Monday Jul 21
Green Ridge homicides remain unsolved one year later
Despite the passage of a year since two people were murdered and their bodies burned to conceal the still unsolved homicide, the daughter and sister of the victims says the pain is a daily reminder that someone knows what happened and is refusing to come forward.
Pettis County busy with shows and fairs
DemocratPettis County youth were busy Saturday participating in shows and fairs that will give them a chance to compete in the Missouri... DemocratJessica Cobban, 17, of Fair Grove, with the Sac River Stablemates 4-H, gives her Spinone Italiano, Windy, a reassuring pat befo... DemocratGrant Amos, 7, of Sedalia, a Pettis County 4-H Clover Kid, gets ... (more)
Sedalia News Journal
Summer meals program feeds 1,400 daily
A summer food program, sponsored by Open Door Ministries and subsidized and administered through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and USDA, is attracting hundreds of youth ages 18 and under, to a multitude of sites on weekdays to receive a free meal at lunchtime.
Pettis Countya s profitable geology
Francis A. Sampson, attorney, financier, and amateur historian and scientist, wrote the chapter about the county's natural history in the 1882 History of Pettis County.
Chester Keith Bond
Chester Keith Bond, 33, of Buckner, Missouri, formerly of Holden and La Monte, died Sunday, June 29, at his residence.