15-year-old Micro Sprint Racer From Sedalia to Compete at Tulsa
A 15-year-old Smith-Cotton freshman is gearing up for the 2017 Tulsa Shootout, scheduled for Dec. 26-31.
Sedalia’s Giant Red Stocking Reportedly Largest in World
A giant red stocking that was designed to break a world's record did just that on Tuesday evening.
Sedalia’s Lighting Contest Winners Announced for 2017
First place goes to Dan Harris at 118 E. 20th. Second place goes to Jim and Linda Cruzan, 1200 S. Marvin, and third place goes to Katie Reed, 3309 S. Stewart.
Lions Club Plans March 17 Pub Crawl
The Sedalia Lions Club presented their plans for an upcoming pub crawl to City Council Monday night as one of six presentations during a work session.
Community Survey Brings Good News to Warrensburg Leaders
A total of 80 percent of survey responders recently rated Warrensburg as an excellent or good place to live and raise children,
Westlake Ace Hardware Adds Hallmark Gold Crown Department
"We also offer special orders. And if customers see something we don't have, and they know it's available on Hallmark.com, we're more than happy to order it and have it shipped right here to our store."
Missouri State Fair Receives International Recognition
The Missouri State Fair was recently recognized as one of the best in the world by the International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE).
Vehicle Pursuit in Pettis County Results in Multiple Charges
On Thursday, Pettis County Sheriff's deputies arrested Dylan M. Zane for resisting arrest, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, driving while revoked and possession of a controlled substance,
Wilkinson Receives Johnson Family Scholarship
Smith-Cotton High School senior A.J. Wilkinson is the 2017 recipient of the Mark Johnson Academic Achievement Scholarship.
Front-yard Parking Issues Discussed by Sedalia Council
The Sedalia City Council discussed the issue of front-yard parking in its pre-council meeting Monday night.