Warsaw Woman Dies in Fire After Re-entering Home
Authorities say a Benton County woman died in a house fire after re-entering the residence.
WIC to Remain Open During Federal Government Shutdown
The Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, known as WIC, will remain in operation in Missouri in the event of a government shutdown
Scott Fitzpatrick Named State Treasurer of Missouri
Governor Mike Parson announced Scott Fitzpatrick as the next State Treasurer of Missouri on Wednesday.
Sacred Heart Kids Take Magical Ride on ‘Polar Express’
The railcar at Kehde's Barbeque transformed into the Polar Express, taking preschool students on a magical journey to the 'North Pole'
Adolfo Suarez Receives Economic Development Outstanding Apprentice Award
Adolfo Suarez, a student in SFCC’s Industrial Electrical Maintenance Apprenticeship program, has been awarded the Outstanding Apprentice of 2018
Sedalia Parks & Rec Presents Plans for Upgrades to Council
The Sedalia City Council received an update from Sedalia Parks and Rec Director Amy Epple concerning future plans for the City's park facilities Monday night.
Gas Drive-offs Addressed by Sedalia Council
The Sedalia City Council passed an ordinance Monday night which requires pay-at-the-pump or pre-pay at local fuel retailers.
SFCC’s Brandon Hammond Elected to MO-KAN-NE Board
Brandon Hammond has been sworn in as a Member-at-Large on the Board of Directors for the regional chapter of MO-KAN-NE
Stop Signs at 18th and Warren to Remain in Place
The Sedalia City Council rejected an ordinance Monday night to remove stop signs at 18th and Warren.
Parkview Elementary Christmas Concert a ‘Crazy Night’
Parkview Elementary School fourth graders performed their Christmas concert, "'Twas One Crazy Night Before Christmas," on Thursday, Dec. 6.