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July 6 Kirk Alan Wissman, Pam Wissman, Alesia Rae Wissman, Bart Clinton Wissman and Christine Wissman to Bart C. Wissman, Christine R. Wissmana and Dylan Wissman, section 33; township 45; range … more
Longtime food service worker Andrea Waynick, 37, of Cole Camp, began her food career when she was 15 and she hasn’t looked back. Waynick believes in community and believes in being a good … more
The Sedalia Democrat, the Missouri Job Center and Equus Workforce Solutions have teamed up to host a job fair to aid in the hiring process for both employers and job seekers. The job fair will be … more
Many food delivery drivers in Sedalia have begun to voice their concerns about the lack of tips they receive. Delivery drivers do many jobs for customers, yet the expectation to tip is declining. … more
June 21 Lola M. and Carl Jordan to Kyle A. Meek, section 6; township 45; range 21. John Richard and Beverly Martin and Martha Ellen Wininger to W. Neil and Karla M. Eddingfeild, section 20; … more
Bothwell Regional Health Center is in the process of upgrading its linear accelerator and by the end of August will be able to treat cancer more precisely at the Canon Center for Cancer and … more
COLE CAMP — Family-owned CC’s Butcher Shop had its grand opening July 1 in Cole Camp with residents of the town and Gov. Mike Parson joining them to celebrate.  Rod Casteel, who … more
HUGHESVILLE — Hughesville welcomed a new upcycled home furnishings store, From Bleak to Chic, to its town on May 28. The store offers a variety of pieces including customizable signs, … more
Following roughly a year of lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many locals may be eager to buy fireworks for some fun this Fourth of July. But this year, there are several factors affecting the … more
The Sedalia License office in the Thompson Hills Shopping Center will be closed Monday, July 5 to observe Independence Day. The office will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday, July 6. more
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Fuscoe Engineering Inc. announced J. Marty Smith, PLS, has been promoted to Mapping Manager for the San Diego Region. Smith has 20-plus years of land survey and mapping … more
On June 19, Jacob K. Dey, MD, successfully completed the Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Residency at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. It is an intensive five-year residency that … more
Preferred Hospice announced Nicole Epperson, LPN, is now the Administrator in the Columbia office. Preferred Hospice of Missouri has seven offices across the state, covering more than 65 … more
June 14Gary C. and Billie J. Pugh to Jamie M. and Leona Kay Driskill, West View Addition, lots 6, 7, block 14. Amanda M. Prewitt to Donna K. Mall, Country Club Addition, lots 7, 8, block … more
The automotive industry is reeling from a chip shortage that is causing a shortage of new vehicles at local car dealerships.  The COVID pandemic had many buyers canceling their orders for … more
COLE CAMP — Although retirement often looks good, many times it’s an open door to new opportunities and a well-known Cole Camp woman recently walked through that metaphoric door. Roxy … more
Tourism was brought to a halt in Sedalia over the last year, like countless other industries, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as COVID restrictions are fading in Pettis County, there are plans … more
After canceling the majority of its community education and support groups last year due to COVID-19, Bothwell Regional Health Center will offer a Safe Sitter educational class Saturday, June 26, and … more
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