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Music fans with a flair for nostalgia will have a new business to check out this weekend. more
The Sedalia Police Department has seen an increase in thefts and attempted thefts of catalytic converters recently and is providing residents with tips on how to keep their vehicles safe. more
The State Fair Community College Board of Trustees faced a slight setback in the next stage of the Olen Howard Workforce Innovation Center by rejecting all contractual bids for the facility’s construction during Thursday’s meeting. more
The Sedalia Police Department is investigating the suspicious death of two males. more
The Sedalia Lions Club launched its fifth annual Random Acts of Kindness Project during a meeting at noon Wednesday. Sterling Green, chair for the event, said by phone the project is a chance for … more
The Sedalia School District 200 has been approved to receive rapid antigen test kits through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, according to assistant superintendent Jason … more
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees met with state legislators during its monthly meeting Tuesday night. Those in attendance included District 28 state Sen. Sandy Crawford, … more
Liberty Park will close at 3 p.m. Friday for Sedalia Parks and Recreation staff to prepare for its Trunk or Treat event. There will be no entry into the park from 3 to 5 p.m. Any cars in the park … more
Columbia Veterans Affairs officials were in Sedalia on Monday afternoon to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new community-based outpatient clinic. more
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A Sedalia man has been charged in a hit-and-run vehicle accident at Skyline Elementary that left a student and crossing guard injured Friday afternoon. more
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month nears the end of October, providers at Bothwell Regional Health Center’s Cancer Center offer advice and answer common questions about the disease. more
A new exhibit at the Sedalia Municipal Building has artists reaching for the sky. more
A student and a crossing guard were injured in a hit-and-run vehicle accident as school was ending Friday afternoon at Skyline Elementary in Sedalia. more
October is Fire Protection Month and while the Sedalia Fire Department may not be able to educate the public on fire safety as it usually does, the department is still working to keep the public informed. more
South Thompson Avenue, south of its intersection with East 10th Street, will be closed to through traffic. more
While Halloween festivities will look different for many residents this year, the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department is doing its best to make sure community members still have activities to enjoy. more
The Sedalia City Council met for a special meeting and public hearing Wednesday night to discuss a local business license suspension. more
The Sedalia Business Women will host its 40th annual chicken dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25 at the Shrine Multipurpose Building, 1375 Elm Hill Blvd. more
Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri will host a drop-in day for Sedalia Sites only from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30. more
With the potential risks of COVID-19, some Smith-Cotton students have chosen to stay home and do online school through the Launch program. Although online schooling can be challenging and unorthodox, these students are trying to take advantage of this education opportunity.  more
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