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Windsor livestock auction market report for April 7 Receipts, 1,553 HD; 12% cows. Compared to last week, all classes of steers and heifers sold mostly $5 to $10 higher. Slaughter cows and bulls … more
Like everyone across the world when COVID-19 hit last year, professional jewelry artist Patti Zieche-Davisson, of Sedalia, learned to adapt and move forward. Zieche-Davisson, who has created … more
Wednesday morning, the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting at Organic Remedies, a new medical marijuana dispensary soon to open at 4401 Wisconsin Ave.  Although there was … more
Much like Frank Sinatra who sang, “I did it my way,” a local baker is doing the same while offering working moms a tasty option.   Rhea Mae Marcum, of Sedalia, began her home … more
MOPERC (Missouri Propane Education & Research Council) has recently published a 3D Virtual Tour of a new propane-powered home in Sedalia at propanehomepro.com/virtualtour. MOPERC invites all … more
For more than a decade, a local group of community members has been making monthly donations to Washington Elementary School. The Thompson Hills Board of Directors is one of three business … more
March 26 Flamenco and Magin Jose to Taylor R. Kehoe, Barrett and Metsker’s, lots 7, 8, 9, block 6.   Jeffrey T. and Tenea M. Lowman to Jose and Ilsi Palacios, Hunters Ridge 6th … more
Windsor livestock auction market report for March 31 Receipts, 2,306 HD; 12% cows. Compared to last week steers and heifers sold mostly steady. Slaughter cows and bulls sold mostly steady to $3 … more
A small venture that began in a small Sedalia garage has now grown into a notable and significant Sedalia business over the last 75 years. Parkhurst Mfg. grew to become a large manufacturing company … more
Local musician Darryl Grandfield is opening a new 4,000-square-foot event venue with an open house slated for Saturday.   Grandfield said on Wednesday that South 65 Event Barn, 22980 Mather … more
If you find yourself winded after a flight of stairs, unable to fit into your favorite jeans or simply want some exercise to shake off the winter doldrums, Sedalia’s Taylor Hammond is a … more
Current and prospective vendors are invited to the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market vendor interest and food safety training to be hosted online at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 8. Due to the pandemic, … more
Just in time for spring home improvement season, the Sedalia Democrat is hosting its inaugural Home & Garden Show on April 10. Nearly 70 regional vendors will be in the Mathewson Exhibition … more
Mike Swain, Shelter Insurance Companies agent in Sedalia, has been honored as one of Shelter’s highest achieving sales representatives, based on overall 2020 agency operations. The … more
The Missouri Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at State Fair Community College will host, at no cost, a one-hour training that addresses and focuses on risk mitigation, unexpected disruptions … more
Windsor livestock auction market report for March 24 Receipts, 1,997 HD; 8.5% cows. Compared to last week, steers sold mostly $2 to $5 higher with heifers selling steady to $2 lower. Slaughter … more
March 22 Keele Construction Inc. to Michael L. Harris, section 9; township 45; range 21.  Ronnie D Bush Jr. and Stacey N. Bush to William B. and Aimee R Jackson, West View Addition, lots … more
Sedalians will get to experience a new and fun concept when various food vendors gather on April 14 in a kick-off event called the Street Food Throwdown. Luke Kindle, formerly of Sedalia now of … more
After hosting last year’s event in individual daytime presentations due to the pandemic, members of the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce gathered Thursday night at The Venue to celebrate the … more
Big Apple flavor has come to Sedalia with the newly opened New York Deli on South Osage Avenue. The New York Deli, owned by Gene and Jamie Robinson, of Sedalia, opened March 1. The couple offers … more
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