WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg Public Works advises residents and visitors of the community that the Stormwater Repair Project at the 1200 block of Cheatham Court will take place starting the week of Monday, Dec. 9, weather permitting.
WARRENSBURG — A small donation from many added up to a tremendous amount of food for West-Central Independent Living Solutions communities.
MOSBY — Tammy Kilgore raised the giant claw of a John Deere excavator high in the air, then slammed it down on the roof the house where she had spent nearly her entire adult life.
Trails Regional Library will host “Divided Loyalties: Civil War Documents from the Missouri State Archives” from Dec. 9 through Dec. 27 at its Holden Branch, located at 207 S. Main, Holden.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — More than 60 Kansas State University students will spend a portion or all of the spring 2019 semester abroad having been awarded scholarships offered through the university's Office of International Programs.
Ricky David Cavallaro, 66 of Warrensburg, Missouri, passed away unexpectedly Monday, December 2, 2019, at his home.
Alvin L. Prince, 85, of Warrensburg, MO, passed away December 3, 2019.
Sheryl K. Brooks, age 58, of Olathe, KS, passed away Saturday, November 30, 2019, at KU Medical Center.
This Thanksgiving season, we can learn much from the remarkable drama found in Luke 17:11-19: “As he entered a village, he was met by ten lepers, who stood at a distance and lifted up their voices, saying, ‘Jesus, Master, have mercy on us,’” (Luke 17:11-12).
Northside Christian Church stepped into the unknown Aug. 17 by launching a Saturday evening service.
The Matthews-Crawford Post 131 of the American Legion presented a check in the amount of $2,000, via representative Larry Province, to the Warrensburg Ministerial Association at its monthly meeting on Thursday, Nov. 14.
The biggest culprit in the Kansas City Chiefs’ loss to the New England Patriots in last season’s AFC championship game was their defense.
Karen Eagleson, Salvation Army case manager and Social Services coordinator, has volunteered for the Salvation Army since 1993 and in early November, became an employee at Johnson County Salvation Army Family Services.
Missouri had a per capita income of $47,746 in 2018 nominal dollars, which are unadjusted for inflation, according to a report from the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center.
Kathy Baldridge, co-owner of Photo Gym with her husband, Dan, spent about 30 years in different roles in the information technology field before making the switch to the photo organization business where she converts analog media such as photo slides, negatives and VHS tapes into digital med…
JEFFERSON CITY — Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn and the leadership team from the Missouri Department of Agriculture announced tour dates for the second ReachMORE Tour.
COLUMBIA — Consignments were down but bidding was up at the Show-Me-Select bred heifer sale Nov. 22 in Kirksville.
COLUMBIA — Show-Me-Select replacement heifers sold for $1,672 average on 190 head.
House Democrats have been remarkably cautious in considering whether to impeach Donald Trump.
Nancy Pelosi said she undertook impeachment "prayerfully," and apparently what she was praying was that she could get it over with as soon as possible.
Recently we came together to host the 2019 Procurement Conference at the University of Central Missouri.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation a year ago. A week after that, I had an MRI that showed I'd had a ministroke and probably several others in the past. I love ribeye steak, and eat it maybe two or three times a year. Is this safe? — R.A.
WARRENSBURG — Western Missouri Medical Center Foundation hosted its first annual “Day of Giving” campaign during the last week of October.
The term “antioxidants” is frequently associated with cancer prevention. Antioxidants are helpful, but many people may not fully comprehend the role antioxidants play in fighting cancer.