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City of Sedalia contractors continue working to make improvements to the City’s water distribution system. The following streets will be reduced to one lane as they will be affected while water … more
Sedalia Parks and Recreation continues to celebrate Hubbard Park’s 100-year anniversary by adding something to and/or hosting an event in Hubbard Park each month throughout 2021.  For … more
Staff and animals alike are all smiles at the Sedalia Animal Shelter after receiving a large donation of goods from local students last week. Smith-Cotton High School DECA Club, under the … more
Mental health awareness and suicide prevention will be at the forefront of a community event to be hosted Saturday outdoors in downtown Sedalia. DeFeet will host “Let’s Talk About … more
At Tuesday night’s meeting of the Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees, guest speaker Larry Tyler educated board members on good governance.  “We always start with … more
Bursting with life and color, two student greenhouses feature an assortment of green-thumb talent blooming right in time for Mother’s Day. The State Fair Community College Horticultural Club … more
The Sedalia Symphony Orchestra will conclude its 86th season Sunday with a virtual performance, an announcement of scholarship recipients and a bittersweet goodbye. Symphony members will bid … more
After a 2020 hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation is bringing back its annual Lub Dub in virtual form. This year’s event includes options for a … more
With the March 18, 2022, grand opening of the Heckart Community Center rapidly approaching, progress on the 90,000-square-foot facility is proceeding apace.  Dan Close, the Project Manager … more
On Thursday, Sedalia firefighters visited the Pettis County Early Childhood Co-op to show students their gear and equipment.  “The Sedalia Fire Department came and they did a fire … more
The Sedalia Public Library Board met on April 12 and adopted a new COVID Restriction Plan. On Monday, April 26, the library will loosen some of the restrictions currently in place for visiting the … more
The Compass Health Network, 1700 W. Main St. in Sedalia, this week began offering a Methadone Treatment Program for those wanting to curb the cycle of opioid use and dependency.  Kelly … more
A Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department employee has been recognized by the Missouri Park & Recreation Association for her work. On April 15 at the MPRA annual conference banquet, Special … more
Although faced with the COVID-19 pandemic and the sudden loss of a husband and father, a family has preserved and made the decision to keep their business open and to stay connected to the community … more
After more than three years, skeletal remains found in wooded Pettis County have been identified as a Sedalia man who went missing six years ago. Pettis County Coroner Robert “Skip” … more
At Monday evening’s Sedalia City Council meeting, an announcement was made of a partnership between the Furnell Companies and the City to create a destination property on West Second Street … more
With employee numbers dwindling and no new applicants in sight, one local restaurant is closing its doors for the day on Monday to give its employees a much-needed break. Fazoli’s General … more
For the first time in 49 years, Open Door is offering longer hours for food pick-up beginning Monday. Open Door Pantry will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. the third Monday of the month through the … more
Sedalia Parks and Recreation continues to celebrate Hubbard Park’s 100 year anniversary by adding and/or hosting something to Hubbard Park each month throughout 2021.  For April, Parks … more
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