WARRENSBURG — American Legion Matthews-Crawford Post 131 held a celebration Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Missouri Veterans Home — Warrensburg in honor of the American Legion’s 100th anniversary.
An article in the Oct. 11 edition of the Daily Star-Journal included inaccurate information.
The Missouri Department of Agriculture posted proposed rules for the Missouri Industrial Hemp Program three weeks early. The rules, as required by provisions in Senate Bill 133, will amend existing regulations and transition the legal growth of industrial hemp in Missouri from a pilot research program to a commercially regulated program.
The 97th Annual Lone Jack Oyster Supper is set for 2 to 7 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Lone Jack Civic Center, Hensley Hall, 509 Bynum Road, which is 1/2 mile south of U.S. Highway 50 at the Lone Jack exit.
Anna Pearl “Pearlie” Weaver, 77 of Warrensburg, Missouri, passed away Saturday, October 12, 2019, at University Hospital, in Columbia Missouri, surrounded by her family.
Kenneth Noel Carter of Blue Springs, Missouri, passed away on October 11, 2019 at the Veterans Home in Warrensburg. He was 88.
Ross William Stephens, born July 20, 1941 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Ester Marie (Lautenbach) Stephens and Ross Allen Stephens, passed from this life on Friday, October 11, 2019.
As folks at Oak Grove Community Church began to learn about Grace Evangelistic Ministries in Haiti, they immediately said, “We want to be involved.”
On the first day of October, I stood on a ladder amid the loaded branches of our churchyard apple tree and picked every last piece of fruit.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 607 N. Maguire, will observe Native American Mission Weekend at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, and 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 13.
In the NCAA Division II Showcase game of the week, Central Missouri defeated Central Oklahoma 2-1 in a top-25 showdown on Jennies Field on Sunday, Oct. 13. Makayla Toth was responsible for both Jennies goals and now leads the MIAA with 13 on the season.
KANSAS CITY — The first finger that Andy Reid points after the Kansas City Chiefs lose a game is at himself, regardless of the score, the opponent or whatever may have transpired on the field.
The race for the MIAA title saw one team fall back a spot as No. 13 Pittsburg State lost to No. 7 Northwest Missouri State at Arrowhead Stadium, leaving just the Bearcats and Central Missouri as the lone undefeated teams in the conference.
Janet Burch has been behind the counter as a bank teller for more than 20 years.
WARRENSBURG — Local businesses provided on-site tours to Johnson County high school students during Manufacturing Day on Friday, Oct. 4.
WARRENSBURG — The Missouri Council for Public Health Nursing awarded its Public Health Leadership Nursing award to Ronda Davis, a registered nurse who serves as public health coordinator for Johnson County Community Health Services, at the annual Missouri Public Health Conference meeting this year.
WARRENSBURG — The anticipation is now a reality as National 4-H Week is upon us.
STOCKTON — “Warm season grasses provide high quality summer forage for cattle grazing and allow rest time for lower quality cool season pastures,” MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis said.
SEDALIA — Gov. Mike Parson and Missouri State Fair Director Mark Wolfe announced on Sept. 26 the attendance number for this year's Missouri State Fair totaled 337,112 individuals during the 11-day fair this August.
In his "Gettysburg Address," Abraham Lincoln described a "government of the people, by the people, for the people." The problem for any democracy is that those people can make a mistake — a dangerous mistake — by electing someone who's severely unqualified or a bloomin' nutcase.
President Donald Trump's recent news conference pronouncements involving allegations by a federal-government whistleblower reminded me of my growing experience in Missouri's statehouse by public officials seeking to avoid awkward questions from reporters.
WASHINGTON — The power of the press rests in the ability of journalists to hold government accountable, to mobilize public opinion on matters that are important to individuals, communities or the nation, and to provide necessary information of value.
LENEXA, Kansas — Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care seeks volunteers to help support its signature Gift of a Day program, which brings to life a hospice patient’s personal vision of what a perfect day might be.
Among all 50 states and the District of Columbia, Missouri’s rank advanced four places to 37th overall in America’s Health Rankings' Health of Women and Children Report 2019, up from 41st in 2018. Within women’s health specifically, Missouri jumped eight spots on the ranking list. The report uses over 60 metrics to compare and rank the health of women of reproductive age, infants and children among the 50 states.