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WARRENSBURG – It’s not very often that a school celebrates a century in one location. But on Thursday afternoon, May 2, Martin Warren Elementary School will celebrate hitting the century mark with an assembly and open house for the community. more
WARRENSBURG – Despite the raining cats, dogs, and everything else in between on Friday, April 26, hungry members of the community made the trek to the annual community update breakfast hosted by the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. more
WARRENSBURG – With opioid overdoses becoming more common in today’s world, the City of Warrensburg and the University of Central Missouri have decided to take action, partnering together to provide Naloxone across the school’s campus. more
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg High School students will be bringing a classic 1980s film to the theatre stage this week with their production of “Steel Magnolias.” more
WARRENSBURG — Earlier this year, the University of Central Missouri Concert Choir had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to Europe to perform in the Baltic States of Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia. more
WARRENSBURG – Last week, the Johnson County Central Dispatch took its first steps in the overhaul of its older radio system with a groundbreaking ceremony for the Warrensburg Tower on Tuesday, April 16. more
A true sign that summer is on its way, the Warrensburg Farmers’ Market will host its annual Moonlight Market on Saturday, April 27, followed by the first Saturday of the regular season on Saturday, May 4. more
WARRENSBURG – Warrensburg dog lovers all gathered Saturday, April 20 at the Old Drum Animal Shelter to celebrate its Barks and Beats festival that sought to raise awareness and funds for future endeavors at the shelter. more
WARRENSBURG – Warrensburg Main Street and the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce combined efforts Saturday for their fourth annual Beer, Wine, & Spirit Stroll in the downtown area. more
WARRENSBURG — A project built on relationships, the University of Central Missouri held a ceremony celebrating the completion of the Harbert Collegiate Golf Center on Saturday, April 20. more
SEDALIA — Warrensburg artist Jo Narron is the April artist-in-residence or A.I.R. at the Hayden Liberty Center this month. more
WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg Church of the Brethren is set to complete a community labyrinth aimed at giving a meditative and peaceful experience. more
WARRENSBURG — The University of Central Missouri has launched a new online cannabis certificate training program after partnering with educator Green Flower. more
Three initiative campaigns say they are on track to submit signatures that would put measures to legalize abortion and sports wagering, and to increase the minimum wage, on Missouri’s ballot this year. more
SEDALIA — Brooke Wilkens is the new Executive Director of Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri. more
On Tuesday, April 9, Susan Klein, the executive director of Missouri Right to Life, spoke to the Sedalia Democrat about the controversial "Right to Reproductive Freedom Initiative" petition. more
WARRENSBURG – As the moon passed over the sun on Monday, April 8, it offered millions of American viewers the opportunity to see a total solar eclipse for the first time since 2017. From Mexico, to Missouri, to Cleveland and New York, eyes turned toward the skies as the path of totality peaked all across North America. more
WARRENSBURG — Owners Earl and Susan Walls are set to begin their 30th year of owning and operating the Central Missouri Speedway with their first races of the season on April 20. more
WARRENSBURG – Gov. Mike Parson began his week-long trip around the state on Monday, April 8, first stopping in Warrensburg to tour the University of Central Missouri and sign copies of his book “No Turnin’ Back - G57.” more
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