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A local family has been raising funds to purchase headstones for children without them at a local cemetery after the loss of a child in their family. Ryker Camirand, 22 months, was “the … more
The Sedalia City Council’s Fourth Ward has seen a lot of changes this year with its third councilperson being sworn into one of its seats just this year. Steve Bloess was sworn into the Ward … more
While local first responder agencies will not be able to participate in the Sedalia/Pettis County Area Children’s Christmas Event this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a few are continuing a … more
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees received several reports from staff about the difficulties Bothwell is facing with the surge in the COVID-19 pandemic during its meeting Tuesday … more
The Sedalia Police Department is continuing to investigate the deaths of two Sedalia men that occurred Thursday, Oct. 29. SPD classified the deaths of 66-year-old Steven Klein, of the residence, … more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education considered several proposals during its meeting Monday night, including added compensation for substitute teacher pay during the pandemic, a new … 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
With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cautioning against travel this holiday season, the impact is being seen through low gas prices and fewer travelers expected on the … more
Plans are underway for opening the Sedalia Warming Shelter this winter, but many volunteers are needed to help with the project. Warming Shelter Coordinator Chaplain Chris Traffanstedt spoke with … more
With many businesses across the country struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever for residents to shop local and at small businesses. The City of Sedalia will be … more
Another longtime Sedalia tradition will be changed this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Center for Human Services’ 48th annual Ham Breakfast, planned for Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26, … more
Where there is a need there is a way. Residents of Pettis County have proven that time and time again. In this instance, Open Door Food Service Pantry and Kitchen is helping to provide Thanksgiving … 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 State Fair Community College Board of Trustees approved a contract for the Olen Howard Workforce Innovation Center on Thursday. Members voted 4-1 to award a contract to finance a portion of … more
Drivers may have noticed some recent changes to the intersection of West Broadway and South Thompson boulevards. Last week, a Missouri Department of Transportation crew changed the striping at the … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many businesses and organizations to find creative ways to safely host events and fundraisers, including Child Safe of Central Missouri. The Sedalia-based … more
Due to concerns about COVID-19, the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market will not host an indoor market this winter but has alternative plans to provide goods to their customers through the end of … more
Victorian Towers District residents learned about an architectural survey occurring in their neighborhood during a public hearing at the Sedalia Municipal Building on Tuesday night. The Sedalia … more
The Sedalia City Council gained a new councilman Monday evening and heard multiple presentations from city departments. Steve Bloess was sworn into the Ward 4 Council seat Monday evening after … more
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