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WARRENSBURG — The 14th annual Warrensburg Schools Foundation Dinner and Auction was highlighted by seven new Founding Fifty pledges. The annual event was Saturday, Nov. 13, in the ballroom … more
Minor injuries reported in Nov. 14 wreck Two people are reported to have minor injuries from a single-vehicle wreck Nov. 14 on 251 Road at Route PP. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the … more
WARRENSBURG — Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler and Maj. Eric Hulshizer were guest speakers at the Veterans Day program Thursday, Nov. 11, hosted by the American Legion Matthews-Crawford Post 131 in … more
SEDALIA — Former Fox 4 anchor Mark Alford stopped in Sedalia Tuesday to campaign for Congress, joining state Rep. Sara Walsh, former Boone County Clerk Taylor Burks and cattle farmer Kalena … more
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft has announced changes to opening and closing dates for candidate filing for the April 5, 2022, General Municipal Election. Candidate filing for the General … more
WARRENSBURG — A young orphan named Buddy mistakenly crawls into Santa's bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole in “Elf: The Musical,” presented by UCM Theatre and … more
WARRENSBURG — The Johnson County Fire Protection District placed three new fire engines, three new tankers and a new rescue truck in service during the past several months.  The KME … more
WARRENSBURG — Two University of Central Missouri students captured second place overall after collecting two first-place awards and one second-place award in specific categories during the 2021 … more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg City Council heard a presentation from Craig Schorling, vice president of Transmap Corporation, on the results of a pavement condition survey  at the Monday, Nov. 8, meeting.  more
PETTIS COUNTY — Bob Karbinas of southern Pettis County became disabled in a farming accident 30 years ago. “This arm got caught in a power takeoff shaft on a spreader about 30 years … more
WARRENSBURG — National STEAM Day, observed Nov. 8 each year, brings attention to the ways students are learning about the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, art and … more
SEDALIA — Downtown Sedalia gained a sweet new shop last week that takes one back to simpler, uncomplicated times. Stepping into Lolly’s Candy Shop at 702 S. Ohio Ave. is like stepping … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — The Knob Noster, Warrensburg and Crest Ridge school districts were named in a list included in the October issue of Ingram’s.  Ingram’s listed schools in … more
The Missouri State Highway patrol reports one person is dead from a two-vehicle collision Nov. 5 on Highway 13 at Route H.  MSHP reports the wreck occurred when a 2005 International, driven … more
WARRENSBURG — Self-proclaimed hippie and Mayor of Warrensburg Scott Holmberg suffered through a new haircut for the cause of raising funds for RISE Community Services.  Holmberg’s … more
Alex R. Elliott, 36, was arrested Sept. 27 on a Johnson County warrant.  Travis M. Gutridge, 41, was arrested Sept. 27 on a warrant in another jurisdiction.  Robert J. Graff, 33, was … more
Serious, minor injuries reported in Oct. 29 wreckOne person is reported to have serious injuries and one person is reported to have minor injuries from a two-vehicle wreck Oct. 29 on Highway 50 and … more
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The Missouri Press Association inducted Warrensburg resident, Jack “Miles” Ventimiglia, into Missouri Newspaper’s Hall of Fame on Sept. 24. Ventimiglia … more
WARRENSBURG — The Planning and Zoning Commission approved the Copper Ridge preliminary plat Monday, Nov. 1, after revisions were made by the developers.  Copper Ridge Copper Ridge is … more
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