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State Sen. Karla Eslinger will be Missouri’s next commissioner of education beginning in June, the State Board of Education announced during its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 5. more
WARRENSBURG – The University of Central Missouri’s Integrative Business Experience celebrated its 100th company with an event on Friday, Dec. 1 in the Elliott Student Union. more
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library recently expanded its groundbreaking preschool literacy program throughout Missouri. more
WARRENSBURG – More than two decades ago, the James C. Kirkpatrick Library at the University of Central Missouri was born. On Tuesday, Nov. 28, the now 24-year-old building hosted a ceremony to celebrate GivingTuesday and new modifications to the building. more
Colorful lights, music, holiday treats, shopping and more await members of the University of Central Missouri community when the university hosts the annual Holiday Market, Jingle on the Quad, First Lady’s Holiday Concert and other special events Nov. 29-30. All of these activities are free and open to the public. more
Demonstrating the power of philanthropic support, the University of Central Missouri will celebrate Giving Tuesday on Nov. 28 with the rededication of the James C. Kirkpatrick Library (JCKL) at the facility’s first floor Read and Relax area. The public is invited to attend the ceremony at noon to hear remarks by university leaders and check out state-of-the-art renovations that include modernized study and collaborative learning spaces, new study nooks, a wellness room, and soft furnishings made possible by the Koch Family Trust. more
WARRENSBURG – The theatre stage at Warrensburg High School will be transformed into the small fictional town of Bomont this week as students perform “Footloose.” more
The Warrensburg Schools Foundation hosted the 16th annual Dinner and Auction on Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Sandra Temple Elliott Ballroom in the Elliott Student Union at the University of Central Missouri. more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg Board of Education met for its penultimate meeting of the calendar year Tuesday, Nov. 14. more
Warrensburg Middle School announced the following students were named to the honor roll for the first quarter of the 2023-24 school year. more
“The Great Air Race: Glory, Tragedy and the Dawn of American Aviation” is a recent book by journalist and amateur pilot John Lancaster about America’s famous 1919 transcontinental air race. The story of that race has inspired a group of University of Central Missouri aviation students and their faculty advisor to develop a virtual re-creation of the groundbreaking, cross-country flight that captured the world’s attention over 100 years ago. The virtual re-creation is intended to bring renewed awareness to this piece of trailblazing American history while also raising funds to support student activities. more
WARRENSBURG – On Friday, Nov. 10, Warrensburg Middle School hosted an assembly in honor of Veterans Day. more
On Oct. 22, SMSgt. (Ret.) Timothy Newcomb, Knob Noster High School Aerospace Science instructor and a military veteran, was recognized as a Hometown Hero at the Kansas City Chiefs football game. more
WARRENSBURG – A classic fairy tale will take the stage in Warrensburg over the next two weekends as the University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance and UCM Music presents Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” in the Highlander Theatre. more
Tina Brown, a special education teacher at Knob Noster Middle School in the Knob Noster School District, received a $600 grant from the Central Region Missouri State Teachers Association. more
From high school basketball star to Olympic gold medalist and member of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) Hall of Fame, Chamique Holdsclaw has an inspiring story to share. But it’s not just about athletic stardom. It’s about personal struggles to manage mental health issues such as depression and a desire to help others do the same. more
With Veterans Day around the corner, several events and special offerings are planned to honor area veterans. more
More than 25 years of dedication to public service has led to regional recognition for Capt. Dan Othic, a longtime officer with the University of Central Missouri’s Department of Public Safety. He was recently honored as recipient of the Clarence M. Kelley Meritorious Service Award. more
Knob Noster High School’s Stealth Panther Robotics (SPR) Team 6424 competed in St. Louis on Saturday, Oct. 7 and won the 2023 Gateway Robotics Challenge (GRC). more
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