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On Wednesday, Veterans Day was a time to remember the roots of America’s military service and pass along those stories to younger generations. more
First responders are urging motorists to pay attention, slow down and move over during National Traffic Incident Response Awareness Week. more
The City of Sedalia has had a busy year with multiple projects going on, and some of the biggest projects involving water. more
The United Way of Pettis County has a new leader with a passion for helping the community. more
Despite the 70-degree weather the City of Sedalia has been experiencing, the holiday season is right around the corner and the city is getting ready by adding some additional decorations to downtown this year. more
Bothwell Regional Health Center is one of many hospitals across the country affected by the pandemic utilizing federal coronavirus relief aid funding. more
Several City of Sedalia projects are moving ahead while crews take advantage of the good weather in recent weeks. more
Officer John Cook has served as a patrol officer at the Sedalia Police Department for almost 24 years but will soon be retiring to move on to another local law enforcement agency. 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 Xi Beta Upsilon, a chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, with the assistance of Mayor John Kehde and Sedalia City Council has announced Sedalia’s 40th annual outdoor Christmas Light Contest. more
The Sedalia Regional Airport has been under new leadership since June, with a face many residents will find familiar. more
The Sedalia Fire Department is reminding residents it is illegal to burn leaves, brush or trash within city limits. more
The City of Sedalia will observe the Veterans Day holiday Nov. 11 with all city offices including the Materials Management Site being closed in observance of the holiday. more
During trying times such as COVID-19, the theme “We All Need a Little Christmas” could bring seasonal cheer to many. A local vintage shop in downtown Sedalia has adopted that theme this season in hopes of relieving a little stress. more
The City of Sedalia Public Works Department will begin performing fire hydrant testing and flow monitoring as part of the city’s water systems planning activities Nov. 4-18. more
The suspicious deaths of two Sedalia men last week have been classified as a homicide. more
As the city gets back into its strategic planning for the upcoming year, the Sedalia City Council heard presentations on water and wastewater Monday evening along with approving another change to the municipal court. more
From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2 and Tuesday, Nov. 3, South Lamine Avenue at its intersection with East Second Street will be restricted to one lane of traffic to allow for the installation of a new water service. more
The Sedalia Police Department has identified two men who were found dead in a South Harrison Avenue residence on Thursday. more
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