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WARRENSBURG — The inaugural Joy of Sharing Gala will emphasize the impact of Journey Home for those in need.  The gala will begin at 6 p.m. Dec. 18 at the White Rose Pavilion, 107 Ming … more
WARRENSBURG — With more than 900 students expected to participate, the University of Central Missouri will celebrate its 2021 Fall Commencement exercises with four ceremonies the weekend of … more
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE — The Whiteman Area Leadership Council has been awarded a grant for a housing study by the Military Community Reinvestment Grant Program. The $30,750 grant will pay for … more
WARRENSBURG — After opening in May, owner Jessie Yarborough celebrated her new business, Parlour Seven, with a Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on Thursday afternoon. Parlour … more
WARRENSBURG — After five years with the City of Warrensburg, Rich Lockhart has accepted a position as the chief of police in Lawrence, Kansas.  Lockhart’s last day with the city … more
WARRENSBURG — Growing up, the late Bruce Reed often frequented the area of West Gay Street and North Main Street.  Sometimes, he’d visit the Old Davis Store to purchase … more
WARRENSBURG — Beginning Monday, Dec. 13, all branches of Trails Regional Library will move into COVID Level Two. Branches will continue to be open with full service, full staff and regular … more
WARRENSBURG — The Western Missouri Medical Center Foundation is hosting the  annual Fire & Ice fundraising event 6-10 p.m. Jan. 28 at Milestones Barn, 380 Highway Business 13, with the … more
WARRENSBURG — The Planning and Zoning Commission voted 3-2 to approve a request to rezone the lot, located at 618 W. Clark St., during the Monday, Dec. 6, meeting.  The request is to … more
SEDALIA — Studio A Dance Conservatory’s annual Nutcracker ballet is branching out this season to include a local celebrity dancer, four Sedalia Fire Department firefighters and tea at the … more
SEDALIA — Christmas is often seen as a time of miracles, hope and goodwill. A time when the most unlikely and wonderful occurrences can happen. In 2019, a chance meeting of two Sedalia … more
  Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some meetings may be canceled or postponed. Please call the organization for information on cancellations.  To have your event or … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Offices within the Johnson County government are participating in a friendly competition, ushering in holiday cheer and some early voting practice.  County offices in … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Filing for county, municipal and school board elected positions open Tuesday, Dec. 7, and will close Dec. 28 for the Municipal Election, scheduled for April … more
WARRENSBURG — Floats and vehichicles, including a firetruck and ambulance, covered in string lights and decorations were part of the annual Holiday Parade on Friday, Dec. 3, in Downtown … more
WARRENSBURG — Chief Rich Lockhart resigned from his position with Warrensburg Police Department to accept the police chief role in Lawrence, Kansas.  Lockhart has served the City of … more
WARRENSBURG — The Johnson County Ambulance District Training Center has been training emergency medication technicians since 2002 but is gearing up to graduate its first class of paramedics in … more
SEDALIA — Renovations are underway for the historic Main Gate on the Missouri State Fairgrounds with funds provided by the Missouri Bicentennial Commission. MSF Director Mark Wolfe announced … more
SEDALIA — The Big Cheeze is a food trailer aiming to make mouths water across mid-Missouri. Recently purchased by Carrie Vaughn, The Big Cheeze was parked along South Ohio Avenue in downtown … more
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