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Healthy Living Action Group Hosting Healthy Cooking Demo
As part of its Moving 101 community health and wellness initiative, the Sedalia Healthy Living Action Group will host a healthy cooking demonstration on Thursday, Nov. 16.
Smith-Cotton Tigers and Sacred Heart Gremlins Dash for Football and Soccer State Titles
For some it's football season and for others, it's...well...the other football season, American style. Confused? You shouldn't be...they're both a kick!
Sedalia Area Farmer’s Market Extending Season
If you were sad that the summer version of the Sedalia Area Farmer's Market was going away there's good news!
27 Yorkies Rescued from Suspected Former Breeder
On Tuesday, October 17, the Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Task Force (ACT) rescued 27 Yorkshire Terrier dogs from a suspected former breeder on a property in Bates County in western Missouri. Eighteen (18) of the dogs were living outside with only barns and a horse trailer for shelter; n…
Haunted Hayride Coming to the Missouri State Fairgrounds
Gather the children and get ready for a spooky night filled with fun and adventure. It's the Haunted Hayride, presented by the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club, on Saturday night, October 28.
Area Football Teams Gear Up for District Games
For the most part, all high school football teams across the state of Missouri will start district play starting Friday, October 20th.
Do You Notice Something Odd About This Chiefs Schedule?
Take a close look at the dates in the middle of October. Notice something missing?
Help Young Brock Deal with Cancer with a Simple Gesture
Sometimes we find stories of kids somewhere in the United States, or for that matter, around the world, that's dealing with some type of illness or malady. In this case it's a young man named Brock Chadwick, and you can help brighten up his day.
Missouri Fall Festivals That are Worth a Day Trip
On Friday afternoon, September 22 at 3:02, Autumn became a reality. For many, this time of year is their favorite.
Special Olympics Missouri in Need of Volunteers
Special Olympics Missouri State Outdoor Games are set to bring more than 950 athletes and 200 coaches from around the state to Jefferson City from October 13-15, and they're in need of nearly 400 volunteers for the event.