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Sedalia Police Reports For August 12, 2022

This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports. Thursday night, Officers took a report in the lobby of the Police Department in reference to an assault. A juvenile came into the lobby and stated her mother's boyfriend had assaulted her earlier in the evening in the 500 block of East 2nd Street. Based upon the information gathered from the juvenile, no crime has been committed.

Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports For August 12, 2022

This article is compiled from reports issued by the Pettis County Sheriff's Office. Thursday evening, Pettis County Deputies were dispatched to the 19000 block of McCurdy Road in Pettis County for a report of a dog bite. Deputies made contact with the victim in the case, and the dog owner. A dog bite report was completed, and will be sent to the Pettis County Health Department. No charges have been filed at the time of the report.

The Communal Message Behind Roger Waters’ New Song ‘The Bar’

Roger Waters is playing plenty of Pink Floyd music during his ongoing This Is Not a Drill tour — including classics from The Wall ("Comfortably Numb"), Wish You Were Here ("Have a Cigar") and The Dark Side of the Moon ("Money"). He’s also performing a handful of solo songs, among them the newly debuted piano ballad "The Bar."

Anne Heche ‘Not Expected to Survive’ After Car Crash

Anne Heche’s chances of survival are looking extremely low after a car crash that took place on August 5. Heche’s car crashed into a home, resulting in a huge fire that took an hour to put out, battled by over 50 firefighters. On August 8, her publicist released a statement explaining that Heche was in a coma, in an extremely critical condition.

Knob Noster Teens Injured in JoCo Rollover

Two Knob Noster teens were injured in a rollover accident that occurred Thursday afternoon in Johnson County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that a westbound 2001 Ford, driven by 18-year-old Noah E. Sullivan of Knob Noster, was on SE 525th at SE 601 Road around 4:15 p.m., when the driver failed to negotiate a curve, traveled off the left side of the roadway and overturned.

Deer Brook Villas Announce Expansion Plans

Deer Brook Villas is expanding to meet the demand for Housing in Sedalia. Kim Lingle of MBL Development Company, Kansas City, Mo., announced he will be constructing an additional 36 units at Deer Brook Villas, located on Mitchell Street just south of Highway 50 in Sedalia. Attending the announcement Thursday...

Moment of Sportsmanship During Little League Game Goes Viral

Texas is wild about its youth sports. Fiercely passionate. Recently in the world of Little League baseball, the Wylie Abilene team had an outstanding season making it all to the Southwest Regionals. Unfortunately, they lost to a very powerful Tulsa National team. However, there's no denying these young men have...

Neal Schon Says He and Jonathan Cain Don’t Talk Politics

Neal Schon has made one thing clear: He doesn't let music and politics mix. In a recent interview with the White Line Fever podcast, the Journey guitarist was asked about his professional relationship with keyboardist Jonathan Cain, with whom he reportedly shares different political and religious views. (Cain is a devout Christian and has written and released several solo albums of religious music.) The two have publicly feuded over various subjects, including an incident in 2018 that involved Cain, singer Arnel Pineda and then-bassist Ross Valory visiting the White House, where the group was photographed with President Trump. Cain's minister wife, Paula White, delivered the invocation at President Trump's inauguration and also served as chair of the evangelical advisory board during his administration.

S-C Football Hosting Black & Gold Scrimmage on Saturday

The Smith-Cotton Tigers football program will have its Black & Gold Scrimmage from 9 am to noon on Saturday, Aug. 13, at Tiger Stadium. The workout will include freshman through senior players under the leadership of new Tigers Head Coach Josh Gray. Admission is free but donations of Gatorade or...

Bridgmon Appointed to State Committee on Transfer & Articulation

Once many college and university students begin their higher education, the pathway to earning a degree may take them to multiple campuses before they have a diploma in hand. Through a recent statewide appointment, Phil Bridgmon, provost and vice president for academic affairs at the University of Central Missouri, is now in a position to help impact the smooth transfer and articulation of Missouri students who seek a higher education.

What Can’t You Come To The Missouri State Fair Without?

I don't know about you guys, but I know pretty much every year I head out the Fairgrounds during the big festivities. And while I'm not judging, I kind of do look twice at people who are walking around the grounds with a ton of stuff that's not organized. I'm not talking about SuperMom, who has all the swag and giveaways and what not nestled in every last pocket of the baby's stroller. And I'm not talking about the fine disabled folks to rent scooters or use wheelchairs and have bags and baskets attached to put all their stuff in. Or even the people who look like they're on a hiking trip with a huge backpack full of goodies. I'm talking about the person who Clearly either doesn't care about comfort or has never been to the Fair before. You know what I mean. Dudes in all black with no hat or sunglasses with seven shopping bags, or ladies in three inch heels, some kind of heavy sequined shirt, with a huge purse PLUS all the goodies they got on the grounds. Amateurs.

The Worst Movie Mistakes, And How to Easily Explain Them

Stan Lee is famous for co-creating the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, and the X-Men, but one of his coolest inventions is almost totally unknown beyond hardcore comics fans. It was called the “No-Prize.” As Marvel’s popularity exploded in the 1960s, Lee’s gregarious public persona fueled the books’ letters columns, which were flooded with enthusiastic fan mail. Marvel’s carefully plotted and interconnected comics universe drew extremely attentive readers, who soon noticed that despite Lee and the Marvel staff’s best efforts, some stories and moments didn’t quite add up. The Hulk might show up in an issue of The Mighty Thor, the same day he was supposedly in the Negative Zone in his own book.

Sedalia Police Reports For August 11, 2022

This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports. Wednesday evening, Officers were dispatched to the Bothwell Regional Health Center in reference to an assault report. Officers met with the victim, and gathered details about the incident. A suspect was located and after conversing with them, they were placed under arrest. Gregg Bernard Cravens, 74, of Sedalia, was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail pending charges of Domestic Assault in the 4th Degree.