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Three State Fair Community College Staff Members Receive John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Awards

SEDALIA—Three State Fair Community College staff members have received the 2014 John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Awards presented by the League for Innovation in the Community College (League).

The awards recog

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Sedalia Noonday Optimist
Pictured from left to right is John Meehan, Club Board Member; Claudia Kays, Executive Director of MAMa, and John Schwenk, Club President.

Sedalia NoonDay Optimist Club Makes Donation To MAMA

The Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club recently made a donation to Mothers Against Methamphetamine (MAMA).

The donation was from the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club general fund as a result of our several fund raisers, such as the Pancake Breakfast at Little Big Horn Cattle Co

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Missouri Farmers Switch From Corn To Soybeans

COLUMBIA, Mo.– A lot of farmers may be switching to soybeans because of the high cost of growing corn. USDA’s first estimate for corn acreage in 2015 came in at 89.2 million acres, down about 1

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Severe Weather Map (Courtesy of Sedalia/Pettis County EMA Director David Clippert and National Weather Service)

Severe Weather Could Pop Up on Friday

The temperatures have dropped in the last couple of days and it looks like a big warming trend is not predicted at this time.

The National Weather Service is looking at a possibility of patchy frost late tonight and into Thursday morning, especially north of Highway 36

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Conservation and environmental groups give Congress a failing grade for its first 100 days of work in the 114th session, for lack of effort to protect the environment. Photo credit: chelle/morguefile.

Conservation Groups Give Congress an “F” for First 100 Days

by Mona Shand

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Earth Day festivities are under way in Missouri and across the nation today. But as environmental groups take stock of the work lawmakers have done to protect air, water, lands and public health, they aren't finding much cause for celebration

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Business Closings

Bayer To Close Plant In St. Joseph

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — Bayer plans to close its animal health products plant in St. Joseph. The move will cost 130 employees their jobs. The company says the plant would close by mid-year but sales of the products made there would continue until the inventory is gone

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Mayor Francis Slay
Mayor Francis Slay (Courtesy of City of St. Louis)

St. Louis Mayor Seeking A Committee To Review Confederate Memorial

ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay is seeking a special committee to consider whether the city's Confederate Memorial should be moved out of Forest Park. The memorial honoring soldiers and sailors of the Confederate states has stood in the park for a century

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Police Chase Ends With Two Arrests In Ferguson

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Two people are in custody following a police chase that ended when a car crashed into a home in Ferguson. Police in nearby Florissant received a call last night about a burglary

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Missouri Senate Committee Looks At Proposal For I-70 Toll Road

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri lawmaker has proposed that the state partner with a private company to make Interstate 70 a toll road. Senator Rob Schaaf told a Senate panel yesterday that the plan could help pay for needed repairs and improvements on I-70

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University of Missouri Freshman Arrested For Link To Anti-Semitic Graffiti In Dorm

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A University of Missouri freshman has been arrested for his suspected involvement with anti-Semitic graffiti found inside a dormitory's stairwell. University police say the 18-year-old was arrested on suspicion of property damage

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