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INFLUENZA CASES INCREASING IN PETTIS COUNTY

The Pettis County Health Center reports that influenza cases in Pettis County have started to show a significant increase. For last week, there were 60 cases of influenza reported as compared to 9 for the week before. The group with the highest number of cases is 5-14 year olds followed by 25-49 year olds. The health center offers several tips to slow the spread of the flu:
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PETTIS COUNTY COMMISSION ANNOUNCES REPLACEMENT AND OPENING OF THE HARDING ROAD BRIDGE OVER BASIN FORK

The Pettis County Commission, MODOT Senior Construction Inspector Brian Lavender, representatives from Brenneke Construction, and Anderson Engineering conducted a final inspection for a bridge on Harding Road. After the inspection of the bridge was complete, it was determined the project was substantially finalized and the road was ordered to be opened to traffic effective Monday November 21, 2022.
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ACLU of Missouri files lawsuit alleging Pettis County denied medication to inmate

The ACLU of Missouri files a federal lawsuit against Pettis County, alleging that it denied medication to an inmate who was diagnosed with HIV. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri earlier this month. In addition to Pettis County, the lawsuit names Pettis County Sheriff Brad Anders and Advanced Correctional Healthcare, which provides healthcare for all inmates at the county jail.
PETTIS COUNTY, MO

As A Missourian Are You Willing To Die On This Hill?

Only In Your State recently published an article entitled "7 Hills Every Missourian Is Willing To Die On" and I think it's full of lies. Because I'm honestly, not willing to passionately argue any of the points in their article. Yet, there's one point, in talking to many Sedalians that I just don't believe.
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CITY OF SEDALIA ANNOUNCES THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

The City of Sedalia announced that the Thanksgiving holiday will be observed on November 24 and November 25. City Offices including the Materials Management Site will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving. Trash service will run on Friday, November 25. The trash collection for the week will be as follows:
SEDALIA, MO
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SEVERAL AREA CITY GOVERNMENTS MEETING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21

– — – The Higginsville Board of Aldermen is scheduled to begin its meeting at 6 p.m. at city hall at 1922 Main Street. The Carrollton Town Council is scheduled to begin its meeting at 6 p.m. at city hall at 206 West Washington Avenue. – – You can access...
CONCORDIA, MO
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FUGITIVE FROM KANSAS BEING HELD IN PETTIS COUNTY

A Geary County, Kansas woman is currently being held on a felony in Pettis County. According to a probable cause statement, Cassie Clemons, who is being held in the Pettis County Jail, was found by authorities to have an active warrant and is wanted for extradition back to Kansas. Clemons...
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Balke Guest Speaker at Pachyderms November 18

The next Pettis County Pachyderm meeting is at 12 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18 at Best Western, State Fair Motor Inn, 3120 South Limit Avenue in Sedalia. Guest speaker will be Robin Balke, who will speak about the Sedalia Business Women and their 100-year anniversary. For future Pachyderm meeting schedules go...
SEDALIA, MO
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5th Annual Whiteman Base Community Council's Bomber Ball

KNOB NOSTER, Mo. - It's a privilege many overlook, being able to spend time with family during the holiday season. But for the airmen stationed at Whiteman Airforce Base and deployed around the world, it’s a luxury many can only yearn for. For those lucky enough to have the opportunity to return home for the holidays from their service to the country, coming back can be a financial burden.
KNOB NOSTER, MO
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SEDALIA CITY COUNCIL APPROVES RESOLUTION TO SUBMIT GRANT TO REPLACE SIDEWALKS

The Sedalia City Council approved a resolution to authorize the submission of a grant application for the replacement of deteriorated sidewalks in North Central Sedalia during its meeting on Monday, November 7. City Administrator Kelvin Shaw said the grant the city is applying for is from the Missouri Department of...
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SEDALIA CITY COUNCIL APPROVES DATE FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION

The Sedalia City Council approved the general election date for city officials during its meeting on Monday, November 7, 2022. According to City Administrator Kelvin Shaw, there will be council members from each of the four wards and an additional council member from ward three on the ballot. The council...
SEDALIA, MO