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WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg City Hall and Martin Warren Elementary School are among the 20 schools, cities and non-profit organizations across Missouri to be selected in an initiative by Missouri … more
SEDALIA — Liberty Center Association for the Arts Junior Theatre students will present "Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical Jr." at the Hayden Liberty Center this weekend. Director Lucy Lemke … more
TRIAD Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps has announced Cadet Colonel Madeline Souder was selected to command the Corps for the 2022-23 school year. Her efforts in preparing for the … more
KNOB NOSTER — The TRIAD Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Program was awarded the Distinguished Unit With Merit Award for the 2021-2022 school year.  They are one of only 106 … more
One person is reported to have moderate injuries from a two-vehicle wreck June 22 on westbound Highway 50 east of Highway 131.  The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the wreck occurred … more
The Warrensburg Community Band, under the shared conductorship of David Robinson, Chuck Appleton, Pat Setser, Jim Gai, and Pam Henry, began rehearsals for it’s summer concert schedule … more
WARRENSBURG — Damage to public toilets and play surface tiles are among the reported increase in vandalism this summer in Warrensburg parks.  Warrensburg Parks and Recreation Director … more
WARRENSBURG— The Johnson County Republican Women held a Candidate forum Tuesday June 21. The Forum started with Republican candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives answering questions … more
FAYETTE — More than 500 Central Methodist University earned degrees this spring.  Graduates were recognized for academic honors at the ceremony and were treated to a commencement … more
JEFFERSON CITY – Dylan Bischoff, of Warrensburg, received a bachelor of science in business administration from Lincoln University in Jefferson City this semester.  more
WARRENSBURG — In a special meeting Wednesday, June 22, the Warrensburg Parks Board voted to approve an emergency duct repair project.  In early April, a 40-foot section of ductwork fell … more
SEDALIA — Coinciding with the summer reading program, two authors and illustrators will speak at the Sedalia Public Library this month. Colter Jackson, formerly of Otterville and now living … more
SEDALIA — The Sedalia-Pettis County Amateur Radio Klub (SPARK) is gearing up for next weekend’s 2022 Field Day event. Ham radio operators across North America will establish temporary ham … more
Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some meetings may be canceled or postponed. Please call the organization for information on cancellations.  To have your event or meeting … more
Three area high school students representing West Central Electric Cooperative joined 90 other high school students for Missouri's 59th annual Missouri Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. Local … more
WARRENSBURG — Bobby R. Patton, former University of Central Missouri president, has collaborated with two other researchers and writers on a new book on the impact communication can have on … more
MMA members Barb and Mike Byrne will present the program “Fused Glass and Mixed Media Art” program for Mid-Missouri Artists at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 30, in the Arts and Crafts Room of the … more
Since 2017, unprecedented changes have come to West Central Missouri. In the wake of these changes, the Pioneer Trails Regional Planning Commission set a committee of stakeholders to chronicle the … more
Jacob R. Stagl, 37, was arrested on May 24 after officers responded to reports of trespassing in the 600 block of North Maguire Street. Stagl was arrested on a charge of trespassing. Stagl was … more
WARRENSBURG — Johnson County Fire Protection District Training and Safety Division Captain Joe Jennings was presented with the Justin W. Stephan Public Service Award from the Executive … more
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