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Residents of some Midwestern and Mountain states gained the most income per capita during the past four years, a Stateline analysis shows, as competition for workers drove up wages in relatively affordable places to live. more
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission can give employees big raises to cut job turnover and attract new workers, a Cole County judge ruled Tuesday. more
Tina Brown, a special education teacher at Knob Noster Middle School in the Knob Noster School District, received a $600 grant from the Central Region Missouri State Teachers Association. more
Western Missouri Medical Center’s advanced cardiology clinic, Heart Care of Warrensburg, is now open and providing advanced cardiac care to the Warrensburg community and surrounding areas. more
Pleasant Valley woman hurt in US 50 deer strike more
The MFA Oil Foundation has awarded a grant to the Johnson County Adult Literacy Program to assist with purchasing office equipment to support the tutoring program. more
SEDALIA — Monday afternoon, Oct. 30, Missouri State Treasurer Vivek Malik stopped by the Pettis County Courthouse to talk about the MOBUCK$ low-interest loan program with local leaders. more
From high school basketball star to Olympic gold medalist and member of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) Hall of Fame, Chamique Holdsclaw has an inspiring story to share. But it’s not just about athletic stardom. It’s about personal struggles to manage mental health issues such as depression and a desire to help others do the same. more
With Veterans Day around the corner, several events and special offerings are planned to honor area veterans. more
More than 25 years of dedication to public service has led to regional recognition for Capt. Dan Othic, a longtime officer with the University of Central Missouri’s Department of Public Safety. He was recently honored as recipient of the Clarence M. Kelley Meritorious Service Award. more
Callis, a full-service marketing and advertising agency in Sedalia, announced the addition of Neely Humphrey, Andrew Stallcup and Seth Brunkhorst to the team. Each brings unique skills and experiences to the agency and will help clients build their brands and their businesses. more
To have your event or meeting listed or changed, send details to news@warrensburgstarjournal.com or call 660-747-8123. more
A Warrensburg man has been charged after a juvenile was shot over the weekend. more
St. Louis County Prosecutor Westley Bell has decided to abandon his run for the U.S. Senate and will instead challenge incumbent U.S. Rep. Cori Bush in the Democratic primary. more
Knob Noster High School’s Stealth Panther Robotics (SPR) Team 6424 competed in St. Louis on Saturday, Oct. 7 and won the 2023 Gateway Robotics Challenge (GRC). more
SEDALIA — Dr. Lara Briseno Kenney came to the Midwest originally for medical school. more
WARRENSBURG – After 40 years serving seniors in West Central Missouri, Executive Director Diana Hoemann is retiring from Care Connection for Aging Services. more
As the City of Warrensburg continues to make progress on the Maguire Street Corridor Project, residents are invited to a Rethink Maguire visioning workshop next week. more
Kingsville teen injured in Johnson County accident more
SEDALIA — Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey stopped through Sedalia on Friday, Oct. 20, first stopping at the Pettis County Courthouse and then addressing Pettis County Pachyderm Club members at the Heckart Community Center in Sedalia. more
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