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Local law enforcement is investigating a homicide in Johnson County. more
WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg Convention and Visitors Bureau opened the Warrensburg Visitors Center on Oct. 18 and celebrated its opening with an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 8. more
KNOB NOSTER – The City of Knob Noster has a new Chief of Police after a Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday, Nov. 7. more
WARRENSBURG – A classic fairy tale will take the stage in Warrensburg over the next two weekends as the University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance and UCM Music presents Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” in the Highlander Theatre. more
SEDALIA — Monday afternoon, Oct. 30, Missouri State Treasurer Vivek Malik stopped by the Pettis County Courthouse to talk about the MOBUCK$ low-interest loan program with local leaders. more
With Veterans Day around the corner, several events and special offerings are planned to honor area veterans. more
A Warrensburg man has been charged after a juvenile was shot over the weekend. more
SEDALIA — Dr. Lara Briseno Kenney came to the Midwest originally for medical school. more
WARRENSBURG – After 40 years serving seniors in West Central Missouri, Executive Director Diana Hoemann is retiring from Care Connection for Aging Services. more
As the City of Warrensburg continues to make progress on the Maguire Street Corridor Project, residents are invited to a Rethink Maguire visioning workshop next week. more
SEDALIA — Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey stopped through Sedalia on Friday, Oct. 20, first stopping at the Pettis County Courthouse and then addressing Pettis County Pachyderm Club members at the Heckart Community Center in Sedalia. more
WARRENSBURG – A local elected official is entering the race for the Missouri House of Representatives 54th District in 2024. more
A local group of volunteers is stepping up to ensure Christmas happens for Johnson County families in need. more
WARRENSBURG – Usually covered in red and black to support the Mules, the University of Central Missouri Multipurpose Center was decked out in pink on Thursday evening, Oct. 12 for Western Missouri Medical Center’s annual Ladies’ Night Out. more
SEDALIA — Missouri Assistive Technology has donated $5,000 to WILS (West-Central Independent Living Solutions) for the purchase of demonstration equipment. WILS and Missouri Assistive Technology are collaborating to broaden access to new and helpful products promising to help people manage living independently. more
KNOB NOSTER — Artwork from two Knob Noster High School students, 19-year-old Taylor Trudell and 16-year-old Hannah Harrell, is now on display at the White House. more
WARRENSBURG — “Deathly Alive,” a book written by a Warrensburg father-daughter duo, was recently selected as a finalist in two categories during the 2023 American Fiction Awards, sponsored by AmericanBookfest.com. The book was a finalist for the Paranormal/Supernatural and Novella categories. more
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