Daum Museum to Sponsor Free ‘Daum Escape’ for Elementary Students, Teachers
Once again, Daum Museum of Contemporary Art will sponsor the 14th Daum Escape Oct. 15 through Dec. 14, which is an arts education program held on the State Fair Community College Sedalia campus.
Windsor Man Dies in Petttis County Crash
A Windsor man died early this morning after he was involved in a two-vehicle crash in Pettis County.
Pettis County Fire Elects Rowland as New President of Board
The Pettis County Fire Protection District elected Keith Rowland president of the organization Wednesday evening,
Ream Releases Statement on Pettis County Fire Protection District Situation
Harold Ream, Pettis County Fire Protection District President, released a statement Wednesday regarding the Tuesday walk-out of most of the PC firefighters:
Marijuana Proponent Mizanskey Registers to Vote
Mizanskey paid a visit to the Pettis County Clerk's office Wednesday morning and registered to vote.
Retirees Casto, Davis Honored by City of Sedalia
Sgt. Kelley Casto is one of two Sedalia Police Department officers who are leaving the force after several years of service to the City of Sedalia.
Sedalia Man Arrested After Crashing Into House
According to a report, McIntyre was the driver of a pickup that was westbound when he drove through a yard and struck the house.
Governor’s Ham Breakfast Sets Records to Benefit Missouri Youth
Bids were called and money was raised for youth Thursday at the 66th Governor’s Ham Breakfast held in the Director’s Tent
City Decides on Cochran Engineering to Design Downtown Plaza
The Sedalia City Council approved an agreement with Cochran Engineering Services Monday night for design work on a proposed plaza at 2nd and Ohio.
Marshall Woman Arrested in Two-vehicle Wreck on I-70
The MSHP arrested 55-year-old Carole D. Waldron of Marshall in Lafayette County Friday after investigating a two-car crash that occurred on eastbound I-70