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Being a military spouse, Monica Mitcheltree, 38, never knows how long her family will be in a community. Despite this, Mitcheltree and her family get involved in almost every aspect of each community. more
The W-K Corral was packed with cowboys, saloon girls and barkeeps during Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri’s fifth annual Casino Night, presented by The W-K Family of Dealerships, hosted Oct. 12. The Tombstone-themed event raised nearly $20,000 for Club programs and included blackjack, craps, roulette, and more. more
WARRENSBURG – A local elected official is entering the race for the Missouri House of Representatives 54th District in 2024. more
A local group of volunteers is stepping up to ensure Christmas happens for Johnson County families in need. more
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after an unknown man was reported in a Johnson County residence earlier this week. more
Odessa trucker hurt in Johnson County accident more
The University of Central Missouri’s 2023 Homecoming celebration this weekend includes an awards dinner Friday, Oct. 20 honoring six outstanding Distinguished Alumni. more
Missouri’s proposed social-emotional learning standards are being refined to focus on student behavior after the State Board of Education reviewed over 1,800 public comments on the program. more
With the theme, “Peace, Love and Mules,” opportunities abound for University of Central Missouri students and alumni to get their groove on while showing their UCM spirit during the 2023 Homecoming celebration Friday and Saturday, Oct. 20-21. This busy weekend includes an awards dinner honoring six outstanding Distinguished Alumni, Party in the Park, the annual Homecoming parade and Mules football game. more
Missouri’s board of education will decide Tuesday whether to implement social emotional learning standards for K-12 students. more
WARRENSBURG – Usually covered in red and black to support the Mules, the University of Central Missouri Multipurpose Center was decked out in pink on Thursday evening, Oct. 12 for Western Missouri Medical Center’s annual Ladies’ Night Out. more
The freezing of property tax assessments for Missourians 62 and older looks, at best, fuzzy. more
To have your event or meeting listed or changed, send details to news@warrensburgstarjournal.com or call 660-747-8123. more
The Warrensburg chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met Friday, Oct. 13 at RISE Café with 23 persons attending. more
SEDALIA — Missouri Assistive Technology has donated $5,000 to WILS (West-Central Independent Living Solutions) for the purchase of demonstration equipment. WILS and Missouri Assistive Technology are collaborating to broaden access to new and helpful products promising to help people manage living independently. more
Missouri House Speaker Dean Plocher ended months of speculation about his political future Wednesday, officially announcing his candidacy for lieutenant governor. more
A recent ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the renovation of The Ozark Dining Facility at Whiteman Air Force Base not only introduced base personnel and guests to updates on an important food service center, but recognized the partnership between University of Central Missouri students and faculty members who helped make the vision for this redesign project a reality. more
SEDALIA — Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 10, Burrell Behavioral Health hosted a groundbreaking for its new Sedalia clinic at 1801 W. Main St. more
Holden woman in serious condition after truck hits buggy more
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