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Missouri Arts Council Ready To Distribute Grants

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Hundreds of entities statewide will be getting annual grants from the Missouri Arts Council. The council says it's awarding 337 annual grants totaling $4.3 million during the current state budget year

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Missouri Department of Insurance Offering Medicare Help

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Department of Insurance is offering free help to seniors who want to review their coverage or enroll in Medicare. Open enrollment for the federal health insurance program for anyone aged 65 and over runs Wednesday through December 7th

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Revenues Down At St. Louis Casinos

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Revenue is down nearly 6 percent at the six casinos in the St. Louis area. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports all six casinos saw revenue declines last month compared to a year earlier

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Judge Rules on Accidental Discharge of Gun at Springfield High School

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A judge has found sufficient evidence to try an 18-year-old on charges tied to the accidental discharge of a gun at a Springfield high school. The Springfield News-Leader reports that Larvern Hale was bound over for arraignment in Greene County at the conclusion of his preliminary hearing Friday

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Kansas City Police Shoot Man in Self-Defense

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas City police say a man who was killed by officers had pointed a gun. The Star reports officers responded Saturday night from a part of the city north of the Missouri River before the altercation with the suspect

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Seventeen Protesters Arrested In St. Louis

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Seventeen protesters have been arrested in a St. Louis convenience store parking lot near where a recent police shooting reignited anger about an earlier Ferguson shooting. St. Louis police said in an email yesterday that the arrests were for unlawful assembly

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Smith-Cotton Homecoming Activities

The Smith-Cotton Tigers have planned numerous activities in the school district and that all of Sedalia can participate in. Here is a look at the weekly activities planned.

SMITH-COTTON HOMECOMING WEEK ACTIVITIES

Oct. 13-18

Food Drives

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Halloween Costume Ideas Inspired by 2014 Movie Characters

October is in full swing, and Halloween is right around the corner. If you're a movie nerd who's into dressing up for Halloween, picking your costume can be some serious business. But with only a few weeks left before The Big Day, you've got some choices to make. Wanna bro down with your buds and go as the Robert De Niros from 'Neighbors'? Or maybe you're a lady who wants to ditch the animal ears and do something much cooler this year. If you need help figuring it out, we've got a handy guide to Halloween costumes inspired by 2014 movie characters to help you get it together in time for the upcoming holiday, including what to buy and where to buy it.

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Sedalia Police And Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Monday, October 13, 2014

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Monday, October 13, 2014.

Several Thefts and Property Damage Reported

Sedalia Police received a call about two subjects that had been hired by a company to move items from a home in the 3300 Block of Southwest Boulevard. The two subject

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MAMA Presents David Parnell: Chasing The Dragon [INTERVIEW]

Mothers Against Methamphetamine is working harder than ever to fight the scourge of this drug in our area.  They've worked with a few local organizations to bring in a great speaker who has personal experience in the matter, David Parnell.

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