WARRENSBURG — Along with songs for the U.S. Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force and Marine Corps, a sixth service song was added to the mix Monday, Nov. 11, at the Veterans Day program at the American Legion Post 131.
WARRENSBURG — Community members braved the weather Monday, Nov. 11, to honor those who have served and are serving our country during the Veterans Day program at the American Legion Post 131.
WARRENSBURG — After a week full of events celebrating the various branches of the U.S. military and the veterans who served in them, the Missouri Veterans Home — Warrensburg hosted a presentation celebrating the 100th anniversary of Veterans Day on Monday, Nov. 11.
Flu season is underway, don’t forget to wash your hands and it’s never too late to get your flu shot.
A letter on thanks to my doctor
If the impeachment effort isn't taking the nation by storm, the Democrats have an answer — blame it on Latin. The use of a Latin term, quid pro quo, is now thought to be a damper on the impeachment cause because it sounds complex and technical.
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg School Board of Education discussed the draw/fee schedule during the Oct. 15 meeting regarding construction projects which will be part of a ballot issue presented to voters in April.
KNOB NOSTER — Knob Noster High School’s Stealth Panther Robotics 6424 Team FIRST Robotics Team took second place in CowTown Throwdown, a yearly offseason competition, Nov. 1 and 2 at Lee’s Summit High School.
WARRENSBURG — Businesses and interviewees switched places Oct. 17 for the first-ever Warrensburg School District Reverse Job Fair at Warrensburg High School.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced the unemployment rate in Missouri remained low and unchanged during the month of October.
David Kopp, owner and lead massage therapist of One Body Massage Therapy, is nothing if not versatile.
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.
JEFFERSON CITY — The United States Department of Agriculture announced Thursday, Oct. 31, it signed a lease for permanent office space at 805 Pennsylvania Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri, to serve as the new site for its Economic Research Service and National Institute of Food and Agricultur…
COLUMBIA — Show-Me-Select replacement heifer sales offer cow-herd profits for both sellers and buyers.
Throughout November, Missouri Farm Bureau is highlighting the international trade’s impact on Missouri’s economy.
In time for the opening of firearms fall deer season this weekend, Missouri Department of Conservation is offering free, voluntary Chronic wasting disease sampling and testing of deer harvested anywhere in Missouri throughout the season at MDC regional offices during regular business hours and through participating taxidermists and meat processors within the CWD Management Zone.
Briggs Claunch, an 11 year-old from Warrensburg, poses with his trophy 13-point buck in rural Leeton on Nov. 2, the opening day of youth rifle season. Briggs shot the buck from a ground blind with his father Troy Claunch from 50 yards out with his Savage Axis 243 Winchester.
All deer and turkey must be checked by telephone or on the Internet. No in-person checking stations are available.