North Central Sedalia Water Line Extension Project to Begin Soon
The City of Sedalia will begin the third in a series of water line replacement and extension projects on Monday, April 22 in the north central part of town.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church to Present Living Last Supper
St. Paul's Lutheran Church will present the 14th annual Living Last Supper and Living Crucifixion in Sedalia on April 16 and 17.
SPCUW Providing Survey to Identify Issue-Based Needs
The United Way of Pettis County Board has developed a survey which is seeking feedback from area residents to help identify issue and focused-based needs.
Cole Camp Member Named Missouri 'State Youth of the Year' Winner
BGCWCM says 17-year old Jazzmine Jones will now go on to compete at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America Midwest Regional Youth of the Year competition, to be held in July.
SHS Math-A-Thon Raises Over $9K for St. Jude Cancer Patients
Sacred Heart elementary students continued the tradition of helping to save lives through the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Math-A-Thon, by raising over $9,000.
MSHP Reminds Motorists to Share the Road with Farm Machinery
With spring in the air and temperatures warming up, farmers throughout Missouri will be busy planting crops & moving livestock, and the Missouri State Highway Patrol is reminding all motorists to share the roadways and watch for farm-machinery traffic.
Sedalia Police Department to Host 'Drug Take Back Day'
The Sedalia Police Department is partnering with the DEA later this month to host a National Drug Take Back Day.
2 Clinton Men Arrested for Property Damage and Stealing
Clinton Police recently arrested two men after an investigation into stealing and property damage at Wilder RV.
Track Repairs to Close Liberty Land Flyer for Spring and Summer
The Liberty Land Flyer train at Liberty Park will be closed this spring and summer to replace & repair the tracks.
Katy Trail State Park Offers Tram Tours for Seniors
Missouri State Parks is offering senior citizens the chance to see Katy Trail State Park from the comfort of a tram coach during Tuesdays on the Trail tours.
Announcement from Sedalia 200 Regarding Safety Matters
Sedalia 200 has announced two recent safety matters.
Search Continues for Escapee after Stolen Truck Recovered
The Pettis County Sheriff's Department says overnight Sunday, deputies were notified of a suspicious pick-up truck on property west of Clifton City in northeastern Pettis County. The truck had been reported stolen from Heavener, Oklahoma on Friday, which was the last reported sighting of Pettis…
Traffic Safety Program for Parents Scheduled at S-C High School
A free traffic safety program that can help educate parents about Missouri’s Graduated Driver License law is scheduled for March 20 at Smith-Cotton High School.
Warrensburg Main Street to Close for Approx. 2 Weeks for Repairs
The closure is due to a sinkhole developing in the roadway immediately over the bridge/culvert structure on S. Main Street, between Clark St. and Southwest Drive.
Pettis County Escapee Steals Cop Car in OK, Manhunt Continues
A manhunt is underway in Oklahoma for a suspect who escaped from the Pettis County Jail earlier this week.
Moniteau County Vehicle Pursuit Results in 3 Arrests
On Sunday, Moniteau County authorities arrested three people for drugs and stolen property after a vehicle pursuit.