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Friday, Bryant Motors changed hands after 38 years under Kyle Herrick’s ownership. W-K Chevrolet purchased Bryant Motors from Herrick and took ownership of the South Limit Avenue dealership. … more
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees was briefed Tuesday about an imminent viral threat: Russian hackers installing malware on hospital computers. “John Ricci presented to … more
GEORGETOWN — In keeping with the 1869 era, Sedalia’s newest bed and breakfast will open on Saturday — nostalgia is captured at the residence that served as a home, poor house, and … more
As the Fourth of July approaches, fireworks stands outside the city limits on South Limit Avenue are prepared for another great year of fireworks sales. “I've done it for 20 years, and I … more
​​Tuesday, a mammoth four-sided sign was erected at the corner of West Broadway Boulevard and South Limit Avenue. The digital billboard will be capable of ads running on four sides … more
On June 2, Sedalia School District 200 announced a partnership with Nucor Steel Sedalia that will provide a system of outreach and support for select Smith-Cotton Junior High … more
On Monday, Heartland Hospice reopened as part of Promedica Senior Care and hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 150 S. Limit Ave. Suite 400.  Hospice care is specialized care that focuses on … more
A new dog grooming service opened on March 1 in downtown Sedalia, and it is offering full service to canines of all breeds and sizes. Missy Roberts owns the shop located on West Main Street. Her … more
When Sedalia received a record rainfall overnight last week, many homes had flooded basements as drainage systems were overwhelmed by the sheer volume of water. Dan Carroll, Manager of Missouri … more
Jim Perry has been named publisher of the Sedalia Democrat and Warrensburg Star-Journal, as announced this month by Phillips Media Group, the Democrat’s parent company. Perry has a long … more
Jared Sirna is an avid fisherman who noticed an opportunity when driving to the lake. “I’ve been heading to the lake my whole life and wanting to pick up some bait on the way,” … more
David Esser, Chairman of the Central Business and Cultural District board, stood before the Sedalia City Council on Monday night to report on the CBCD’s successes. “The façade … more
Ivory Grille’s executive chef has ventured into the world of sweets. On May 4, Chris Paszkiewicz and his wife, Lynn, opened Cow Bird Creamery and Sweets in the same building as Roadside … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Wisper Internet has launched a new wireless broadband tower in Johnson County to serve households in the Knob Noster area. The new tower, which went online last week, is on … more
FLORENCE — In time for the summer season and the Memorial Day holiday weekend, Diamond S Ranch is opening its glamping, camping, hiking, and wedding services. Donnie Sattler, a captain with … more
A relatively new company is growing exponentially and recently appointed its first chief financial officer. American Professional Staffing Solutions LLC was a recent division of ProEnergy Services … more
Sedalia has gained a new downtown shop with the opening of Bleak to Chic LLC, formerly of Hughesville. The décor shop, specializing in handcrafted items, hosted an open house Friday. It … more
Through the years, the Sedalia Democrat has been at several different locations and under the direction of many publishers and editors. As the Democrat moves into its new building on West Fourth … more
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