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Faculty and students from the University of Central Missouri joined partners to participate in professional development sessions for K-12 educators at the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Higginsville and the Midwest Genealogy Center in Independence on June 17-18. more
WARRENSBURG – Survival House is embarking on a major project with the announcement of a capital campaign to raise funds for a new facility. more
During the Rural Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., June 14-20, Warrensburg High School’s Saul Logan was named Missouri’s representative on the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Youth Leadership Council. As a member of the national council and young cooperative leader, he will represent the state of Missouri throughout the next year. more
Highway Safety Award nominations sought more
Miss Missouri candidates from across the state competed in mid-June for scholarships and the state title. more
KINGSVILLE – The Missouri Department of Transportation hosted a public meeting Tuesday, June 25 at the Elm Springs Baptist Church regarding intersection improvements on U.S. Highway 50 near Powell Gardens in Johnson County. more
WARRENSBURG – Warrensburg Main Street joined an exclusive list last week when it was named a Main Street America Accredited program for 2024, joining 863 other programs across the country. more
The University of Central Missouri Board of Governors approved updates to the Fiscal Year 2025 Operating Budget plan during its meeting on UCM’s main campus in Warrensburg on June 13. The session also included recognition of several faculty and staff for their outstanding contributions. more
A total of 102 high school students from cooperatives across the state participated in Missouri's 61st annual Missouri Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., June 14-20. Local delegates Saul Logan and Jonathan Henry, of Warrensburg, and Kayley Marten, of Centerview, were sponsored by West Central Electric Cooperative. more
The concurrent enrollment agreement between the University of Central Missouri and State Fair Community College continues to successfully create a seamless and efficient pathway from associate to baccalaureate degree. more
Gene and Marilynn Taylor Henry, both graduates of Windsor High School, were recently elected as presidents of the Missouri Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and the Sons of the American Revolution Ladies Auxiliary. Gene graduated in 1966 and Marilynn in 1969. Both are also graduates of the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. more
The Aug. 6 primary election is officially six weeks away, as absentee voting begins Tuesday, June 25. more
WARRENSBURG – When Ryan and Lara Schick first heard a space was opening next to Green Truck Bakery, Ryan’s parents’ business, they knew they were offered a chance of a lifetime and wanted to create a deli. more
WARRENSBURG – Almost every day for the last 25 years, Senior Pastor Rev. Dr. Terrence Moody has made the trek from his home in Kansas City to the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Warrensburg. more
To have your event or meeting listed or changed, send details to news@warrensburgstarjournal.com or call 660-747-8123. more
Patricia S. Jackson, 53, was arrested on May 27 for driving without a valid driver’s license after she was at North Warren and West Sparks avenues. She was transported to the Warrensburg Police Department, processed and released. She was also cited for no insurance and improper registration. more
With Independence Day just around the corner, numerous events, activities, and fireworks displays are planned across west central Missouri. more
Kingsville woman hurt in Johnson County accident more
Nebraska Business Honors Academy more
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