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JEFFERSON CITY — Democrats want Republican state Rep. Nick Schroer booted from the November ballot after he and his wife sold their O’Fallon home in May and purchased a new one in Defiance — … more
CENTERVIEW — The first day of school for Crest Ridge students is Monday, Aug. 24, and the district offered instruction method options for students and outlined plans in case social distancing … more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg City Council discussed the budget options for the next fiscal year, set to begin Oct. 1, at the Aug. 10 council meeting. One of the four options presented to the … more
Lidarrin K. Grant, 28, Sedalia, was arrested March 13 on three failure to appear warrants with original charges of driver/front seat passenger failure to properly wear safety belt, … more
Kevin W. Powell Jr., 29, Knob Noster, was arraigned in Johnson County Circuit Court on two class D felony charges of second degree domestic assault, a class D felony charge of unlawful possession of … more
The Johnson County Recorder’s Office has issued marriage licenses to: Benjamin Lee Brinkmeyer and Katrina Diane Kerns, both of Kingsville; Patrick Allen Herriage Jr. and Allison Marie … more
Jacqueline L. Eaton, 32, was arrested Feb. 28 on a charge of possession of a controlled substance/dangerous drugs. Samantha M. Richards, 25, was arrested Feb. 29, when officers conducted a traffic … more
WARRENSBURG — The Johnson County COVID-19 Task Force states there have been a total of 522 COVID-19 cases reported in Johnson County as of Thursday afternoon, Aug. 20. The task force states … more
WARRENSBURG — Missouri Main Street Connection gave two awards to Warrensburg during the Evening of Excellence Virtual Ceremony July 30. Outstanding Development Project was awarded to Warrensburg … more
WARRENSBURG — The first day for Warrensburg School District students to attend classes is Wednesday, Aug. 26. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the district has adopted procedures and guidelines for … more
WARRENSBURG — The University of Central Missouri is taking precautions in an effort to mitigate the impact and spread of COVID-19 on the Warrensburg and Lee’s Summit campuses. UCM’s first … more
KNOB NOSTER — Knob Noster School District students will be returning to class, in-person or virtually, Monday, Aug. 24. “Just as the case was for our transition to virtual learning last … more
Layton Gray has been a chiropractor for about five years and has operated Gray Chiropractic & Wellness Center with his wife, Alexia Gray, for almost a year. Before opening Gray Chiropractic … more
LEETON — Leeton students return to school Tuesday, Aug. 26, and the district has outlined its reentry plan to include virtual and in-person options. “The district sent out a survey to parents, … more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg Farmers’ Market has made new developments for the remainder of the 2020 season including the implementation of the Wednesday market, seasonal extension of the … more
Jon, 81, and Gerri Kent, 88, are a husband and wife team who volunteer their time to deliver meals and check up on others in the community. Though they’ve started to reduce how much they do, … more
KINGSVILLE — Aug. 24 is the first day of school for Kingsville students and the Kingsville School District has provided a re-entry plan for its students. Parents and students will be able to … more
STOCKTON — “Forage seeding and management now will affect fall, winter and spring cattle grazing,” MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis said. Forage management and … more
Steaks are one of the most popular types of grilled meats. Chuck steaks are a tasty alternative to more expensive steaks. While not as tender as other steaks, chuck steaks are favorably enhanced by … more
WARRENSBURG — The Arbors at Harmony Gardens, Assisted Living by Americare, reported Tuesday, Aug. 18, that eight residents and four employees have tested positive for COVID-19. The residents and … more
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