JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson announced on Wednesday, Nov. 13, the award of more than $7.8 million to 226 projects across Missouri for customized training assistance through the Department of Economic Development’s Missouri One Start program.
LEETON — Dollar General is currently under construction on a new store at 266 S.E. Highway 2 in Leeton with an anticipated grand opening celebration scheduled for spring 2020.
The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce hosts a ribbon cutting for its new member, Gray Chiropractic & Wellness Center, Oct. 29. Anchoring the ribbon is Chamber Ambassador Sharri Carter and Chamber Board Chair Greg Hall as Dr. Layton Gray prepares to cut the ribbon alongside his wife and co-…
WARRENSBURG — Ryan Seever, a body technician at Warrensburg Collision in Warrensburg, was recently named Shop Worker of the Year by FenderBender Magazine, a leading monthly business-to-business magazine for collision repair.
Shomarri Taylor, program specialist for Veterans Upward Bound at the University of Central Missouri, started assisting veterans in December 2017 when she became the first full-time employee at Veterans Upward Bound, originally under the title of office professional.
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson and the Departments of Economic Development and Agriculture announced Wednesday, Nov. 6, the launch of the state’s broadband grant program, which will award $5 million to bring high speed internet to Missourians across the state.
The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce hosts a ribbon cutting in celebration of its new member, Aflac District Office, Oct. 25. Anchoring the ribbon are City Councilman Nolan Brooks and Chamber Member Relations Committee Member Jodi Norman as Aflac District Sales Coordinator Stacey Shannon prep…
TRIAD Air Force Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Senior Aerospace Science Instructor Col. Mark Talley is currently in his third year of teaching following a 30-year career in the Air Force and two years as a retiree traveling in an RV.
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg residents are encouraged to start their holiday shopping season by following the Sweet Treat Trail, a holiday promotion featuring businesses throughout the community.
SEDALIA — OATS Transit, a Missouri-based nonprofit transportation provider, announced on Wednesday, Oct. 23, it received a $5,000 grant from Community Foundation of the Ozarks - Truman Lake Affiliate Grantmaking Program.
National Principal Month takes place each October to celebrate the work of school leaders such as Warrensburg Middle School Principal Jim Elliott who describes the job as a “juggling act.”
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg Main Street Inc. welcomed Jill Purvis back to its organization as executive director in April of this year.
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg Main Street Design Committee recognized Andrew J. Gelbach PC on Oct. 9 with the You Swept Us Away award for the third quarter of 2019.
Jeremy Warlen has found joy in scaring people since he was eight years old and 10 years ago, he was able to start getting paid to do so with Freaks Fair.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced the unemployment rate in Missouri continued its downward trend in September.
The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce hosts a ribbon cutting for Johnson County Board of Services on Wednesday, Oct. 16, in celebration of 10 years of targeted case management for those with developmental disabilities and their families. Its goal is to improve the quality of their lives throug…
Edward Jones Financial Advisor Michael Friedli prepares to cut the ribbon as the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce hosts a ceremony for its new member on Tuesday, Oct. 15. Friedli’s office is located at 303 Hawthorne Boulevard, Suite D, in Warrensburg. “Whether you’re planning for retirement, …