Warrensburg Council Approves Sale of Certificates of Participation
The Warrensburg City Council approved a resolution authorizing the sale of refunding Certificates of Participations (COP) for the City of Warrensburg on Monday night.
S-C Beats Center in Great American Rivalry Series
The Oct. 13 football battle between Center High School of Kansas City and the Smith-Cotton Tigers was one of more than 100 games nationwide to be featured as part of the 2017 Great American Rivalry Series
‘Reflections of Red, White and Blue’ Exhibit Opens on Veterans Day
This Veterans Day come see “Reflections of Red, White and Blue” at the Hayden Liberty Center, 111 W. Fifth Street.
Sedalia Council Hears Budgetary Update From Shaw
The Sedalia City Council heard a financial update from Interim City Administrator Kelvin Shaw on Monday night.
Sedalia Tourism Commission Hears Funding Requests
The Sedalia Area Tourism Commission met Wednesday at Katy Depot, 600 E. 3rd, to hear requests for funding from six local organizations.
SFCC’s LearningForce November Courses Offered
State Fair Community College’s The LearningForce will offer these professional and enrichment courses that start between Nov. 1 and Nov. 8.
Sedalia Business Women to Host Chicken Dinner October 22
For nearly 40 years, the Sedalia Business Women’s chicken dinner has been a fund-raising highlight for the Sedalia community.
Liberty Pool Badly in Need of Repairs
The Sedalia Park Board met Thursday night at Convention Hall, and one of the items for discussion was the deteriorating condition of Liberty Pool.
Winners in the ‘Vacation Missouri’ Photo Contest Announced
Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson has announced the winners for the inaugural Vacation Missouri Photo Contest.
Smith-Cotton Fall Concerts Set For October 12, 17
Smith-Cotton music students, both vocal and instrumental, are working hard to prepare for the first concerts of the school year.