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Three Republican candidates are running for Pettis County Eastern Commissioner, a four-year term, in the Aug. 6 primary election. more
Three Republican candidates are running for Pettis County Western Commissioner, a four-year term, in the Aug. 6 primary election. more
During daily meetings June 24-28, the Pettis County Commission completed the following: more
The Missouri Department of Transportation has begun rehabilitating the U.S. Highway 65 northbound bridge over Muddy Creek in Pettis County. The bridge is just north of John Road and Smeltzer Road. more
The Bothwell Foundation has begun its Patient Room Remodel Project, an ambitious renovation beginning with 24 rooms in the Medical and Surgical Unit on 2 Southwest at Bothwell Regional Health Center. more
Olive Branch Baptist Church recently donated its church, property and buildings to The Embassy for a sober living facility that will eventually house more than 50 people looking to make a change in their lives. more
With Independence Day just around the corner, numerous events, activities, and fireworks displays are planned across west central Missouri. more
The Aug. 6 primary election is officially six weeks away, as absentee voting begins Tuesday, June 25. more
During daily meetings June 17-21, the Pettis County Commission completed the following: more
Although it's not July, this week has seen higher-than-normal summer temperatures and heat indices. During a heat wave, it is essential to watch out for heat-related illness. more
A Sedalia man has been arrested after he alarmed local residents earlier this month by appearing on home surveillance cameras late at night. more
At 4:25 a.m. Tuesday, June 18, the Pettis County Fire Protection District received a call and rushed to the home of Anthony and Brittany Salmons in the 2500 block of Van Natta Road in western Pettis County. more
At Monday’s Sedalia City Council meeting, Second Ward Councilman Tom Oldham asked his fellow members to reconsider their decision to implement a two-fire-station model passed at the previous council session based on the Public Safety Committee’s recommendation. more
Tuesday evening, June 18, a candidate forum was hosted at the Sedalia Municipal Building for Eastern and Western Pettis County commissioner candidates. more
A lawsuit filed against Stephanie Morris Nissan has been filed on behalf of Midwest-based Equity Bank with the U.S. District Court for the Western District on Nov. 23 for all dealerships. As of May, the lawsuit remains unsettled. more
Last week, Pettis County road crews were in Smithton resurfacing miles of county roads. Eastern Commissioner Israel Baeza told the Sedalia Democrat the county was investing $1.7 million to make sure the county roads remained open and in good shape. more
During daily meetings June 10-14, the Pettis County Commission completed the following: more
Editor's note: This article has been updated to reflect the correct spelling of Pamala Wilkins's name. more
Rev. Christopher Hoffmann was ordained June 1 in a ceremony in Jefferson City. The Catholic priest discussed his path to the priesthood Wednesday, June 12 at the St. Vincent de Paul parish center in Sedalia. more
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