- Summer storms cause flooding across Johnson County
- Working Today: Optometrist provides eye care to the community
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- Manna Harvest hosts donation give away at Ridgeview Elementary to assist those impacted by COVID-19
- Reward announced for information leading to arrest of two subjects in firearm theft
WARRENSBURG — Manna Harvest Inc. Jeremiah 29:11 Project hosted a community-wide COVID-19 relief give away Saturday, July 25, at the Ridgeview Elementary School parking lot.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri — The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Warrensburg Police Department have announced a reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of two subjects responsible for the July 20 theft of firearms from a federally licensed firea…
JOHNSON COUNTY — Johnson County Community Health Services has released information in relation to the age and location of the confirmed positive cases of coronavirus in Johnson County.
Verna M. Brown, age 92, of Warrensburg, passed away Friday, July 31, 2020 at the Warrensburg Manor Care Center.
Jean Lucille Jackson Simmons, 97, of Odessa, Missouri died Sunday, August 2, 2020 in her home. Born February 8, 1923 Holden, Missouri.
Emmett Carlton Levine, 74 of Warrensburg, Missouri passed away Thursday, July 30, 2020 at Western Missouri Medical Center in Warrensburg.
Christian responses to plague times are nothing new, as historians often credit growth in the early church to its members' responses to the Roman plagues.
Parenting is hard.
For most of 2019, Jerry and I worked to plan to our six-month sabbatical from our pastoral duties at the Warrensburg Church of the Brethren.
WARRENSBURG — Chad Kimbley made his first ever hole-in-one at the Mules National Golf Club.
WHEELING — University of Central Missouri Assistant Coach Chris Richardson was named the 11th Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Wheeling University in a press conference Monday morning, July 20.
KANSAS CITY — The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association announced Monday, July 20, alterations to their plan to begin sports in 2020-21.
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg’s Brooks Baldwin finished seventh in the boys 16 to 18 years old division at the 2020 Junior Amateur hosted Monday, June 13, and Tuesday, June 14, at Mules National Golf Course.
Krystal Matson, an optometrist at InSight Eyecare, did not always foresee herself having a career in optometry.
TCC employees Tara Carmack, Chandler Bormar, Michael Bragg and Haley Aleshire pose for a photo as they hand out donated backpacks Sunday, July 26, outside of Verizon at 800 N. Maguire St. Suite B, Warrensburg. TCC donated 140,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children across the U.S. …
Wired Graphics co-owner Shannon Schroeder finds the most rewarding aspect of her job to be seeing people in the community making use of the heat transferred clothing, vinyl decals and embroideries she helped create.
JOHNSON COUNTY — Local youth competed for ribbons in the sheep show at the Johnson County Youth Fair July 8 - 12.
JOHNSON COUNTY — Local participants competed for awards and ribbons during the goat show at the Johnson County Youth Fair July 8 - 12.
JOHNSON COUNTY — Participants completed for ribbons and awards during the swine show at the Johnson County Youth Fair July 8 - 12.
• On the second, families and businesses in southeastern U.S. rejoiced as BP agreed to compensate the U.S. government and the gulf states with $18.7 billion for the 2010 oil spilled in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Biden campaign has been lucky most of all, but it’s also been smart, at least smart enough. To go, as Joe Biden did, from left for dead to sweeping to the Democratic nomination and quickly thereafter emerging as the favorite in November is a run of success that would be the envy of any national politician.
Let’s suppose Donald Trump and his family, the Trumpettes, really go down in flames on Election Day, and let’s suppose their last-minute desperate efforts to hold onto power fail. What are they going to do when they’re not facing legal action for all their crimes?
DEAR DR. ROACH: It seems that eating a healthy diet with an emphasis on nuts and seeds, fruits, vegetables and grains is the best choice for anyone. It’s been well-documented that omega-6 is inflammatory, whereas foods containing omega-3 are not. It seems to me that we should be consuming foods that have more omega-3 in them. The only problem is that, from my research, all nuts and seeds with the exception of chia and flaxseeds have a much higher ratio of the omega-6 to the omega-3. This appears to be the case with most foods, no matter which food group they are in. How can any of the healthy foods be beneficial when so much more of the “bad fats” are being ingested? — Anon.
WARRENSBURG —To slow the spread of COVID-19, and slow the influx of cases Johnson County is seeing, the Johnson County Community Health Services Board of Trustees has extended the current Face Covering Order through 11:59 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 21, 2020.