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SEDALIA — Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses announced it is expanding its $100 million Investment in Rural Communities program to Missouri. more
WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg Board of Education met for its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 20. more
WARRENSBURG – Members of the African American Heritage Association and the Diversity Equity and Inclusion organization from Whiteman Air Force Base hosted a hair seminar on Feb. 21. more
WARRENSBURG – Longtime sportswriter Sally Jenkins visited the University of Central Missouri on Wednesday, Feb. 21, to speak on her 20-plus years of experience in the field and her latest book. more
KNOB NOSTER – Music has been at the center of Bill Lane’s life from a young age. With his pianist and violinist mother, Mary Laurie, and singer father, Spencer, music was almost a given in the household. more
WARRENSBURG – Daryl Parsons has taken on the pastor position at the Warrensburg Church of Christ, 722 S. Maguire St. more
Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct the date of the ribbon cutting. more
JOHNSON COUNTY — The April 2 Municipal Election is now six weeks away, which means it’s time for absentee voting to begin. more
Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct the student's name in the photo captions. more
Although it has felt like spring the last several weeks, Missouri is in the middle of the winter season. With potential snow in the Friday, Feb. 16 forecast, the Missouri State Highway Patrol has provided safety tips for driving in winter weather. more
KNOB NOSTER – TRIAD AFJROTC CyberPatriot team Komputer Kernels will return to the CyberPatriot National Finals in March in Bethesda, Maryland, hoping to come away with the crown that got away from them last year. more
Wednesday, Feb. 14, a team of Sedalia realtors drove to the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade in Kansas City. more
WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg Area Career Center will move its Construction Technologies program to a new building. more
WARRENSBURG – Roger Coleman never got to meet his father-in-law face-to-face. more
WARRENSBURG – The Photo Gym, 604 N. Maguire St. in Warrensburg, will close its retail store with a tentative date of April 30. more
SEDALIA — Several local women are making a difference for military veterans and enlisted personnel by donating their time to sew specialized patriotic quilts through the Quilts of Valor Foundation. more
WARRENSBURG – Mia Kim’s career has taken her to places she wouldn’t have believed growing up. Traveling to places like Greece, Spain and Serbia for work, Kim, the University of Central Missouri Piano Area Coordinator and Director of the Community Music Program, could only dream of going to some of these places. more
WARRENSBURG – RISE Community Services’ RISE Racks Thrift Store is relocating to downtown Warrensburg, 125 N. Holden St., on May 1. more
Editor's note: This article has been updated to include new information made available Thursday, Feb. 8. more
JOHNSON COUNTY – Marvin Hill Jr. was sentenced to 15 years in prison after being found guilty on four separate counts in regards to the 2020 murder of 29-year-old Joseph B. Campbell. more
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