The Sedalia Police Department will be specifically focusing on preventing and deterring impaired driving in Sedalia this April. The enforcement could range from saturation patrols to sobriety checkpoints.
Ever since Blockbuster Video closed its doors, there have been several rumors as to what would go into that location. During your morning commute or lunch hour today (April 1), you may have seen a sign on the Pace Properties Sale sign that read, "Buffalo Wild Wings: Fall 2014."
The UCM Mules weren't the only local team to win a championship this weekend. Smith-Cotton High School's Team SCREAM won the FIRST Oklahoma Regional robotics championship and are headed to the FIRST Robotics World Championship in St. Louis.
Sedalia has a rich, storied history that most of us in town are aware of, but don't think a lot about. In fact, every day we probably go right by some of the landmarks and important sites in town that meant a lot to our forefathers. Shutter Glimpses, a photographic art exhibit by Mo…
The League of Women’s Voters in Pettis County held a candidate forum Tuesday night (March 25) in the council chambers of City Hall. The only candidates involved in the forum were those in contested races.
On Monday, March 24, the Sedalia School District Board of Education approved the hiring of Joseph Doyle as assistant principal for Smith-Cotton High School for the 2014-15 school year. Doyle will replace Ted Suhr, who is moving back into the classroom as an art teacher at Smith-Cotton Junior High.