Smith-Cotton girls rout, boys escape Nevada at home
Local barber Ragar hangs up clippers, closes shop door
Fundraising begins for new soup kitchen
Two wanted for Wednesday shooting in Sedalia
Couple opens Welpman Springs Brewery Co.
- Holidays and home folks - 7:41 pm
- Divorces - 6:58 pm
- Local barber Ragar hangs up clippers, closes shop door - 6:32 pm
- Fundraising begins for new soup kitchen - 5:26 pm
- Crash Reports - 5:17 pm
- Korean War veteran receives SAR award - 5:07 pm
- Two wanted for Wednesday shooting in Sedalia - 4:00 pm
- Couple opens Welpman Springs Brewery Co. - 1:43 pm updated: 2:38 pm.
- Dec. 9 Police Reports - 7:00 am
- Tommy’s Crew and others create motorcycle hearse - 6:49 pm
- Sedalia Police Department hosting annual Cops for Coats drive - 6:32 pm updated: 7:54 pm.
- Studio A Dance Conservatory readies for ‘Nutcracker’ ballet - 5:33 pm
- Crash Reports - 4:52 pm
- Warrensburg man killed in Lee’s Summit accident - 4:08 pm
- Buddy the Elf brings cheer to Smith-Cotton Junior High - 10:48 pm updated: 11:03 pm.
- Whittier High School students have become ‘family’ to volunteer - 8:55 pm
- Dance studio, spa featured at 1 Million Cups - 6:26 pm
- Crash Reports - 5:06 pm
- Dec. 8 Police Reports - 4:30 pm
- UPDATED: SPD seeking public’s help in identifying suspect - 1:01 pm updated: 4:50 pm.
- Dec. 7 Police Reports - 7:00 am updated: 7:00 am.
- Sedalia citizens encouraged to enter holiday light contest - 8:36 pm
- Family-owned Wassam Farm and Fence is expanding - 8:34 pm
- Cases resolved in Pettis County Circuit Court - 5:33 pm
- Local dentist honored with award - 3:32 pm
Tommy’s Crew and others create motorcycle hearse
GREEN RIDGE — A desire to help others during a time of grief inspired motorcyclists Thomas and Carolyn White, members of the Patriot Guard, to c...
Sedalia Police Department hosting annual Cops for Coats drive
As temperatures continue to drop, officers at the Sedalia Police Department are collecting coats for those in need.SPD is hosting its third annual Cop...
Studio A Dance Conservatory readies for ‘Nutcracker’ ballet
Reese Twenter Morris, the Snow Queen in Studio A Dance Conservatory’s “The Tale of the Nutcracker,” practices with students Wednesda...
Warrensburg man killed in crashA Warrensburg man was killed in a single-vehicle accident at 2:13 p.m. Wednesday in Jackson County.According to a Misso...
Warrensburg man killed in Lee’s Summit accident
A Warrensburg man was killed in a single-vehicle accident at 2:13 p.m. Wednesday in Jackson County.According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report...
Buddy the Elf brings cheer to Smith-Cotton Junior High
Christmas started a little early for students in the Smith-Cotton Junior High School theater program as they prepared this semester for “Elf the...
How to keep warm when the weather isn’t
The actual and predicted weather conditions through at least the end of November have made it difficult to take truly cold temperatures very seriously...
New Smithton sports complex on its way
Smithton R-VI School District is due for a sports complex for track and field, soccer and softball next spring.And while the plot of land west of its ...
Prep Roundup, Dec. 8
HIGH SCHOOLGIRLS BASKETBALLPrairie Home 60, Otterville 52Shianne Rhorer led Prairie Home with 22 points, followed by Rachel Distler with 18 and Kriste...
Kingsville runs away with Mid-State semifinal
Turnovers piled up for the young La Monte girls basketball team Wednesday, and the Lady Vikings managed one second-half charge before the No. 2 seed K...
Stover falls at Pilot Grove Classic
Pilot Grove hosted Stover boys and girls basketball Tuesday in the Pilot Grove Tiger Classic, sweeping the Bulldogs in its respective pool play matchu...
Prep Roundup, Dec. 6
HIGH SCHOOLBOYS BASKETBALLOtterville 65, Stover 61The Eagles edged Stover 65-61 at the Pilot Grove Tiger Classic on Monday.Jake Neal led Otterville wi...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Boonslick Regional Library Popular Books for Dec. 5Fiction:“Cross the Line,” by James Patterson.“Turbo Twenty-Three,” by Janet...
Beta Sigma PhiBeta Sigma Phi chapter Xi Beta Upsilon, met twice in November. The first meeting was hosted by Mary Ross on Nov. 3, who prepared a delic...
MEALS ON WHEELS
Meals on Wheels is a nonprofit organization that delivers meals to seniors, the home bound and handicapped citizens of Sedalia. The food is prepared b...
PCCP receives donation
Pettis County Community Partnership’s Chief Financial Officer Roxanna Parker, center, is shown receiving $300 from Ellen Cable, left, and Susan ...
DAR hosted party for veterans
The Osage Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution’s had the pleasure of providing a DAR party for Veteran residents at Four Seasons ...
Art and event happenings
Amigos de Cristo free Christmas concertThe free concert is scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, at Amigos de Cristo, 11th Street and Thompson Boulevar...
A time for generosity
There is no question about it, Christmas is a time for giving. At no other time of the year are people so thoughtful, kind and generous. Giving to cha...
Car-train collision has drastic results
At 7:05 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 6, 1938, a Missouri Pacific Railroad train collided with a 1927 Model T tudor sedan driven by Sam Fisher at Hoy McConle...
Some hope in what’s been a bad year
There is a popular sentiment that 2016 has been a terrible year and I couldn’t agree more. But 2017 could be even worse and we should probably c...
A long run at living
The other night I dreamed I was running very fast, with my long brown hair flowing behind me as I jumped ditches and large obstacles with the ease of ...
Do your part to recycle
Max’s and my recycling history is extensive. I began recycling before I moved to Sedalia, and because Sedalia had no recycling facilities, we to...
Truth is truth, whether you believe it or not
Something I learned more than 30 years ago remains as true today as the day I first heard it in a journalism classroom at Franklin College. It also se...