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HOLDEN – Holden’s monthly event, the Holden Cruise Night, was hosted once again from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5.  Hosted on the first Friday of every month from May through … more
On July 16, the United States officially made the transition of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline from a 10-digit dial to 988. The new 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is more easily accessible … more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Socket, a Missouri-based telephone and internet service provider, on Thursday, Aug. 4, at Arwood's … more
KNOB NOSTER — Knob Noster Police Department has brought on its first-ever appointed chief. In the April municipal election, City of Knob Noster voters decided to change from an elected City … more
The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce, Warrensburg Main Street, Warrensburg Convention and Visitor Bureau, and the City of Warrensburg are once again banding together to host the Love What’s … more
ADELPHI, Md. — More than 9,300 University of Maryland Global Campus students were named to the dean's list for the spring semester. To be eligible for the honor, a student must complete at … more
SPRINGFIELD — Local students were among the 2,878 graduates awarded degrees in spring 2022 from Missouri State University. Cara Brown of Holden graduated with a Master of Social … more
WARRENSBURG — The USDA announced an end to a program put in place during the pandemic that fully funded food services for breakfast and lunch in public schools, meaning this will be the first … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Johnson County United Way is welcoming a new director as Amber Rivera has taken over the part-time director position.  Rivera is a heavily involved military spouse and … more
Starting Thursday, Aug. 18, University of Missouri Extension will be hosting a weekly webinar series through Sept. 8 on fall vegetable gardening. “The four-session Zoom series is an … more
Warrensburg resident arrested following Aug. 1 wreck  One person is reported to have moderate injuries from a single-vehicle wreck Aug. 1 on Highway 50 at Northwest 601 Road.  The … more
KNOB NOSTER – The Pediatric Place will be hosting an event, Haircuts for All, next week for those with sensory needs. The event will be hosted from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 8 at The Pediatric … more
WARRENSBURG – The City of Warrensburg has partnered with Retail Strategies for community development services.  Retail Strategies is a community development firm that seeks out retail … more
In September, Wing Command Chief for the 131st Bomb Wing LeRoy McCardell will officially be retired after serving 34 years for the United States Air Force.  McCardell served the last five … more
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg First Student, a school bus company, has voted to join a labor union.  The International Brotherhood of Teamsters, the largest union in the country and the … more
The annual Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday will begin Friday, Aug. 5, and end at midnight Sunday, Aug. 7.  The Missouri Department of Revenue states the sales tax holiday applies to certain … more
During Tuesday’s Primary Election, State Rep. Rodger Reedy won the Republican nomination.  Reedy will run against Libertarian nominee William Truman Wayne for the Missouri House of … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — All votes have been tallied for the Aug. 2 Primary Election and Republican and Democrat nominees have been decided for the upcoming November General Election.  A total … more
Polls close at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 2. Below are the results of contested races in the Aug. 2 primary election in Johnson County, according to unofficial results from the Johnson County Clerk’s … more
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg resident Nicholas Cordiero was arrested Tuesday, July 26 for promoting and possessing child pornography. The investigation was conducted by Missouri State Highway … more
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