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Hubbard Park will see a flurry of activity this Saturday as Juneteenth celebrations begin. Canceled last year, like so many activities due to COVID, the event is back and will feature food, music, … more
With the recent launch of Sedalia’s new branding initiative, “Let’s Cross Paths,” the City is requesting pictures from everyone within the Sedalia-Pettis County area who would … more
Evergy has notified the City of Sedalia that from midnight to 5 a.m. Thursday, June 17, the alley between East Broadway Boulevard and East Ninth Street will be closed from South Ingram Avenue to … more
While digging for the new sewer and water lines recently along Third Street, Jacob Munson hit a piece of Sedalia’s history with his excavator.  “I dug up a piece of metal and it … more
Tourism was brought to a halt in Sedalia over the last year, like countless other industries, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as COVID restrictions are fading in Pettis County, there are plans … more
This past Sunday marked one year since Hannah Fizer was shot and killed during a traffic stop by a Pettis County Sheriff’s Office deputy next to LaMaire’s Seafood Restaurant. Without a … more
Washington Avenue at East Main Street including the Washington Avenue bridge will be closed from 7 a.m. Wednesday, June 16 until 8 a.m. Thursday, June 17 to allow for a roadway repair needed after a … more
At Thursday's Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department board meeting, a bid to work on the crumbling plaster on the Liberty Park Bridge was rejected as it was far more expensive than Parks staff had … more
For those seeking employment in Sedalia, the job market is very strong. Signs on local businesses encourage job seekers to “apply within” and online job boards like Indeed.com and … more
The Sedalia Public Library and Boonslick Regional Library have started their summer reading programs this week with the hope to keep kids, preschool through 12th grade, reading year-round. Every … more
At Monday evening’s Sedalia City Council meeting, the Council voted to expand its current boundaries with the annexation of two parcels of land both owned by the Sedalia Tabernacle.  A … more
With the hot summer just beginning, households are probably glad to have a fan, but not every household has one. In response to this, Westlake Ace Hardware and the Sedalia Salvation Army are … more
With sunny skies and warmer temperatures, Sedalia’s pools are now off to a swimmingly good start featuring a wide variety of activities this summer. Although rain and cool temps prevented … more
A group of young veterans in their 20s and 30s is trying to breathe new life into VFW Post 2591. Army veteran Tony Karr, 31, has been a member of the VFW since 2012, but his schedule and the … more
Monarch butterflies are currently passing through Missouri on their annual migration up from Mexico. Missouri has the necessary nectar-producing plants the monarchs need and one plant essential for … more
History will be on display Saturday during the Pettis County Museum’s Open House, including a scrapbook containing the events of local Honor Flight veterans. The Open House is sponsored by … more
The Dino Dig on June 2 is the latest example of fun activities the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department has planned for the summer.  Special Events and Marketing Manager Savannah Lynde … more
On Wednesday B&B Theatres announced a management deal with the owner of Galaxy 10 Cinemas in Sedalia.The Galaxy 10 is still owned by the Wagenknecht family which has been in the movie theater … more
While Memorial Day weekend was fun for some people in Sedalia, the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department was cleaning up a mess.  Parks and Rec Director Amy Epple said there were three … more
Central Missouri Credit Union in Warrensburg notified the Sedalia Police Department on May 28, that its area has been experiencing scammers posing as local bankers or credit intuitions and have … more
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