Smithton Man Injured After Car Strikes Deer
Kelly G. Carver was the driver of a Mercury on Route W when the vehicle struck a deer in the roadway, ran off the right side of the roadway and struck a tree.
S-C’s Read Signs to Join SFCC Dance Team
Smith-Cotton High senior Danielle Read has accepted a scholarship to perform as a dancer with the SFCC Roadettes Spirit Squad.
Russell Stover Dips Thousands of Chocolate-Covered Strawberries on Valentine’s Day
Russell Stover is a hub of activity right now with Valentine's Day landing right in the middle of the week this year.
Funeral Announcements for Feb. 14, 2018
Funeral services for 95-year-old Edna Louise Burlingame will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, February 14, at Heckart Funeral Home.
Sedalia Police Reports for the Afternoon of Feb. 13, 2018
Ford was allegedly “slap scanning” items in the self-check lane, and didn't pay for certain items in her cart, amounting to $90.45 in stolen groceries.
Woman Allegedly Hands Jailer Bag of Meth From Her Bra
Fields had an additional charge when she handed the jailer a baggie from inside her bra containing a white, crystalline substance that appeared to be meth.
Liberty Center to Host Comedy Night on Saturday
The Hayden Liberty Center, 111 W. 5th, will host Comedy Night this Saturday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m.
SFCC Softball Opening Game Moved Up To Wednesday
The SFCC softball team has moved up their home opener doubleheader to Wednesday, Feb. 14 against Iowa Western at Centennial Park.
Sedalia Council Approves Purchase of Portable Trash Pump
Council approved the purchase of a six-inch portable trash pump for the Water Pollution Control Department at a cost of $35,850.
Impatient, Angry Driver Slaps Sedalia Motorist
The suspect eventually slapped her in the face, knocking her glasses off.