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WARRENSBURG — The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for emergency use by both the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control for children ages 5 to … more
WARRENSBURG — The annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner will take place 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Nov. 25 at the First United Methodist Church Family Life Center, 141 E. Gay St.  This will … more
WARRENSBURG 一 In its plenary session Oct. 29, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors voted to amend the design-build contract for construction of the new terminal and education … more
WARRENSBURG — After some big and small changes, Warrensburg Main Street plans to continue the new Downtown Spooktacular event.  Downtown Spooktacular was Saturday, Oct. 30, and was … more
City Manager Danielle Dulin, center, and her husband, Mike, right, chat with members of the Warrensburg Area Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, Nov. 2, at Heroes Restaurant and Pub, 107 W. Pine St. … more
SEDALIA — Art walks are returning to downtown Sedalia in November with an indoor venue at Lamy’s.  NoBro organizers Dustin Schmidt and Lucas Richardson partnered with Lynsie … more
WARRENSBURG — With Halloween barely in the rearview mirror, it’s time for the Johnson County Angel to begin preparing for Christmas. The annual holiday assistance program is now in its … more
WARRENSBURG — Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Johnson County was named a recipient of funding during the last round of awards for 2021 for the West Central Electric Round Up … more
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE — Maj. Mike “Vago” Hilkert received the Distinguished Flying Cross with a “V” device for valor in a ceremony Oct. 2 on Whiteman Air Force … more
WARRENSBURG — Sen. Denny Hoskins attended the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors meeting Friday, Oct. 29, providing an update on current legislation that could affect the … more
WARRENSBURG — The University of Missouri Extension in Johnson County is offering a four session “Boost Your Brain & Memory: Brain Fitness Class” beginning Dec. 6 at the … more
KNOB NOSTER — In the last two months, Knob Noster has gained two new businesses, Tilted Axe Throwing and Lost Art Taproom. Tilted Axe Throwing The axe-throwing craze has hit Johnson … more
WARRENSBURG — The National Transportation Safety Board has released a report regarding a fatal plane crash that occurred Oct. 3 north of Warrensburg.  The report states an unregistered … more
Erin D. Moore, 52, of Concordia, plead guilty mid-October in Johnson County Circuit Court to a class D felony charge of stealing - $750 or more and was placed on five years supervised probation with … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Each year Johnson County 4-H takes the opportunity to recognize outstanding 4-H members and volunteers.  The annual 4-H Recognition Banquet was Oct. 18 at the Johnson … more
The Martin Warren Chapter, Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution (MOSSAR),  performed a Patriot Grandson Grave Marking Ceremony on Oct. 16 in honor of Dr. Joel H. Warren, grandson of … more
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Public Service Commission’s Cold Weather Rule, designed to help customers with heat-related utility bills, begins on Nov. 1 and will remain in effect … more
WARRENSBURG — The Western Missouri Medical Center (WMMC) Foundation announced it has officially raised more than $1 million after just four years of fundraising. The milestone comes after … more
WARRENSBURG — Independence resident Phillip (Phil) B. Roberts has gifted $1 million to the University of Central Missouri Alumni Foundation that will be used to establish the Phil Roberts … more
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