Beekeeping Program For Veteran Families Creates Buzz
MU’s Heroes to Hives program is the first state chapter modeled after a program offered through Michigan State University and its partners.
State Fire Marshal Urges Caution For Those Who Use Consumer Fireworks For July 4th Celebra…
July 4th is not only the busiest day of the year for fireworks, it’s the busiest day of the year for fires.
Caston Named Head Cheerleading Coach at S-C
LeAnne Caston will become head coach of the Smith-Cotton High School cheerleading program
Erratic Driver Arrested by Sedalia Police
Officers responded to Wilkerson and South Harrison Avenue for a report of a traffic complaint Saturday morning.
Boys & Girls Club Raises $17,000 at Golf Tournament
The tournament raised $17,000 for Boys & Girls Clubs programs and operations.
Nightly Lane, Ramp Closures Continue For Portions of US 50 for Pavement Work
MoDOT Kansas City will be making pavement improvements along eastbound and westbound U.S. 50 between approximately Todd George Rd. to just north of Bannister/NW Colbern Rd. until approximately July 2021.
Sedalia 200 Students Experience History In Nation’s Capital
A handful of Sedalia 200 students got to see their history books come to life during a trip to Washington, D.C.
Disturbance Call at Motel Leads to Arrest
Sedalia Police were dispatched to Motel 6, 3402 West Broadway Boulevard in reference to a disturbance.
Intoxicated Sedalia Man Arrested After Several Calls To Police
Saturday afternoon, Officers were dispatched to the area of the 800 block of Crescent Drive for a male banging on doors and yelling.
SFCC Roadrunners Add Three To Men’s Basketball For 2021
SFCC Roadrunners Basketball Head Coach Matt Brown has announced the first three additions to his 2021-2022 team