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Missouri will have two constitutional amendments on the Aug. 6 primary ballot, one to grant tax exemptions for child care facilities and another to rerun a 2022 election result on police funding thrown out by the state Supreme Court. more
Through their research, three Missouri State University students are trying to better understand soil and plants, and their connection to the environment. more
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, and Col. Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds the public that it's important for motorcyclists to take an active role in their safety. more
Most of Missouri has transitioned out of drought conditions for now, said University of Missouri Extension state climatologist Zack Leasor. more
As Missourians hit the road to start their summer travels, the Missouri Department of Transportation is urging drivers to be cautious and patient and use good judgment when traveling, especially through work zones. more
Local MSU student places at national IT conference more
WARRENSBURG – The Central Missouri Repertory Theatre at the University of Central Missouri is bringing the medieval fictional world of Camelot to life this summer with its production of “Guinevere and Lancelot.” more
The University of Central Missouri announced the commencement of a national search for its next provost and vice president for academic affairs. more
To have your event or meeting listed or changed, send details to news@warrensburgstarjournal.com or call 660-747-8123. more
WARRENSBURG – Citizens, elected officials, students, veterans and military members gathered on the Johnson County Courthouse lawn for the Memorial Day ceremony on Monday morning, May 27. more
Sedalia woman injured in Johnson accident more
Crystal A. Fullmer, 47, was arrested on April 30 for driving with a revoked license after a traffic stop at Oak and College streets. She was transported to the Warrensburg Police Department, where she was booked and released. She was also cited for no insurance and failure to use a turn signal. more
MU Extension to host garden webinar series more
Area residents were among more than 1,000 individuals who met graduate requirements and were eligible to participate in the University of Central Missouri’s 2023 Fall Commencement exercises Dec. 8-9 in the Multipurpose Building. Students who completed their degree requirements by the end of the fall semester were eligible to participate in ceremonies that marked more than 152 years of Education for Service at UCM. more
The University of Central Missouri received the President’s “E” award for export service in recognition of internationalization of higher education at the 63rd anniversary of the award ceremony at the U.S. Department of Commerce on May 14, where 64 U.S. companies and organizations from 32 states were recognized. more
WARRENSBURG – County officials, city council members, and other interested community members piled into the Warrensburg Community Center on Thursday, May 23, as city officials and project representatives laid out Rethink Maguire plans for future construction on Warrensburg’s main street. more
In the 1800s, peonies were one of the few flowers in bloom in late May. After the Civil War, mourners used peonies to adorn the graves of fallen soldiers on Decoration Day, which we now call Memorial Day. more
The Western Missouri Medical Center Auxiliary has awarded six students $1,000 scholarships as they continue their studies in healthcare. more
Local S&T student part of first-place design team more
Kinship Connection Group changes location more
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