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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
WARRENSBURG – Bruce Uhler was sworn in as Warrensburg Mayor at the Warrensburg City Council bimonthly meeting on Monday, April 8. The council also swore in candidate Suzy Latare to a three-year term, while former mayor Jim Kushner returned to a city council member position. more
SEDALIA - As the partial eclipse slowly dropped the Moon’s shadow on Sedalia, people began stepping out of their offices into a strange darkness at midday. more
SEDALIA — On Friday, April 5, members of Planned Parenthood, the Missourians for Constitutional Freedom, the Sedalia Democrat Club, and volunteers gathered in front of Bazoo Books to collect signatures for the "Right to Reproductive Freedom Initiative" petition. more
WARRENSBURG – On Friday, March 29, the City of Warrensburg announced via Facebook that the mulberry tree at 205 N. Maguire St. would have to be removed due to its unhealthy state and the property owner ordering its removal immediately. more
WARRENSBURG – After close to 60 years since it first opened its doors, Swisher’s hardware store is being sold, with its storefront changing ownership on April 8. more
Two questions and two propositions were up for debate Tuesday in the April 2 municipal election in Johnson County. The Warrensburg capital sales tax improvement question was the only measure that passed. Meanwhile, the Holden R-III School District’s Proposition K.I.T.S., the Knob Noster R-VIII School District’s Proposition K and the Holden general obligation bond question were all denied. more
The results are in for the 2024 April 2 municipal election. Out of 33,534 eligible voters, 3,608 ballots were cast, equalling a 10.76% voter turnout rate. This was a small increase from last year, when 3,257 ballots were cast among 32,630 voters, leading to a 9.98% voter turnout. more
Below are the results of contested races and ballot questions in the April 2 municipal election in Johnson County, according to unofficial results from the Johnson County Clerk’s Office. An asterisk denotes the winners. more
Last month, local artists Sande Cromer and Rebecca Limback each earned awards for their art at the 46th Blue Springs Fine Art Show. more
Poet Kevin Prufer is set to begin his novel writing career with his first entry, “Sleepaway,” published by Acre Books, a haunting, frightening, and complex story set in a small town with similarities to Warrensburg. more
This year’s elections will result in some of the biggest changes in Missouri Senate membership since term limits took effect 20 years ago, with at least nine members exiting the chamber and primary challenges that could send four incumbents home. more
KNOB NOSTER – Knob Noster State Park is reopening its campgrounds April 15 after a $1 million restoration. more
With the April 2 municipal election fast approaching, Johnson County Clerk Diane Thompson has some reminders via her social media for those still unaware of items on the ballot this year. more
Earlier this month, the Johnson County Fire Protection District introduced its newest firefighter, David Arreola, who will be serving out of Station 4 in Knob Noster. more
WARRENSBURG – The Heart Care of Warrensburg celebrated its opening on Monday, March 27, with a ribbon cutting ceremony put on by the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce. more
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