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After announcing its intentions to open a new location in Sedalia more than 18 months ago, Planet Fitness finally has a more firm opening date in place. Planet Fitness announced in February 2020 … more
Gov. Mike Parson congratulated a crowd of workers and local dignitaries at WireCo  WorldGroup Thursday as the company announced the investment of another $15 million in machinery inside its … more
David Muntzel and Dean Dohrman have both recently authored and published books. Muntzel has published “Light Side,” and Dorman, "Insidious Changes.” They will have a book signing … more
The Missouri State Fair Foundation has organized an Ice Cream Social for 6:30 p.m. Aug. 10 to commemorate Missouri’s Bicentennial. The celebratory Ice Cream Social will be hosted at the … more
With the opening of the Missouri State Fair less than a month away, hiring for the hundreds of fair workers needed is in full swing. “We have several departments that we take applications … more
A Sedalia man has pleaded guilty in connection to a fatal shooting in 2019. Monday, Elijah H. Watts pleaded guilty to second-degree murder before Judge Jeff A. Mittelhauser in Pettis County … more
Although stopped for a time due to the pandemic, the Sedalia Public Library Outreach Program is rolling along again with Outreach Librarian Sarah Harper at the wheel.  Harper, who once worked … more
At Monday evening’s Sedalia City Council meeting, a workshop was held to discuss firefighters’ pension funds.  With unfunded liabilities already topping $4.1 million, City … more
After a devastating overnight fire March 9, 2021, the Martinez Auto Body Shop at 101 W. Washington Ave. lay a distorted pile of smoldering ruins. Leobardo Martinez and Gabriella Galban were left with … more
Two Sedalia veterans have designed a program to help other veterans transition from military to civilian life.  VFW Post 2591 Senior Vice Commander Kyle Edwards and Commander Tony Karr hope … more
Reader’s World is in search of a new owner after the Cowley brothers, from Cowley Distributing, decided to retire.  Vice President of Cowley Distributing Jerry Cowley will turn 65 in … more
The Missouri Department of Transportation will have lane closures on Route 50 from Route M on the east side of Sedalia to the Morgan County line beginning the week of July 19. A flagging operation … more
South Montgomery Avenue from East Sixth Street to East Seventh Street will be closed to through traffic from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, July 15 to allow for water main replacement.  From 7 … more
After 19 years, Sedalia Public Library Director Pam Hunter will say goodbye to the community at the end of July. Hunter, who is retiring, began her library career in 1985 and has seen enormous … more
Surrounded by gray clouds and a slow, light rain, Christine Bottom struggled to read the words she had prepared for Sunday evening’s dedication ceremony for her son’s memorial bench. With … more
WARRENSBURG — The State of Missouri and Amtrak are restoring the second of two daily round-trip trains between the Amtrak stations in Kansas City and St. Louis starting July 19.  The … more
The Sedalia Public Works Department will be spraying for mosquitoes and flies between 2 and 6 a.m. in the areas below: Tuesday, July 20: West Broadway Boulevard south to the south city limits and … more
Two people were arrested Thursday after Sedalia police officers performed a traffic stop on a vehicle and located methamphetamine, cutting tools and a catalytic converter. “Officers worked … more
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