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On Oct. 3, the last Pettis County COVID-19 Task Force meeting was hosted, with the final report released the next day through Nixle.  The task force first met in January or February 2020 in … more
At Monday evening’s Sedalia City Council meeting, Bothwell Regional Health Center CEO Lori Wightman and CFO Steve Davis presented the hospital’s annual report to the City. Wightman … more
Funding plans were the main focus of Monday night’s Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education meeting at Smith-Cotton High School. Assistant Superintendent Todd Fraley presented a plan … more
WARRENSBURG — As the COVID-19 pandemic enters yet another calendar year, the Western Missouri Medical Center staff continue to care for patients despite seemingly endless struggles. WMMC CEO … more
Tuesday evening’s Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees meeting began with CEO Lori Wightman reading a heartfelt letter from the wife of a stroke victim from Nov. 29. “I … more
The Pettis County Ambulance District Board of Directors met Tuesday night to approve several issues and noted COVID-positive transports were increasing. EMS Chief Eric Dirck was not in attendance … more
Tuesday afternoon, Bothwell Regional Health Center reported opening a centralized COVID-19 outpatient management clinic at the Healing Arts Center, 3700 W. 10th St. The hospital stated the outpatient … more
Sedalia is sometimes a step behind the rest of the nation; that's also been the case with the COVID-19 virus. The virus hit the area hard last year, but months later than neighboring states. This … more
At Tuesday’s Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees meeting, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Phillip Fracica dove deep into educating members on the omicron variant of the … more
SMITHTON — The Smithton R-VI School District made some changes to its COVID-19 guidelines after a recent Board of Education meeting and a ruling from Cole County Circuit Court.  A … more
As the COVID pandemic continues, its effect is being felt not only by those who get the virus but by those who have other illnesses and injuries, some as simple as a broken foot or ankle. It was … more
On Wednesday, Dec. 8, the Missouri Attorney General’s office sent a cease and desist letter to Sedalia School District 200 Superintendent Steve Triplett regarding the district’s mask … more
On Monday night, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education met at the Smith-Cotton High School Student Commons to make its monthly decision on the district’s mask policy.  The … more
At Friday’s Pettis County Pachyderm Club luncheon, Bothwell Regional Health Center CEO Lori Wightman and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Phillip Fracica outlined the state of the COVID pandemic and … more
Bothwell Regional Health Center now has a clinic to provide monoclonal antibody infusions thanks to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.  Pettis County was chosen with … more
Tuesday evening’s Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees meeting held good news as the hospital’s annual audit showed a positive financial turnaround. “I'm very … more
Masks will be required in Sedalia School District 200 buildings for the 2021-22 school year after a Board of Education special meeting Monday night. The Board voted 6-1; board member Matthew … more
WARRENSBURG — As students return to campus for the second time since the pandemic began, the University of Central Missouri is returning to requiring face coverings for indoor … more
In addition to buying fair food, concert tickets and souvenirs, fairgoers will also have the opportunity to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine while visiting the Missouri State Fair. At the request … more
Christine Reever was protesting outside the Tyson Foods plant in Sedalia on Tuesday morning. As cars passed, she would yell to the drivers. “It is your choice, your right. Make your choice, … more
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