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Holden man arrested for DWI after accident more
Mid-Missouri Artists to host local artist for April program more
WARRENSBURG — The University of Central Missouri has launched a new online cannabis certificate training program after partnering with educator Green Flower. more
Despite growing tensions between elected officials nationwide and the media, Missouri lawmakers are looking to educate students on media and digital literacy through a new pilot program. more
University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance and UCM Music will present Duke Ellington’s “Sacred Concert” at the James L. Highlander Theatre at 7:30 p.m. April 18-20 and at 2 p.m. April 21. more
Three initiative campaigns say they are on track to submit signatures that would put measures to legalize abortion and sports wagering, and to increase the minimum wage, on Missouri’s ballot this year. more
Donovan Hoyes, a junior accounting major from Sweet Springs, has received the top honor in an annual program that recognizes exemplary student employees at the University of Central Missouri. Hoyes received the Student Employee of the Year award in the ceremony conducted on April 8 by UCM’s Office of Human Resources. more
During the 2023-24 school year, Central Bank visited multiple schools in the Warrensburg area. Most recently, the bank hosted a Reality Check at Crest Ridge High School. more
To have your event or meeting listed or changed, send details to hollyb@warrensburgstarjournal.com or call 660-747-8123. more
Upcoming local blood drives more
Arandon E. McConnell, 20, was arrested on March 19 for shoplifting from a business in the 300 block of East Cooper Boulevard. Asset Protection reported that a known male subject stole $298 worth of merchandise. He was arrested and transported to the Warrensburg Police Department, processed and released. more
SEDALIA — Brooke Wilkens is the new Executive Director of Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri. more
On Tuesday, April 9, Susan Klein, the executive director of Missouri Right to Life, spoke to the Sedalia Democrat about the controversial "Right to Reproductive Freedom Initiative" petition. more
Moving into its fourth season, the Arrow Rock Readers Theatre Series will open this year on Saturday, May 4, with a presentation of the "Consummate Showman." more
WARRENSBURG – As the moon passed over the sun on Monday, April 8, it offered millions of American viewers the opportunity to see a total solar eclipse for the first time since 2017. From Mexico, to Missouri, to Cleveland and New York, eyes turned toward the skies as the path of totality peaked all across North America. more
WARRENSBURG — Owners Earl and Susan Walls are set to begin their 30th year of owning and operating the Central Missouri Speedway with their first races of the season on April 20. more
The University of Central Missouri has been included as a subaward recipient for the De-Escalation Training through Active Learning (DeTAL) Assessment and Research Center initiative through Western Illinois University’s (WIU) Psychology Department. The cooperative agreement is made possible through the United States Department of Justice's Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Office to help develop this cutting-edge virtual training center. more
WARRENSBURG – Gov. Mike Parson began his week-long trip around the state on Monday, April 8, first stopping in Warrensburg to tour the University of Central Missouri and sign copies of his book “No Turnin’ Back - G57.” more
Main Street to host Prom Parade more
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