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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.
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Sedalia City Council holds a pre-council meeting to discuss smoking ban.

Sedalia City Council Remains Split on Smoking Ban Debate, Aims to Draft Ordinance by June 3

The Sedalia City Council met last night (May 23) to once again discuss the idea of a smoke free Sedalia. The pre-council meeting was a lively session of debate among the seven members in attendance, with the council clearly still split on the issue as they were at the work session earlier in the month.

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Sedalia STING Unit Makes Marijuana Bust on South Prospect, One Suspect Still At Large

At 4:45 this Tuesday morning, the Sedalia Police Department S.T.I.N.G Unit along with other Sedalia Police officers and Pettis County Sheriff’s Deputies served a search warrant at 1804 South Prospect. A search of the residence revealed approximately 1 1/2 lbs. of marijuana, packaging supplies, digital scales and a handgun.

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Sedalia City Council Continues Discussion of Smoking Ban

The Sedalia City Council met in a work session Monday night to discuss one of the most controversial issues it has faced in years; a smoke-free Sedalia. The council is apparently split on the issue with some councilmen showing a marked timidity on the subject, with others engaging in a heated debate on the subject.

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City Council Meeting on Smoking Ban Draws Large Crowd

The Sedalia City Council met in the council chambers of City Hall for a work session Monday night (April 29). There were three items on the agenda, but the one that drew the capacity crowd to the chamber was the proposal that would make Sedalia a smoke-free city.

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Jack Miller Recalls a George Jones Concert in Sedalia

The news that country music legend George Jones had died at the age of 81 came to me in the form of an overheard conversation this morning. The fact that I had been listening to one of his CDs in my pickup just minutes before could not be called a coincidence since his are the ones I listen to the most.

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Should Pettis County Invest in Solar Energy? [POLL]

On Monday morning (April 22), Pettis County Presiding Commissioner John Meehan held a press conference at the Pettis County Court House and presented a Powerpoint presentation on the Solar Project, which includes plans to put three 25 Kilowatt solar electric systems on the Pettis County Courthouse, the jail and public safety buildings.

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Suspect Sought by Sedalia Police in Connection with Tuesday Night Shooting

A shooting victim was transported to University of Missouri Hospital after a suspect fired three shots from a handgun at him last night in Sedalia (April 17). The victim was hit once in the pelvic area. Police are currently searching for a known 25-year-old male suspect in connection with the shooting.

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Sedalia #200 School Board Members Sworn In, Officers Elected

The Sedalia 200 School Board met at Smith-Cotton High School last night (April 8) for the first meeting following an election. The first item on the agenda was the swearing in of the newly elected members, which consisted of returning board member David Wolf and the new board member Diane Nichols, a longtime member of the Sedalia 200 School Foundation who took the seat of Stan Bowlin, who did not seek reelection.

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