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With hopes of a Memorial Day opening, construction on the Liberty Park Train House has raced along at a rapid pace in recent weeks.  One day after the rains stopped last week, the train house … more
Hope comes in many forms and sometimes it comes by truck — a truck filled with food and other items that can be donated to the community and surrounding area. Encounter Church of Sedalia … more
The Sedalia Police Department has a new therapy dog that has a friendlier approach to dealing with the public, staff and officers at the department.  Sgt. Casey DeVorss had been working with … more
At the Sedalia Police Department’s 2021 Awards Ceremony hosted Tuesday evening at The Venue, awards were given to SPD officers and citizens recognized for exceptional performance during … more
City of Sedalia contractors continue working to make improvements to the City’s water distribution system. The following streets will be affected by the installation of water mains and service … more
At Thursday evening’s Parks and Recreation Board meeting, the contract was finalized for the new splash pad at Hubbard Park. Capri Pool should be able to begin work within the next few weeks … more
Three adults were arrested and large quantities of drugs were seized Wednesday when a search warrant was served in the 600 block of East Ninth Street by the Sedalia Police Department. “It … more
The Katy Trail opened in its entirety this week as a large section through Sedalia was completed. In cooperation with State, County and City governments, funding was obtained and rights-of-way were … more
Wednesday morning, the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting at Organic Remedies, a new medical marijuana dispensary soon to open at 4401 Wisconsin Ave.  Although there was … more
Much like Frank Sinatra who sang, “I did it my way,” a local baker is doing the same while offering working moms a tasty option.  Rhea Mae Marcum, of Sedalia, began her home … more
While many of its agenda items were somewhat minor, the Sedalia City Council made progress on a number of ongoing projects during Monday night’s meeting. The council approved an ordinance … more
When Sedalia Parks and Recreation was cleaning up the Centennial Park pool for the summer, the staff reached out to Kelly and Dayna Davis, a mother and daughter team of local artists they had worked … more
Editor's note: The second photo caption has been updated to correct that the So-Sick Crew donated the baskets. more
City of Sedalia contractors continue working to make improvements to the City’s water distribution system. The following streets will be affected by the installation of water mains and service … more
After housing honors students and then offering storage space over the last three decades, the Lamm House on the State Fair Community College campus is slated for demolition. The Lamm House is the … more
A small venture that began in a small Sedalia garage has now grown into a notable and significant Sedalia business over the last 75 years. Parkhurst Mfg. grew to become a large manufacturing company … more
Mayor John Kehde, along with Pettis County Presiding Commissioner David Dick proclaimed April as Child Abuse Prevention Month.  According to the proclamation, recognizing child abuse and … more
Due to construction work to place a new water main and valve into service, a water-boil advisory will be in effect from 7 a.m. Monday, April 5 until testing is complete at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 6 … more
After a break from the usual traditions in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Alzheimer’s Association plans to host an in-person Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Sedalia later this … more
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