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Heavy rains, wind hit Pettis County

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As Pettis County residents took shelter from Wednesday’s severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings, the Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency staff was experiencing its own “perfect storm.”The tornado sirens in Pettis County were not activated once the tornado warning was issued, in addition to the severe thunderstorm warning, shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday, and EMA Director Dave Clippert said it was due to two problems that happened simultaneously.


Coach A settles into MU coaching job

COLUMBIA — In less than a month, Sedalia native Kim Anderson will coach his first game as the head coach of the University of Missouri.Anderson was named head coach about five months ago and the topic of discussion has been off the court instead of on it.Many issues happened under former head coach Frank Haith’s watch, but Anderson dismissed Torren Jones from the team in August.D’Angelo Allen and Jakeenan Gant have returned to the program aft...

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Gremlins beat Hickman

The Sacred Heart volleyball team beat Hickman in three sets Wednesday 17-25, 29-27 & 25-15.Hannah Wilhoit and Becky Full each had eight kills, Wilhoit had three blocks. Anna Callis had seven kills and Laura Wadley finished with five kills. Julie Chancellor had 15 digs, Anna Callis had 13 digs, Erin O’Conner had 12 digs and Mary Fischer had seven digs.Hickman won the junior varsity match in two sets.The Gremlins’ varsity win Wednesday comes on the h...

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Tigers not overlooking Clinton

The three game winning streak earlier in the year has given way to a two-game losing streak for the Smith-Cotton football team, but both of those losses were close.In a home loss to Nevada, S-C rallied from a 27-7 deficit and took the lead late in the game only to see Nevada return the ensuing kickoff 95 yards. In a loss last week at O’Hara, the Tigers nearly rallied from a 27-7 deficit again, getting within one point, but a late drive stalled deep in Celtics territory....

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Oct. 2 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. 3012:50 p.m.: Heather Dee Graff, 38, of Knob Noster, was arrested in the 3200 block of West Broadway Boulevard on a charge of stealing.Incide...

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Oct. 2 Crash Reports

Edwards woman injured in BentonAn Edwards woman was injured in a single-vehicle accident at 2:15 p.m. Monday in Benton County.Kenna V. Stout, 40, was driving south on state Route MM near Highway Cutoff Road when she failed to negotiate a curve, traveled off the left side of the road and struck an embankment, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol reports.Stout, who was wearing a seat belt, was taken to Bothwell Regional Health Center by Wa...

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Squirrely afternoon

This particular red fox squirrel seemed unfazed by human company Wednesday afternoon at Liberty Park. Full of energy, it scampered on the ground under pin oak, sycamore, sweet gum, buckeye and sugar maple trees, often circling up a tree trunk and peering around as if playing hide-and-seek. Later it bounded away, found a nut, and rushed to bury it in the ground.Although Liberty Park was relatively quiet Wednesday afternoon, the squirrel population was busy gathering nuts to stash fo...

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SBW gearing up for Business Women’s Week

Sedalia Business Women’s Week is Oct. 19-25, but they will start the month with several activities beginning with donations to Citizens Against Spouse Abuse Thursday night at their regular meeting, said new President Lori Haney.Haney was installed in May and began her position in June of this year.

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Oct. 1 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. 2910 p.m.: Shawn W. Spellmeyer, 39, of the 1500 block of East Fourth Street, was arrested at his residence on a charge of third degree domestic assault....

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S-C volleyball beats Center

The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers won beat Center 25-14, 25-17 on Tuesday. Abby Knight had nine kills, a block, eight digs and six aces. Courtney Koetting had 16 assists, five digs and four aces. Montana Hedrick had three attacks and had six digs. Annabelle Lorenz had two kills and an ace. The Lady Tigers (15-5-1) resume action next Tuesday in Clinton.

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Knob Noster tennis wins district semifinal

Knob Noster beat Clinton 5-1 in a district tennis semifinal Tuesday at Knob Noster.Alexis Corona won the No. 2 singles match 6-4, 7-5 over Lacy Lesmeister. At No. 6 singles, Alexis Allen beat Madison Dills 6-1, 6-2.The Lady Panthers swept doubles play with Corona and Jessie yates winning 8-4, Jessia Axton Axton and Elizabeth Eccelton winning 8-4 and Allen and Kirsten Orndoff winning 8-2.

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Smithton sweeps Lincoln

The Smithton volleyball team beat Lincoln 25-18, 25-17 on Tuesday.Whitney Fisher had three aces and 25 assists for Smithton. Konner Thompson had 11 points. McKenzie Treese had 12 points, seven aces, nine kills and three blocks.

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Cole Camp tops Windsor

Cole Camp handed Windsor its first Kaysinger Conference loss of the season, beating the Lady Greyhounds 25-18, 25-7 on Tuesday in Cole Camp.Kaleena Logan led the Bluebirds with two aces and seven kills. Gabbi Mallard had four kills. Alyssa Oelrichs had five kills.

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Green Ridge volleyball beats Tipton

Green Ridge beat Tipton 25-14, 25-9 on Tuesday.Molly Turner had five kills for the Lady Tigers. Katie Gibbs added six aces. Quincey Scotten had five assists. BreAnna Peck had three kills and three digs.Green Ridge won the junior varsity match 25-22, 25-13.Green Ridge (11-5-1, 4-1 Kaysinger) will open the Kaysinger Tournament Thursday.

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Gremlins beat Cole Camp in Kaysinger tourney

Sebastian Auguero scored four times as Sacred Heart beat Cole Camp 7-0 in the Kaysinger Conference Tournament at Stover.He opened the scoring with an assist from Max Martin in the seventh minute, scored unassisted in the 14th minute, added another on a Chance Spangler assist in the 27th minute and scored in the second half unassisted.Spangler also set up a Brandon Cooper goal, Garrett Strange scored on a penalty kick and Sergio Justiniano scored unassisted.

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Stover beats La Monte in Kaysinger tourney

Stover beat La Monte 7-3 in the Kaysinger Conference soccer tournament Tuesday at Stover.Brock Nolting scored twice in the first half as the Bulldogs jumped out to a 5-0 lead after 40 minutes, then added another in the second half.La Monte came back with three goals in the second half on goals from Jose Cardenas, Juan Barajas and Carl Cardenas, but could not dig their way back.

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Strong passing leads S-C past Clinton

Smith-Cotton controlled possession of the ball and scored three goals in the second half to pull away from Clinton for a 4-0 win Tuesday at Susie Ditzfeld Field.From the start of the game, the Tigers controlled the tempo and kept the pressure on the Cardinals.“Keep passing it, not doing anything stupid, not trying to take an opponent on when you don’t have a chance, just keep passing it and possess it, don’t let them have it,” said senior midfield...

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La Monte’s surge falls short to Stover

LA MONTE — The La Monte Lady Vikings had a resurgence and found confidence Tuesday night against a two-loss Stover team, but the Lady Bulldogs hung on for the 25-12, 25-22 win.La Monte had no answer in the first set against Stover’s power hitters Maggie Haynes, Mallory Uptegrove and Carley Nolting, but the Lady Viking defense dug deep in the second set.“I think they decided they could hit the ball too,” said La Monte coach Amanda Barton, “an...

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