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Sedalia Kiwanis Raising Funds for Kids and Seniors with Card Party this Weekend [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Kiwanis will be having a Card Party on Saturday to play some Pitch and Hand and Foot.  The Kiwanis is home to some of the the largest youth service programs in the world. Their local clubs programs empower elementary school students, tweens and teens to make an impact through service and leadership.  They also help a lot with our local charities that get overlooked, and that's what this weekend's Card Party is all about.

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John Meehan
Pettis County Commissioner John Meehan

Pettis County Commissioner John Meehan Discusses His Decision Not to Seek Re-election in 2014

In an interview with Pettis County Presiding Commissioner John Meehan on Thursday morning, Meehan discussed his decision not to run for re-election and his commitment to spend the last year of his four-year term working hard for the people of Pettis County.

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Reporter Faints During Live Report, Somehow Manages to Finish Interview [VIDEO]

Sure, everyone loves a good news blooper, but here's one that, at first, seemed quite frightening.

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Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Prepares for 24th Annual Fundraiser Auction [INTERVIEW]

The Guest Speaker at the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Breakfast today (Dec. 12) was Matt LaCasse of the Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri. The main topic of LaCasse’s speech was centered on the organization's fundraising efforts for 2014.

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Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn Says to Expect a ‘Surprise’ at Saturday’s Christmas Parade [INTERVIEW]

Prior to the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Breakfast this Thursday morning (Dec. 12), KSIS had the opportunity to talk to Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn about upcoming events  this weekend. Mayor Horn will be riding in the parade this year, which will take place at 10:00 Saturday morning after being delayed by cold weather last Saturday.

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Downtown Sedalia

Downtown Building Inspection Ordinance Tabled Again

At the Sedalia City Council meeting on Monday night (Nov.19), the council voted to once again delay a vote on the ordinance on mandatory inspections for buildings in downtown Sedalia. The delay came about as Ward 4 Councilman Larry Stevenson requested an amendment he had written be added to the ordinance. Three people came to the podium to protest the delay of the ordinance siting safety concerns.

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Deputy Auditor Harry Otto
Deputy Auditor Harry Otto

Missouri Deputy Auditor Harry Otto Discusses Auditor Duties and Speed Traps [INTERVIEW]

This morning, Missouri's Deputy Auditor Harry Otto was the guest speaker at the Sedalia area Chamber of Commerce Breakfast. Mr. Otto spokes about the duties of the auditor’s office and then answered questions from the audience.

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Rep. Stanley Cox

Missouri State Representative Stanley Cox Talks Medicaid and Agriculture Committee [AUDIO]

This morning (Nov.14), I had the opportunity to talk to Missouri State Representative for the 52nd District, Stanley Cox. Cox talked about several issues, including a new committee he has been appointed to co-chair and the Medicaid system in the State of Missouri.

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Boys and Girls Club Helps Local Kids Excel [INTERVIEW]

The Boys and Girls Club of West Central Missouri is a busy place. Here locally they serve almost 2000 kids.  Not only do they help here in Sedalia, but they also reach to our surrounding communities and counties.

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Sedalia Park Board Approves Septagon to Lead Construction of Community Center, Aims to Fix Clover Dell Park Well

The Sedalia Park Board met in the Historic Convention Hall Thursday night with several items on its agenda. The board accepted a bid of $578,400 from Septagon Construction in Sedalia to be the Construction Manager for the proposed Community Center.

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