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Community Calendar for Oct. 4 through Oct. 10
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Daum exhibit celebrates museum’s 20 years
SEDALIA — The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a special exhibit highlighting work from the permanent collection. “The Daum at 20 Selections …
Mt. Moriah Club serving the community
JOHNSON COUNTY — This year, Mt. Moriah Club participated in several community service projects, which included caring for a downtown flower box and planting a new flower box at the entrance to …
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WFD issues burn ban for City of Warrensburg

WARRENSBURG — A burn ban is in effect for the City of Warrensburg, effective immediately.  The Warrensburg Fire Department states the ban is due to prolonged dry …

131st Bomb Wing civilian wins national award

KNOB NOSTER — Bethany Harris, who serves as the 131st Bomb Wing Director of Psychological Health, was recently awarded the 2022 Air Force Association Outstanding Air Force Civilian Employee of …

Police Reports - Oct. 4, 2022

Heather A. Crain Rinker, 38, was arrested Sept. 10 after officers responded Sept. 1 to a report of shoplifting in the 300 block of East Cooper Boulevard. Crain Rinker was arrested on a charge of …
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Warrensburg softball falls in MRVC West finale

OAK GROVE — Warrensburg’s push for a share of the MRVC West title reached an end in its regular season finale.  The Tigers (13-11, 7-3 MRVC West) fell to outright conference …

Warrensburg volleyball’s energy flat against Pleasant Hill

WARRENSBURG — Tigers volleyball’s typical energy wasn’t quite there against Pleasant Hill on Tuesday, Oct. 4.  Though its vibrancy appeared at times, Warrensburg fell to the …

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Star-Journal newsroom receives 11 MPA awards

The Star-Journal newsroom took home 11 awards, one of which was first place, in the Missouri Press Association Better Newspaper Contest for work published in 2021. The awards were presented at the …

Care Connection celebrating Senior Center Month in Johnson County

JOHNSON COUNTY — Care Connection for Aging Services is commemorating National Senior Center Month in September by inviting folks to experience its two locations in Johnson County. The …

New business takes earth-conscious approach

SEDALIA — A new Facebook business is making its name known to Sedalia residents with its eco-friendly products.  For Gator Creations, owned by Talia Fetters, the biggest goal is to …

GOATS, a new airsoft field, now open in Warrensburg

WARRENSBURG — Green Orange Airsoft Tactical Site (GOATS) is a new airsoft field in Warrensburg. Located just off of Highway Y, GOATS is a half-mile forest now available for veteran airsoft …
Police & Crash Reports
Minor injuries reported in Sept. 27 wreck  One person is reported to have minor injuries from a single-vehicle wreck Sept. 27 on Highway 50 west of Route P.  The Missouri State …
Jacob D. Rogers, 29, was arrested Aug. 31 after officers responded July 28 to a report of assault in the 400 block of Franklin Street. Rogers was arrested on a charge of simple domestic …
Minor injuries reported in Sept. 20 wreck  One person is reported to have minor injuries from a single-vehicle wreck Sept. 20 on Northwest 250 Road west of Highway 50.  The Missouri …
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Winter means time for the Burgundy Twins

With winter on the way, the wines that I call the Burgundy Twins, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, are in line to replace the softer, fruitier wines that dominate the warmer seasons.  I was …

College Savings Month: Make a plan to pay for higher education

According to a Georgetown University study, the cost of higher education has increased 169% over the last 40 years. And according to Sallie Mae’s annual How America Pays for College survey, …

Life lessons from the Word

Smile — it makes people wonder what you are up to! No, maybe that’s not the reason for smiles, but have you ever noticed how it makes you feel when you encounter someone that seems to be …
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