Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County (EDSPC) presented two prestigious awards Thursday night at the Sedalia Country Club to recognize individuals or organizations that have been "strong drivers or pillars drivers for economic development projects, or general economic growth here in our community,"
Members of the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education were presented with certificates at the start of Monday night's regular board meeting by Superintendent Brad Pollitt, who read a proclamation from former Gov. Jay Nixon.
The Enhanced Enterprise Zone (EEZ) Board elected Ann Graff as their new president during the combined board's annual meeting on Tuesday afternoon at the (Economic Development Sedalia Pettis County) EDSPC offices, 3615 W. Broadway.
The Sedalia School Board met at the Sedalia Middle School for its regular scheduled meeting. One of the items on the agenda was the hiring of a project manager for the ongoing expansion project for the high school, which went to Septagon...
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The Sedalia 200 school Board met in the Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School for a special public session on Wednesday evening (Aug. 7). The agenda for the meeting was the declaration of surplus property. The property is identified as all the lots that are part of the Jennie Jaynes Stadium Complex
The vote was unanimous by the board, and according to statements made by Sedalia School’s Superin
Brad Pollitt, Assistant Superintendent of the Sedalia School District, addressed the recent rumors of kids possibly committing violent acts at Smith-Cotton High School in an interview this morning. After a joint investigation with school officials, the student resource officer and the Pettis County Juvenile Office, no credible threats of violence were found. The rumored acts were said to be surr