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Now, is it Finally Okay to Put Up the Christmas Tree?
You've seen the posts since Halloween. When is it officially okay to put up your Christmas tree? Is it finally safe to put it up without receiving ridicule from others?
Former Bars in Sedalia – How Many Do You Remember?
When the time comes when you're bellying up to the bar, and you're exchanging tall tales, how often do you go back in time and try to remember your favorite watering holes?
What Former Businesses Do You Remember on Broadway in Sedalia? (Part One)
Many businesses have come and gone through the years in Sedalia. Here's a few that you may or may not remember that were on Broadway.
What Former Businesses Do You Remember on Broadway in Sedalia? (Part 2)
Back in April we wrote about what businesses you remembered being on Broadway Blvd east of 65 Highway. Now it's time to head west and walk back down memory lane. What past business do you remember west of South Limit?
SHS Advances to First Lego League Championship Meet
Sacred Heart’s “Bionic Builders” attended the First Lego League Hydrodynamics competition in Nixa, Mo., on September 18, taking first place in the presentation category of the competition, and earning a berth to the First Lego League Championship in Camden…
Sedalia PetSmart Toy Drive to Benefit BRHC
The Sedalia PetSmart recently donated hundreds of plush puppies and kittens to Bothwell Regional Health Center (BRHC).
Area HS Basketball Teams Ready to Kick 2017-18 Season
It's that time of the year. The end of Fall sports at area schools and the beginning of the Winter sports schedules around the area.
KCP&L Reminds Customers of Potential Scams
Scammers seem to come out of the word work this time of year and KCP&L has a list of safety reminders for customers to help prevent these events.
Fall Musical “Little Shop of Horrors” at Smith-Cotton High School
Smith-Cotton High School's fall musical, "Little Shop of Horrors", is November 17-19 in the Heckart Performing Arts Center.
Over 94,000 Deer Over Opening Weekend Firearms Season In MO
The numbers were slightly down from last year but this years opening weekend preliminary data from the Missouri Department Conservation shows 94,977 deer harvested during the opening weekend of the November portion of the fall firearms deer season Nov. 11 and 12.