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5 Sedalia Regulations On Pets You Might Not Know

I can't say I've ever had any problems when it comes to our pets. We've got two cats, and they stay inside. I've got them licensed and vaccinated, everything is pretty legit. So I haven't really had much reason to investigate what I can and can't do when it comes to animals here in town. But of course, of course. Google Rabbit Holes got me curious. Apparently there are a lot of things I did not know when it comes to having pets and livestock here in town. I even went through the whole Municipal Codes to suss some of this out. So to cut to the chase, here are some things you might not have known about pet ownership here in Sedville.
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Cole Camp, MOSedalia Democrat

Cole Camp Boonslick to host summer events

Cole Camp Boonslick Regional Library will host weekly in-person story times, “Tales and Tails,” at 10:30 a.m. June 15 through July 27 at Ezekiel Williams Park Shelter No. 1. The events will have animal stories, songs and crafts all summer long. The library will also host its weekly demonstrations series...
Sedalia, MOSedalia Democrat

Sedalia Parks to host celebration for monarch butterflies

Monarch butterflies are currently passing through Missouri on their annual migration up from Mexico. Missouri has the necessary nectar-producing plants the monarchs need and one plant essential for …. This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers. We have recently launched a new and improved website. To continue...
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Pettis County, MOSedalia Democrat

Cav joins Pettis County Sheriff’s Office as new K9

A new K-9 has begun patrolling with the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office. A 2-year-old German Shepherd named Cav has already helped make a few drug arrests, which is coincidental, as Cav …. This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers. We have recently launched a new and improved...
Stover, MOmorgancountypress.com

Butterfly Memorial

Housekeeping Director Kim Becker launches a living butterfly (inset) at the First Annual Butterfly Memorial Thursday, May 27 on the outdoor patio at Golden Age Living Center in Stover. Approximately 50 friends, family, and staff gathered to remember residents who died during the past year. Administrator Donna Bowers read a poem titled “Heaven in a Nutshell” to the memorial service gathering. Bill Johnson, retired pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Versailles, gave a message of comfort. Family members and residents release colorful butterflies as a gesture of remembrance and rebirth. (photos by Vicki Wood)
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Pettis County, MOSedalia Democrat

5 million flowers a habitat for pollinators

DRESDEN — In the scheme of life, the smallest of lifeforms matter. Students at Pettis County R-XII (Dresden) School learned the importance of pollinators such as the honeybee Wednesday morning, …. This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers. We have recently launched a new and improved website....
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K9 Charlie Assists SPD With Traffic Stop

Early Tuesday morning, Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of West Broadway Boulevard and Winchester Drive for an equipment violation. K9 Charlie was deployed and alerted to the presence of narcotics inside the vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed methamphetamine and other items of drug paraphernalia.
Stover, MOmorgancountypress.com

Hands-on farm experience

Bailey Marriott, center, answers questions posed by kindergarten students and allows them to pet a horse during a recent petting zoo organized at Rocking M Ranch near Stover. Animals on hand for the kindergarten class field trip were a mare and foal, two show steers, and a puppy. Joe and Stephanie Holsten brought in their daughter Emily’s bottle calf and the Homan family brought in goats and a pony. (submitted by Bailey Marriott)
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Department of Conservation wants you to be bear aware

Bears are starting to come out of hibernation and you may spot one in mid-Missouri. One woman in Sunrise Beach spotted a bear in her yard. So the Missouri Department of Conservation wants to you be bear aware. Media Specialist Robert Hemmelgarn says it's important to remember that bears are...
Sedalia, MOSedalia Democrat

Donation brings smiles to Animal Shelter

Staff and animals alike are all smiles at the Sedalia Animal Shelter after receiving a large donation of goods from local students last week. This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers. We have recently launched a new and improved website. To continue reading, you will need to...
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Black Bear Spotted In Sunrise Beach Community

A black bear has been spotted roaming around the Sunrise Beach area over the weekend. Video posted to the Lake Area Happenings Facebook page shows the bear running across a roadway, attempting to climb a tree as the vehicle gets closer. Residents say they’ve also seen this same bear off...
Laurie, MOlakeexpo.com

Black Bear Raids Trash Cans At Lake Of The Ozarks Home

LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. — A local couple says they caught a black bear red-handed as he was trying to break into their outdoor trash bins. Laura and her boyfriend Ben live in Laurie, Mo. On Sunday, April 18, Laura and Ben were getting ready for bed when Bob heard what he assumed were raccoons trying to get into the outdoor garbage cans. The cans were about 80 feet from the house. Ben went out to investigate and run the alleged raccoons away, but when he shone a light on the trash cans, he saw something large stand up.