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WARRENSBURG – When Ryan and Lara Schick first heard a space was opening next to Green Truck Bakery, Ryan’s parents’ business, they knew they were offered a chance of a lifetime and wanted to create a deli. more
WARRENSBURG – Almost every day for the last 25 years, Senior Pastor Rev. Dr. Terrence Moody has made the trek from his home in Kansas City to the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Warrensburg. more
With Independence Day just around the corner, numerous events, activities, and fireworks displays are planned across west central Missouri. more
Although it's not July, this week has seen higher-than-normal summer temperatures and heat indices. During a heat wave, it is essential to watch out for heat-related illness. more
WARRENSBURG – In the summer of 1985, the Warrensburg Community Band was brought to life by Russell Coleman, then University of Central Missouri Director of Bands, as he wanted to provide former band musicians the chance to dust off their instruments and play in front of their community. more
WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg Board of Education met for its monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 18, to discuss finances, approve the 2024-25 school year budget and discuss other new business items like the district’s trash services and career center building plans. more
WARRENSBURG – Old Barney’s Bar & Grill has a reputation that speaks for itself. more
WARRENSBURG – Identical twin sisters Mildred Louise Beard and Virgie Lee Fockler celebrated their 99th birthday together on Tuesday, June 4, spending the day with family, friends, and residents at the County Club Rehab & Healthcare Center. more
WARRENSBURG – Early Friday morning, June 14, a thunderstorm struck across the west and northwest of Missouri, causing power outages for Warrensburg residents and electrical companies to deal with. more
WARRENSBURG – Candidates running for office in the Missouri Secretary of State, state senator and state representative races in the August primary election participated in a Republican Candidate Forum on Monday, June 10 at the Elks Lodge in Warrensburg. more
WARRENSBURG – After hosting its open house on May 23, the Rethink Maguire project team led by Burns and McDonnell presented a status update to the Warrensburg City Council at its June 10 meeting and discussed the next steps. more
WARRENSBURG – It may not be a small step for man, nor a giant leap for mankind, but Apollo has indeed landed. Apollo, the high-fidelity adult patient simulator, made the long-distance trip on Thursday, June 6, from the Warrensburg Area Career Center to the Western Missouri Medical Center, signifying the beginning of a partnership between the hospital and the Warrensburg R-VI School District. more
WARRENSBURG — A true home for America's fastest growing sport is now available at Grover Park. more
WARRENSBURG – Four decades equates to 480 months, 2,087 weeks, and 14,610 days. Quite a lot of time for the world and lives to change. But that passage of time also deserves celebration. For the Warrensburg High School graduating Class of 1984, that time had finally come at an anniversary reunion party Friday, June 7. 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 – June kicked off Pride Month across the country and the 2024 Warrensburg Pride Fest followed suit Saturday, June 1, at the Elks Lodge. more
WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg City Council met on Tuesday, June 4, for a short special meeting at the Warrensburg Police Department Training Room to discuss the ratification of the community center pool renovation contract, the approval of a minor plat of land, a repayment to the Missouri Department of Transportation, and a clean water resolution. more
Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct the address of the event. more
WARRENSBURG – As the temperature began to rise and summer just around the corner, Trails Regional Library wanted to do something special. So, to launch its 2024 Summer Reading program, the Warrensburg branch brought life-like dinosaurs to its library for a day of fun on Friday, May 31. more
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