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Jack Miller

I was born Oct. 7, 1938 at Bothwell Hospital. I attended Washington Elementary and Smith-Cotton High School. I joined the United States Navy in 1955, and served on four WWll era Destroyers during my active career in the Navy. I am retired Navy with 24 years of service in the regular navy and the reserve force. I have worked in real estate sales, mobile home sales and a lot of laborer type jobs. I retired from Payless Cashways as a dock worker, and machine operator in 2001 when they went out of business. I have written columns for the Sedalia Democrat, and the Sedalia News Journal and two books “Unhurried Days” and “Looking Back Again.” I have worked in Radio for over 10 years as a newsman and on-air columnist. I have been married to Marlene (Yahne) Miller for 53 years, and we have three children, four grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. I am currently working on a fiction book of short stories.
Sen. Roy Blunt
Missouri Senator Roy Blunt arrives to speak at a celebration of the MFA's 100th Anniversary. (Photo by Jack Miller)

Listen to Gov. Jay Nixon and Sen. Roy Blunt Celebrate MFA’s 100th Anniversary [AUDIO]

On Tuesday morning (Nov. 19), Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and Senator Roy Blunt spoke to a large crowd in the Mathewson Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds during a celebration of MFA's 100th anniversary.

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K9 Unit
Officer Bill Connor with Gallo (on left) and Officer Travis Lorenz with Charlie

Sedalia Police Chief John DeGonia Talks New K9 Units [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Police Department received two new law enforcement tools last Friday (Nov. 1), and according to Sedalia Police Chief John DeGonia they were put right to work. The two additions to the force are of the furry, four-legged canine variety. Their names are Gallo and Charlie.

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Smith-Cotton Stadium Design
Preliminary design of new Smith-Cotton stadium provided by Sedalia 200

Sedalia 200 School Board Approves Stadium Layout Design

The Sedalia 200 School Board met in the Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School on Monday night (Oct. 28). One of the items on the board’s agenda was the stadium design for the new athletic complex planned on the grounds of Smith-Cotton High School. The board approved the layout design, and the school district will now be seeking bids for the stadium.

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City Council Meeting

Sedalia City Council Discusses Mandatory Building Inspections

The Sedalia City Council held a special meeting Monday night (Oct. 29) to present a draft for an ordinance on mandatory building inspections for downtown buildings. Following a presentation of the ordinance by Sedalia City Administrator Gary Edwards, Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn asked for comments from the downtown building owners in attendance.

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Tom May
Tom May at the Sedalia Rotary Club Meeting

Sedalia Rotary Club Discusses Pros and Cons of Ethanol in Gasoline with MFA Oil Representative

Today (Oct. 21), the Sedalia Rotary Club welcomed Tom May, the Director of Employee Public Relations with the MFA Oil Company in Columbia, Mo., who spoke on the advantages and disadvantages of ethanol, which makes up 10% of every gallon of gasoline in cars today.

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Smoking Ban
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Sedalia City Council Split on Smoking Ban, Mayor Elaine Horn Decides to Make No Changes to Ban For Now

The Sedalia City Council met Saturday morning (Oct. 12) in a work session with only one item on the agenda: Sedalia's smoking ban.  After the city council split 4-4 on a vote to leave the current smoking ban unchanged, Mayor Elaine Horn's tie-braking vote supported the option, resulting in no changes to the ban.  The city council may revisit the issue in 60 days.

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Smoking
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Sedalia Bar Owners and Citizens Fill the City Council Chambers to Protest Smoking Ban

The Sedalia City Council met at City Hall last night (Oct. 7), and once again, it was not a quiet meeting. A large number of bar owners, and other citizens filled the chamber to wait their turn at the microphone in order to protest the smoking ban, a ban which many business owners said has nearly put them out of business.

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