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Angela K. Frye, 34, was arrested on April 26 when officers were dispatched to a business on East Cooper Boulevard. A known female subject stole $153.44 worth of merchandise. Frye was arrested on a charge of stealing-shoplifting. more
WARRENSBURG – Missouri American Water recognized Infrastructure Week by outlining some of its planned water and wastewater system investments in 2023. The company will invest more than $425 million this year to enhance reliability, resiliency and water quality in the communities it serves. more
The Warrensburg chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met Friday, May 12 at RISE Café with 22 members and guests present. more
Minor injuries in May 20 wreck more
KNOB NOSTER — A new restaurant, Olde Town South, has opened in downtown Knob Noster. more
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg High School celebrated the graduation of 187 seniors on Saturday, May 20 in the Multipurpose Building on the University of Central Missouri campus. more
Col. Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, is stressing the importance of safe boating and making the public aware of National Safe Boating Week, which takes place May 20-26. National Safe Boating Week is purposefully scheduled just prior to Memorial Day weekend, which many consider the kickoff to boating season. more
SEDALIA — Missouri State Fair Director Mark Wolfe announced the final three nights of entertainment planned for the 2023 State Fair Grandstand, presented by CFM Insurance. Two concerts and a monster truck show are planned. more
WARRENSBURG — Fastwyre announced it will be providing Warrensburg with a robust fiber-optic broadband network during a ribbon cutting hosted by the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, May 17. more
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg Main Street launched a permanent walking tour of Downtown Warrensburg on Wednesday, May 17 at the old Johnson County Courthouse. more
SEDALIA — On a quest to learn more about the outlaw Jesse James, well-known Western writer and author Bob Boze Bell visited Sedalia's Katy Depot on Saturday, May 13. more
JOHNSON COUNTY — The Missouri Department of Transportation will host a public hearing next month regarding U.S. 50 corridor safety improvements from east of Route 58 and Business 50. more
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WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg Schools Foundation announced the 2023 Teacher and Support Staff Scholarship recipients. more
Art and photography filled the gymnasium in the Warrensburg Community Center on May 6-7 during the 2023 Mid-Missouri Artists 42nd Spring Fine Arts Show. The MMA “Critters” display remains in the Community Center hallway throughout May for public viewing. more
Serious injuries in May 13 wreck more
WARRENSBURG — After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Secunda Club hosted its annual Salad Luncheon last month. The Club has consistently hosted the salad luncheon since 1982. more
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