CHS to Close Bloomin' Gardens Greenhouse
The Center for Human Services (CHS) has announced to close the Bloomin' Gardens Greenhouse.
MoDOT Announces 'Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over' for Labor Day
MoDOT says in a press release that this year’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over high-visibility crackdown will run from August 17 through the Labor Day holiday on September 3.
MoDOT to Close Route EE in Northeast Pettis Co. for Bridge Work
Beginning next week, MoDOT will close Route EE in northeastern Pettis County for bridge improvements at Muddy Creek.
Sedalia Area Farmer's Market to Relocate During Fair
The Sedalia Area Farmer's Market will temporarily relocate for operations during the 2018 Missouri State Fair.
SFCC Seeking Employers for September Job Fair
State Fair Community College’s The LearningForce and the Missouri Job Center are seeking area employers to participate in a job fair on September 11.
Sedalia Sailor Selected as Blue Angels Officer
The Blue Angels select “finalists” to interview at the team's home base of Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, Florida, during the week of the Pensacola Beach Air Show each year. The team makes selections at the conclusion of that week, with the newly selected 2019 officers includi…
2 California, MO Men Arrested for Burglary, Drugs
Two men from California, MO were recently arrested on burglary and drug charges after an investigation by the Moniteau County Sheriff's Office.
One Man Arrested after Child Sex Crime Investigation
A 34-year old man from New Franklin, MO was recently arrested after an investigation into a sexual assault that involved a juvenile in the jurisdictions of Moniteau and Cole Counties.
Sedalia Man Arrested for Alleged Kidnapping, Child Abuse
A 48-year old Sedalia man was recently arrested in reference to several allegations of child abuse in the 300 block of E. 14th Street.
Warrensburg Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Producing Child Porn
The US Attorney's Office for the Western District of Missouri says in a press release that 25-year old Thomas Johnson was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison without parole. The court also sentenced Johnson to serve the rest of his life on supervised release following incarceration.
Next Phase of Warrensburg Revitalization Project Begins Aug. 2
The City of Warrensburg will begin construction on the Downtown Revitalization Project Phase IV this week.
'Farm to Fork Dinner' to Benefit Sedalia Area Farmers Market
The Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market will host an open-air Farm to Fork Dinner featuring local food from area farmers on Saturday, September 15th.
UCM President's Lawn Concert on July 30
The UCM President’s Lawn Concert will take place Monday, July 30 in Warrensburg.
Trial Pushed Back for Teen Charged with Sedalia Murder
The trial for a Marshall teenager charged with a Sedalia murder has been pushed back to January 2019.
Two Arrested after Motorcycle Pursuit in Warrensburg
Early Tuesday morning, Johnson County Sheriff's arrested two people after a motorcycle pursuit through Warrensburg.
Public Hearing in Sedalia to Discuss Electric Rate Increase
The Missouri Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing at Convention Hall in Sedalia on July 31 for electric rate increase cases filed by KCP&L Greater Missouri Operations Company (GMO) and Kansas City Power & Light Company.
Sedalia 200 Approves Hiring Armed Security Positions
The Sedalia 200 Board of Education gave approved several decisions Monday night during the meeting at Smith-Cotton High School, including the hiring of armed security personnel.
Garden City Man Arrested for Assault and Weapons Offences
Johnson County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 36-year old man over the weekend in regards to a domestic disturbance.
Two Sedalia Men Arrested for Counterfeit Bills and Forgery
Two Sedalia men were recently arrested in connection to counterfeit bills and forgery.
Gov. Parson Orders Flags at Half-Staff to Honor Boating Victims
Missouri Governor Mike Parson has issued an order that all flags at state and government offices be flown at half-staff until July 27, 2018.