Free Job and College Transfer Fair at SFCC Sept. 18
State Fair Community College’s Career Services is partnering with the Missouri Job Center to host a free Job and College Transfer Fair on Wednesday, September 18 in Sedalia.
Border War Between Kansas, Missouri Isn’t Quite Over Yet
There may be a cease-fire, but the economic “border war” involving the use of incentives to lure jobs across the state line in the Kansas City area isn’t exactly over.
Adult High School to Open in Columbia Tribune Building
An adult high school is scheduled to open next month in a building being vacated by the Columbia Daily Tribune.
Classic Country Jamboree Benefit for SFCC Scholarships & Soccer
The Genuine Country Music Association (GCMA) will host its 7th annual Classic Country Jamboree benefit on October 20 in the Exhibition Center at Lodge of Four Seasons, at Lake Ozark, to help raise scholarship funds for students attending State Fair Community College-Lake of the Ozarks and for Lake o…
3 Arrested in Carjacking of Vehicle with Child Inside
Authorities have arrested three people in the carjacking of a vehicle with a 5-year-old child inside.
Sedalia Police Crime Reports for September 16, 2019
Sedalia Police responded to the 2200 block of S. Washington around 10:45 p.m. where a man was hit by a motor vehicle while riding his moped.
Missouri Bill Would Preserve Tax Break for Car Trade-Ins
Missouri lawmakers on Friday acted to preserve a tax break for trading-in multiple vehicles, although revenue officials say they never stopped offering it.
'Tranquil Bloom' exhibit opens Sept. 21 at Daum Museum
Massachusetts-based artist Rebecca Hutchinson will create a site-specific installation in the Scott Gallery at Daum Museum of Contemporary Art on the campus of State Fair Community College.
Man Convicted of Killing Mother’s Fiance in Kansas City Area
A Missouri man has been convicted of killing his mother’s fiance after blaming him for burglarizing his home.
Missouri Investigation: 12 Ex-Clergy Could Face Prosecution
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Friday referred 12 former priests for potential criminal prosecution but stopped short of recommending charges against any top church leaders, despite concluding the Roman Catholic Church was involved in “long, sustained and far-reaching cover-up.…
Civil War Cannonball Found in Kansas City Area Tree
A worker has found what’s believed to be a Civil War cannonball lodged in a Kansas City area tree that he was hired to take down.
Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Stout Achieves Board Certification
Dr. Stout, a physician at Bothwell Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, has achieved board certification from the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Missouri Gun Violence Proposal in the Works Amid Bloodshed
The speaker of the Missouri House said he hopes to have a proposal aimed at combatting gun violence ready to debate next year, but critics say action needs to be taken sooner as the death toll mounts in the state’s largest cities.
Turkey Vulture Causes Power Outage at University of Missouri
A wayward turkey vulture caused a power outage for about an hour on the University of Missouri campus.