the Area

A man in the 2500 Block of Southwest Boulevard reported to Sedalia Police that someone entered his unlocked vehicle, between 2 and 4 yesterday morning (July 17), and removed items from the glovebox.

A man in the

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Behind The Mic: Huntin’ & Fishin’ with Harry

Friday mean it's time for Huntin' & Fishin' with Harry on Newstalk 1050 KSIS at 9:00 am and Saturdays at 7:20 on Better Country KIX 105. Harry has been the host of this show and has branched out to hosting KIX For Hicks on Monday and Thursday morning at 8:10 with Beau Matthews  and he also brings Outdoors Now weekdays at 4:20 pm on Better Country KIX 105. Ha

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$1 bill on ground at The End Zone in Sedalia

Good Fun Little Jokes

I usually have a good laugh over cheesy or fun little jokes or pranks. I'm not talking the ones that cause severe damage to a relationship, friendship or whatever. I'm talking about a well placed old joke

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AmeriCorps volunteers helped construct a sandbag wall to protect Clarksville's historic downtown, but they say more needs to be done to find a long-term solution to flooding in this Mississippi River community. Photo credit: Clare Holdinghaus.

Volunteerism Up, Flood Waters Down

CLARKSVILLE, Mo. - A municipal decision put one historic Missouri city in danger as the Mississippi River began to rise. While volunteers stepped in to save the town, they say a permanent solution is needed to keep Clarksville's history from washing away

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American Idol Bus Tour Auditions Coming to Kansas City

American Idol XIV won't be on Fox until 2015, but the producers are looking for contestants right now as part of a nationwide bus tour.

The American Idol Bus Tour will make stops on July 19 in Branson at Branson Landing and then July 21 at Kansas City at University of Missouri Kansas City

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