JetBlue Airways Announces It Will Serve KCI
JetBlue Airways announced that the carrier intends to serve the Kansas City region with new nonstop air service
Meigel, Fischer To Lead Sedalia 200 Instrumental Music Programs
Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hires of Max Meigel as band director and Andrew Fischer as an assistant band/orchestra director.
SMS Students To Have Poems Published
Poems written by six Sedalia Middle School students will be published in the next edition of the Young American Poetry Digest.
Sacred Heart Softball Advances in Kaysinger Tourney
Sacred Heart had trouble keeping up with Lincoln in a 10-3 loss on Saturday
UPDATE: Ramp Closure Scheduled for MO 7 to Westbound I-70 on April 23
MoDOT Kansas City will be making pavement repairs that will require the CLOSURE of the northbound and southbound MO Route 7 on ramp to westbound I-70. That work has been rescheduled to begin at 8 p.m. on Friday April 23, until approximately 4 a.m. the following morning.
Sedalia Parks and Rec Celebrates 100 Trees for 100 Years of Hubbard Park
On April 23rd starting at 10am at Hubbard Park, Sedalia Parks and Rec will be passing out 100 trees for 100 years of Hubbard Park.
SFCC Board of Trustees Meet Today at 4 p.m.
The State Fair Community College Board of Trustees will meet Thursday, April 15 at 4 p.m. for a Special Session
Childers Donate $250,000 to SFCC’s Capital Campaign
The State Fair Community College Foundation recently received $250,000 from Russell and Julie Childers for its capital campaign
Speeding Sedalian Arrested for C & I Driving
The Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested 23-year-old Thomas L. Meyer of Sedalia at 4:49 p.m. Sunday in Pettis County.
Sedalia Man Involved in Crash Arrested for DWI Persistent Offender
Sedalia Police were dispatched to a traffic complaint of a gray Chevrolet passenger vehicle travelling southbound from the northern city limits Monday night.