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Telephone Scam Reported in Pettis County

The Sedalia Police Department is investigating a phone scam that is aimed at older people in the area.

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Flood Watch Issued for Pettis County Until Tuesday Morning

The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill has issued a flood watch for portions of east central Kansas and Missouri, including Pettis County, through Tuesday morning.

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Bring the Black Bear Back to the Pettis County Courthouse [OPINION]

On Monday, July 22, the Sedalia City Council held a work session, and as a newsman for Townsquare Media here in Sedalia, I was there in that capacity. One of the topics of conversation that received the most response from everyone prior to the work session was the items of history that were displayed for many years in the Pettis County Courthouse, and of course, the Black Bear that was enclosed in a glass case and sat facing the Ohio Street entrance to greet people as they entered.

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Major Case Squad Investigating Pettis County Fire as Homicide, Victims’ Identities Released

Two people found inside a burning home in far western Pettis County on Monday have been positively identified, and investigators are treating their deaths as homicides.

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Mothers Against Methamphetamine Provides Support in Pettis County [INTERVIEW]

Today I had the chance to speak over the phone with Claudia, the Executive Director of Mothers Against Methamphetamine.  She had a lot to say about family and the community when it comes to this dangerous drug, and we talked about all the good this group can do in our area.

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National Weather Service Confirms Tornado in Knob Noster

The National Weather Service and Warrensburg/Johnson County Emergency Management and Sedalia/Pettis County Emergency Management Agency tracked a tornado that landed yesterday (May 20).

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Pettis County Emergency Sirens at Noon are Just a Test

According to Pettis County EMA Director David Clippert, the EMA will have a check of the emergency sirens today at noon.  It's hard to believe we are coming off a major snow storm, and now we turn our attention to severe thunderstorms, but hey, that's Missouri weather. It won't be long before we are watching the radar for severe thunderstorms.

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Pettis County and Johnson County Municipal Election Results Are In

Pettis County voters went to the polls and had higher than expected turnout. Pettis County Clerk Nick LaStrada said he was expecting 6-8% turnout, and 10.34% went to the polls.

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Winter Storm Watch Issued for West Central Missouri

Could the last gasp of winter be coming this week? The National Weather Service is predicting snow to impact this area on Wednesday night (Feb. 20) and Thursday (Feb. 21). A Winter Storm Watch has been issued, and they are projecting that a bulk of the snow should be north of Highway 36, while I-70 and Highway 50 areas could get a lot of ice, sleet and snow.

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Lyne Plastics Prepares to Open in Sedalia

The Sedalia/Pettis County Economic Development held a ribbon cutting ceremony today (Feb. 15)  at 1500 Sedalia Road, where Lyne Plastics will open its doors.

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