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Bothwell Regional Health Center has named Marvin Smoot as its Vice President of Clinic Operations. In this role, Smoot is responsible for the leadership, strategy, operational support and effectiveness of Bothwell’s 20-plus outpatient clinics. more
Due to Dr. Ken Azan’s retirement at the end of December, Nurse Practitioner Leah Hermanson and other clinic staff will provide care at a new location in 2024. more
WARRENSBURG – It started with a deer processor by a father and son and evolved into a full custom meat processor. Now, customers are welcoming Cuttin’ Up Meat Market in Warrensburg. more
Truck and Trail just opened at 2907 W. Broadway Blvd., and aims to “elevate your vehicle, one accessory at a time,” according to the slogan on the business’ website. more
Women now have the opportunity to purchase high-end and designer clothing and accessories without breaking the bank or driving to the city. more
The Bothwell-University of Missouri Rural Family Medicine Residency received continued accreditation following an annual review and site visit by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). more
The list of top names for babies born at Bothwell Regional Health Center in 2023 includes a selection of unique and timeless names. Seven girl and 14 boy names hold the title of most popular compiled from the list of the 435 babies born through Dec. 14 at Bothwell. more
Fostering a love for music, the Sedalia String Academy LLC provides lessons for all age groups and plans to expand into a larger downtown facility soon. more
Three downtown brick-and-mortar businesses have teamed up to provide a last-minute Christmas shopping fair downtown Saturday, Dec. 23. more
Bothwell Regional Health Center has been awarded a Rural Hospital Medical Equipment and Supplies grant for $88,056 from the Patterson Family Foundation. more
After more than six decades, Dr. Elmer Van Dyke, an OB/GYN physician in Sedalia, is retiring and closing his private practice at the end of the month. Retirement is bittersweet for the physician who's had some patients for 50 years. more
As the future location for Rea Funeral Chapel on West 16th Street nears completion, international artist Christine Finley, formerly of Sedalia but now working in New York, is adding artwork that brings comfort and peace to those who are bereaved. more
Timothy Vuagniaux recently announced his retirement as a licensed psychological health services provider, ending his 50 years of service to children, youth, adults and families in Sedalia and west central Missouri. more
WARRENSBURG – On one side of South Holden Street, you find Warrensburg City Hall and the Chamber of Commerce. On the flip side, you find a store containing antiques, dresses, goat milk, and a bistro all in one. more
CENTERVIEW – After 42 years, Christmas Tree Hill farm hosted its last barn event on Nov. 26. more
A Sedalia staple for western and practical work wear moved its shop Wednesday evening, Dec. 6 to a larger space with plans to open for business at 9 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 7. more
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