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SEDALIA — Sedalia has lost one of its biggest advocates of the area business community, and the Sedalia Democrat has lost a team member. more
On Wednesday, March 20, the Missouri State Fair announced the fourth concert of the 2024 State Fair concert series. more
Amaudric L. Frazier was arrested on Sunday, March 17, and taken into custody by the Warrensburg Police Department, according to a press release on the WPD Facebook page. more
Efforts continued Thursday to move legislation forward that would allow employers, child care providers and families a tax credit in a push to expand access to child care in Missouri. more
Mizzou Fall 2023 Graduates more
WMMC to host ECHO Camp for high school students more
David J. Bates, 48, was arrested on Feb. 19 for driving with a revoked license. He was booked and released from the Warrensburg Police Department on a summons for driving while revoked. more
Two candidates are running for the Holden City Council Ward 3 seat, a two-year term, in the 2024 Municipal Election on April 2. more
WARRENSBURG – Last week, a residential garage and two vehicles were destroyed around 8 p.m. Sunday, March 10 during an overnight fire north of Warrensburg, according to the Johnson County Fire Protection District. more
To have your event or meeting listed or changed, send details to hollyb@warrensburgstarjournal.com or call 660-747-8123. more
Holden woman hurt in Johnson County collision more
WARRENSBURG – F&C Bank, 541 E. Young Ave., celebrated its 10th anniversary in Warrensburg on Friday, March 15 with a ribbon cutting with the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce, employees and family, and plenty of food, drinks, and giveaways to boot. more
SEDALIA — At the Pettis County Pachyderm Club luncheon Friday, March 15, state Reps. Brad Pollitt and Rodger Reedy took turns telling local Republicans of legislative battles in Jefferson City. more
Two candidates are vying for the Knob Noster City Council Ward 1 seat, a two-year term, in the 2024 Municipal Election on April 2. more
Equity Bank announced the hire of Craig Dunn as Regional CEO of the Company’s Community East markets. more
Demonstrating the quality of leadership and academic advisement support the University of Central Missouri provides students, three university members were honored this spring at the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Region IV/VII annual conference and awards program in New Orleans. As UCM continues to build on its reputation for outstanding academic advisement, the university swept three major award categories at the regional recognition program for the first time in the institution’s history. more
WMMC to host third annual Blue Ribbon Bash more
HOLDEN — In light of recent news that Johnson County is facing a surge in fentanyl-related overdose deaths, the Holden Police Department offered a community forum on Wednesday, March 13, at the Covenant Church of Holden. more
Holden teen hurt in Johnson County rollover more
KNOB NOSTER – Hidden a short drive away from Whiteman Air Force Base, down a gravel road, and overlooking a scenic lake lies the new Gallery Tattoo Studio, 840 200th Road in Knob Noster, that looks to open sometime in June. more
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