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Skyline’s Kindle named Bell Ringer winner for October
Skyline Elementary special education teacher Jill Kindle is the recipient of the Superintendent’s Bell Ringer Award for November. The monthly award is a way for Superintendent Steve Triplett …
Trinity Pyrmont to host Christmas program
Trinity Pyrmont Lutheran Church will host its 16th annual Ole Tyme Christmas in the Country at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4.  This year’s theme, “A Cowboy's Christmas Dream,” …
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Police Reports Dec. 3

This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each …

Sedalia Symphony to host Christmas events

Holiday musical treats are on the Sedalia Symphony’s roster for Sedalians this coming week, with the first being Handel’s “Messiah” on Sunday and the second its annual POPS …

Reader’s World finds a new protagonist

Reader’s World is opening a new page thanks to a new protagonist who is saving the community bookstore.  Matthew Petree, 37, of Sedalia, along with his wife, Hannah, and his 6-month-old …

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SC girls soccer donates for mental health

The Smith-Cotton Girls Soccer team gave back to the district after hosting a mental health awareness game in the spring of 2021.  The girl’s team used to host a cancer awareness game …

McFail retires as Smith-Cotton football head coach

Charlie McFail has retired as Smith-Cotton football head coach, per a Sedalia School District 200 release Thursday afternoon. The move will become official when the Board of Education accepts his …

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The Big Cheeze food trailer has wide fan base

The Big Cheeze is a food trailer aiming to make mouths water across mid-Missouri. Recently purchased by Carrie Vaughn, The Big Cheeze was parked along Ohio Avenue last week, requested by …

Burrell awarded grant from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services

Burrell Behavioral Health was named one of the Missouri behavioral health providers receiving the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Community Mental Health Centers …

Black Friday shoppers find a mixed bag of bargains

Shoppers hitting the stores early for Black Friday deals was evident by the cars flooding local parking lots, but that wasn’t in the plan for local shopper Carrie Martin. “I didn't get …

Broadway Cuisine open for the holidays

After a stellar week of Thanksgiving baking and cooking, Sedalia’s newest bakeshop will open again on Saturday, raring to go for the Christmas season complete with plans for cooking classes …

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Police Reports Dec. 1

This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each …

Crash Reports Dec. 1

California man in serious condition Moniteau accident Paul L. Ransdell, 55, of California, sustained serious injuries at 5:12 p.m. Monday in a Moniteau County accident According to a Missouri …

Police Reports Nov. 30

This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each …

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Some post-Thanksgiving thoughts

Thanksgiving is a time of the year where we pause and get together with family and friends. It is a time to eat turkey and other great food, play games, watch football, and get ready to shop on Black …

Time to see a little more normalcy

​​On Nov. 22, Cole County Circuit Court Judge Daniel Green ruled that health orders issued by the Department of Health and Senior Services regarding COVID-19 restrictions are …

Part I: The Jaynes home beautiful, outside and inside

During the 19th century, several ideas came together in a way that influenced the architecture and decorating of homes. One was the idea that a person who had wealth was entitled to a large, opulent …
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Mike Shipp, a former paramedic and recently retired colonel from the U.S. Air National Guard, is now at Bothwell Walk In Clinic as a certified physician assistant. He joins more than 30 other …
Dr. Philip Fracica, Bothwell Regional Health Center’s chief medical officer (CMO), is ready to answer the community’s medical questions. “Dr. Phil” started what is planned to …
Missouri’s voter-approved Medicaid health insurance expansion is finally underway, which means some low-income college-age people, single adults and families can be treated for their health and …
Online ordering and in store pickup have been convenient tools for people with busy lifestyles or who are not as mobile. Including curbside grocery pickup or deliveries from an online marketplace …
Just as Superman keeps his distance from kryptonite, men tend to keep their distance from the doctor’s office. Many men, perhaps even as young boys, are taught to be strong, tough and to forgo …
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