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Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Morning of Tuesday, September 16, 2014

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Tuesday, September 16, 2014.

Several Cases of Identity Theft and Forgery Reported

A man reported to Sedalia Police that his identity was used to open another account with KCP&L. The victim was char

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Missouri Valley College Football (Courtesy of Missouri Valley College Athletics)

Missouri Valley College Falls to #14 In NAIA Football Coaches Poll

Marshall, Mo. (September 15, 2014)- The Missouri Valley College football team dropped down the latest edition of the NAIA Football Coaches’ Top 25 Poll released Monday.

The Vikings are coming off a loss to Tabor (Kan.) College Saturd

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AT&T Outages in Sedalia Resolved

Today (September 15) customers in the Sedalia area experienced sporadic issues with calling in and calling out, due to a fiber optic line that was cut. AT&T has resolved the situation and issued this statement.
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Teddy Jones of UCM Golf (Courtesy of UCM Athletics)

Mules Golf Ninth After First Round of Brickyard Crossing Intercollegiate

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The sixth-ranked Central Missouri Mules golf team fired an opening round 14-over par 302 and sits in ninth place after the first day of the Brickyard Crossing Intercollegiate at the Brickyard Crossing Golf Club. The second roun

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LaVance Taylor named All MIAA Offensive Player of Week (Courtesy of UCM Athletics)

LaVance Taylor Named MIAA Offensive Player of The Week

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Central Missouri senior running back LaVance Taylor was named the MIAA Offensive Player of the Week after his performance in UCM's 50-31 win over No. 19 Emporia State last Thursday.

The senior from Raytown, Mo. broke four single-game school records and tied a career record in t

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Fiber Optic Cable Cut, Causes AT&T Phone Outages

There have been reports of a fiber optic cable that was cut that has been causing issues with AT&T customers in the area. Bothwell Regional Health Center wants to let you know that they were one of the ones effected by this issue and appreciates your patience. 91

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If approved, the Grain Belt Express transmission line would bring wind energy from Kansas to Missouri, Illinois and points east. Supporters say it would also carry environmental and economic benefits to the state. Photo credit: Kevin_P/morguefile.com.

Labor And Environmental Leaders Back Wind Energy Transmission Line

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (by Mona Shand)- It appears the winds of change are blowing in Missouri, as more people speak out in favor of a plan to build a high-voltage wind energy transmission line through the state

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Missouri Farmers Care Happy With Recount Verification

15 September 2014-JEFFERSON CITY, With the recount complete, Missouri consumers and farmers are once again victorious. The Aug. 5 election results in favor of Amendment 1, the Missouri Farming Rights Ame

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A+ Scholarship Programs May Encounter Reductions

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Education officials are notifying Missouri community colleges that the state might reduce reimbursements for the A+ scholarship program. The A+ program gives some high school graduates reimbursements for two years of classes at a community college in the state

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Republic Man Charged With Theft From Convenience Store

REPUBLIC, Mo. (AP) — Missouri authorities have charged a Republic man who they say stole whiskey from a convenience store and later made a drunken 911 call that referenced the theft. Thirty-four-year-old Timothy Henderson was arrested in connection to the September 7th incident

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