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Downtown Sedalia Prepares for Scott Joplin Festival and More This Spring [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Downtown area is one of those places I think everyone knows about, but doesn't keep it in mind every day. That's a shame, because our downtown is growing, changing, upgrading, and bringing Sedalia's history alive every day.  Not only did they have a great Chocolate Crawl recently, but they've got plans in motion for this year's Scott Joplin festival and more.

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Sedalia City Council Decides Not to Amend the Smoking Ban

While the main issue at Monday night’s City Council work session (March 3) was a final review of the 2015 fiscal budget, the item on the agenda that garnered the most attention was amending the smoking ordinance for the City of Sedalia.

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Read Gov. Jay Nixon’s Letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Supporting the Keystone XL Pipeline

Gov. Jay Nixon sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry today (March 3) urging the State Department to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline in order to boost American energy independence and create jobs.

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6 Celebrities Who Prove Heart Disease Can Hit Anybody

These six celebrities prove that heart disease affects people of all ages, races and walks of life.

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KFYR

90-Year-Old Veteran Recieves Over 1000 Birthday Cards, and You Can Send Him One Too

Last month, a 90-year-old decorated World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veteran in Wishek, North Dakota named Harold Krueger lost his wife of 63 years, and has understandably been pretty down about it. But one of his daughters helped cheer him up in a pretty amazing way.

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White House Petition Seeks to Make MLB Opening Day a National Holiday

Major League Baseball Opening Day; sunshine, tailgating, hot dogs, beer, and the crack of the bat. We all wish we could take a day off and enjoy the MLB Opening Day, but instead, most of us are stuck at work. Now, former St. Louis Cardinal "The Wizard" Ozzie Smith has partnered with Budweiser to make Major League Baseball's Opening Day a national holiday.

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Sedalia Gets Moving with Bothwell Regional Health Center’s Couch to 5K Challenge [INTERVIEW]

Community members looking for motivation to get or stay active this spring will want to sign up for Healthy U’s second annual Couch to 5K program with Bothwell Regional Health Center.

Healthy U, a community health and wellness initiative, will host a kick-off meeting at 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 27, at the Bothwell Education Center. Information about the program and training schedules will be distributed at the meeting. The program is free and open to the public, but registration is required. The deadline to register for the Couch to 5K is March 3.

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Kansas Woman Indicted for Stealing $543,000 from Employer

A Bucyrus, Kan., woman was indicted by a federal grand jury today for embezzling more than $543,000 from her employer.

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Former Union President Indicted for Embezzling $185,000

The former president of the union representing Jackson County Department of Corrections employees was indicted by a federal grand jury today for a wire fraud scheme in which he embezzled more than $185,000 from the union local.

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Ted Suhr
Ted Suhr

Smith-Cotton High School Assistant Principal Ted Suhr to Return to Teaching

During the closed session of the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education meeting on Monday night (Feb. 24), the board unanimously approved the requested transfer of Smith-Cotton High School Assistant Principal Ted Suhr to a position as ninth grade art teacher at Smith-Cotton Junior High. Suhr will replace art teacher Jenny Ragland, whose resignation is effective at the end of the 2013-14 school year.

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