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University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance hosted its annual Awards and Scholarship Banquet on April 27 on the Highlander Stage on the UCM campus. UCM’s Theta Alpha Phi, National Theatre Honorary Fraternity, hosted the banquet with nearly 75 faculty, students, and guests, awarding 41 scholarships worth $59,000 to current and incoming Theatre and Dance students. more
Big Brothers Big Sisters and Johnson County United Way are continuing their partnership to benefit Johnson County youth. more
Warrensburg woman hurt in accident more
WARSAW – A few miles south of Lincoln, across from the bowling alley in a nondescript white building, a team of workers manufactures 40,000 fishing lures a week. more
The University of Central Missouri has achieved recognition in Fortune’s 2024 MBA rankings, with significant advancements in several categories, underscoring its commitment to delivering both quality and affordability in business education. more
Members of the Blackwater Preservation Society, which began 30 years ago with founder Bobby Danner, are working to preserve the history of the small town of less than 200. more
Nominate a veteran, military member to be honored at State Fair more
Col. Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announced the following area employees were recognized for their actions at the awards ceremony April 27 in Cape Girardeau. more
WARRENSBURG – With flash flood and tornado warnings all across the Midwest over the last week, it was advised to stay indoors and off the roads. However, some Johnson County residents took to the streets, with several requiring emergency assistance. more
None of the demands Missouri Freedom Caucus members said must be met before they would drop a filibuster against legislation renewing taxes that fund Medicaid were achieved when the group decided to end its resistance a little before 3:30 a.m. Thursday. more
An initiative petition campaign that seeks to raise Missouri’s minimum wage delivered over 210,000 signatures to the Secretary of State’s Office Wednesday afternoon — nearly double the amount needed to make the statewide ballot. more
Upcoming local blood drives more
WARRENSBURG – It’s not very often that a school celebrates a century in one location. But on Thursday afternoon, May 2, Martin Warren Elementary School will celebrate hitting the century mark with an assembly and open house for the community. more
WARRENSBURG – Despite the raining cats, dogs, and everything else in between on Friday, April 26, hungry members of the community made the trek to the annual community update breakfast hosted by the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. more
Moin U. Mojumder, 25, was arrested on April 1 for leaving the scene of an accident in the 700 block of Charles Street. He was located in the 600 block of Main Street. He was arrested and transported to the Warrensburg Police Department, booked, and released for leaving the scene of an accident. more
Four State Fair Community College Technology Welding students were recently offered a hands-on learning opportunity. more
The University of Central Missouri was honored with the 2024 Tree Campus Higher Education recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management. more
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