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Registration Still Open for Paul Klover Soccer Association [INTERVIEW]

When we think of school these days, we think of the fall and we think of soccer.  The kids in our area definitely love to get out there on the pitch and run around to the delight of their proud parents.  So I thought it was important to let people know that just because it's a fall league doesn't mean that the sign up is in the fall.  It's now!

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This Is What Happens to an Adult When You Leave Him in a Hot Car [VIDEO]

There have been far too many stories in the news this summer about parents leaving their kids in the car while they go in and shop. This is not okay! We all know that a quick trip in the store can end up being much more than that.

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Good Day With Doug Stephan
Good Day With Doug Stephan

New Weekend Programming Coming to Newstalk 1050 KSIS

Newstalk 1050 KSIS is making some changes to programming this weekend.

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Sedalia STING Unit Uncovers Meth, Marijuana and Prescription Pills on East Walnut Street

Sedalia Police responded to 508 East Walnut Street to serve a no-knock drug related search warrant at 5:05 Wednesday morning (April 30). Upon arrival, entry was forced to the residence and detached garage on the property, and three adult subjects were taken into custody without incident.

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Walter Jack Staten Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder

At a contested sentencing hearing Wednesday morning (April 30), Walter Jack Staten of Sedalia, age 51, was sentenced to life in prison for the 2011 murder of William D. Saunders. The defendant pleaded guilty to murder in the second degree and armed criminal action in the Circuit Court of Cooper County, Missouri in October as prospective jurors waited in the hallway for a trial.

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Sedalia School Resource Officer John Cline Attends Active Shooter Training Workshop

Deputy John Cline of the Pettis County Sheriff's Office was among the participants in the Active Shooter Training and Drill Development Workshop held yesterday (April 29) in Columbia, Missouri. The workshop was sponsored by the Missouri Center for Education Safety and the Missouri School Resource Officers Association.

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Sedalia Farmers’ Market Returns on May 2 [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Area Farmers' Market has become a tradition in our area.  We're surrounded by people and places that thrive in agricultural subjects, and our local growers are some of the best. If you want the best in fresh, local food and produce, you can't beat the Farmers' Market.

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Mizzou Names Kim Anderson As Next Basketball Head Coach

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The University of Missouri announced on Monday (April 28) that former University of Central Missouri head coach Kim Anderson, 58, a two-time graduate of Mizzou ('79 and '81) and the 2014 NABC National Coach of the Year, has agreed to become the 18th men's basketball coach in school history.

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Construction Crews Demolish Buildings at Second and Osage

For those waiting for action on the dilapidated buildings in downtown Sedalia, the sight of tumbling bricks on the corner of West Second Street and Osage is a welcome sight. On Monday morning (April 28), crews moved in and began dismantling the two buildings on the northeast corner, just across the street from City Hall.

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SFCC’s Young Frankenstein Inspires Deep Love From Sedalians [PHOTOS]

The State Fair Community College Theater Arts put on their biggest musical ever this past weekend, 'Young Frankenstein.'  I was lucky enough to get to not only go to the show, but also the dinner theater!

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