- Reifert signs on with Brewers
- Integrity Roofing, Siding, Gutters & Windows partners with local ministry
- THE GARDEN CORNER: How to manage powdery mildew
- Gov. Parson directs nearly $50 million in relief funds to aid in broadband expansion, COVID-19 response
- TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH: Fructose intolerance rarely diagnosed
WARRENSBURG — A project a year-and-a-half in the making neared completion on Monday, June 29, thanks to the partnership between a Warrensburg business and a Warrensburg ministry.
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Parson announced nearly $50 million to support broadband expansion across Missouri, including support directed at telehealth and education.
WARRENSBURG – Warrensburg Parks & Recreation will implement a mandatory face covering policy starting Monday, July 6, at the Warrensburg Community Center, in accordance with the Johnson County Community Health Services' countywide order.
WARRENSBURG — Murdock Banner Financial Group helped safely shred and recycle more than 7,500 pounds of confidential documents from 116 households and businesses during its eighth annual Shred Fest on June 20.
Kathy Lynn Chaney, age 68, of Warrensburg passed away Tuesday, June 30, 2020.
Erma Frances Violett Sims of Independence, MO, passed away at the age of 93 on July 1, 2020, at the Jackson Creek Nursing Home in Independence, MO.
Karl Werner Monk, 86, of Albuquerque, New Mexico; formerly of Warrensburg, Missouri, passed away Friday, June 26, 2020, at Brookdale Valencia Assisted Living in Albuquerque.
WARRENSBURG - A third Mules pitcher from the 2020 squad has signed a deal with an MLB organization as Evan Reifert has signed with the Milwaukee Brewers.
INDIANAPOLIS — Jan Jansky, one of the most decorated track and field student athletes in University of Central Missouri history, can add one more award to his trophy case.
INDIANAPOLIS — The GLVC 2020 Academic Awards Week included the recognition of the Brother James Gaffney Award.
INDIANAPOLIS — Monday, June 22, was the beginning of the Great Lakes Valley Conference "Awards Week."
KANSAS CITY - The MIAA announced its conference schedule for baseball in 2021.
Debbie Gould has served as the administrative assistant at RISE Community Services for four years where she has enjoyed helping anyone she can.
ALDI is expanding its curbside grocery pickup to offer more options to customers.
Between the April preliminary and final estimates, some revisions were made to the seasonal adjustment factors for statewide employment and unemployment estimates by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
KANSAS CITY — Starting this fall, Missouri 4-H will be able to reach more youths and families across the state through an easy-to-use online learning platform called Canvas that brings 4-H project-based learning directly into the home.
WARRENSBURG — Johnson County 4-H members competed for the opportunity to advance to the state level in various events Saturday, June 27, at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.
Most of those hanging out in their yards and gardens during the evening hours will soon be seeing the collective results of the Japanese Beetle at work.
Selected World Items from July 1975
California is not known for its friendliness to agriculture.
These pandemic-laden days have us nostalgic for a time in the not too distant past. We long to sit in a movie theater, see a live sporting event or just give someone a hug.
DEAR DR. ROACH: What can you tell me about fructose intolerance and/or malabsorption? Is there a genetic predisposition to this? Can it develop later in life? What are the symptoms, and how is it diagnosed? What type of doctor can best make a diagnosis? I’ve read conflicting reports online regarding the breath analysis test. Can it be treated, or must one eliminate foods containing fructose completely from one’s diet?
DEAR DR. ROACH: I have seen numerous articles extolling the advantages of eating nuts because they are a good fat. I often have wondered if it matters whether the nuts are raw or roasted. Would you please explain the difference and the impact on one’s health? — D.O.
DEAR DR. ROACH: After giving myself allergy shots at home for years, my allergy doctor’s group has decided that it’s too dangerous for patients to do this anymore. The allergy practice will no longer send a vial unless you can prove the shot will be given in a medical facility. Even if you are a nurse or doctor yourself, you still must prove that the shot will be given in a medical facility! Of course, there is a charge per shot if you drive across town to have the allergy practice’s nurse give it. Not long after getting this notice, I read an article about a local child who has improved an insulin injection device. After the alteration, several more doses could be extracted. The article also mentioned children being able to give themselves insulin shots at school! This is such an obvious money grab. How can it be safe for children to give themselves insulin at school but too dangerous for adults to give themselves shots at home? Do you know any reason for this change of policy for giving shots other than docs who can’t get more patients, so they bleed the ones they have dry? — P.S.