Sedalia Area Farmers' Market to Host Food Safety Training Meeting
The meeting will take place at the Thompson Conference Center on the State Fair Community College campus at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 26.
Sedalia Water Dept. Begins Public Safety and Service Improvements
The Sedalia Water Department recently began working on a multi-phase project to help improve public safety and residential service in the city.
Smithton Man Arrested for Burglary
A 21-year old man from Smithton, MO was recently arrested in Moniteau County following an investigation into a burglary.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church to Present Living Last Supper
St. Paul's Lutheran Church will present the 13th Annual Living Last Supper and Living Crucifixion in Sedalia on March 27 and 28.
Start of Daylight Saving Time 2018
Daylight Saving Time officially begins at 2:00 Sunday morning, March 11.
Lucky Leprechaun Gold Coin Found!
The Lucky Leprechaun Gold Coin was found and claimed Friday by the Goodwin family!
Child Safe to Present Beer and Wine Festival
Child Safe of Central, MO will present a Beer and Wine Festival on May 12.
California, MO Man Arrested for Meth, Weapons Offences
On Wednesday (Mar 7), Moniteau County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 27-year old man from California, MO on several drug and weapons offences.
Cole Camp Man Arrested on Weapons, Drug Charges
On February 24, Benton County deputies, along with DTF and Cole Camp Police arrested a 30-year old man on several drug and weapons charges.
Storm Spotter Training to be Offered in Pettis County
The Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency will sponsor storm spotter training on Monday, March 19.
Bothwell Accepting Applications for Nursing Internships
Bothwell Regional Health Center is currently accepting applications for 5 internships for nursing students enrolled in a registered nurse program.
UPDATE: Suspect Identified in Death of Clinton Police Officer
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has released an update on the investigation into the death of a Clinton Police officer that occurred Tuesday night.
Katy Trail Ride Registration Now Open for Riders and Volunteers
Registration is now available for bicyclists who would like to participate in the 2018 Katy Trail Ride, a ride on the nation's longest developed rail trail, with a stop planned in Sedalia.
UPDATE: Johnson County Shooting Suspect Identified
The suspect who allegedly fired shots at Johnson County deputies over the weekend, has been identified.
One Man Dead in Johnson County Shootout
On Saturday afternoon (Mar 3), Johnson County deputies were involved in a shooting that resulted in the suspect being killed and two deputies injured.
One Injured in Sedalia Shooting
On Friday evening (Mar 2), Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 700 block of E. 5th Street for a report of a victim with a gunshot wound.
Washington Elementary 'Wellness Words' Students for Feb. 2018
Washington Elementary School's February Wellness Words were “Unbelievable Empathy.”
Free Developmental Screenings Offered March 7-8
The Parents As Teachers program will offer free developmental screenings for children March 7 and 8 at the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative.
Healthy U Launches 'Couch to 5K' on Thursday
Healthy U’s Community C25K (Couch to 5K) program kicks-off at the beginning of March.
3 Suspects Arrested for Drugs after Sedalia Police Serve Warrant
Early Friday morning, Sedalia Police conducted a no-knock drug related search warrant and arrested three suspects.