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The Sedalia community lost one of its best storytellers this week. Democrat reporter Hope Lecchi died Thursday morning at her home in Smithton at the age of 56. Journalism was a second career … more
Many months into the COVID-19 pandemic, first responder agencies across the country are adapting to the “new normal.” The Sedalia Fire Department is continuing to navigate the pandemic … more
According to a City of Sedalia press release, Evergy notified the city that beginning at 10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5 to 8 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 6, Winchester Dive will be closed from 10th Street to just … more
Over four decades of Sedalia community theatre and other art-related shows and events are celebrated in an exhibit of memorabilia now showing at the Hayden Liberty Center. From 1977 until 2020, … more
A Sedalia man has been charged with a felony after exposing himself at a local child care center. Justin R. Rogers, 18, of the 400 block of North Prospect Avenue, has been charged with felony … more
To protect health care workers from the winter elements, Bothwell Regional Health Center has moved walk-in COVID-19 testing to a drive-thru site in the Sheep Pavilion on the Missouri State … more
Many families have been left looking for holiday activities that are both fun and safe this year and the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department has a variety of activities to help fill these … more
With Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday over, it’s now time to turn attention to local nonprofits for Giving Tuesday. According to the Giving Tuesday website, the global … more
The music of Christmas won’t be silenced this year thanks to an online concert sponsored by the Sedalia Symphony Orchestra. The Sedalia Symphony will present a virtual Christmas Concert at 7 … more
A local family has been raising funds to purchase headstones for children without them at a local cemetery after the loss of a child in their family. Ryker Camirand, 22 months, was “the … more
The Sedalia City Council’s Fourth Ward has seen a lot of changes this year with its third councilperson being sworn into one of its seats just this year. Steve Bloess was sworn into the Ward … more
Beginning Dec. 1, Bothwell Regional Health Center will provide drive-through COVID-19 testing at the Sheep Pavilion on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Testing hours will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. … more
While local first responder agencies will not be able to participate in the Sedalia/Pettis County Area Children’s Christmas Event this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a few are continuing a … more
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees received several reports from staff about the difficulties Bothwell is facing with the surge in the COVID-19 pandemic during its meeting Tuesday … more
The Sedalia Police Department is continuing to investigate the deaths of two Sedalia men that occurred Thursday, Oct. 29. SPD classified the deaths of 66-year-old Steven Klein, of the residence, … more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education considered several proposals during its meeting Monday night, including added compensation for substitute teacher pay during the pandemic, a new … more
The holidays are rich with traditions for many Sedalia residents, but several of those traditions have been changed in light of the pandemic. To keep some traditions going, the City of Sedalia and a … more
With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cautioning against travel this holiday season, the impact is being seen through low gas prices and fewer travelers expected on the … more
To allow more families to receive assistance this holiday season, Pettis County Community Santa has extended the application deadline to Tuesday, Dec. 1. Applications can be picked up at Open Door … more
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