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The Sedalia Symphony Orchestra recently announced Jerrode Marsh as its new conductor for the 87th season. A release from the Symphony stated Marsh is currently the director of music at Saint Paul … more
Independent filmmaker Jeff Lujin, with Dustbin Film LLC, is bringing his latest edition of the Ozark Music Festival documentary to Sedalia July 16-19. Lujin, of Independence, last came to Sedalia … more
Music will fill the park Thursday evening as the Sedalia Concert Band kicks off its season outdoors for a second year. Band Director Stephen Broadbent said the band will once again play outdoors … more
WARRENSBURG — A long-standing annual exhibit and a long-awaited exhibit are on display at the University of Central Missouri Gallery of Art and Design.  Several mediums and artists are … more
Looking at the glass as half full and seeing humor and inspiration in a positive note is what a newly published book offers to local readers.  Former state Rep. Dave Muntzel, R-District 48, … more
The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art located on the State Fair Community College Sedalia campus is offering free craft material packets and YouTube instructional videos to help children create special … more
What if in 300 years there was no music, what if there were no instruments and everyone dressed and looked the same? Well, local theater students are prepared to take the stage next week with the … more
The Amped Up professional bull riding tour will be hosted Friday and Saturday at the Jennings Arena in Green Ridge.  Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. with mutton busting at 6:30 p.m. There will … more
Hubbard Park will see a flurry of activity this Saturday as Juneteenth celebrations begin. Canceled last year, like so many activities due to COVID, the event is back and will feature food, music, … more
A former Sedalia woman is producing a successful podcast that explores avenues of encouragement for single moms and divorced women.  Stacie Wimer, now of Kansas City and a 1996 Smith-Cotton … more
WARRENSBURG — Old Drum Day is returning to Warrensburg after skipping 2020 with Old Drum Animal Shelter joining the Johnson County Historical Society as a co-host. Admission to the event is … more
The second annual LBGTQ+ Pride Picnic will be hosted Saturday, July 10 at Centennial Park. Picnic organizer Heather Hughes said the first event was hosted in 2019 at Liberty Park, but due to … more
The Dino Dig on June 2 is the latest example of fun activities the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department has planned for the summer.  Special Events and Marketing Manager Savannah Lynde … more
Writers of Warrensburg (WoW) is hosting a free Novel-Writing Workshop from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 12 on Zoom. The workshop will focus on novel writing and feature local authors Stan C. Smith … more
Thomas Jenkins took on his first acting role as Snoopy in “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” through Sacred Heart this spring but is now moving to the big stage as Bruce, one of the … more
The Sedalia Area Dream Factory will host its 31st annual Sanctioned Truck and Tractor Pull at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 5 at the Missouri State Fairgrounds Pepsi Grandstand. MSTPA and MMTTPA rules apply. … more
Although the live Scott Joplin International Ragtime Festival was canceled for a second year in a row due to COVID, a virtual event is planned for June 4 and 5. Scott Joplin International Ragtime … more
The Liberty Center Association for the Arts and the Cooney Creative Studio unveiled an upcoming Arts Academy for students first through fifth grade. It will be hosted from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 26 … more
Presenting a positive and uplifting message, dance students will take the stage this Saturday to present to the community “Be the Light.” One hundred students from Sedalia’s … more
A retrospective exhibit focusing on art spanning from 1988 to the present is opening today at the Hayden Liberty Center with much of the work depicting faces. Well-known Sedalia artist Ali Halane … more
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