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WARRENSBURG – On one side of South Holden Street, you find Warrensburg City Hall and the Chamber of Commerce. On the flip side, you find a store containing antiques, dresses, goat milk, and a bistro all in one. more
CENTERVIEW – After 42 years, Christmas Tree Hill farm hosted its last barn event on Nov. 26. more
A Sedalia staple for western and practical work wear moved its shop Wednesday evening, Dec. 6 to a larger space with plans to open for business at 9 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 7. more
It came as a surprise Monday morning, Dec. 4 when Sedalians saw the former Golden Corral building was being torn down by heavy equipment. more
Downtown Sedalia will lose a little sweetness when Lolly's Candy Shop closes its storefront at the end of the month. But don't despair; although the shop is downsizing, it will remain downtown, located on the third floor of Nostalgia Vintage Apparel and Marketplace. more
It was a happy occasion Friday, Dec. 1, as Kyle and Kelsey Weymuth, owners of W-K dealerships, donated the first of three new trucks to Retrieving Freedom, a local nonprofit that provides free service dogs across the nation. more
KNOB NOSTER – In a former Knob Noster bank and post office, now lays the foundation of a new brewery, along with a flourishing taproom, that recently celebrated its second full year of operation. more
COLE CAMP – The Patch by Rupe Family Farms opens Friday, Dec. 1 at 10757 Highway 65 in Cole Camp, and promises delightful family fun for the holidays. more
WARRENSBURG – Mealworms, European mounts, and a baby bearded dragon named Lucky Lucy: learn about it all at Eck Farms, 1412 S. Maguire St. in Warrensburg. more
Smith-Cotton High School teacher David Meyer loves science so much he creates innovative chemistry and physics labs for students. He has gone one step further by opening a science-themed coffee shop in Marshall. more
WARRENSBURG – With more than 100 locations spread across eight states, U.S. Dermatology Partners opened a Warrensburg office on Monday, Nov. 27 in the Santa Fe Trail Shopping Center. more
In the pre-dawn darkness Friday, Nov. 24, a long line of Black Friday shoppers lined the Sedalia Walmart sidewalk, eagerly awaiting the store’s opening. more
A jewel of a fine dining restaurant tucked away in the Westport area in Kansas City, Missouri, encourages conversations with its small plate offerings and delicious desserts. Bijou, which means jewel box, opened in June and is owned by former Sedalian Chad Williams. more
Linda (Cole) Carr, a Sedalia native and Smith-Cotton High School graduate, has returned to Sedalia to practice holistic therapies that can help with the physical, emotional, and nervous systems. more
What began as a small venture for an 18-year-old man who sold lumber from the back of a truck has, over the course of more than seven decades, grown into a three-generation family business across Missouri. more
While seasoned golfers may have to put away their clubs soon as the seasons change, at Down Range Indoor Gold Simulator, it’s always great weather and time for a lively round of golf. more
Creativity is being encouraged for youth through a collaboration between The Avenues downtown business district and graphic art high school juniors and seniors at the State Fair Career and Technology Center. more
The Local Tap, 700 S. Ohio Ave., formerly known as the Craft Beer Cellar, is now under new ownership. more
Edward Weller is 83 years old, and with his son Mark Weller, the pair runs Lange Feeds, 308 W. Main St. in Sedalia. Edward has been working at the business for 64 years, much of it with Fred Lange, son of the original owner, Paul Lange. Weller bought it from the Lange family in 1985. more
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