Monday, April 29, 2013


A Pettis County man will spend life in prison for molesting six young men between 2008 and 2012. David Donahue, 42, Sedalia, was charged last July with statutory sodomy in […]


The City of Sedalia’s new Pick Up On Demand service is now in effect and pickups can be scheduled at your convenience. Each property address will receive two free pickups […]

– Smith-Cotton High School seniors Zach Wolf, left, and Keegan Kendrick took second place in the Entrepreneurship-Grow Your Business category in the 2013 DECA International Career Development Conference held April 24-27 in Anaheim, Calif. The duo used their Buzzpro Advertising company for their project.

Two teams from Smith-Cotton High School’s DECA program finished in the top 10 in their categories in the 2013 DECA International Career Development Conference held April 24-27 in Anaheim, Calif. […]

S-C instrumental student awards noted

April 29, 2013 Student

The Smith-Cotton High School instrumental music department held a concert and awards luncheon on Saturday, April 27, before the band traveled to Kansas City to participate in the Worlds of […]

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Lula Anna Margaret Case

April 29, 2013 Obituaries
Lula Case

Lula Anna Margaret Case, 99, of Cole Camp, died Saturday, April 27, 2013, at Good Samaritan Care Center, Cole Camp. She had reached the age of 99 years, 8 months, […]

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Doughnut business thriving with Blair family in charge

April 29, 2013 Community Profile
Carol Blair, Todd Blair, Courtney Hughes, Brandon Blair and Brent Blair.

  By Kyle Siegel Staff writer It has been a busy past week for Todd and Carol Blair since the opening of Sedalia’s newest doughnut shop/eatery The Donut Palace, located […]

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County’s solar plan to save $273,450 over 25 years in energy bills

April 29, 2013 Local

By Kyle Siegel Staff writer On April 22, Earth Day, the Pettis County Commissioner’s Office unveiled plans for the installation of three 25kw solar energy units which will allow the […]

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