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Roaming the range

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Kyle and Allison Rupe feed many families in their community.The Rupes are owners and operators of a 15-acre farm near Otterville. They grow and sell produce, poultry and eggs at the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market (SAFM). Their spread of beautiful produce—zucchinis, tomatoes, green beans, corn, strawberries, watermelons, onions and cucumbers — are displayed at the market via baskets on red and white checkered table clothes. A large cooler holds dozens of extra-large grade eggs and whole chickens. The operation looks like the effortless work of veteran famers, neither of which would be correct assumptions.


Knob Noster tennis wins on senior night

The Knob Noster Lady Panthers edged Odessa 5-4 on Monday.At No. 3 singles, Jessica Axton (9-0) beat Melisa Williams 8-4. Elizabeth Eccelton (8-1) won the No. 4 singles match 8-3 over Michelle Morris. Kirsten Orndoff (7-2) won the No. 5 singles match 8-6.In doubles play, Axton and Eccelton won 8-3 and Orndoff and Alexis Allen won 8-1.Jessie Yates dropped a close No. 1 singles match 8-6 to Madison Ault.Odessa won the junior varsity match 4-3....

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Strong second half lifts S-C

The Tigers scored three times in the second half as the Smith-Cotton soccer team beat Camdenton 4-1 on Monday.With the score tied 1-1 at halftime, Jordan Lawson put S-C in front in the 47th minute off an assist from Carlos Aguirre. Jorge Salazar set up Aguirre moments later to make it 3-1. Alex Wenner assisted on a Blake Grupe goal in the 77th minute to close out the scoring.Aguire had put S-C on the board in the seventh minute before the Lakers equalized on a penalty ki...

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Stover soccer beats Jeff City

Stover shut out Jefferson City 3-0 on Monday.Ruben Rubio and Brock Nolting scored first half goals and Triston Dixon added one in the second half. Goalie Alex Haag had a solid game in goal, recording his first shut-out of the season. Haag had 12 saves.

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Cardenas scores 4 as La Monte beats Columbia Independent

It took just 20 seconds for Carlos Cardenas to score for the La Monte Vikings in a 6-2 win over Columbia Independent on Monday.Cardenas struck again later in the game, finding an open spot in the wall on a free kick to make it 2-0.After Columbia Independent tied the game 2-2 before halftime, Cardenas struck again with a pair of second half goals. Juan Barajas added two of his own as well as an assist.La Monte keeper Charlie Fletcher had nine saves.

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Bluebirds beat Versailles

Cole Camp beat Versailles in a non-conference volleyball match 26-24, 25-16 on Monday.The Bluebirds were led by Allyssa Oelrichs with 10 assists and six kills. Kaleena Logan had seven kills. Lauren Ballman added 12 assists. Gabbi Mallard had four kills. Tory Viebrock had four aces to seal the victory.For Versailles, Maddy Hibdon had seven kills, two aces and a block. Lendie Nolting had 14 assists and five kills. Ali Lent had three aces, five digs, a block and two kills. ...

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S-C swimmers beat Marshall, fall to Warrensburg

The Smith-Cotton boys swimming and diving team beat Marshall 121-76 but could not quite pull out a win over Warrensburg, falling 135-101 on Monday at the Joe Arbisi Pool. Warrensburg beat Marshall 139-66.Warrensburg has beaten Smith-Cotton in every meeting this season.“We’re pretty close, we know what we can do, we just run out of bodies,” said Smith-Cotton coach Jerry Tankersley.The Tigers had three personal bests in the meet, including Chri...

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Playing the course

High school golf teams had to adjust to various course and weather conditions Monday at the Sedalia Country Club for the Smith-Cotton Classic. Teams battled windy conditions early on and played in light rain and misty conditions later in the day, but the S-C Lady Tigers shot a team best score of 394 to earn a seventh-place finish.“We had a personal team best and a lot of people broke their personal record, so it was a good day,” said Olivia Funk, who shot a 95....

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Food Bank looking for more Buddy Pack sponsors

Now that school is back in session, students have a guaranteed lunch five days a week, but some kids in Pettis County still need a little help on the weekends.Through the Buddy Pack Program, the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri is providing that extra help to 217 students in Pettis County this year, a slight increase from 2013.

