Impact Signs to Build $8M HQ & Manufacturing Facility
Impact CEO David Goodson plans to add eight more employees to an existing payroll of 40 through a construction project expected to cost around $8 million.
JoCo Fire Protection District Open House October 1
The Johnson County Fire Protection District is opening station doors and hosting open houses at 10 of the District’s 12 fire stations on Saturday, Oct. 1 from 2 until 4 p.m.
Thompson Boulevard Resurfacing Project begins October 3
The City of Sedalia’s contractor will be milling, repairing base failures, paving and applying lane markings along Thompson Boulevard.
Pettis County Firefighters Attend Swift Water Rescue Training
Five personnel from Pettis County Fire Protection District attended swift water rescue training in Eureka this past weekend.
Oak Wilt Problem Discussed by Sedalia Council
Monday night's City Council meeting began with a presentation by Chris Rippey concerning Oak Wilt disease.
Free Lunch For First Responders Gets Great Response at Centennial Park
About 125 first responders and their families attended the event, organized by Rep. Brad Pollitt of Sedalia.
Sedalia Park Board Votes to Keep Pool Rates The Same
The Sedalia Park Board made a decision concerning special consideration for the Sedalia Bandits Swim Team using the Heckart Community Pool.
Sedalia City Council Members Attending MML Conference
Officials set the MML policy for the following year at the annual business meeting.
Pyle Named New Finance Director for City of Sedalia
Tuesday night's City Council meeting led off with a public hearing to close out the $500,000 Community Development Block Grant
SPD Exonerated of Any Wrongdoing in Memorial Day Weekend Shooting
No charges or wrongdoing were found against Sedalia Police Officers in the incident after an investigation was completed by MSHP.