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Crisis Intervention Team training teaches law enforcement officers and first responders how to interact with people they encounter who need assistance. “It's always been an issue,” … more
After evaluating the condition of Springfork Lake on Tuesday, Oct. 12, it was determined that the lake would reopen for public use beginning Oct. 13.  The City closed the lake on Sept. 21 for … more
Storybook Walk Project is a collaboration between Boonslick Regional Library of Sedalia and Sedalia Parks and Recreation. The Storybook Walk is located at Hubbard Park in Sedalia, at the corner of … more
The Community Café, which serves 30 to 60 evening meals Monday through Friday, is in need of more volunteers.  Thursday evening, friends and volunteers Kathleen Boswell, Linda Ahrens, … more
The Sedalia Police Department welcomed its newest and youngest K9 officer this week. “This is Ace, he’s a 14-months Belgian Malinois,” Chief Matthew Wirt said. “He’s … more
As with every season, the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department has a series of events planned for the community this holiday season.  According to Special Events and Marketing Manager … more
The City of Sedalia and Missouri Main Street Connection are partnering to gather information on what the community wants to see downtown. Feedback will help direct planning and future goals for the … more
Monday evening’s Sedalia City Council meeting was awash with blue uniforms as firefighters turned out to support Sedalia Fire Department’s two newest firefighters; Michael Wdowiak had his … more
The fourth annual Corvette Show and Cruise-in was hosted by Hotel Bothwell on Saturday in downtown Sedalia.  Hotel Bothwell Assistant General Manager Jessica Martin said this year’s … more
At 6:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5 through 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 8, Clarendon Road will be closed from Anderson Avenue at Katy Trail Subdivision and north of Anderson Avenue at Southwest Village … more
After a hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, three new exhibits opened Friday at the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art. On Wednesday, Daum Curator/Director Thomas Piche’ Jr. walked through the … more
A City of Sedalia wastewater plant manager resigned Friday, Sept. 24 after discrepancies were found in wastewater reports filed to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. “The employee … more
The Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market is about to head into its off-season at the end of October after the 13th season closes out.  The off-season is a time for the market and its vendors to … more
Sedalia is regularly overrun with trash, debris and broken appliances dumped thoughtlessly by the roadside without a thought of scheduling pickup. Brenda Ardrey is the Director of Public Works for … more
This week Furnell Investments broke ground on the new pavilion it is building at West Second Street and South Ohio Avenue. “We're excited that we have finally had the opportunity to get … more
Luke Harris operates Crossroads Bike Tours and Monday he led a group of 10 riders and three guides from their overnight stay at Hotel Bothwell onward toward St. Charles. “It’s a … more
The Missouri State Fairgrounds and State Fair Community College are considering the possibility of expanding. There are 398 acres of land west of the fairgrounds that are being considered as a … more
Monday was the final cattle auction at Central Missouri Sales on South Limit Avenue in Sedalia. Around two weeks ago, E.H. Fowler's landlord sold the cattle market property, leaving many wondering … more
After years as a derelict reminder of Sedalia’s past, the historic Trust Building at Fourth Street and Ohio Avenue is turning over a new leaf. This week Roberts Rollings Architects announced … more
To continue the celebration of 100 years of Hubbard Park, the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department will be selling 12-by-12 pavers to go around the playground at Hubbard Park.  The paver … more
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