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Pettis County is now six weeks away from the Aug. 2 primary election, which means today, June 21, is the beginning of absentee voting.  The Pettis County Clerk’s office will mail out … more
The Johnson County Republican Women will host a candidate forum on Tuesday, June 21 at the Warrensburg Elks Lodge, 822 E. Young St., as part of their Summer Speaker Series.  The forum, … more
An incumbent and a newcomer were elected to the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees during Tuesday’s municipal election.  Tim Carr retained his seat and Amie Breshears was … more
Pettis County voters exceeded Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada’s prediction for the April 5 municipal election, with 21.97% of registered voters (5,770) casting a ballot. La Strada, who … more
Proposition A passed Tuesday night during the Pettis County municipal election, garnering almost 70% of the votes. Pettis County Sheriff Brad Anders’ department will soon have new, increased … more
After a tight race, President Diana Nichols and Secretary Barbara Schrader were re-elected to the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education during Tuesday’s municipal … more
The Pettis County Ambulance District Board of Directors will have a new member after newcomer Kim Graves defeated incumbent John Fritz for the Sub-district 4 seat in the April 5 municipal … more
The election for Ward 1 Sedalia City Council favored incumbent Tina Boggess over Chris Marshall by 61% Boggess to 38% Marshall. “It was exciting, it really was,” Boggess said. “I … more
Below are the results of contested races and ballot questions in the April 5 municipal election in Pettis County, according to unofficial results from the Pettis County Clerk’s Office. An … more
With several highly contested races on the ballot, Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada is hoping for a high turnout in Tuesday’s municipal election. So far, absentee voting has been steady, … more
Pettis County Ambulance District Board of Directors candidates answered questions Friday during the Pettis County Pachyderm Club meeting at Best Western State Fair Inn. Incumbent John Fritz, PCAD … more
Jack Robinson is running unopposed for Jeff Leeman’s seat as First Ward City Councilman in the April 5 municipal election. Leeman did not file for re-election. The Democrat interviewed … more
WINDSOR — Residents in the Windsor Ambulance District will be asked to consider a change in how it collects tax revenue in the April 5 municipal election. Currently, the WAD relies solely on … more
Candidate filing ended Tuesday for the Aug. 2 primary election in Missouri. County candidates could file at the Pettis County Clerk’s Office while state and federal candidates filed with the … more
Tina Boggess, who is completing her first term, is running for reelection to the Sedalia City Council Ward 2 and Chris Marshall is seeking to take her position in the April 5 municipal … more
On Friday afternoon, the State Fair Community College Board of Trustees candidates attended a forum hosted by the Pettis County Pachyderm Club at Best Western State Fair Inn.  The candidates … more
WINDSOR — The City of Windsor is asking voters to consider a .5% sales tax to repair sidewalks and roads.  Mayor Rick Rollins is hopeful voters will support the imposition of the tax in … more
Two candidates are seeking the Sub-district 4 seat on the Pettis County Ambulance District Board of Directors in the April 5 municipal election. Candidates are John Fritz and Kim … more
Three candidates are vying for the Pettis County R-XII (Dresden) Board of Education in the April 5 municipal election.  Keri Dickman and Addison Eckles are running for re-election in the 2022 … more
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