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Dear Editor: In last night's Warrensburg R6 school board meeting, our school board decided to encourage, but not require, masks in our schools. I feel compelled to express my disappointment in … more
Dear Editor: “Adversity does not build character, it reveals it.” — United States Novelist, James Lane Allen On March 13, 2020, COVID-19 reached the Knob Noster Public Schools … more
Dear Editor: OATS Transit is closely watching proposed state legislation that, if passed, would allow concealed-carry permit holders to lawfully bring firearms on public transportation. It raises … more
Dear Editor: Let me take a moment to thank you for the many improvements that have come to “my local paper” since the publication has been placed under the tutelage of the Sedalia … more
Dear Editor: Warrensburg Manor Care Center would like to express it’s most sincere appreciation for Angela Wendel, its Administrator. Angela has been a key leader for the home during this … more
Dear Editor: On behalf of the Early-Bird Rotary Club, we would like to thank the community for their continued support each year on our annual fundraiser: The Taste Of Johnson County.  We … more
Dear Editor: For the 47th year, our community supported the Christmas Store, a church-based mission to provide families with the food necessary for a holiday meal. With your contributions, 253 … more
LDear Editor: Johnson County just scheduled the second COVID vaccination clinic for 1/29. The 260 slots were filled within 10 minutes of the text notification. The same thing happened following … more
Dear Editor: Despite a global pandemic, residents throughout the West Central Missouri Area Team shared the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season. At curbside … more
Cuttin’up Custom Meat Processing and Fluffy Outdoors LLC are co-sponsoring a Coyote Killing Contest in Johnson County in February. Coyotes have been vilified and exterminated for over a … more
Dear Editor: Pastor Robin Dale railed against pleas of governmental, religious, and medical leaders to prevent COVID-19’s spread. He demanded his freedom from “intrusive … more
Dear Editor:I just read John Marr’s answers to the questions posed by the Star Journal. They are weak and indefensible for someone seeking reelection. The people of Johnson County deserve … more
Life, liberty and pursuit of happiness I had a man on Saturday walk past me on the sidewalk by the Johnson County courthouse while I was registering voters and said, “You guys must really love … more
Finding alternatives to cutting shelter from city budget I am very disappointed to hear about Old Drum Animal Shelter getting cut out of the budget by the Warrensburg City Council. It provides a … more
My Husband and I are both retired U.S. Army Master Sergeants who have excellent Health Insurance through Tricare, our military health insurance. But the best insurance in the world is just a … more
Johnson County voters passed Clean Missouri , Ethics Reform and hiring a non partisan professional to draft legislative district boundaries, voting 72% in favor of passage in 2018. But the … more
Vote ‘NO’ on Clean Missouri ballot issue No. 3 on Nov. 3 Johnson County voters passed Clean Missouri , Ethics Reform and hiring a non partisan professional to draft legislative district … more
You always have to ask yourself one question, "Is the juice going to be worth the squeeze?" I can tell you from personal experience, it never is. Right now, I have 22 felony convictions and … more
Fellow Americans - currently we are being tried and tested as never before in regards to this current virus epidemic of our livelihood, our lives and economy . Now is the time to renew our … more
This is an appeal for vote-by mail ballots for all Missourians registered to vote for the general election. Colorado has used mail-in ballots since 2014 and has been lauded as having among the … more
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