Lady Tigers overwhelmed by St. Pius X in final home game
Heroin remains in Pettis County
Sacred Heart has accepted Rachel’s Challenge
Sedalia-Pettis County United Way recognizes partners
Stover Animal Rescue helps dogs, cats find homes
- Police Reports - 7:00 am updated: 3:12 pm.
- Heroin remains in Pettis County - 5:38 pm
- Sacred Heart has accepted Rachel’s Challenge - 5:17 pm
- Sedalia-Pettis County United Way recognizes partners - 5:06 pm
- Stover Animal Rescue helps dogs, cats find homes - 3:34 pm
- Martin Warren Chapter, SAR inducts 2017 officers - 3:14 pm
- Divorces - 2:42 pm
- ‘Day Without Immigrants’ action seen in some Missouri cities - 8:24 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 8:16 pm
- Learning to express opinions with alienating others - 7:39 pm
- Connecting the Prairie to the Ivy - 7:34 pm updated: 7:37 pm.
- Sedalia enjoys warm weather - 5:46 pm
- Feb. 16 Police Reports - 7:00 am
- Woods Supermarket West hosts Grand Opening - 6:23 pm
- Pettis County Sheriff’s Office to conduct school bus traffic enforcement - 5:02 pm
- Crash Reports - 4:42 pm
- Feb. 15 Police Reports - 7:00 am updated: 7:00 am.
- Pettis County Ambulance District 2017 call rate higher than 2016 - 8:40 pm updated: 8:42 pm.
- Smith-Cotton Junior High Soundsation sings at Rest Haven - 5:57 pm updated: 6:00 pm.
- Black History Month celebrations to be hosted Sunday - 5:55 pm
- Gremlins celebrate Homecoming - 2:42 pm
- County Distributing donates to D.A.R.E. program - 1:12 pm
- City of Sedalia to observe President’s Day - 11:36 am
- Feb. 14 Police Reports - 7:00 am
- Smith-Cotton may lose athletic conference affiliation - 9:51 pm updated: 1:48 pm.
Learning to express opinions with alienating others
It is a strange time in our lives as Christians.Many of our friends see things one way, while others see things entirely different. On important and d...
Connecting the Prairie to the Ivy
For most Midwest students, attending an Ivy League university is not a consideration or, if it is, the costs of out-of-state tuition is prohibitive.In...
Sedalia enjoys warm weather
With sunshine and unseasonably warm weather on Thursday, Ryder Booz, 5, enjoys playing at Liberty Park with his father Ryan Booz of Sedalia. “Sc...
Feb. 16 Police Reports
This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily cont...
Woods Supermarket West hosts Grand Opening
Woods Supermarket West celebrated the opening of the second Sedalia store with a Grand Opening and Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting Wed...
Pettis County Sheriff’s Office to conduct school bus traffic enforcement
After receiving numerous community complaints about drivers failing to yield to school buses, the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office will be conduct...
Fishing from a river bank offers more than just fish
I get occasional urges to leave my boat and mountain of tackle plus must-have accessories at home, so I can spend a day — or, far more likely, p...
Prep Roundup, Feb. 16
HIGH SCHOOLBOY’S BASKETBALLLATE TUESDAY RESULTSSacred Heart 69, Windsor 39Trent Lyles scored 18, Colby Young had 17 and Micah Tanguay added 15 i...
Indian Hills edges State Fair Roadrunners late, 75-73
The State Fair Community College baseball team and agriculture students bolstered the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center bleachers Wednesday, providing...
Kaifes’ 21-point performance helps Lady Roadrunners defeat Crowder College
With little production in the paint, the Lady Roadrunners depended on the perimeter shooting of freshman guard Catie Kaifes against Region 16 opponent...
Prep Roundup, Feb. 15
HIGH SCHOOLBOY’S BASKETBALLCenter 65, Smith-Cotton 50The Smith-Cotton boys basketball team lost a West Central Conference matchup at Center, 65-...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Mr. and Mrs. John Lentz, of La Monte, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Feb. 19.Lucinda Joyce Breshears and John Lentz were married Feb. 1...
UCM Department of Theatre and Dance receives awards
WARRENSBURG — KCACTF Festival 49 took place in Des Moines, Iowa from Jan. 22 to 28. The Department of Theatre and Dance took 40 students and fac...
The Acting Company to perform at UCM
WARRENSBURG — The University of Central Missouri Department of Theatre & Dance along with The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Science...
Linda Oehrke Myers, of Sedalia, announces the engagement of her daughter, Danielle Myers, of Sedalia, to Matt LaGree, of Warrensburg. He is the son of...
Inter-State donates to Open Door
The employees representing the Inter-State Studio’s Charities Committee are from left, Lori Williams, Carol Allen, Patty Wheeler and Connie Ratt...
S-C students compete in Shakespeare competition
The Smith-Cotton High School Department of Theatre hosted a Shakespeare competition on Feb. 2 where students had to memorize a monologue from a Shakes...
Athletic Hall of fame adds stars
Athletic Hall of fame adds starsDear Editor,The Smith-Cotton Athletic Hall of Fame grew brighter with the addition of four stars on Feb. 3. Activities...
German immigrant Fred Helm
Missouri became home to many immigrants from Germany during the 19th century. Travelers from Germany such as Gottfried Duden visited Missouri and wrot...
New Woods Market to make its debut
Things are always going to change. There are some people who are so afraid of that fact that they let it define them. But we should keep in mind that ...
Girlfriends and valentines
Like a lot of little boys, most of my girlfriends when I was in grade school had no idea they were even in that category, because like most little boy...
Rememebering Kabul ,,,, coming home
Thursday began badly. For some reason, I woke at 3 a.m. and then heard the clock strike 4 and 5, too. And then 7 came much too quickly. I walk briskly...
Populist anger played to Trump’s advantage
Those seeking to explain the Donald Trump phenomenon often use the word “populism.” The heyday of populism was the 1890s, when it was an a...