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WARRENSBURG – Old Barney’s Bar & Grill has a reputation that speaks for itself. more
Johnson County Economic Development Corporation announced the recent addition of Lindsay Keltch as the new Administration & Communications Specialist. Keltch will provide office support and communications within JCEDC and the partnership network. more
Evergy announced it is streamlining the onboarding process for veterans by translating every one of their jobs by mapping them through codes the military assigns. more
WARRENSBURG – Gray Chiropractic and Wellness Center has partnered with SWAG Sports Performance to create EPIC Laser Therapy, which hosted its grand opening on June 3 at 510 E. Gay St. more
U-Haul Company of Missouri announced that PS Smoke Shop signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Warrensburg community. more
WARRENSBURG – Whether it is a hot cup of joe, a cold brew, or an energy drink that gets you out of bed in the morning, Warrensburg’s newest coffee shop, 7 Brew Coffee, has it all in spades and is now open at 300 E. Russell Ave. more
Darinda J. Dick, MSN, RN, FACHE, President and CEO of Western Missouri Medical Center in Warrensburg, has completed her board certification in healthcare management, earning her designation among the nation’s leading professional society for healthcare leaders as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). more
WARSAW – A few miles south of Lincoln, across from the bowling alley in a nondescript white building, a team of workers manufactures 40,000 fishing lures a week. more
A true sign that summer is on its way, the Warrensburg Farmers’ Market will host its annual Moonlight Market on Saturday, April 27, followed by the first Saturday of the regular season on Saturday, May 4. more
WARRENSBURG – Warrensburg Main Street and the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce combined efforts Saturday for their fourth annual Beer, Wine, & Spirit Stroll in the downtown area. more
During the 2023-24 school year, Central Bank visited multiple schools in the Warrensburg area. Most recently, the bank hosted a Reality Check at Crest Ridge High School. more
WARRENSBURG – As the moon passed over the sun on Monday, April 8, it offered millions of American viewers the opportunity to see a total solar eclipse for the first time since 2017. From Mexico, to Missouri, to Cleveland and New York, eyes turned toward the skies as the path of totality peaked all across North America. more
West Central Electric Cooperative announced that three area high school students are preparing to pack their bags for a week in Washington, D.C., following the 2024 Rural Electric Youth Tour finals hosted April 3. more
WARRENSBURG – After close to 60 years since it first opened its doors, Swisher’s hardware store is being sold, with its storefront changing ownership on April 8. more
SEDALIA — From zero to 1.5 million followers, JWebby, a competitive eater from Sydney, Australia, has excelled in social media since beginning his competition circuit in 2021. more
WARRENSBURG – The Heart Care of Warrensburg celebrated its opening on Monday, March 27, with a ribbon cutting ceremony put on by the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce. more
WARRENSBURG — Finding a home in today’s market can be perplexing, exhausting, and confusing. Housing prices have seen dramatic dips and jumps over the years, causing properties to not be sold. more
SEDALIA — Sedalia has lost one of its biggest advocates of the area business community, and the Sedalia Democrat has lost a team member. more
WARRENSBURG – F&C Bank, 541 E. Young Ave., celebrated its 10th anniversary in Warrensburg on Friday, March 15 with a ribbon cutting with the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce, employees and family, and plenty of food, drinks, and giveaways to boot. more
Equity Bank announced the hire of Craig Dunn as Regional CEO of the Company’s Community East markets. more
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