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The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees was briefed Tuesday about an imminent viral threat: Russian hackers installing malware on hospital computers. “John Ricci presented to … more
​​Tuesday, a mammoth four-sided sign was erected at the corner of West Broadway Boulevard and South Limit Avenue. The digital billboard will be capable of ads running on four sides … more
Children’s book author, illustrator and performer Kevin Sherry visited the Sedalia Public Library on Tuesday, June 28, as part of the library’s Summer Reading Program.  Sherry did … more
The Heckart Community Center will be open for limited hours Monday, July 4 for Independence Day. The center will be open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Normal business hours will resume on Tuesday, July 5. more
The City of Sedalia announced Monday the Sedalia Police Department and City of Sedalia Code Enforcement will team up this summer to crack down on parking violations.  The two departments are … more
There are plenty of area activities happening over the next week in celebration of the Fourth of July. To have your event added to this list, email news@sedaliademocrat.com. Sedalia For the … more
The Heckart Community Center indoor pool will be closed for swimming from 1 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, June 29 for the Bandits swim meet. The public is invited to watch and support their local Bandits at … more
Coinciding with the summer reading program, two authors and illustrators will speak at the Sedalia Public Library this month. Colter Jackson, formerly of Otterville and now living and working in … more
On June 9, the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Board voted to alternate closing Centennial and Liberty pools on Sundays due to a lifeguard shortage. The Sunday closings will be re-evaluated at the board … more
The Sedalia Park Art as Recreation Committee (SPARC) announces the premier art show at the new Heckart Community Center. The show features the work of local artist, Josh Heimsoth.   Heimsoth … more
Spring Fork Lake in southern Pettis County closed Monday due to a dangerous algae bloom. Blooms of blue-green algae, also known as cyanobacteria, rapidly reproduce in warm stagnant water dense in … more
Large, colorful paintings in the exhibit titled “Sedalia” opened Wednesday at City Hall and will remain on display for three months. The paintings by Damon Freed, a Sedalia Visual Art … more
A historic 130-year-old home on the south side of West Broadway Boulevard at Vermont Avenue is being repainted in preparation for sale. “It’s a great, great house,” said Bethany … more
Friday, the Sedalia Police Department hosted its inaugural D.A.R.E. Camp. After learning to resist drugs in a classroom setting, the kids had gotten D.A.R.E.’s message. “Drugs are … more
To assist residents in cleaning up debris from the recent flash flooding event from their private property, residents may set flood-damaged materials at the curb similar to collections made by the … more
HEADLINE: City Council works on policy changes SUBHEAD: Code of conduct to be drafted for volunteers BYLINE: By Chris Howell chrish@sedaliademocrat.com PHOTO CREDITS: Photo by Chris … more
The Sedalia Fire Department has entered into a partnership agreement with State Fair Community College to offer Firefighter I and II courses through the college. “I get emails on a pretty … more
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