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On Sept. 18, the family-owned Yeager’s Cycle will celebrate its 65th year in business with a birthday party.  Yeager’s Cycle, 3001 S. Limit Ave., sells motorcycles and other … more
The Street Food Throwdown is back at the Missouri State Fairgrounds after taking a six-week hiatus this summer.  The throwdown first opened to the public for the first time in April as a way … more
Late summer brings fresh peaches, and the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market has a line of customers for Judy Arnett’s fresh peaches. Judy owns Peach Tree Farm, and during these late-summer … more
Two funeral directors are acquiring area funeral homes with a vision of keeping the services family-owned along with a small-town atmosphere. Jeff Page, who owns Heckart Funeral Home with his wife … more
On Aug. 28, the waiver that allowed restaurants to sell to-go alcoholic drinks during the pandemic became permanent. The waiver that originally began on April 14, 2020, was in response to the … more
WARSAW — Friends and family can show their creative side through painting, wreath making, and crafting at Creative Palette, an art studio located in Warsaw.  Owner and teacher Kimberly … more
GREEN RIDGE — Melville Woodworks and Refinishing creates beautiful handcrafted furnishings in a workshop in rural Green Ridge. “My father started Melville Antiques down in Cole Camp in … more
WARSAW — A retired Kansas City fire chief and his wife have opened a wine bistro and restaurant along with a campground, 5 miles north of Warsaw.    Gene Gould said when he retired … more
The Forty-Hour Internship Tryouts (FIT) program is expanding its services and demographic into MentorTown USA with its national launch hosted Tuesday evening during Chamber After Hours. MentorTown … more
Tuesday evening’s Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees meeting held good news as the hospital’s annual audit showed a positive financial turnaround. “I'm very … more
Just before Monday evening’s Sedalia City Council meeting, a workshop was hosted where the City discussed its current version of proposed lodging codes with city officials and motel … more
Christine Reever was protesting outside the Tyson Foods plant in Sedalia on Tuesday morning. As cars passed, she would yell to the drivers. “It is your choice, your right. Make your choice, … more
Dogs have become an essential part of the workforce. Many that come to mind are police dogs but there are many that serve in different ways.  Many of the working dogs of Sedalia are serving … more
On July 24, Charles Lowe, the owner of the 16th Street Car Wash, opened a new indoor pet wash in one of the retired bays.  Lowe got the idea to build a pet wash at his new car wash after … more
Under new ownership, the family-owned Auto Glass Express will continue to offer the same services enhanced with a modern touch. After 22 years, founders and owners Don and Rini Goodman retired … more
As the 2020 Olympics continue in Tokyo, people are watching the competition take place around the world. Some watch it from home, while others choose to watch it in a public setting. If someone goes … more
At Tuesday evening’s Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees meeting, a revolutionary test for concussion events was examined by the board.  A device a bit larger than a … more
After announcing its intentions to open a new location in Sedalia more than 18 months ago, Planet Fitness finally has a more firm opening date in place. Planet Fitness announced in February 2020 … more
Gov. Mike Parson congratulated a crowd of workers and local dignitaries at WireCo  WorldGroup Thursday as the company announced the investment of another $15 million in machinery inside its … more
With the opening of the Missouri State Fair less than a month away, hiring for the hundreds of fair workers needed is in full swing. “We have several departments that we take applications … more
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