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WARRENSBURG — Western Missouri Medical Center has launched a new Medical Assistant (MA) training program that was presented during the January Board of Trustees meeting. The program is designed to provide the training and education necessary for participants to become certified medical assistants. more
With more and more miles of the Katy Trail open, Sedalia is seeing larger numbers of cyclists passing through. This trend was enough for bicycle shop owner Ebby Norman to move his South Ohio Avenue shop, Pro-Velo Bicycles, to 530 E. Fifth St., right next to the Katy Trail. His new shop opened Saturday. more
WireCo announced Tuesday the launch of new Made in the USA crane ropes. While displaying products at CONEXPO 2023 in Las Vegas, the company said customers would now be able to purchase Casar and Oliveira brand ropes that are made in America. more
Show-Me Trends Collective Boutique hosted its grand opening in downtown Sedalia on Friday. more
To serve the Sedalia community, UScellular has opened a new, full-service mobile store next to Tacos El Charro in the parking lot of the former Broadway Lanes at 2119 W. Broadway Blvd. more
Bothwell Regional Health Center recently presented its latest DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses to Seth Stotts. more
Friday, Dr. Steven Eldenburg, DO, Family Medicine Specialist, left his practice’s long-time location at 700 S. Limit Ave. as he prepares for the next chapter. more
Mica Vogler, owner of Serene Space Massage, 412 S. Ohio Ave., opened her business in October in a beautifully renovated building directly across from the Pettis County Courthouse. more
Expertly decorated cookies, cupcakes, and cakes are the signature of a relatively new local business, Charm House Cookies — goodies created with fond memories of a lost loved one. more
At Wednesday evening’s Sedalia City Council meeting, a proposed zoning change allowing smaller “boutique hotels” was expected to pass with no opposition, Sedalia Community Development Director John Simmons told the Democrat Wednesday morning. more
The University of Missouri Extension – Business Development Program recognized State Fair Community College’s Missouri Small Business Development Center and MOSBDC Director Kelly Asbury for several accomplishments at its January professional development conference. more
Beginning Feb. 27, Bothwell Health Center-Truman Lake in Warsaw will offer walk-in hours from 10 a.m. to noon and 2 to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. more
The Sedalia Area Farmers' Market will open this year with a new market manager, as former manager Breda Raetz has retired after 14 years. more
Since 2012, FCS Financial has distributed more than $218,000 across Missouri through Shaping Rural Missouri Grants. The Shaping Rural Missouri Grant offers Missouri 4-H and FFA organizations $500 grants to implement projects that will benefit their rural communities and youth development. more
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