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Show Me Honor Flight 13 Returns Home from Washington D.C. [PHOTOS]

Show Me Honor Flight veterans were welcomed home last night (Oct. 29), and what a welcoming they received! As they exited of I-70 from their all day event, they were greeted by 25 roaring motorcycles waiting for them at Marshall Junction to escort them home. As they came into Sedalia and over the railroad tracks downtown, a large group of citizens were there to greet them, as well as the Sedalia Fire Department. The fire department sprayed two archways of water over the bus as it passed through, and on the other side were people waving and cheering them home. They traveled down Ohio to 3rd and then turned right off of 3rd to Osage, coming to a stop at City Hall to one of the largest groups that have welcomed the Honor Flights home.

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MoDOT Reminds Drivers to Be Cautious of Deer Near Highways This Fall

LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. – If you were to pick the Missouri city where you are most likely to strike a deer with your car, would you pick Kansas City?  Maybe Lee’s Summit? They ranked first and second in 2011 for deer-vehicle collisions in Missouri.

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Sedalia City Council Nixes Four-Way Stop at 10th And Winchester

An items on the Sedalia City Council agenda Monday night (Oct. 21) would have repealed ordinances 8728 and 9429 by changing the two-way stop at West 10th Street and Winchester Drive into a four-way stop. By a vote of five to three, the ordinance was defeated and the 2-way stop will remain at that intersection.

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Visit These Very Real Haunted Houses This Halloween

Halloween is haunted-house season, the one time of year you when, if you want, you can pay a random group of actors to fill up an old warehouse with gory props and costumes and scare the snot out of some people. But if you’re looking for a subtler, truly frightening experience, America is full of houses that really are haunted (well, maybe).

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Kohl's Cup Comes to Sedalia

Paul Klover Soccer Association Celebrates 50 Years With Kohl’s Cup Weekend

The Paul Klover Soccer Association is celebrating 50 years of being in Sedalia this year. This league allows the youth of the area to appreciate soccer and play in a recreational atmosphere. Soccer is said to be the most popular sport in the world, and it shows in Sedalia. On any given day you can head to Clover Dell Soccer Park and see a game played of some sort on thirteen different fields.

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Man With No Flying Experience Miraculously Lands Plane After Pilot Gets Sick

In a scene that seems like it's straight out of the movies, a man in Britain with no flying experience somehow landed a plane earlier this week after the pilot became sick during the flight.

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Proposed Missouri Rule Allowing E15 Gas Faces Challenge

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers are weighing a challenge to a proposed rule that could allow greater amounts of ethanol in gasoline.

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Drive-Thru Restaurants Prove Speed Is Definitely Not on the Menu

It seems like the fast is disappearing from the ‘fast food.’

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Monument a Piece of Home for St. Louis Bosnians

ST. LOUIS (AP) — About 70,000 Bosnians live in the St. Louis area, and a new monument in the city's Bevo Mill neighborhood will offer a little taste of their homeland.

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Washington Street Viaduct
Washington Street Viaduct

Washington Street Viaduct Reopens In Sedalia

At 1:00 this afternoon (Sept. 26), Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn and the Sedalia City Council cut the ribbon to re-open the Washington Street Viaduct. In attendance were city staff and representatives of the contracting company that accomplished the work on the viaduct, as well as citizens of Sedalia who had long anticipated the event

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