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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
Moving into its fourth season, the Arrow Rock Readers Theatre Series will open this year on Saturday, May 4, with a presentation of the "Consummate Showman." 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
The University of Central Missouri has been included as a subaward recipient for the De-Escalation Training through Active Learning (DeTAL) Assessment and Research Center initiative through Western Illinois University’s (WIU) Psychology Department. The cooperative agreement is made possible through the United States Department of Justice's Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Office to help develop this cutting-edge virtual training center. 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
Main Street to host Prom Parade 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
A Warrensburg man has been arrested on felony and misdemeanor charges, including for allegedly assaulting law enforcement during the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. more
Driver arrested for DWI after crash more
SEDALIA — A benefit dinner and auction for the Jay and Lynn Hurt family is slated for Saturday, April 13, at the Pork House on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. more
Projects ranging from replacing aging water pipe to water treatment plant upgrades are planned to be completed within the next year as Missouri American Water continues to identify and invest in improvements to upgrade its water system in Warrensburg. more
Perhaps no plant brightens a shady area more than hosta, said University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. The hardy perennial that thrives in shade is low-maintenance and easy to grow. more
West Central Electric Cooperative announced that three area high school students are preparing to pack their bags for a week in Washington, D.C., following the 2024 Rural Electric Youth Tour finals hosted April 3. 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
Khaniah S. Woodson, 18, was arrested on March 11 for stealing at a business in the 300 block of Cooper Boulevard. An employee from the business reported that they had a female subject in the office who failed to pay for multiple items, passing the last point of sale. She was transported to the Warrensburg Police Department, processed and released. more
To have your event or meeting listed or changed, send details to hollyb@warrensburgstarjournal.com or call 660-747-8123. more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg Police Department is investigating a reported attempted abduction of a juvenile that occurred in the morning of Thursday, April 8, according to a WPD Facebook post. more
Mark Pearce to present ‘Warrensburg’s Musical Legacy’ more
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