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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

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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Airman Based at Whiteman Air Force Base Found Dead in Leeton Home [UPDATED]

UPDATE: The victim has been identified as 31-year-old Staff Sargent Chad Blackwell. Detective Ken Landes of the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department told KSIS in a telephone interview that the Johnson County Coroner has ruled the death a suicide.

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Boy Scout Troop 66 Hosting Chili and Soup Supper This Weekend [INTERVIEW]

If there's any comfort food that people tend to turn to around this time of year, it's definitely some warm soup or chili.  And if you're like me, making it yourself can be a bit of a hassle.  Maybe I'm just lazy. But I'm not too lazy to eat chili or soup to help someone else. That's just what you can do with Sedalia Boy Scout Troop 66 this weekend.

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Madison Rising’s Rock n’ Roll National Anthem – Love It or Hate It? [VIDEO]

Our national anthem, "The Star Spangled Banner" is always played before big sporting event begins. It's considered an honor to sing the national anthem, some performances are great, some are awful, and some are really weird. At the Nationwide Race that took place at Daytona Speedway last Saturday (Feb. 22), the national anthem performance definitely fell in to the third category.

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Liberty Center Presents Smith-Cotton High School Student Artwork [PHOTOS]

The Liberty Center in downtown Sedalia hosted the latest art showcase for the students of Smith-Cotton High School on Wednesday, Feb. 19. 

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Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Providing Storm Spotter Training in Sedalia

The Pettis County EMA is hosting an evening of Storm Spotter Training. Training is provided by the National Weather Service on Feb. 20 at 7:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 1701 West 32nd St.

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