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Where there is a need there is a way. Residents of Pettis County have proven that time and time again. In this instance, Open Door Food Service Pantry and Kitchen is helping to provide Thanksgiving … more
For many years, the Sedalia Symphony Society has worked to provide outreach opportunities for youth in the community, and each November, the annual StringFest has accomplished this goal. This year … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many businesses and organizations to find creative ways to safely host events and fundraisers, including Child Safe of Central Missouri. The Sedalia-based … more
With cases of COVID-19 rising throughout Pettis County, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education met in a special session Monday evening to consider options for keeping students, faculty … more
The spirit of Christmas will carry on this year at the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre. Although COVID-19 has shut down live performances, with technology and ingenuity, the theatre will present an online … more
The lawsuit against the Pettis County Health Center regarding the mask mandate has been dismissed. more
Bothwell Regional Health Center is one of many hospitals across the country affected by the pandemic utilizing federal coronavirus relief aid funding. more
Even if the world was not in the midst of a pandemic, there would still be changes for school districts as each year brings a new set of benchmarks and goals for students and staff.  more
For many schools, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are trying for district families. It is true not only for the students but also for teachers and staff. If an employee’s child contracts the virus or is classified as a close contact and there is not another parent who can stay home with the child, the staff member often must miss work to care for their child. more
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