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The State of Missouri Historical Society has selected two Sedalia women to serve a three-year term on the Show Me Missouri Speakers Bureau. Selected for the honor are Becky Imhauser and Kathleen … more
The holidays are rich with traditions for many Sedalia residents, but several of those traditions have been changed in light of the pandemic. To keep some traditions going, the City of Sedalia and a … more
For many years, the Sedalia Symphony Society has worked to provide outreach opportunities for youth in the community, and each November, the annual StringFest has accomplished this goal. This year … more
The spirit of Christmas will carry on this year at the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre. Although COVID-19 has shut down live performances, with technology and ingenuity, the theatre will present an online … more
Syncopated Saturday Night is returning this week and will feature a combination of boogie-woogie and classical ragtime music. The online performance is hosted by the Scott Joplin International … more
A popular children’s tale will be presented in a peach of a performance this weekend and next at State Fair Community College. more
Artwork is expanding at Swords Family Pharmacy with the addition of new jewelry, sculpture, notecards and photos. more
Creativity didn’t wane as the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the world earlier this year and it helped spawn an Emmy Award for a 1998 Smith-Cotton graduate. more
A century of tenacity and adaptiveness of the Sedalia art scene has been captured in a new book that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Hayden Liberty Center. more
The voice of women will soon be heard in a new female empowerment motivational podcast to be launched in mid-November. more
Music fans with a flair for nostalgia will have a new business to check out this weekend. more
A new exhibit at the Sedalia Municipal Building has artists reaching for the sky. more
The Sedalia Symphony Orchestra will present its first concert of the 86th season, “Classical Comfort — The Magic of Mozart,” as a free virtual chamber music performance Monday night. more
The Sedalia Area Tourism Commission recently met to approve funding requests for 2021. With a pandemic, many events in 2020 were canceled or changed their look. Despite this, organizers are planning for programs for the future. more
An outdoor comedy venue is slated for downtown Sedalia Saturday evening, featuring six comedians and a butt-load of laughs. more
State Fair Community College theatre arts students will give their first performance of the season this week in the comedy “Dearly Departed,” which will be presented live in the Stauffacher Theatre.  more
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