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Sedalia Bar Owners and Citizens Fill the City Council Chambers to Protest Smoking Ban

The Sedalia City Council met at City Hall last night (Oct. 7), and once again, it was not a quiet meeting. A large number of bar owners, and other citizens filled the chamber to wait their turn at the microphone in order to protest the smoking ban, a ban which many business owners said has nearly put them out of business.

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Police Investigating Attempted Truck Theft from Warrensburg Ford

Police are investigating an attempted auto theft that occurred this morning (Oct. 3) at Warrensburg Ford, located at 330 East Young St.  According to a press release from the Warrensburg Police Department, someone attempted to steal a black Ford pickup truck by pulling the truck out of the dealership lot and into the middle of Business Route 50 in front of the dealership.

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Sedalia STING Unit Makes Meth Bust at Stardust Motel on South Limit

At 12:04 a.m. this morning (Oct. 3), the Sedalia Police Department STING Unit served a search warrant with officers from the Pettis County Sheriff's Department and Missouri State Highway Patrol at Room 11 of the Stardust Motel, located at 4710 S. Limit.

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Sacred Heart and Smith-Cotton Faculty Hoop It Up for Charity

Last night, (Oct. 1) the Sacred Heart faculty and Smith-Cotton faulty went head to head at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center on the campus of State Fair Community College. Fans from both sides packed the stands and helped raise money for United Way. Along with the game, fans were entertained by cheerleaders from both schools, Smith-Cotton High Voltage, The SFCC Spirit Squad and the men and women Roadrunner basketball teams.

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Bring the Noise: Kansas City Chiefs Fans Aim for World Record for Crowd Volume

The Kansas City Chiefs are off to their best start since 1987. They are 4-0 and Arrowhead Stadium has been rocking. The Chiefs will travel to Tennessee next Sunday, but when they return home on Sunday, Oct. 13, they will be looking for a win against the rivaled Oakland Raiders and a new world record.

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Streetscape Project

Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn Discusses Phase lll Streetscape Plans [INTERVIEW]

The City of Sedalia held an open meeting on Tuesday evening (Oct. 1) regarding Phase lll of the Streetscape project. The project includes the arch that will be built just off Broadway on South Ohio. The informational meeting brought out downtown merchants whose businesses will be affected by the construction project.

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Gov. Nixon Announces Major Infrastructure Improvements at the Missouri State Fairgrounds

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon joined Missouri State Senator Mike Parson and other state and local officials in Sedalia today (Oct. 1) to announce $2.2 million in infrastructure improvements at the more than 100-year-old Missouri State Fairgrounds. The improvements include upgrades to the storm water management system at the fairgrounds.

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Sedalia Fire Department Provides Tour of New Fire Station

Last night (Oct. 1) Sedalia Fire Chief, Mike Ditzfeld and Deputy Fire Chief Gregg Harrell took the Sedalia City Council and the media on a guided tour of the new fire station, which is now more than 50% completed. The facility sports four Hugh bays that  will house the new larger fire truck that is due to arrive in November, along with other fire engines.

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Save Lives with the American Red Cross Next Week in Sedalia [INTERVIEW]

Our radio stations like to help out  locally with as many local causes as we can.  It can be donating to a cause, getting the word out, or helping with the event, we'll do what needs to get done.  We're pairing up with the American Red Cross next week for a huge blood drive.

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Hospital Group Highlights Missouri’s Poor Health

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A new report says Missouri has seen a steady decline in the health of its residents.

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