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DNA EVIDENCE LEADS TO A LONG SENTENCE FOR A SEDALIA BURGLAR

56-year-old James C. Smith of Sedalia, was sentenced to 17 years in prison on five burglary charges, four counts of stealing, a property damage charge and resisting arrest.  The offenses occurred between April of 2012 and March of 2013

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Two Missouri August Election Issues Criticized

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri court hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday on a challenge to the ballot summary and cost estimate for a transportation tax proposal. The Cole County judge set the hearing to occur on the same day that absentee voting begins for the August ballot measure

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Governor Nixon Launches Energy Plan

Gov. Jay Nixon today signed Executive Order 14-06 to formally launch the development of a comprehensive state energy plan led by the Missouri Department of Economic Development’s Division of Energy.  Under the Governor’s order,

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Cooper County Man Dies From Injuries From Explosion

BOONVILLE, Mo. (AP) — Authorities say a central Missouri man has died of injuries he suffered when a homemade explosive device detonated accidentally earlier this month. Sixty-year-old Earl Fredrich died Monday night at a hospital where he had been taken after the blast

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Whiteman Family Gets A Surprise Reunion

There are a lot of our military that our deployed at this time from Whiteman Air Force Base and we appreciate what they're doing. This week, Senior Airman Nathan Tucker, from the 509th Bomb Wing Public Affairs, had a chance to capture a surprise reunion that occurred

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Bill Stribling (owner) and Bob Simon (operator) Receive Economic Development Plaque

Stribling Packaging, LLC Announces Expansion in Sedalia

Stribling Packaging, Inc of Rogers, Arkansas, announced with Sedalia/Pettis County Economic Development that they plan to expand their Sedalia operations at 107 Curry Drive, in the Thompson Meadows Industrial Park

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SFCC Kids College Keeps Summer Learning [VIDEO]

SFCC offers many ways to fill your children’s summer days with play, learning and exploration.

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Lincoln High School Wins Missouri State High School Fishing Championship

The Lincoln High School team of Heath Renno and Corbin Mertgen brought a five-bass limit to the scale Sunday weighing 10 pounds, 6 ounces to win the 2014 Missouri State High School Fishing Championship on Truman Lake

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Sedalia Man Killed By Train

Johnathan Eade was struck and killed by a train on Saturday (June 14),  according to Sedalia Police reports. Eade and another man were on the train tracks on the train overpass at Highway 50, in the 3800 Block of East Broadway

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Brain Awareness Month Begins with Over $55,000 Raised By Alzheimer’s Assocation

The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Missouri Chapter announced that the Roast of Dave Griggs presented by KOMU 8 raised over $55,000. The event was held Thursday, May 29, at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia. 

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