Chamber honors businesses, committees at annual awards event
Kitchen fire damages East Howard Street home
Bishop to face two challengers for La Monte City Council
La Monte man killed in accident
Area basketball standouts recognized on All-State, District teams
- Chamber honors businesses, committees at annual awards event - 10:29 pm
- Kitchen fire damages East Howard Street home - 9:23 pm
- Bishop to face two challengers for La Monte City Council - 7:32 pm
- La Monte man killed in accident - 6:46 pm
- Sedalia teen hurt in crash - 6:32 pm
- Man injured in three-vehicle accident on East Broadway Boulevard - 5:55 pm
- Men arrested in Windsor found with large amount of meth - 5:05 pm
- Burn ban issued for Pettis County - 6:17 pm
- March 23 Police Reports - 6:15 pm
- Drum challenged for La Monte City Council Ward 2 seat - 6:10 pm
- Sedalia Animal Shelter starts Trooper Fund - 5:39 pm
- Stover FFA Chapter, community members donate to wildfire relief efforts - 4:44 pm
- Cases recently resolved in Pettis County Circuit Court - 4:36 pm
- Clinton man seriously injured in accident - 3:30 pm
- SPD seeking motorcycle accident information - 2:28 pm
- March 22 Police Reports - 7:00 am
- DeSalme named Sedalia Police Department Officer of the Year - 9:49 pm
- Seven vying for Green Ridge Board of Education - 9:47 pm
- Kitto and Associates announces Claas - 3:46 pm
- Sedalia man arrested for Windsor burglary - 3:40 pm
- Let the ‘madness’ begin - 3:23 pm
- UPDATE: Sedalia Fire Department issues burn ban - 2:53 pm updated: 6:29 pm.
- Gibbs retires from Veterans Home after 13 years - 2:37 pm
- Sedalia City Council approves FY18 budget - 1:16 pm
- Man arrested for DWI in Moniteau County - 10:35 am
Drum challenged for La Monte City Council Ward 2 seat
Two candidates are vying for the Ward 2 seat on the La Monte City Council — incumbent Terry Drum and challenger Larry Canida, who is a former co...
Sedalia Animal Shelter starts Trooper Fund
Inspired by an adorable new furry resident, the Sedalia Animal Shelter has started the Trooper Fund to help pets with traumatic injuries.Trooper, a 5-...
Stover FFA Chapter, community members donate to wildfire relief efforts
A tragic event can, at times, form bonds between people in the most unlikely ways.Although separated by hundreds of miles, the recent wildfires in Okl...
Cases recently resolved in Pettis County Circuit Court
The following is a sampling of cases that were resolved March 6-20 in the Pettis County Circuit Court.Daniel L. Moss, 53, of Olathe, Kansas, was sente...
Clinton man seriously injured in accident
A Clinton man sustained serious injuries in a single-vehicle accident at 6:40 a.m. Tuesday in Johnson County.According to a Missouri State Highway Pat...
SPD seeking motorcycle accident information
The Sedalia Police Department is seeking information about a motorcycle accident at 5 p.m. Monday on East Broadway Boulevard.According to a SPD news r...
S-C’s Lopez to play soccer at Avila University
Jonathan Lopez, a three-year varsity player on the Smith-Cotton High boys soccer team, has signed to play at Avila University in Kansas City.Lopez, th...
Smith-Cotton baseball falls short in home opener
Smith-Cotton’s seventh-inning rally was cut down by the fastball of Nick Wohlbold, who escaped with a save Wednesday in a 5-4 Rock Bridge victor...
Sweet 16 teams experiencing all-time high academic success
ORLANOD, Fla. (AP) — Men’s and women’s basketball teams in this year’s Sweet 16 are graduating more players and experiencing a...
Quick Hits, March 22
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALLCalifornia 11, Cole Camp 4The Bluebirds took its first loss of the season in California, 11-4.Cole Camp starter Kaden Harms took t...
Lady Tigers rout Moberly in season opener, 10-0
Smith-Cotton girl’s soccer continued a tradition of strong season openers, winning its fourth in a row Monday.The Lady Tigers poured 10 goals on...
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Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels is a nonprofit organization that delivers meals to seniors, the homebound and handicapped citizens of Sedalia. The food is prepared by...
Ozarks Amphitheater announces the return of Ted Nugent
Ozarks Amphitheater announces the return of Ted Nugent, “the Motor City Madman”, on July 29th . Ted Nugent brings his “Make America ...
Pettis County Recorder of Deeds Barbara Clevenger recently issued marriage licenses to:Jeremy Drew Harbison, 36, to Lisa Dawn Knotts, 41, both of Seda...
Pettis County Republican Women meetThe Pettis County Republican Women’s Club met recently at the FCS Financial Building.President Cheryl Brown w...
Boonslick Regional LibraryFiction:“The Refugees”by Viet Thanh NguyenThe Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Sympathizer presents a new co...
Mid-Missouri Artists March program
WARRENSBURG — The public is invited to join members of Mid-Missouri Artists, Inc. at their Thursday, March 30, meeting which will feature a prog...
Getting to know each other
The Rose M. Nolen Black History Library will host Sunday afternoon gatherings at the Rose M. Nolen Black History Library, 109 Lima Alley, Sedalia, two...
SFCC campaign using video to reach community
MTV was launched with the clip “Video Killed the Radio Star.” For State Fair Community College, video is adding life to its awareness camp...
The story teller of Washington School
A note from Jack: I ran into a friend of mine at Wood’s Supermarket the other day, a man who was a classmate of mine many years ago at Washingto...
Reading books can take you all over the world
Until I was in college, I was a prolific reader. I read every book I could pick up, and I read each one as fast as possible. I loved being transported...
An act of kindness
Dear Editor,I’m blessed! I went to Subway Feb. 28, to enjoy their delicious sandwiches and I ordered and the couple in line in front of me had p...
Perhaps private enterprise can save community center
The government is not a business, and it’s silly to treat it like one. There are always going to be non-profitable government programs that are ...