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Sedalia’s city attorney is officially no longer working for the city. City Administrator Kelvin Shaw told the Democrat via email on Wednesday that City Attorney Anne Gardner would no longer … more
Lewis Circle is a small housing development in southwest Sedalia. Normally the neighbors watch out for each other and keep to themselves inside their modest apartments. “I do I feel a lot … more
At the Monday night Sedalia City Council meeting, the Sedalia Fire Department gave Life Save awards to four brave firefighters who played crucial roles in saving the life of a Sedalia resident caught … more
Mayor John Kehde and City Administrator Kelvin Shaw addressed around 30 attendees at Friday’s Pachyderm luncheon at Best Western State Fair Inn. Kehde said the Sedalia City Council and city … more
A partnership between a nonprofit and a community health organization is providing COVID-19 education to the African American community with the next events slated for March 8 and March 22. Both will … more
After a week of freezing temperatures and multiple structure fires, the Sedalia Fire Department took this week to train on ice and cold-water rescues. “Everybody recognizes that we show up … more
A pandemic, brutally cold weather and snow have not stopped the music for the Sedalia Symphony Society. Members will present the third concert of the 86th season this Sunday. The Symphony’s … more
The City of Sedalia has received a TRIM grant through the Missouri Department of Conservation for completion of a partial tree re-inventory along certain street right-of-ways on public property and … more
At the Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday night, the majority of the conversation was about vaccines. Good news abounded concerning the dramatic drops in COVID infected … more
Hoping to offer relief for high electric bills, the Sedalia Salvation Army has partnered with Evergy in a program designed to help struggling customers. Magen Hudson, the Salvation Army service … more
The City of Sedalia has announced it was able to purchase 32 acres of property from Union Pacific.  The property located just east of the Katy Trail and north of East Broadway Boulevard may … more
When Juan Linares, owner of the food truck Tacos El Arca, applied for a reissuance of his food license, he was surprised to be denied. When members of the Sedalia City Council met Feb. 15, … more
On Monday night, the Sedalia City Council met to review work on the City’s budget and make tough decisions on the projects deemed to be most important to Sedalia.  After approving … more
Bothwell Regional Health Center has partnered with Burrell Behavioral Health to provide increased access to mental health resources for its employees. Health care employees routinely have … more
During the brutally cold and snowy weather of the last two weeks, those without shelter found a place of comfort and warmth thanks to many volunteers and church members.  The Sedalia Warming … more
John Fizer, the father of Hannah Fizer, has filed a Petition for Damages lawsuit against the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office deputy who shot and killed her last summer during a traffic … more
It will soon be 100 years since Sarah Elvira Smith Cotton, daughter of Sedalia founder George R. Smith, donated 25 acres for Hubbard Park.  Sarah, also known as “Sed,” donated the … more
Tractor Supply Company announced Wednesday that it has entered an agreement to acquire Orscheln Farm and Home. According to a news release, it is an all-cash transaction for approximately $297 … more
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