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On the April 2 municipal election ballot, residents will be asked to vote on several tax questions and propositions. more
In his final address to a joint session of the Missouri General Assembly, Gov. Mike Parson on Wednesday pointed to outlawing abortion, increasing infrastructure spending and appointing five statewide office holders as the legacy of his six years in office. more
An audit accusing his office of illegally withholding information and failing to document withdrawal from a national elections clearinghouse is a “deep state” political attack, Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft told reporters Tuesday. more
WARRENSBURG – Warrensburg business owner and community supporter Cliff Harris died Monday, Jan. 8 of pancreatic cancer. He was 63. more

Certified Arborist Chris Rippey, of Sedalia, offers suggestions on winter tree care. 

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WARRENSBURG – The Salvation Army Thrift Store, 125 N. Holden St. in downtown Warrensburg, will officially close its doors on Jan. 31. more
Earlier this month, the University of Central Missouri introduced two new exhibitions taking place at the UCM Art Center Gallery. “Empowered by Design,” an exhibition produced by Kansas State University Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture & Industrial Design Scott Barton, and “Second Nature,” which highlights the artistic processes of a Missouri sculptor, Gary Staab, both opened for viewing on Jan. 8 and are available until Feb. 1. more
WARRENSBURG – As the freezing temperatures continue to affect the city of Warrensburg, some students and staff from the University of Central Missouri will seek refuge in Des Moines, Iowa. Although the temperatures more than 200 miles north will remain similar to those on the UCM campus, UCM Theatre and Dance is happy to make the trip as it prepares to perform at the 2024 Region V Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) in Des Moines. more
WARRENSBURG - The Warrensburg Convention and Visitors Bureau met for its first quarterly board meeting of 2024 on Thursday, Jan. 12. more

Back in the 2024 Missouri legislative session, Rep. Rodger Reedy pushes bill to depreciate vehicles and save constituents on personal property taxes.

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WARRENSBURG – Jamie DeBacker stepped into the role of Executive Director of Warrensburg Main Street on Jan. 2. more

The Sedalia Spay and Neuter Clinic is on a mission to reduce pet overpopulation through it's low cost pet altering services.

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The first snowfall of 2024 will be quickly followed by a second, with snow in the forecast again this week. more
WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at the American Legion, 733 E. Young Ave. more
JOHNSON COUNTY – With the first few snowfalls of the season, the Johnson County Emergency Management Agency staff shared information on how to prepare for this winter. more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Bringing in the new year, Johnson County Presiding Commissioner Troy Matthews celebrated his one-year anniversary since he stepped into the role. Taking over the vacant seat left by former commissioner Densil Allen Jr., Matthews officially got into office on Jan. 1, 2023. A year later, Matthews talked with the Star-Journal about getting used to the position, helping the county, and what he hopes to accomplish in his remaining three years. more
JOHNSON COUNTY – The new Missouri legislative session began Wednesday, Jan. 3, and state Rep. Dan Houx, R-Warrensburg, said many bills were pre-filed. more
Johnson County is under a Winter Weather Advisory until 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 9, as issued by the National Weather Service, and another winter storm could possibly be just around the corner. more
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