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It was a beautiful morning Wednesday, Sept. 13 as people gathered at Prysmian Group’s beam signing ceremony as the company invests $45 million into the Sedalia plant at 20213 Whitfield Road. more
Sedalia's Central Bank has recently partnered with several Hispanic community leaders to expand its services to include materials printed in Spanish and bilingual staff to serve the diverse members of the local community. more
Bothwell Regional Health Center recently presented its latest DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses to Donna Cline. more
Thursday evening, Sept. 7 at the Yeager’s Cycle bike night, a racetrack made of traffic cones in the parking lot was the setting for a special event. more
Central Bank of Sedalia is busy saving lives with its third annual Community Challenge Blood Drive to be hosted Sept. 15 and 16 at the First United Methodist Church. more
For the second year, Funky Bunch Pet Care LLC is hosting a Pet Memorial this month to help pet parents cope with the death of their furry family members. more
WARRENSBURG — After eight months of renovations, Alley Cats is open. more
In a first for the area, Benton County will host an Entrepreneurial Communities Conference in September in the three communities of Cole Camp, Lincoln, and Warsaw. more
With more new businesses drawing traffic to downtown Sedalia, a proposal to change some of the parking and street directions downtown is gaining favor with local businesses. more
As the last holiday of the summer season approaches, gas prices are falling slightly this week, although they are still higher than a month ago. more
Bothwell Regional Health Center recently presented its latest DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses to Helen Fisher. more
Sarah Cordes, a registered nurse in Bothwell Regional Health Center’s Women’s Health and Newborn Care unit, recently passed the exam to become an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and will be Bothwell’s new full-time Lactation Consultant. more
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
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