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One can’t walk or drive by Liberty Park without being a little curious about the large robot-styled sculpture, complete with a metal colander hat, that seems to be a study in whimsy and … more
An art exhibit with a mix of both three-dimensional and two-dimensional art is now open at the Hayden Liberty Center. “Spring Fling” an annual juried show hosted by the Sedalia Visual … more
Just in time for spring home improvement season, the Sedalia Democrat is hosting its inaugural Home & Garden Show on April 10. Nearly 70 regional vendors will be in the Mathewson Exhibition … more
Observation of Arbor Day will be Friday, April 2. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, no formal activities or gatherings are planned. Instead, the City of Sedalia encourages residents to walk, hike, or … more
The City of Sedalia announced that recorded City Council meetings are now available through its YouTube channel. While the public is welcome to join a City Council meeting in person or virtually … more
From 7 a.m. Tuesday, March 29 through 5 p.m. Friday, April 2, South Ohio Avenue and East 28th Street will be closed at the intersection while the City of Sedalia’s contractor installs a new … more
Sedalians will get to experience a new and fun concept when various food vendors gather on April 14 in a kick-off event called the Street Food Throwdown. Luke Kindle, formerly of Sedalia now of … more
After hosting last year’s event in individual daytime presentations due to the pandemic, members of the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce gathered Thursday night at The Venue to celebrate the … more
Big Apple flavor has come to Sedalia with the newly opened New York Deli on South Osage Avenue. The New York Deli, owned by Gene and Jamie Robinson, of Sedalia, opened March 1. The couple offers … more
A small group of advocates for victims of sexual abuse by priests gathered in Sedalia on Tuesday to urge Diocese of Jefferson City officials to include additional names on its list of accused … more
The City of Sedalia will observe Good Friday on Friday, April 2 and as a result, trash will not be collected on that day. All City trash collection days will move to one day earlier in the … more
At Tuesday’s Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees meeting, this upcoming Friday was recognized as the one-year anniversary of the first COVID case diagnosed in Pettis County. … more
When a citizen noticed a smashed window on a building near Main Street and Osage Avenue Jan. 9, they called the police to come out and investigate. The officers soon found the unlikely culprit dazed … more
A new concept kitchen is producing tasty gourmet hot dogs and is gaining attention in the Sedalia area.   Reid Swearingen, a member of Lamy’s marketing and design team, said this week … more
This spring, a new community garden will burst into life on North Hurley Avenue, offering locals a wide variety of vegetables, herbs and flowers free for the picking.  This earthen … more
Jeff Coleman has accepted the position of superintendent of operations in the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department.  Coleman began working with Warrensburg Parks and Recreation in 1989 … more
The United Way of Pettis County is helping the Sedalia Police Department purchase a new drug incinerator. United Way of Pettis County Executive Director Catterina Riddle presented a $4,590 check … more
Sedalia philanthropist Sue Heckart was recognized for her contributions to the community by the Missouri Park & Recreation Association during a dinner and award ceremony Thursday night at … more
With Sedalia’s growth and increased traffic over the past few years, Sedalia Fire Department crew response times have become unacceptably long. “Our insurance rating says you have to have … more
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