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Sedalia, Missouri is located in Pettis County. Zip codes in Sedalia, MO include 65302, and 65301. The median home price in Sedalia is $89,900. More Sedalia information.

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14 hrs ago | Sedalia News Journal

Trails End officially breaks ground for historical project

Another step was taken Wednesday on the long journey to bring the Trails End project to fruition when a ground-breaking ceremony was held at the northeast corner of the Missouri State Fairgrounds, which is where the project will be on permanent display.

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19 hrs ago | Sedalia Democrat

Work begins on Trail's End Plaza

Democrat Members of the Trail's End Committee and Friends of Trail's End helped in the ceremonial groundbreaking at the site of the fut... Democrat Committee member Doug Kiburz gives a short speech about the significance of having the Trail's End landmark in Sedalia during ... After a year of fundraising and planning, the Trail's End project had ... (more)

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Yesterday | Business Insurance

Fired worker only need prove comp claim as 'contributing factor': Court

A lawsuit alleging that an injured worker was fired in retaliation for his workers compensation claim only needed to prove that his claim was a "contributing factor" and not an "exclusive cause" of his discharge, a split Missouri Supreme Court ruled.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Sedalia Democrat

Steelea s influence felt locally, natio...

As the Industrial Revolution chugged through the mid-to-late 19th century, people crowded into cities in search of factory jobs.

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Sedalia Democrat

Impact Signs announces expansion

Impact Signs Awnings Wraps, Inc. owners David and Julie Goodson announce a 3,600-square-foot expansion of the company's facility on South Limit Avenue... Impact Signs Awnings Wraps, Inc. on Tuesday announced a 3,600-square-foot expansion to its facility on South Limit Avenue to make room for new state-of-the-art equipment.

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Sedalia News Journal

Pam Carter to run for Pettis County Presiding Commissioner

Pam Carter has announced her intentions to run for Presiding Commissioner of Pettis County.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Sedalia News Journal

Green Sales Tax Holiday (April 19-25) means savings on energy-efficient appliances

Missouri's sixth annual Show-Me Green Sales Tax holiday, which provides shoppers in Missouri with the opportunity to save on energy-efficient appliances begins Saturday, April 19 and runs through Friday, April 25. Pettis County and Sedalia will NOT be participating in the event, according to the Missouri Department of Revenue.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Sedalia Democrat

Adult Egg Hunt held Saturday

DemocratMilena Stevens, 9, helps her parents Cartha and Paul Stevens, in background, toss approximately 4000 colored eggs onto the gras... DemocratAttending the Saturday evening event were Teresa Rigby, on right, and her daughter Bailie Rigby, both of Sedalia, who were play... DemocratBob and Karen Edwards were honored by Pettis County Sheriff ... (more)

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April 12-13 Sedline

"Congratulations to the county and city police for all the drug busts that have been made.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

Sedalia News Journal

Wow 360 Winged Sprints at L a Raceway Saturday

This Saturday, April 12 will be the first outing in 2014 for the Winged Outlaw Warrior 360 Sprints as well as the opening night for the L A Raceway.

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Sedalia News Journal

Nixon calls on General Assembly to bring Missourians' tax dollars home

As the tab for the General Assembly's inaction on Medicaid exceeds $530 million, Gov. Jay Nixon visited Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia to call on legislators to prevent further damage to the economy and stop flow of taxpayer dollars to other states.

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Sedalia Democrat

Sedalia says goodbye to Mayor Horn

For the past eight years, most of Mayor Elaine Horn's Monday nights have been spent at the Municipal Building in Sedalia City Council meetings.

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Sedalia Democrat

Brown-Farendorf engagement

Raymond and Tammy Brown, of Sedalia, announce the engagement of their daughter, Whitney Brown, to Tanner Farendorf, of Blackwater.

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Sedalia News Journal

Leadership Sedalia Class of 2014 graduates 29

The 2014 class of Leadership Sedalia was recognized with a two-and-half-hour graduation ceremony Thursday morning at Best Western State Fair Motor Inn, 2nd and Limit.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Sedalia News Journal

Horn, Bryan honored by EDSPC

Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County has presented two Outstanding Achievement Awards to outgoing Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn and EDSPC board member Brenda Bryan for going above and beyond to support, promote and assist economic development in Sedalia and Pettis County.

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Sedalia Democrat

Meet baker Cindy Blatterman

Submitted photoA wedding cake made for a couple in Kansas City is an example of rustic elegance, a new trend in cake decorating.

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Sedalia Democrat

Flower power

Spring has arrived in Sedalia with flowers blooming city-wide. At Bloomin' Gardens Greenhous, 1500 Ewing Dr., Christy Stone, on right and her mother J... After a rough winter of snow and ice, that caused one of its limbs to fall, a tenacious lily magnolia blooms from ground to the sky at Broadway Boulev... Spring has arrived in Sedalia with flowers ... (more)

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Sedalia Democrat

Buller transitions from architect to glass art

DemocratAlthough Don Buller's colorful glass platter, displayed at Twarkles Furniture Decor and More, looks abstracted it still shows e... DemocratDon Buller positions a mold that will be used to form the glass piece below into a vessel once it is put in his kiln.

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Sedalia News Journal

Council approves variety of bids, ordinances

This past Monday, April 7, the Sedalia City Council passed a number of ordinances and approved several bids during their regular council meeting.

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

Sedalia Democrat

Galliher wins mayoral seat

DemocratIn record time mayoral candidate Steve Galliher was declared the winner with a 68 percent lead against former Sedalia Mayor All... DemocratBack lit by a setting sun, the Pettis County Clerk's Office and Election Authority Nick La Strada and staff were kept busy prep... DemocratResidents of the Fourth Ward line up to have their IDs checked ... (more)

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