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Two questions and two propositions were up for debate Tuesday in the April 2 municipal election in Johnson County. The Warrensburg capital sales tax improvement question was the only measure that passed. Meanwhile, the Holden R-III School District’s Proposition K.I.T.S., the Knob Noster R-VIII School District’s Proposition K and the Holden general obligation bond question were all denied. more
The results are in for the 2024 April 2 municipal election. Out of 33,534 eligible voters, 3,608 ballots were cast, equalling a 10.76% voter turnout rate. This was a small increase from last year, when 3,257 ballots were cast among 32,630 voters, leading to a 9.98% voter turnout. more
Below are the results of contested races and ballot questions in the April 2 municipal election in Johnson County, according to unofficial results from the Johnson County Clerk’s Office. An asterisk denotes the winners. more
Holden woman hurt in Johnson County accident more
Fuller Center to host informational meetings more
Last month, local artists Sande Cromer and Rebecca Limback each earned awards for their art at the 46th Blue Springs Fine Art Show. more
Poet Kevin Prufer is set to begin his novel writing career with his first entry, “Sleepaway,” published by Acre Books, a haunting, frightening, and complex story set in a small town with similarities to Warrensburg. more
In its March plenary session, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors approved increases in student instructional tuition and general fees for academic year 2025 that were below the national rate of inflation. more
Kayla M. Sullivan, 35, was arrested on March 4 for a Platte County warrant, possession of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence after a traffic stop in the 700 block of East Hale Lake Road. She was transported to the Johnson County Jail. more
On Monday, April 1, the Missouri State Fair announced the seventh concert of the 2024 State Fair concert series. more
To have your event or meeting listed or changed, send details to hollyb@warrensburgstarjournal.com or call 660-747-8123. more
This year’s elections will result in some of the biggest changes in Missouri Senate membership since term limits took effect 20 years ago, with at least nine members exiting the chamber and primary challenges that could send four incumbents home. more
KNOB NOSTER – Knob Noster State Park is reopening its campgrounds April 15 after a $1 million restoration. more
SEDALIA — From zero to 1.5 million followers, JWebby, a competitive eater from Sydney, Australia, has excelled in social media since beginning his competition circuit in 2021. more
With the April 2 municipal election fast approaching, Johnson County Clerk Diane Thompson has some reminders via her social media for those still unaware of items on the ballot this year. more
Experience a timeless theatre classic as the University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance and UCM Music present William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” in the James L. Highlander Theatre at 7:30 p.m. March 28-30 and at 2 p.m. March 30-31. more
On Saturday, Feb. 24, Warrensburg Schools Foundation Board member Adam Sommer and Warrensburg R-VI teacher Amanda Bliss hosted a benefit concert at Magnolia Mercantile. more
Mid-Missouri Artists hosting art display more
Bruce McNeel, of Knob Noster, received the Sons of the American Revolution Gold Medal and Certificate in recognition of his participation in the 250th anniversary of the American Revolution recognition program. more
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