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Joplin, Missouri Marks One Year Anniversary Of Deadly Tornado
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Five Years Later…Joplin, MO Keeps Growing After Deadly Tornado

Five years after an EF-5 tornado devastated the city and claimed 161 lives, Joplin continues to rebound.

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No Permit Needed in Missouri for a Concealed Weapon?

In a story released yesterday from the office of State Representative Eric Burlison of the 133rd District, some changes could come to Missouri concerning a need for a permit to carry a concealed weapon. 

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Man Accused of Assault at Trump Rally Appears in NC Court

The white Donald Trump supporter accused of punching a black man being escorted from a Trump rally in North Carolina by sheriff's deputies has had his case continued.

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Sedalia City Council Discussed the Budget and Other Agenda Items Monday Night

The Sedalia City Council met at City Hall Monday night for its regularly scheduled meeting.

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Absentee Voting Open Now For April 5, 2016 Municipal Election

Pettis County Clerk and Election Authority Nick LaStrada has announced that absentee voting is now open for the April 5th General Municipal election.

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City Council Candidates Set For April 5 Election

According to the City of Sedalia’s Website, the field of candidates for Sedalia City Council seats in the up-coming April 5 election is now complete.

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Leroy Van Dyke to be Honored

The members of the Missouri legislature will take time Tuesday, January 19 to honor country music legend and Missouri native Leroy Van Dyke.

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Deputy Pettis County Assessor Christopher Woolery to Run For Assessor in 2016 Election

Christopher Woolery, the current Deputy Assessor of Pettis County, is seeking the election of Pettis Count Assessor.

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City Council Meeting: January 4, 2016

Sedalia City Council work session features Scott Joplin Foundation update

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Cadet Ivan Heredia salutes veterans as they make their way into the Smith-Cotton High School gymnasium Wednesday morning for the Veterans Day ceremony, organized annually by the school’s JROTC program. More than 150 veterans attended the breakfast and ceremony.

150 Veterans Honored at Smith-Cotton JROTC Veterans Day Breakfast And Ceremony

More than 150 local veterans were honored and thanked for their military service Wednesday morning during the Smith-Cotton High School JROTC program’s annual Veterans Day breakfast and ceremony.

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