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The 75th Missouri Photo Workshop kicked off Sunday evening, Sept. 24 at the Sacred Heart Hoying gym with a full house of community members and 39 workshop participants. more
A small group of concerned citizens met at City Hall on Friday, Sept. 22 as Mayor Andrew Dawson read from a proclamation he was preparing to sign. more
On Wednesday, Sept. 20, the report of a potential attempted child abduction by a stranger in a red van in Sedalia had parents watching their children more closely and reporting suspicious vehicles to police. more
On Monday evening, Sept. 18, crews from Sedalia Public Works pulled a late-night shift pouring a new asphalt roadway on Clinton Road from South Grand Avenue to 32nd Street. more
The Sedalia City Council took an amiable turn Monday night, Sept. 18 as Mayor Andrew Dawson proclaimed Sept. 28 through Oct. 4 as Good Neighbor Week in Sedalia. more
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
Two people in two separate Pettis County cases were sentenced over the last week. more
The City of Sedalia announced the donation of a set of Hurst extraction equipment, commonly known as the "Jaws of Life," to the Green Ridge Volunteer Fire Department. 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
During daily meetings Sept. 4-8, the Pettis County Commission completed the following: more
When the City of Sedalia purchased a street milling machine and began stripping off the top layer of city roadways for resurfacing, they were left with a bulky but reusable resource. more
Jacob Carver is the Sedalia Fire Department’s newest fire inspector. Carver’s wife, Montana, pinned the young man with his inspector badge at Tuesday’s Sedalia City Council meeting. more
A first for Sedalia, it will host the 2023 Missouri Women in Agriculture Conference, sponsored by the Central Region Committee, from Sept. 18-20. more
Two men have been charged with drug trafficking after multiple law enforcement agencies served several search warrants in Pettis and Henry counties Tuesday, Sept. 5. more
A new ordinance proposed at Tuesday night’s Sedalia City Council meeting would tighten regulations for pet ownership within the city limits. more
Professional photojournalists will once again visit Sedalia this month with the Missouri Photo Workshop after 43 years, with Sedalian Cleo Norman serving as the city's expert. more
At 10:32 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30, detectives with the Sedalia Police Department’s Crime Resolution Unit and Criminal Investigations Bureau served a drug-related search warrant in the 1800 block of South Sneed Avenue. more
Thursday evening, Aug. 31, dozens of people gathered on the Pettis County Courthouse steps to remember friends and loved ones lost to drug overdose. more
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is updating floodplain maps, and City of Sedalia Chief Building Official Devin Lake has gone to assist with the effort. more
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