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Alice Fairfax, First United Methodist Church trustee, said her family had been a member of the church for four generations as she looked at the rubble after a fire Wednesday night consumed the 1888 building (March 3, 2016 -- video by Shane Keyser | skeyser@kcstar.com). skeyser@kcstar.com
Alice Fairfax, First United Methodist Church trustee, said her family had been a member of the church for four generations as she looked at the rubble after a fire Wednesday night consumed the 1888 building (March 3, 2016 -- video by Shane Keyser | skeyser@kcstar.com). skeyser@kcstar.com

Investigation begins into fire that destroyed historic Sedalia church

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UPDATED March 03, 2016 08:04 PM

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