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What Should Go In The Old Bing’s East Building?

Not too long ago, one of the oldest grocery stores in town shut down both locations. Now one building houses a new Woods Supermarket... while the other waits. 

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Remembering The Sedalia Tornado Of 1977

Throughout the years, I've heard tales about the Big Tornado of 1977.

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Randy Kirby
Randy Kirby

Museums and Archives Workshop to be Held at Daum

Volunteers and area businesses are invited to a workshop in Sedalia, sponsored by the Missouri Association for Museums and Archives.

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Randy Kirby
Randy Kirby

Katy Depot to Host Civil War Historian for ‘First Friday’ Event of 2017

On Friday, April 7th, the Katy Depot will host historian and researcher, Tom Rafiner, as the first installment of the 'First Fridays' program, for 2017.

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UCM - KMOS TV
UCM - KMOS TV

KMOS-TV to Feature Series Focusing on Six Missouri Cities

The University of Central Missouri, in Warrensburg, public television station, KMOS-TV, has partnered with Missouri Life magazine to produce a six-part television series featuring areas around Missouri, that will soon air on all public television stations across the state.

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Sacred Heart
Randy Kirby

Key Club Charter Ceremony at Sacred Heart School on Wednesday

The Sedalia Kiwanis Club has announced the creation of a Key Club at Sacred Heart School and a chartering ceremony will be held Wednesday evening at 6:30 (March 22).

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Sedalia School District Nominated for Defense Department Award

Sedalia School District 200 has been nominated for the Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award.

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Randy Kirby
Randy Kirby

‘First Friday’ Historical Presentations Return to the Katy Depot in April

'First Fridays' will kick-off again next month at the Katy Depot.

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Candelight Vigil Held At Vietnam Veterans Memorial Ahead Of Rolling Thunder Weekend
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KMOS-TV to air 10-Part Vietnam War Documentary this Fall

Adding to the University of Central Missouri’s plans to host The Wall that Heals this summer, the university’s public television station, KMOS-TV, joins efforts to educate local citizens about the Vietnam War through a heralded 10-part Ken Burns and Lynn Novick documentary series this fall preceded by grant-funded community engagement/preview events.

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Sedalia, Missouri
Kurt Parsons

The Sedalia Bucket List: 11 Things All Sedalians Need To Do At Least Once

I was born and raised here in Sedalia, Missouri. Sure, I went away for college, but I came right back home to help out my folks. And I consider myself a true Sedalian - but are you?

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