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A Sedalia man was arrested Monday afternoon in connection with drug trafficking. more
After many years of planning and work, the Heckart Community Center is celebrating its first anniversary on March 18. more
The Pettis County Pachyderm Club candidate forum for the Sedalia City Council Ward 2 seat was hosted Friday, March 17 at the Heckart Community Center. The microphone was left to candidate Becca La Strada as her sole opponent, Councilman Chris Marshall, was not in attendance. more
The Sedalia Tree Board will celebrate Arbor Day with a Forest Walk by a certified forest and nature therapy guide. more
With more and more miles of the Katy Trail open, Sedalia is seeing larger numbers of cyclists passing through. This trend was enough for bicycle shop owner Ebby Norman to move his South Ohio Avenue shop, Pro-Velo Bicycles, to 530 E. Fifth St., right next to the Katy Trail. His new shop opened Saturday. more
The City of Sedalia has announced that application guidelines are now available for the Sedalia Commercial Historic District NPS Paul Bruhn Grant, which will remain open until Friday, April 14. more
As the Bothwell Foundation gears up for the annual Lub Dub 5K/10K Walk/Run, organizers are also encouraging participants to prepare for the big race. more
Sedalians can help those in need by donating hygiene items this month at the Pettis County Community Partnership. more
A burglary ring specializing in copper theft has been busted after individuals were arrested red-handed. more
Sedalia Ward 2 voters will decide between the incumbent and a former council member for City Council in the April 4 municipal election. more
A Sedalia man has been charged after a warrant was served at his residence Friday night. more
WARRENSBURG — Multiple local community resources have partnered with Sedalia-based Katy Trail Community Health to provide medical services and hot lunches to Johnson County citizens. more
Friday, Dr. Steven Eldenburg, DO, Family Medicine Specialist, left his practice’s long-time location at 700 S. Limit Ave. as he prepares for the next chapter. more
Sedalia business owner Lindsey Starr was busy Thursday morning remodeling a downtown church for her new business, Artistic Isle, 120 E. Sixth St. more
In one of the most contested elections in the Pettis County municipal election on April 4, four candidates will be contending for three seats on the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education. more
Kaylea Weber is the new marketing and special events supervisor for Sedalia Parks and Recreation. more
As the Sedalia City Council prepares for Monday’s budget work session, City Administrator Kelvin Shaw took time at Wednesday’s City Council meeting to give a snapshot of Sedalia to preface the budget talks. more
A car accident shut down the South Limit Avenue overpass on Wednesday morning, Feb. 22. more
At Wednesday evening’s Sedalia City Council meeting, a proposed zoning change allowing smaller “boutique hotels” was expected to pass with no opposition, Sedalia Community Development Director John Simmons told the Democrat Wednesday morning. more
Thursday evening, members of the Sedalia Police Department and their families were dressed in their finest for the annual Police Awards. more
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