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Jack Miller is our roving reporter and raconteur.  Jack’s had years of experience as a writer and storyteller.  He’s a Navy Veteran and lives in Smithton with his wife, Marlene.   If you go to a City Council, Park Board, School Board meeting or any other major news event, you’re bound to see Jack there (especially if there’s free food).

Rebehka Cramer has been with KSIS for about seven years.  She started as a part time employee and worked up to full time, working on our sister stations as well.  She has a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting and film.

 

 

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Devon’s Beat is Back and Ready to Fight SADS [INTERVIEW]

Devon Parrott, now 12 years old, was walking to class one day when he collapsed in the hallway. He woke up on his own -he was lucky to be alive.  Last year, I had the chance to talk with Angela, Devon's Mom, about something I'd never really thought much about: SADS. Now we've all learned a little about it, and Mid Missouri has really worked to raise money and awareness about this terrible and silent killer.

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Enquiring Minds: Fast Food [SURVEY]

Americans still LOVE fast food. A new survey found the average American eats fast food at LEAST twice a week, and spends about $1,300 a year on it.

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Afternoon: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For Friday February 27, 2015

Warrensburg man arrested for stealing a money order

On Thursday the 19th of February a Sedalia woman filed a theft complaint with the Sedalia Police Department. According to the victim the suspect stole a $150 Money Order belonging to them. The victim was

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri-Memory: Home Town Changes

 

Sedalia is the place I have always referred to as my hometown even though I no longer reside here. It has changed a lot since I was a boy, which is not surprising since I am well into my seventh decade. Som

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Rosella Anne Schnakenberg, 87

Rosella Anne Schnakenberg, 87, of California, formerly of Cole Camp, died Wednesday, February 25, 2015, at St. Mary's Health Center, Jefferson City.  She was born on September 30, 1927, in Cole Camp, Missouri, a daughter of Hugo and Alma (Harms) Schnakenberg

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Behka’s Enquiring Minds Recap: Week of February 23 [OPINION]

This week's round of Enquiring Minds surveys are just as unusual, thought provoking, funny, and earnest as ever. 

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events: Weekend of February 27

Here's a look at what's going on on our area this weekend. 

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Afternoon: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For Thursday February 26, 2015

28-year-old Sedalia man arrested for driving while revoked Friday

Friday afternoon Sedalia Police responded to a vehicle accident in the area of North Grand and West Pettis. Upon arrival the driver of an involved vehicle told the officers his license was revoked. Officers arrest

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Obituary

Jess Jackson Byrd, 74

Jess Jackson Byrd, 74, of Fristoe, died Tuesday, February 24, 2015, at his home.  He was born on August 20, 1940, at Warsaw, Missouri, a son of Jess and Stella (Smith) Byrd.

On May 26, 1983, at Claremore, Oklahoma, he was united in marriage to Virginia Lee Smith, who preceded him in death on November 9, 2014

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Boys and Girls Club Anticipates Spring with March Mayhem and More [INTERVIEW]

The Boys and Girls Club of West Central Missouri never stops when it comes to getting some new activities going in our area.  Basketball fever is quickly approaching and with it a chance to support our kids!

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