Overnight Saturday evening wasn't nice to different areas in Sedalia. The combination of high winds and heavy rain along with lightning across the area was a combination that took a toll on trees and roadways.
The Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division has a large number of historic photographs in its collection. Some of them are from Sedalia and Pettis County. Unfortunately, dates are not available for many of these images. Even so, it is interesting to look at the collection.
Here's a sign I came across a while back at the baseball field behind the elementary school in New London, Missouri. Don't we all know at least one person that could stand to take a close look at this?
Sedalia School District 200 was the top choice of judges in the Photo/Photo Series category in the 2016 Missouri School Public Relations Association Communications Awards, which were handed out last Friday, at the MOSPRA Fall Conference in Kansas City...
Former missing child and recently-recovered five-year-old Beck Hotsenpillar, sporting a blue Star Wars T-shirt and a bright red Sedalia Fire Department honorary helmet, presided as grand marshal for a parade held on his behalf in downtown Sedalia Saturday morning...
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