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After decades of advocacy for the importance of voting and being involved in government, Sedalia has lost one of its biggest supporters. Mary Merritt died Friday, Jan. 15 at her Sedalia home after … more
Inside a robin’s-egg blue food truck, a Sedalia family cooks up tasty El Salvadorian food and the savory scent of griddle cakes draws one to pull in, park and order. Omar and Mildree … more
The City of Sedalia website has a new reporting tool that helps connect a citizen’s request directly to the specific department waiting to assist them.  At the direction of Mayor John … more
The Sedalia City Council met for a short meeting Tuesday night due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, focusing on a new garage ordinance and the city’s new branding … more
With a twist of good providence, a diagnosis of COVID-19 became the compounding factor in Brad Burch’s discovery of stage four cancer — an accidental discovery that may possibly add years … more
As Bothwell Regional Health Center continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, it is using monoclonal therapy to help patients recover before needing to be hospitalized. According to Bothwell … more
City of Sedalia residents within the utility billing cycle known as the third district (those with a typical due date of the first of the month) might have noticed that their bills were much less … more
Open Door Service Center received a grant allowing the nonprofit pantry to supply additional fresh food, providing more hunger relief in Pettis County. The Food Bank of Central and Northeast … more
The City of Sedalia has been working on neighborhood revitalization in recent years with the Sedalia Redevelopment Corporation being the newest tool in the toolbox for tackling the issue. The … more
A physician and a professor have teamed up to renovate a 12,000-square-foot Sedalia building, creating not only a metro-style loft home but also a main floor art room open to the public for classes … more
After more than four decades of service to the citizens of Sedalia, Personnel Director John Rice has decided it’s time to find a new calling for service. Rice has been a City of Sedalia … more
The Sedalia Park Board approved creating a new project manager position and the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department’s first Art in the Park project during Thursday night’s … more
A locally-owned fitness center has transitioned to being open 24 hours while a national franchise buffet is temporarily closed for repairs and remodeling. Brian’s Gym Brian’s Gym, … more
A mother and daughter have teamed up to open a downtown consignment shop that is bringing color to local wardrobes and catering to women of all ages. ReRun Rags, 122 S. Ohio Ave., a consignment … more
Plans have come to fruition for the Mercy Rest Stop and Information Center to be built on the property of the Open Door Kitchen. Donations are now being sought to begin construction on the … more
From 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, the intersection of East Third Street and Mill Street will be closed to through traffic. Traffic will need to find an alternate … more
Local health care workers are being honored as the City of Sedalia launches its White Ribbon Campaign. White ribbons are beginning to spring up across town as an encouragement for health care … more
While frontline health care workers have understandably had the spotlight in the last year, other health care agencies have also had to make adjustments to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. … more
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