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WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg School Board of Education approved the dates to file for candidacy for the Municipal Election at the Tuesday, Nov. 16, meeting.  Election The filing … more
WARRENSBURG — Thrifting-savvy customers have one more chance to shop the Charity Garage Sale this year. The Charity Garage Sale will be hosted from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 18-20 at 721 N. … more
WARRENSBURG — Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler presented the Champion for Drug Free Missouri Award to Recovery Lighthouse Thursday, Nov. 11, at its Warrensburg location.  Hartzler said the … more
WARRENSBURG — The 14th annual Warrensburg Schools Foundation Dinner and Auction was highlighted by seven new Founding Fifty pledges. The annual event was Saturday, Nov. 13, in the ballroom … more
WARRENSBURG — Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler and Maj. Eric Hulshizer were guest speakers at the Veterans Day program Thursday, Nov. 11, hosted by the American Legion Matthews-Crawford Post 131 in … more
WARRENSBURG — The Johnson County Fire Protection District placed three new fire engines, three new tankers and a new rescue truck in service during the past several months.  The KME … more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg City Council heard a presentation from Craig Schorling, vice president of Transmap Corporation, on the results of a pavement condition survey  at the Monday, Nov. 8, meeting.  more
WARRENSBURG — National STEAM Day, observed Nov. 8 each year, brings attention to the ways students are learning about the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, art and … more
WARRENSBURG — Self-proclaimed hippie and Mayor of Warrensburg Scott Holmberg suffered through a new haircut for the cause of raising funds for RISE Community Services.  Holmberg’s … more
WARRENSBURG — The Planning and Zoning Commission approved the Copper Ridge preliminary plat Monday, Nov. 1, after revisions were made by the developers.  Copper Ridge Copper Ridge is … more
WARRENSBURG — After some big and small changes, Warrensburg Main Street plans to continue the new Downtown Spooktacular event.  Downtown Spooktacular was Saturday, Oct. 30, and was … more
City Manager Danielle Dulin, center, and her husband, Mike, right, chat with members of the Warrensburg Area Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, Nov. 2, at Heroes Restaurant and Pub, 107 W. Pine St. … more
WARRENSBURG — With Halloween barely in the rearview mirror, it’s time for the Johnson County Angel to begin preparing for Christmas. The annual holiday assistance program is now in its … more
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE — Maj. Mike “Vago” Hilkert received the Distinguished Flying Cross with a “V” device for valor in a ceremony Oct. 2 on Whiteman Air Force … more
KNOB NOSTER — In the last two months, Knob Noster has gained two new businesses, Tilted Axe Throwing and Lost Art Taproom. Tilted Axe Throwing The axe-throwing craze has hit Johnson … more
WARRENSBURG — The National Transportation Safety Board has released a report regarding a fatal plane crash that occurred Oct. 3 north of Warrensburg.  The report states an unregistered … more
WARRENSBURG — The Western Missouri Medical Center (WMMC) Foundation announced it has officially raised more than $1 million after just four years of fundraising. The milestone comes after … more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg City Council voted to amend several personnel policies at the Monday, Oct. 25, meeting.  Council member Nolan Brooks was not present for this … more
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