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A Bunceton man was injured in a one-vehicle accident that occurred Wednesday in Cooper County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that a southbound 1997 Toyota Avalon, driven by 53-year-old Warren Pennington of Bunceton, was at 13012 Highway B (northeast of Bunceton) around 11:40 a.m,, when the vehicle traveled off the left side of the roadway and overturned.
A Lincoln man was injured in a one-vehicle accident that occurred early this morning in Benton County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that a southbound 2009 Chevrolet, driven by 50-year-old Daniel K. Davis of Lincoln, was at 26437 Highway B around 12:30 a.m., when the vehicle ran off the roadway and overturned.
This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports. Early Thursday morning, Officers observed a dark colored KIA SUV fail to maintain its lane several times while westbound on West Broadway Boulevard. Officers initiated a traffic stop on it at the Dollar General Store, 2400 West Broadway Boulevard. The driver had a Failure to Appear warrant from the City of Knob Noster (Not listed in Casenet) holding a cash or surety bond of $300. Lamper Lambert Deitas, 41, of Sedalia, was arrested on the warrant and transported to the Pettis County Jail.
A Windsor woman was injured in a one-vehicle accident that occurred Tuesday night in Pettis County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that a southbound 2014 Ford Escape, driven by 52-year-old Darci E. Kruse of Windsor, was on Missouri 52 at Richardson Road around 8:36 p.m., when she failed to slow for a stop sign and skidded across Missouri 52, traveled off the roadway, struck an embankment, and ended up in a field, striking a T-post.
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On Tuesday afternoon around 3 p.m., Sedalia Police responded to the 1400 block of South Limit for a disturbance. Contact was made with one of the subjects involved. A computer check through Joint Communications revealed that 34-year-old Ashley Nicole Allen was wanted on an active felony warrant out of Kansas.
On Thursday night around 11 p.m., Sedalia Police observed a man on a moped traveling westbound on 16th street, weaving back & forth between two westbound lanes. According to a report, the moped jerked to the right and jumped a curb. It then pulled back onto 16th and was seen swerving, crossing into the eastbound lanes. A traffic stop was conducted at West Main and Water Tower Road.
A Warrensburg man was injured in a two-vehicle accident that occurred Sunday night in Johnson County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that a westbound 2009 Honda, driven by 19-year-old Jack M. Profit of Warrensburg, was at Highway 13 at Route V around 9 p.m., when he pulled out in front of a southbound 2014 Chevrolet, driven by 23-year-old Cameron J. Kelly of Concordia, causing the Chevy to strike the Honda.
On Sunday, Pettis County Sgt. Apel was dispatched to the well-being check on an individual reported to be passed out at Happy Acres, 22527 Hwy 6. A short time later his vehicle was reported to be traveling south on 65 and was ultimately stopped near 65 and Eagleview Drive. Contact...
A first responders lunch was held at Centennial Park Saturday from 11 - 1. About 125 first responders and their families attended the event, organized by Rep. Brad Pollitt of Sedalia. Lt. Mike Kehoe brought the Division of Tourism trailer with him and cooked hamburgers and hot dogs. Also in...
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Many of us shop at the Walmart in Sedalia. You may or may not be a fan of it, for various reasons. I personally have always wondered why they pay for a Walmart "greeter" at the doorways, but won't pay for cashiers so you don't have to use the self-checkout. But I digress.
Monday night's City Council meeting began with a presentation by Chris Rippey concerning Oak Wilt disease within the City of Sedalia. Rippey is a certified arborist who moved to Sedalia in April. He is a former arborist for the City of Seattle with 25 years of experience. Rippey tested several...
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Losing your job through no fault of your own because a business has decided to close the location you work at, or decided to right-size their workforce can be a difficult thing to go through. It can be even more confusing and difficult when it's unexpected. So this gesture from GUESA USA posted on Facebook, while seemingly small, might be a big deal to the former employees and their families of Golden Corral in Sedalia.
On Friday, Sept. 16 at 10:30 a.m., the Pettis County Commission, Missouri Department of Transportation Senior Construction Inspector Brian Lavender, Brenneke Construction, and Anderson Engineering, Inc. conducted a final inspection for Bridge No. 4510021 BRO B080 (039) on Claycomb Road. After the completion of the bridge inspection, it was determined...
The third United Way of Pettis County Car Show was held Saturday at Gardner-Denver, 305 North State Fair Boulevard. A total of 52 entries were in the show, according to Executive Director Samantha Gilpin. Boy Scout Troop 54 presented the colors at opening ceremony, while Stephanie Roberson sang the National...
The 10th annual Ladies’ Night Out to benefit Western Missouri Medical Center will be held Oct. 11 from 5 to 8 p.m., at the UCM Multipurpose Building in Warrensburg. Each $15 ticket will include a T-shirt, VIP bag filled with coupons and goodies, and your name will be entered into multiple raffles.
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