City of Sedalia Awarded $20K Federal Historic Preservation Grant
The City of Sedalia has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the federal Historic Preservation Fund.
Smith-Cotton JROTC to Host Annual Veterans Day Events
On Friday, Nov. 10, Smith-Cotton High School JROTC is hosting its annual Veterans Day ceremony at Smith-Cotton High School.
SFCC to Offer Bartending Course
The hands-on workshop will take place on Nov. 13 from 12 to 4 p.m., at Craft Beer Cellar, 700 S. Ohio Avenue.
Callis Expands Team With Three New Hires
Callis has added Neely Humphrey, Andrew Stallcup and Seth Brunkhorst to the marketing and advertising firm.
‘Coen’s Way’ Receives Big Boost From Sedalia Lions Club
The Sedalia Lions Club presented a $500 check to 'Coen's Way' this past week.
‘Wear Red for Women’ Donates AED to Open Door
Wear Red for Women, a Bothwell Foundation committee, recently gave an automated external defibrillator (AED) to Open Door Service Center and Food Pantry.
UCM Public Safety Captain Receives Award
More than 25 years of dedication to public service has led to regional recognition for Capt. Dan Othic.
Pettis County Joins MoDOT As Gold Standard Partner
Pettis County announced its association with MoDOT as a Gold Standard Partner Member on the auspicious occasion of Buckle Up Phone Down Day.
SFCC Apprentice Garrett Amos Receives Journeyman’s Certificate in Industrial Electrical Maintenance
The State Fair Community College Apprenticeship Program recently presented Garrett Amos of Lincoln, the United States Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship, Journeyman Certificate in Industrial Electrical Maintenance.
Mental Health Activist Chamique Holdsclaw to Appear at UCM November 15
Chamique Holdsclaw will talk about her role as an emotional health activist and an athlete when she makes a public presentation at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15 in Hendricks Hall.