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Sept. 16 Police Reports

This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each case.Sedalia Police DepartmentArrestsSept. 147:22 p.m.: Nichole L. Berg, 23, Arturo A. Camacho, 25, and Ricardo M. Camacho, 23, all of Sedalia, were arrested in the 1300 block of South Ohio Avenue on cha...

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Sedalia man arrested on distribution charges

A Sedalia man was arrested on drug distribution charges after Sedalia Police Department officers served a warrant at his home Tuesday, Sept. 9.According to a news release, detectives with SPD’s STING Unit and SPD patrol officers served a drug-related warrant at a residence in the 400 block of East Sixth Street at 10:02 p.m. Sept. 9. Two adults were detained while the residence was searched, and officers found meth, marijuana, drug packaging materials and supplies, and drug pa...

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Taylor’s record day earns honor

Central Missouri running back LaVance Taylor has been named MIAA offensive player of the week.Taylor broke four Mules rushing records and tied another on Thursday in a 50-31 win over Emporia State. He gained 288 yards on 23 caries and scored four rushing touchdowns. His receiving touchdown and 97-yard kick-off return for another gave him six overall for the game, another school record as he picked up a school record 396 all-purpose yards.Taylor also tied the career mark ...

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Select Tigers win at Raytown

The Sedalia Select Tigers took first place in the u-11 girls Raytown Tournament in the Woods this past weekend. Front row, from left, Sydney Toops, Eryn Woodard, Bailey Fleming, Emma Siron, Rilee Jackson, Katelyn Shipps. Back row, from left, coach Erik Kuhlman, Jordan Crooks, Alexa Trimnal, Lindsey Coble, Kiser Pannier, Briara Jackson, Peyton Kuhlman, Lexi Anderson.

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Sept. 16 Crash Reports

Man arrested for DWI after crashA Lee’s Summit man was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated after a single-car accident Sunday in Johnson County, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol reports.Timothy S. Martin, 26, was driving northbound on state Route F at County Road SW 800 about 8:10 p.m. when his car traveled off the north side of the road as it approached a curve, traveled back across the road and struck a second embankment.

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Four charged in Sedalia drug bust

Four people were arrested early Friday morning in Sedalia, all with multiple drug charges.According to a news release, Sedalia Police Department officers, STING Unit detectives and a K9 unit served a warrant at 5:47 a.m. Friday at a residence in the 1500 block of East Ninth Street. Five people were arrested without incident, and four of the five were in possession of drugs and paraphernalia. The fifth was arrested for an active warrant.Officers searched the home and foun...

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Sweet Springs volleyball competes at Lone Jack

The Sweet Springs volleyball team was swept by Maranatha and Barstow and split with Van Horn at the Lone Jack Tournament this weekend.The Lady Greyhounds fell to Maranatha 25-14, 25-13 and Barstow 25-19, 25-16. They beat Van Horn in the first set 25-19 before dropping the second 25-19.Hayden Dodds had a dig, Olivia Loges had three kills and seven digs, Kortnee Vaught had a kill, two digs and a block, Miranda Tyler had two digs, Ashleigh Bright had five kills, an assist, ...

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Gremlins compete at Hillcrest

The Sacred Heart volleyball team took sixth at the Hillcrest Tournament, in Springfield on Saturday.In pool play, the Gremlins split with Stockton, winning first set 25-14 and losing the second 26-24.They also split with Hillcrest, winning 25-18, then losing 26-24.The Gremlins lost 2-0 to Waynesville 22-25, 17-25.Sacred Heart fell in three sets to Springfield Catholic in the fifth-place match.

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Aug. 15William R. Vansell III to Roy and Faith Bemiss. the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section 9, township 45, range 21.Christopher D. and Marlene D. Cowles to Jeremy H. Schmidt, the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 7, township 46, range 20.Melvin E. and Susan M. Phillips to Melvin E. Phillips Trustee, Susan M. Phillips Trustee and the Phillips Family Trust, section 20, township 46, range 21.Jacque Alle...

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