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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
United Way of Pettis County announced its 2020 campaign total and recognized contributors during a Zoom meeting at noon Friday. Although the campaign was hampered by the COVID-19 pandemic, UWPC … more
St. Patrick’s Day marked the reopening of all Boonslick Regional Library branches, including the Sedalia branch at 219 W. Third Street.  Boonslick Regional Library has additional … more
On Friday at Smith-Cotton High School, three young students performed difficult musical pieces for submission into the State Music Festival. “This year we are unable to do our festivals in … more
The lowering numbers of people infected with COVID-19 in Pettis County are due in large measure to identifying and quarantining those exposed to the virus through the process of contact … more
Although the Sedalia Senior Center is closed to in-person meals and activities, it is still committed to serving Pettis County’s older adults through the COVID-19 pandemic. Care Connection … more
Last April the Democrat profiled three local businesses trying to negotiate the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly 11 months later, we asked the same three business owners, Michelle Quattlebaum of The Venue, … more
After going completely virtual last spring at the beginning of the pandemic, Smith-Cotton High School now has its own virtual learning platform for students who do not wish to take in-person classes … more
Adversity often makes one stronger and more resilient and so it is for dance students who have faced the pandemic this past year while working hard to produce the annual “Nutcracker” … 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
FIRST robotics competitions have been canceled this year due to COVID-19, so Smith-Cotton High School’s Team SCREAM has set out to create their own competitive event.  Usually, Team … 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
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
The Pettis County Ambulance District Board of Directors approved a new board member and heard winter weather and COVID-19 updates during Tuesday night’s meeting. The board will have a new … more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education discussed amendments to the current budget and heard a positive COVID-19 update during Monday night’s meeting at Smith-Cotton High … 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
Once again, the pandemic is the cause of the cancellation of the Scott Joplin International Ragtime Festive slated for June. The festival was canceled last year due to the pandemic and a decision … more
Vaccinations will continue on a more consistent basis in Sedalia throughout February as Bothwell Regional Health Center has been selected as a high throughput vaccinator as part of Missouri’s … more
Kindness comes in many forms and with the COVID-19 pandemic still affecting the city, a Sedalia woman is hoping to relieve some stress by doing a good deed for frontline workers. Josephine Sei, … more
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