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Colorful flowers brighten the direst moments of life as they do during COVID-19, especially in times of job loss and pay cuts. more
As the weather gets colder, the Sedalia Police Department and Pettis County Community Partnership have teamed up for an annual coat drive. more
The Sedalia City Council dealt with two annexations during its Monday evening meeting and kicked off its 2021 strategic planning with a presentation from cemetery staff. more
A Sedalia man has been charged in a stabbing at a Sedalia business that left one man injured in early October.  more
A man has been arrested in connection with a stabbing last week at a Sedalia business. more
According to Sedalia Fire Department Fire Chief Greg Harrell, the Sedalia Fire Department will not be issuing any burn permits until further notice due to the dry weather combined with high winds. 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
Barbecue chicken wings produced a tempting aroma in downtown Sedalia Saturday night, as 10 teams grilled for a cause. more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education discussed a number of ongoing projects during a work session Monday night. more
A man was stabbed Thursday night at a business on South Limit Avenue. According to a Sedalia Police Department news release, at 7:55 p.m. Thursday, officers were dispatched to a business in the 1200 … 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
The Sedalia Park Board met at the Heckart Community Center construction site for a tour before its meeting Thursday evening.The Board got a tour of the Heckart Community Center construction site … more
Sedalia reached its 160th birthday and as with most birthdays, a celebration is planned this Friday at Liberty Park.The Pettis County Historical Society and the Sedalia Parks and Recreation … more
The Housel Park basketball court will be closed beginning Oct. 7 for approximately three days for crews to paint and line the court.  more
The City of Sedalia received a $10,000 TRIM Grant through the Missouri Department of Conservation for the completion of a partial tree re-inventory along some street right of ways on public property … more
A rather new non-denominational church is specializing in ministering to the “broken” and will host a revival this month featuring ministers from different Sedalia and area churches.Chad and … more
A new member of the Sedalia Visual Art Association is making her mark in the art world.Hannah Marcucci, originally from Brazil, retired early from Maxion Wheels to pursue an art career. Earlier this … more
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