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Sedalia School Board Member Stan Bowlin Announces He Will Not Run For Re-Election

January 15 is the final day for interested parties to put their name on the ballot for the Sedalia School Board. One name that will not be on the upcoming ballot is current board member Stan Bowlin.  Bowlin announced after the Sedalia School Board Meeting on Jan. 14 that he will not run again and removed his name from the ballot, since he will be involved with an investigations business that will conflict with future involvement with the Sedalia School Board decisions.

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White House Rejects Petition to Build Death Star

The White House's 'We The People' website, which allows citizens to petition the Obama administration to take action on issues facing the nation, has been in the news a lot lately.

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New Poll Shows that Americans Hate Congress More than Nickelback
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New Poll Shows Americans Hate Congress Even More than Nickelback

It's no surprise that Congress' approval numbers have dropped significantly since the fiscal cliff debacle. But what's surprising is exactly how unpopular the legislative body has become. To put things in perspective, Congress is currently more unpopular than even the much-hated rock band Nickelback. Now that's saying something.

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Obama Nominates Hagel For Defense Secretary, Brennan For CIA Chief
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Obama Names Picks for Secretary of Defense, CIA Director

On Monday President Obama nominated former Senator Chuck Hagel to the post of secretary of defense and current counterterrorism adviser John Brennan as director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Both nominees may run into problems getting confirmed to their positions by the Senate.

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30 Rock Series Finale Nancy Pelosi
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’30 Rock’ Series Finale Taps House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi

Particularly with a series as celebrity and guest-star heavy as '30 Rock,' its no surprise to see a number of familiar faces as we march toward the February 1 series finale. We've already seen returns of Elaine Stritch, Matthew Broderick and Dean Winters, in addition to such famous announced finale stars as Ice-T and Julianne Moore, so how could '30 Rock' get any bigger? Try House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi! Find out the '30 Rock' finale details inside!

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Senator Roy Blunt
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Senator Roy Blunt to Serve On Senate Armed Services Committee

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) announced that he will serve as a member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Services, which has jurisdiction over the study and review of matters relating to the nation’s defense policies.

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Katy Depot
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‘Sedalia and the Civil War’ Exhibit On Display at Katy Depot

I am one of those people whose Netflix queue looks like either the most boring or the most violent in the history of mankind.  My boyfriend complains that it seems like all I'm interested in are long, somewhat morbid documentaries about World War II, World War I, Nazis, the Civil War, bombs and Mythbusters.  Well, I can't help it!  I love history.  I love all kinds of stuff like that.  So it is the kind of thing I'm definitely excited about looking into on a local level.  And you can do that anytime with the Katy Depot.

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Senators McCaskill and Blunt Comment on Fiscal Cliff Compromise

The United States Senate voted 89-8 Tuesday morning to pass the fiscal cliff deal. Both Missouri Senators Claire McCaskill and Roy Blunt commented on the deal.

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Morne de Klerk, Getty Images

Hillary Clinton Hospitalized with Blood Clot

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, 65, has been hospitalized after doctors discovered a blood clot stemming from the concussion she sustained a few weeks ago, according to an Associated Press report.

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Norman Schwarzkopf Dead at 78
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Retired General Norman Schwarzkopf Dead at 78

Norman Schwarzkopf, the retired American general who led coalition forces in the 1991 Gulf War, died of pneumonia Thursday in Tampa, Florida at the age of 78, the Associated Press reports.

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