David Fox, with Jackson's Relocation Services, Sedalia, is part of crew of three, moving furniture, office equipment and books out of the Sedalia Public Library Thursday morning to the McLaughlin Building at 515 S. Ohio Ave. The moving company donated the services of its workers for a second day to get the library moved to the temporary site said Librarian Pam Hunter. "We have had an outpouring of volunteerism," Hunter said. The staff at Lamm Technical Resources, Sedalia, is donating its time to building the electrical infrastructure needed to get the library's resources, the Internet and other automation wired up into a network, she said.
Seth Hofstetter plays guitar with Prometheus Fire-God in June at the “Metalomedy” concert. The band will headline “Metalomedy II” on Friday at the American Legion club on Main Street.
Houstonia artist and elementary school art instructor, Linda Hoover, rolls a second coat of paint Tuesday over the part of her mural that depicts graffiti after fair officials informed her that they wanted it covered up due to complaints. The criticism centers on the notion that the graffiti sends the wrong message to young kids, she said. A disappointed Hoover said she understands the State Fair's position but hopes officals will allow the spray paint can and MO 50 logo to remain in the composition. pic slug: 8-15-12 linda hoover
Documentary filmmakers Phill Woodward, left, Jeff Lujin, third from left, and Sharon Autry Lujin pose for a photograph with John McEuen, of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, in January at the 11th Street Bar in Manhattan. McEuen, who played with the band at the Ozark Music Festival in 1974, is one of many musicians the filmmakers interviewed for “OMF!: The Story of the Ozark Music Festival.”
Paige Alewel, left, plays the Sugar Plum Fairy, and Christina Stratton plays Clara in Studio A Dance Conservatory’s production of “The Tale of the Nutcracker,” to be staged Saturday and Sunday at the Heckart Performing Arts Center. It will be the first staging of “The Nutcracker” ballet by a Sedalia studio in at least 26 years.
LaTesha Wilderness and Trevor LaClair perform a scene during Saturday's Punchline Players show in the Studio Theatre at State Fair Community College.
Smith-Cotton High School alumnus Dustin Schmidt donated the Mona Lisa piece from his Blue series to Smith-Cotton Junior High, where it hangs as the first piece in the school's alumni art hall.
“Rock the Day Away” organizer Justin Lawson sings a blues song, backed by Andrew and Nick Wagenknecht and Noah Bensocter, on Saturday at Centennial Park.
Ashton Faith Thompson’s perseverance paid off as she took home the Missouri State Fair Idol in her fourth year of competing. In the background are fellow finalists Hilary Fink, left, and Sydney Lambert.
Dale Bachman, of Warrensburg, left, Chris Clark, of Smithton, and Greg Boswell, of Sedalia, play Buffalo steel workers who recently lost their jobs during a Tuesday rehearsal for “The Full Monty” at the Liberty Center in Sedalia. The show opened Thursday and continues with five more shows through March 10.