Warrensburg Council Ponders Change in Medical Marijuana Use Ordinance
The Warrensburg City Council discussed amending the city's ordinance pertaining to medical marijuana use on Monday night.
Hartzler, Blunt Announce Sedalia Rail Industrial Park Grant
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler and Sen. Roy Blunt announced a $10.09 million grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Transportation to the City of Sedalia to extend its existing railroad tracks to the new Sedalia Rail Industrial Park.
100-year-old Pearl Harbor Survivor Honored by Governor Parson
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson honored a 100-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor on Thursday afternoon.
Sedalia Council Okays Pub Crawl Event For 2019
Two members of the Sedalia Lions Club approached the Sedalia City Council Monday night with plans to produce a 2019 version of their Pub Crawl
Four Promoted to Full-time Sedalia Firefighters at Council Meeting
Four Sedalia firefighters were recognized during a brief pinning ceremony that occurred near the start of Monday night's City Council meeting.
Roaring River State Park Hosts Bald Eagle Viewing December 15
Join Roaring River State Park to watch for bald eagles along Roaring River at 3 p.m. Sat., Dec. 15.
Sunny Skies Support 2018 Sedalia Chamber’s Christmas Parade
Nearly 140 units took part in the parade, which is always held on the first Saturday of December at 10 a.m.
Three Sedalia Teens Injured in Rollover Accident
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a rollover accident that occurred in Pettis County Monday morning.
Boys & Girls Club to Host National Fine Arts Exhibit
The public is invited to a free art show featuring Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri members.
Sedalia Woman Killed in Head-On Collision
A traffic accident that occurred in Pettis County Friday afternoon has claimed the life of a Sedalia woman.