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WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE PREPARES FOR 80-YEAR ANNIVERSARY

Whiteman Air Force Base is scheduled to celebrate 80 Years of Heritage from the Heartland. Officials say in preparation for the celebration of the 80th Anniversary of Whiteman Air Force base in 2022, the base is looking for photos of significant events or activities at Whiteman throughout the years – for the use in presentations and news stories.
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WILMA ANNETTE PACE KING

Wilma Annette Pace King, age 92, of Glasgow, MO, and formerly of Saline County, passed away Thursday, October 14, 2021, at Aspire Senior Living in Fayette. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, October 23, at Campbell-Lewis Chapel in Marshall, with William W. Harlow officiating. Burial will follow at Nelson Cemetery.
SALINE COUNTY, MO
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How SBLive’s Top 25 Missouri high school football teams fared in Week 8: One of state’s longest win streaks comes to end as Odessa falls to Excelsior Springs

Here’s how the Top 25 Missouri high school football teams fared in Week 8 action …. 1. Christian Brothers College (7-1) beat Rockhurst 41-10 After jumping out to a 28-3 lead in the first quarter, the Cadets put it on cruise control as they finished with 531 yards of total offense. Quarterback Patrick Heitert completed 16-of-22 passes for 185 yards and two touchdowns, and Jeremiyah Love rushed for 169 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries.
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Sedalia Police Reports for October 15, 2021

This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports. On the evening of October 10th, Officers took a report in the lobby of the Police Department in reference to an assault on a juvenile by an adult subject. Erica McGaugh stated an adult male subject punched her juvenile son in the 1900 block of South Missouri Avenue. The suspect has been identified, but not contacted at this time.
SEDALIA, MO

Sedalia Parks & Rec Notes Policy Changes

The Sedalia Parks Board gathered in the lobby of the Heckart Community Center for their monthly meeting Thursday, followed by a half-hour tour of the under-construction facility. The 10-minute meeting was led by Sedalia Parks & Rec Director Amy Epple and Board President Jerry Case. Parks & Rec's budget currently...
SEDALIA, MO

Sedalia Man Arrested on $50,000 FTA Warrant

Sedalia Police conducted a warrant check in the 800 block of East 19th Street Thursday afternoon. The suspect answered the door, and his warrant was confirmed through Dispatch. Richard D. Thomas, 63, of Sedalia, was taken into custody and transported to the Pettis County Jail. The warrant was issued by...
SEDALIA, MO
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Gas savings: The cheapest station in Sedalia

(SEDALIA, MO) For bargain hunters there may be no better target than gas, with the cheapest station in the Sedalia area offering savings of $0.07 per gallon. Prime Time at 216 W Broadway was the cheapest station in the area, according to a survey by GasBuddy, with regular listed at $2.92 per gallon Wednesday. By comparison, the most expensive gallon was at Break Time at 318 W Broadway Blvd, where a gallon of regular was selling for $2.99.
SEDALIA, MO
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Sedalia driver injured in Friday night accident involving deer

PETTIS COUNTY, Mo. — A Sedalia driver was injured in a one-vehicle Pettis County accident Friday night. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, Samual A. Craig, 30, was driving on Route HH, just east of Route EE, at 8:38 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15. A deer ran into the side of his vehicle, which caused his Chevrolet to travel off the roadway. Craig was transported by Pettis County Ambulance to Bothwell Hospital with minor injuries.
SEDALIA, MO
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PETTIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE RECEIVES FIVE-FIGURE BILL

More than a dozen canines were seized by authorities in Pettis County in June. According to a KMMO coverage on June 11, the incident included numerous innocent citizens getting bit by dogs near Covered Bridge Estates. Anders obtained a court order to seize the dogs and requested assistance from the City of Sedalia’s animal shelter.
PETTIS COUNTY, MO
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S-C’s Youngblood Named Show-Me Games Female Athlete of Year

Camden Youngblood, a freshman at Smith-Cotton High School, has been named the Missouri Lottery - Show-Me State Games 2021 Female Athlete of the Year. Youngblood was surprised with the announcement by Show-Me Games Executive Director Dave Fox and Program Coordinator Jessie Sida on Friday, Oct. 15, during SmithCotton’s Homecoming pep assembly.
SEDALIA, MO

Sunbreak Saturday — tackle it with these activities

(SEDALIA, MO) The forecast is calling for sun today in Sedalia. Here are three ideas for how to make the most of it, along with a four-day forecast. Have a picnic: With COVID-19 restrictions lingering around the country, this beloved pastime has taken on new relevance. Meeting a friend somewhere pretty with a basket of snacks and a blanket can be a spontaneous way to enjoy a sunny afternoon in a safer environment than indoors. Risk levels should always be taken into account along with advice from health authorities on gathering sizes.
SEDALIA, MO
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Three people seriously injured, including Sedalia man, in crash near Whiteman AFB

Five people are injured, including two from Pettis County, in a two-vehicle accident less than ten miles north of Whiteman Air Force Base. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports Charles Pritchard, 40, of Sedalia, was driving just north of NE 951 Road Friday evening when he failed to slow down for a car that was making a left into a private drive. To avoid a collision, Pritchard swerved into the other lane and struck an oncoming car head-on.
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New Medicinal Cannabis Dispensary Open In Warrensburg

Full disclosure: I have never smoked marijuana. Never liked the smell. Just never interested me. However, there are many medicinal uses that have made me think that this would be something I need to do more research on. BesaMe Wellness has a new location now open in Warrensburg. So I...
WARRENSBURG, MO
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MPD SCHEDULED TO PARTICIPATE IN DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT

The Marshall Police Department will be involved with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for a Drug Take Back Event. The event is scheduled to be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 23. The drop off location will be at the Marshall Municipal Court Building located at 5 East Eastwood Street in Marshall (across the street from the Marshall Public Library).
MARSHALL, MO
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MANUFACTURER’S MILESTONE BANQUET CANCELLED

The 2021 Manufacturer’s Milestone Banquet in Sedalia scheduled for Thursday, October 21, has been cancelled. According to a news release, many stakeholders expressed concerns in regards to hosting a large gathering. Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County officials said companies in Sedalia and Pettis County will still be celebrated on their five-year...
PETTIS COUNTY, MO
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CHIP-AND-SEAL WORK RESULTS IN LIMITED PARKING IN AREA CITY

The City of Knob Noster has contracted with Johnson County to begin chip-seal work the week of October 18th. City officials urge drivers not to park on the following streets: South Washington Avenue (from Division Street to West Bridge Street), South Lincoln Street (from McPherson Street to East McKissock Street), East Lucas to West Lucas Street, Center, West Allen, North Vaughn Street to U.S. Highway 50, North State Street to the start of the gravel road, Elliott Lane, Smith Parkway to NE 991 Road, East Wimer and Bagby Street.
KNOB NOSTER, MO

Tiger comeback comes up short in Warrensburg

WARRENSBURG, Mo. - A second-half rally by FHSU Women's Soccer fell short against No. 17 Central Missouri by a final score of 4-2 on Friday night. Down 3-0, the Tigers netted a pair of goals to pull within one with ten minutes left, but the Jennies were able to score once more with just under six minutes remaining to seal a victory. The Jennies improved to 11-1-1 (5-0-1 MIAA) and the Tigers fell to 4-6-3 (1-5 MIAA).
WARRENSBURG, MO
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