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James B. Miller, 52, was arrested on Aug. 30 for property damage and private harassment. more
SEDALIA —The 75th Missouri Photo Workshop kicked off Sunday evening, Sept. 24 at the Sacred Heart Hoying gym with a full house of community members and 39 workshop participants. more
Earlier this week, Gov. Mike Parson announced the appointment of two individuals from the Kansas City metropolitan area to fill vacancies on the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors. Their terms begin immediately with final confirmation pending state senate approval when the General Assembly reconvenes in January. more
Citing factors that include an overall increase of approximately 10% in fall student enrollment, an operating budget that is 5.25% larger than the previous fiscal year, and a strategic plan that guides the institution, the University of Central Missouri is in a position of strength. That is the message President Roger Best shared with faculty and staff when he presented his annual State of the University remarks on Sept. 14. The president’s sixth consecutive SOU address since his 2018 appointment by the Board of Governors took place in the James L. Highlander Theatre. more
WARRENSBURG – WILS hosted its annual Fall Outdoors Without Limits event on Wednesday, Sept. 20 at Hazel Hill Lake. The event had activities provided by the Missouri Department of Conservation, including fishing, archery, and target practice. more
September is National Preparedness Month, and since being declared in 2004, the month has been FEMA’s premier outreach for emergency preparedness and public information. more
WARRENSBURG — Diane Collins, Agriculture Education teacher at the Warrensburg Area Career Center, reported on WACC’s agriculture education program during the Warrensburg R-VI Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 19. more
Two Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Club Sites had the honor of being named Distinguished Club Gold Award winners during BGC’s staff and board celebration, hosted Sept. 15. more
JOHNSON COUNTY — The Johnson County Fire Protection District recently opened and commenced operations from its newly constructed Station 4 building at 85 NE Highway D near Knob Noster. more
WARRENSBURG — After purchasing the old JV Saloon building at 109 W. Culton St. in downtown Warrensburg, business partners Lee Rhoades and Teri Smith decided to open a business inspired by the saloon. more
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Claycomo resident injured in Sept. 11 wreck more
WARRENSBURG — Reza, an illusionist, is bringing his world-class tour to Warrensburg next month. more
The largest utility in western Missouri has requested permission to allow customers to opt out of controversial time-of-use pricing plans imposed by state regulators. more
The Warrensburg chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met Friday, Sept. 8 at RISE Café with 27 persons attending. more
WARRENSBURG — Recovery Lighthouse hosted its 18th annual National Recovery Month celebration on Tuesday, Sept. 12. more
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg City Council recognized the week of Sept. 10-16 as Water and Wastewater Professionals Week at the Monday, Sept. 11 City Council meeting. more
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WARRENSBURG – The University of Central Missouri, along with the Warrensburg community, celebrated the opening of the new Skyhaven Aviation Center at the Max. B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday afternoon, Sept. 8. more
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