WARRENSBURG — Having seen the negative effects of cancer in their own family, the staff at Mary Jane’s Café set out to help other families suffering from the effects of cancer by raising funds for the Johnson County Cancer Foundation during its 20th anniversary event Sept. 4.
JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson has signed Executive Order 20-16, extending the mobilization of the Missouri National Guard through Dec. 30, 2020.
The Johnson County Cancer Foundation exceeded the $700,000 mark in monies given to the residents of Johnson County who have incurred the financial burden associated with cancer.
TRIAD Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps fielded three five-person teams Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Ozark Radar Meet - Crucible Challenge.
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE — Two Team Whiteman members, with the 509th Maintenance Group, were recognized as best in their field after competing with nominees from across Air Force Global Strike Command, at Whiteman Air Force Base, Aug. 14.
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE — Current events, like the death of George Floyd, have influenced organizations across the U.S. Air Force to take a deep dive into talking about views on racial disparity.
Selected Items from September 2005
This week, the Missouri General Assembly returned to the capitol for a constitutionally mandated veto session.
Selected Items from September 2000
Following a decision by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, summer meal programs have been extended at all Johnson County schools through Dec. 31.
HOLDEN — The Holden R-III School Foundation awarded $9,817.27 to 10 teachers in the form of nine Teacher Impact Grants on Aug. 20 for the 2020-21 school year.
WARRENSBURG — New research by a University of Central Missouri faculty member uses an innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) technique to allow physicians to predict which patients are at low risk of distant metastasis in order to help minimize severe side effects from radiation treatment.
The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce hosts a ribbon cutting for the Johnson County Republican Central Committee Headquarters Friday, Sept. 4. Anchoring the ribbon are Chamber Ambassador Steven Larson and Chamber Chair Emeritus Greg Hall as Johnson County Republican Central Committee Chairman …
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce will host a virtual membership information session at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16.
The Missouri labor market continued to recover in July 2020, following major job losses due to COVID-19 shutdowns earlier in the year.
COLUMBIA — The University of Missouri Office of Extension and Engagement has assembled a state advisory committee to support the university’s reach and mission across Missouri.
“The key to using a calf creep feeding program is make sure that it is profitable,” MU Extension Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis said. “Calf cost of gain during the creep feeding program is an important component in determining whether the strategy is profitable."
SEDALIA — To help sort out changes in ingredient price or availability, MU Extension specialists have developed the MU Beef Supplement Comparison Calculator.