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For Tiffany Bryant and her mother, Linda Hazell, love of family and an appreciation for their heritage run deep. more
Colorful flowers brighten the direst moments of life as they do during COVID-19, especially in times of job loss and pay cuts. more
Oct. 5 Shannon Hagedorn and Travis Hagedorn to Scott N. Vangelder, Browns E.T. 2nd and 3rd Addition. Lots 2 and 3, block 8. Mary Jo Kientzy to Aleksander Arkhipchuk, Tatyana Arkhipchuk and … more
Windsor livestock auction market report for Oct. 14 Receipts, 1,018 HD; 11% cows. Compared to last week, all classes of steers and heifers sold mostly steady to $6 lower. Slaughter cows sold … more
An award-winning family-owned and operated winery is making strides despite COVID-19 to keep its business growing and evolving. more
Three funeral homes located around mid-Missouri have been purchased by two well-known Sedalia funeral directors.  more
Barbecue chicken wings produced a tempting aroma in downtown Sedalia Saturday night, as 10 teams grilled for a cause. more
Nearly 48 million people have difficulty hearing. Many may not realize the loss or think it only occurs in older adults, yet 12.5% of children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 19 have hearing loss as a result of listening to loud music, particularly through earbuds at unsafe volumes. more
Windsor livestock auction market report for Oct. 7 more
Real Estate Transactions in Pettis County for Oct. 13 more
State Fair Community College’s Health Information Technology (HIT) Program Director Beverly Marquez and HIT students will observe Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week Oct. 11-17. more
WARRENSBURG — A new housing development in Warrensburg is specializing in apartments for active military and veterans that will include many amenities, including supportive services.Derrick … more
The Ivory Grille Restaurant and Oak Room Lounge are open again sporting a new, contemporary look, new menu items and an extensive wine list.The restaurant and lounge located in the historic Hotel … more
From brownies to bread and an array of other baked products, walnuts are just as much a part of fall as pumpkin spice anything.Thanks to one local business’s services, the work of hulling Black and … more
Two Cole Camp businesses showcased their businesses and their experiences as business owners at Sedalia’s 1 Million Cups meeting at Lamy’s Wednesday morning. The German Table and Wine, Woman … more
A familiar face has returned to one of Sedalia’s landmark medical buildings. Dr. Steven Eldenburg has returned to the original location of Eldenburg Family Practice at 700 S. Limit Ave. He joined … more
Two members of the Impact Signs Awnings Wraps Inc. staff were recently elected to serve three-year terms on Sign Association boards for the sign/visual communications industry.  Anné Townsend, who … more
Sept. 21Donald C. Beyer and Tobie L. Beyer to Christopher D. O’Bannon and Ashley N. O’Bannon, section 6, township 44, range 21. Brennon Millsap and Taylor Millsap to Tammy E. Morgan, Browns E.T. … more
Windsor livestock auction market report for Sept. 30Receipts, 1,330 HD; 6% cows. Compared to last week, steers and heifers weighing under 550 pounds, sold mostly steady and cattle weighing over 550 … more
A new counseling practice is joining Sedalia as a mobile women’s clothing boutique opens a storefront.Shabby2Chic BoutiquesA mobile women’s clothing boutique is opening its first storefront in … more
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