Holocaust survivor, Eva Mozes Kor, will bring her message of forgiveness in the face of cruelty and evil to the University of Central Missouri in a free, public presentation at noon Friday, October 28, in Elliott Union 236.
The Sedalia #200 School Board met Monday evening in the Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center, at Smith-Cotton High School. The meeting began with a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new additions to the high school, with a tour that followed.
The Sedalia Downtown Development, Inc. is holding a Dedication Ceremony will in Downtown Sedalia on Friday, October 7th. The Leadership Sedalia Mural will be dedicated at 10:00am in the parking lot of Hotel Bothwell. Many guests will be in attendance at the event, including the mural artist, Linda Hoo…
According to a media release, Governor Jay Nixon granted pardons to seven men and two women, each of whom has completed his or her sentence and become a law-abiding citizen. One of those pardons is for a man in Pettis County.
The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art on the State Fair Community College Sedalia campus will sponsor the 12th annual “Daum Escape” arts education program for area elementary and secondary students October 17th through December 16th at the museum.