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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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Betty Jean Anderson, 87

Betty Jean Anderson, age 87, went to be with her Lord and Savior on October 20, 2014, at the Ozark Nursing and Care Center, Ozark, MO. She was born April 10, 1927, in Sedalia, Missouri, to Roy Edward and Mary Elizabeth Tevis-Alexander

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Win McNamee/Cole Bennetts/Stephen Chernin, Getty

John Edward Simms, 66

John Edward Simms, 66, of Sedalia, passed away Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at Bothwell Regional Health Center, Sedalia. He was born on January 5, 1948 in Sedalia, a son of John Washington and Viola (Frazier) Simms

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Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident Reports For October 21, 2014

Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident Reports

According to a Missouri State Highway patrol accident report, at 5pm Saturday evening a 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix driven by 32-year-old Jennifer Dalton of Bates City ran off of Route “K” 800 feet south of Ridgeview Drive in Benton County. The accident re

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Behka’s Enquiring Minds: Three Day Weekends [SURVEY]

We've got two three day weekends coming up November — and most successful people have planned out (or at least thought about) what they'll do over those three days. 

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Morning: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For October 21, 2014

Sedalia man arrested for attempted rape, sodomy, and resisting arrest Sunday evening

At 6pm Sunday Evening Sedalia Police investigated a reported sex crime in the 200 block of Scott Joplin Court. The police repo

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Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident Reports For October 20, 2014

Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident Reports

At 3:33pm Saturday afternoon the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a two- vehicle accident, that occurred on Northbound 65 Highway North of I-70 Junction. The accident re

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Obituary

Charles William “C.W.” Summers, 84

Charles William “C.W.” Summers, 84, of Smithton, died Thursday, October 16, 2014, at University Hospital in Columbia.

He was born March 11, 1930, in Beaman, a son of the late Frank T. and Mary (Imhauser) Summers

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Obituary

Lillian Mae Newton, 79

Lillian Mae Newton, 79, of Sedalia, passed away Saturday, October 18, 2014, at Bothwell Regional Health Center.

She was born May 19, 1935, in Pyrmont, MO, daughter of William Henry "Willie" and Kathryn Emma "Katie" Heismeyer Monsees

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Devon’s Beat Raised Money for SADS Screenings Now Available [INTERVIEW]

I'm sure you remember The Devon’s Beat 5k Run/Walk that was held at the Lincoln Football Field earlier this year. It was a huge success, and benefited research in SADS.  SADS is Sudden Arhythmia Death Syndrome are genetic heart rhythm abnormalities that can cause sudden death in young, healthy people who are undiagnosed. Sudden arrhythmia death syndromes cause sudden death in young, apparently healthy people.

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Behka’s Enquiring Minds: Checking Your Cell Phone [SURVEY]

Everywhere you go these days . . . on the street, at a restaurant, at the movies . . . you see people staring straight down at their phones.  Unless you're too busy staring at YOURS.  So . . . has it become socially acceptable? 

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