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Missouri Department of Economic Development releases survey
JOHNSON COUNTY— The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) has sent out a survey requesting the public's feedback about the Draft Copy of the Community Revitalization Grant Program …
City Council approves retail consulting agreement with Retail Strategies
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg City Council voted to allow city staff to execute a consulting services agreement with Retail Strategies, LLC for retail recruitment services at the Monday, June …
Fourth of July activities planned across the area
There are plenty of area activities happening over the next week in celebration of the Fourth of July. To have your event added to this list, email …
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Buckeye Acres Produce offers refreshing variety to Farmers’ Market

WARRENSBURG — As the summer continues to roll on in Warrensburg, so does the Warrensburg Farmers’ Market. The next legacy vendor to be spotlighted is Buckeye Acres Produce, a local farm …

Community Calendar for June 28 through July 4

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 meeting …

Police reports -- June 28

Vincent L. Cunningham, 57, was arrested on June 1 after officers responded to a report of theft in the 1000 block of Northeast 75 Road. Cunningham was arrested on charges of stealing - $750 or more - …
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MIAA extends Racy’s contract, restructures office

Mike Racy’s stint as MIAA Commissioner will continue through at least 2026.  The MIAA approved the extension of Racy’s contract during a recent MIAA CEO Council meeting. Racy has …

Jennies bowling receives GLVC academic honors

Jennies bowling received several academic recognitions from the Great Lakes Valley Conference for classroom performance during the 2021-22 school year.  Ten Central Missouri Bowlers picked up …

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Sue’s Custom Crafts continue traditions at Warrensburg Farmers’ Market

WARRENSBURG – As another Saturday came and went, so did Warrensburg Main Street’s Farmers’ Market. The Farmers’ Market also featured yet another legacy vendor, Sue Muzzillo of …

Veteran-owned ice cream truck now serving Johnson County

JOHNSON COUNTY— There is a new ice cream truck hitting the streets of Johnson County. Veteran Jeffery Cumbie and his 5-year-old daughter have recently opened up the Sweet Treats Ice Cream …

Knob Noster Open Air Market improves community

KNOB NOSTER — While the Warrensburg Farmers’ Market continues to serve Warrensburg over the summer, the Knob Noster Open Air Market is also serving its own community.  The Knob …
Police & Crash Reports
One person is reported to have moderate injuries from a two-vehicle wreck June 22 on westbound Highway 50 east of Highway 131.  The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the wreck occurred …
Jacob R. Stagl, 37, was arrested on May 24 after officers responded to reports of trespassing in the 600 block of North Maguire Street. Stagl was arrested on a charge of trespassing. Stagl was …
Minor injuries reported in June 16 wreck One person is reported to have minor injuries from a two-vehicle wreck June 16 on Route C and West 216th Street.  The Missouri State Highway Patrol …
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Calling all fathers

I know that by the time you read this article, Father’s Day will be over, but I still felt compelled not only to wish you a happy Father’s Day, but to speak to the issue of fatherlessness …

Trying to tackle the burnout

In October, I wrote a column titled “Feeling the burnout, big time.” It’s not uncommon for me to get feedback about some of the columns I write, but by far, that one received the …

Helping plants beat mid-Missouri heat

The heat of a mid-Missouri summer is hard on people and plants. Staying hydrated is important for both and protection from midday sun helps also.  Not only are we experiencing very high …
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