Sedalia Police Crime Reports for September 11, 2018
Sedalia Police responded to 1812 South Barrett on Sept. 5 on a call of two males engaged in mutual combat on the front lawn.
Power Outage Affects 2,750 Customers
A power outage in the western Sedalia area has affected 2,750 customers, according to a KCP&L spokeswoman.
Sacred Heart Soccer Drops Match to Helias, 0-7
The Sacred Heart soccer Gremlins are now 3-5 after suffering a 0-7 loss to Helias Catholic (3-4) Monday
Funeral Announcements for Sept. 11, 2018
Memorial services for Jeremiah Scott Mullins, 37, of Sedalia, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15. at Rea Funeral Chapel,
Gremlin Volleyball Loses to Hickman Kewpies in Two
Sacred Heart volleyball went 0-2 in their match against the Hickman Kewpies Monday night at home.
Sacred Heart Junior High Football Falls to Chilhowee
Chilhowee Junior High football beat Sacred Heart, 46-32, Monday night.
Warrensburg Police to Upgrade Two Vehicles
The Warrensburg City Council approved the purchase of two 2016 Dodge Chargers on Monday night for the Warrensburg Police Department.
Funeral Announcements for Sept. 10, 2018
A Celebration of Life for Jimmie Joe Erfurth, 64, of Sedalia, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday, September 10, at Heckart Funeral Home
Smith-Cotton Freshmen Perform Lab Tests to Solve Mystery
Students in Smith-Cotton High School teacher Kevin Sparks' freshmen biology class worked Thursday to solve a "murder and a meal" mystery.
Edgar, Washington Crowned Smith-Cotton Activities Royalty
S-C senior Jonzel Washington was named activities king and senior Grace Edgar was crowned activities queen.