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JOHNSON COUNTY — The Johnson County Fire Protection District recently opened and commenced operations from its newly constructed Station 4 building at 85 NE Highway D near Knob Noster. more
WARRENSBURG — After purchasing the old JV Saloon building at 109 W. Culton St. in downtown Warrensburg, business partners Lee Rhoades and Teri Smith decided to open a business inspired by the saloon. more
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Claycomo resident injured in Sept. 11 wreck more
WARRENSBURG — Reza, an illusionist, is bringing his world-class tour to Warrensburg next month. more
The largest utility in western Missouri has requested permission to allow customers to opt out of controversial time-of-use pricing plans imposed by state regulators. more
The Warrensburg chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met Friday, Sept. 8 at RISE Café with 27 persons attending. more
WARRENSBURG — Recovery Lighthouse hosted its 18th annual National Recovery Month celebration on Tuesday, Sept. 12. more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg City Council recognized the week of Sept. 10-16 as Water and Wastewater Professionals Week at the Monday, Sept. 11 City Council meeting. more
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WARRENSBURG – The University of Central Missouri, along with the Warrensburg community, celebrated the opening of the new Skyhaven Aviation Center at the Max. B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday afternoon, Sept. 8. more
Warrensburg man killed in Henry County collision more
Nolan J. Connelly, 19, was arrested on Aug. 14 on a warrant. more
SEDALIA — Cancer Perks will host its seventh annual Rock the Runway fundraiser on Sunday, Sept. 17, at The Venue in downtown Sedalia. more
A new Stateline analysis shows that U.S. residents under 40 were relatively unscathed by COVID-19 in the pandemic but fell victim to another killer: accidental drug overdose deaths. more
U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona made stops in Kansas and Missouri Tuesday as part of a multi-state tour, labeling internet access “the new pencil” as he discussed the government’s efforts to expand broadband connectivity. more
KNOB NOSTER — Jennifer McCall of Jennifer Tru Photography is opening her first photography studio in Knob Noster. more
Warrensburg woman injured in Sept. 1 wreck more
SEDALIA — A first for Sedalia, it will host the 2023 Missouri Women in Agriculture Conference, sponsored by the Central Region Committee, from Sept. 18-20. more
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