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The days of shaking hands are over for now. It's also difficult to meet face-to-face and share a toothy grin wearing an N19 mask. Acknowledging the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, Economic … more
Hundreds of Pettis County citizens received a COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday during the first day of a three-day mass vaccination event on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. A total of 2,200 people are … more
From a vision, a book was born relating the complete history of Sedalia’s First United Methodist Church dating from 1861 to 2020. “In the Footsteps of the Saints” was compiled by … more
Bothwell Regional Health Center will be hosting a mass COVID-19 vaccination site Thursday, Friday and Saturday on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.  Gov. Mike Parson announced in a recent news … more
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees heard a number of reports regarding progress on various projects during Tuesday night’s meeting. Chief Financial Officer Steve Davis … more
A local business is bringing the community together with a gift card project that is geared toward honoring frontline workers at Bothwell Regional Health Center. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, … more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education heard an update on the Loftus Early Childhood Center and started discussions about the upcoming school year during Monday night’s short … more
Pettis County citizens who preregistered for the COVID-19 vaccine may be getting a call in the next few days for an appointment as the Pettis County Health Center announced it is getting a shipment … more
After decades of advocacy for the importance of voting and being involved in government, Sedalia has lost one of its biggest supporters. Mary Merritt died Friday, Jan. 15 at her Sedalia home after … more
While the COVID-19 pandemic may have changed the way the Humane Society of Missouri operates, it has not stopped staff and volunteers’ efforts to care for and place Missouri pets in their … more
Although Cole Camp PAWS is on pause due to COVID-19, the animal advocacy group has post-pandemic plans for meetings and educational forums on animal and pet care. The Sedalia Democrat reported in … more
With a twist of good providence, a diagnosis of COVID-19 became the compounding factor in Brad Burch’s discovery of stage four cancer — an accidental discovery that may possibly add years … more
As Bothwell Regional Health Center continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, it is using monoclonal therapy to help patients recover before needing to be hospitalized. According to Bothwell … more
COVID-19 has affected the whole world in many different ways and it is trickling down to affect those most in need — the homeless. Due to the pandemic, the annual Point-In-Time Count, which … more
Local health care workers are being honored as the City of Sedalia launches its White Ribbon Campaign. White ribbons are beginning to spring up across town as an encouragement for health care … more
While frontline health care workers have understandably had the spotlight in the last year, other health care agencies have also had to make adjustments to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. … more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education met Monday night at Smith-Cotton High School to approve a few items and continue discussions about COVID-19. Assistant Superintendent Jason Curry … more
As the City of Sedalia gets deeper into budget season, the Sedalia City Council heard strategic planning presentations from three more departments during Monday night’s meeting. The Council … more
In the early months of the pandemic, the number of COVID patients hospitalized at Bothwell Regional Health Center remained in the single digits. But as that number started to rise in the summer and … more
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Directors heard an update about COVID-19 vaccines, and about employees spreading a little holiday cheer, during Tuesday night’s meeting. Chief … more
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