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Two friends from Sedalia have a passion for arcade games that has grown into an amazing collection they want to share. more
The Missouri Public Service Commission has ordered all Missouri utilities, including Evergy, to make the switch to time-based rate plans in order to combat the high demand for energy during peak times. more
State Fair Community College Apprenticeship Program Director Lori Blalock is pleased to announce that Shaun Taber of Smithton and Devon Tunis of Sedalia have earned their United States Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship, Journeyman Certificates in Industrial Machine Systems Technician. more
This year’s Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities (CEC) conference, Sept. 20-21 in Benton County, will provide several days of learning about rural innovations for leaders with an eye on business growth. Participants will tour businesses in Cole Camp, Warsaw and Lincoln. more
Bothwell Regional Health Center will open its second walk-in clinic on Sedalia’s east side on Aug. 1 more
Matt Petree is the owner of Reader’s World, a Sedalia bookstore that also offers gifts, cards, and novelties. more
Bothwell Urology Services is moving to a new location on Bothwell Hospital’s second floor. more
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees has welcomed Connie McLaughlin as a new member after the Sedalia City Council approved her appointment at its meeting on June 5. more
WARRENSBURG — Western Missouri Medical Center is celebrating its 60th anniversary, marking 60 years of compassionate care. more
In a locally unprecedented move, Mike Brown, who retired as owner of B&P Excavating and Turpin Land Surveying on July 1, has allowed his employees to own the business through an Employee Stock Ownership Plan, or ESOP. more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg area will receive $5.85 million in economic development assistance after Gov. Mike Parson's recent signing of sections of the Appropriations House Bill 19, marking a significant milestone for economic growth in Johnson County. more
Over the objections of Evergy Missouri, staff with the Missouri Public Service Commission last year pushed for power prices to be based on the time of day when the electricity was consumed, with a small premium for use at peak times. more
People who live in rural communities live an average of three years fewer than their urban counterparts, have a 40% higher likelihood of developing heart disease and face a 30% increased risk for stroke mortality — a gap that has grown over the past two decades. Bothwell Regional Health Center is committed to changing that. more
WARRENSBURG – 121 Farmhouse Kitchen will celebrate its 10-year anniversary of being in business with an event later this month. more
With a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 11 at the Fox Theater Events Center, Sedalia and Pettis County stepped into the digital future with the roll-out of broadband internet across the area. more
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