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How to get your money back if you had tickets to canceled Mo. State Fair concert
File photo of the Missouri State FairSEDALIA, Mo. — Mother nature had other plans for concert-goers at the Missouri State Fair Thursday night.The fair canceled the Casting Crowns concert with Zach Williams because of storms.If you had tickets and paid with a debit or credit card, your money will au
Brick Silo Falls, Kills Worker in Sedalia
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Warrensburg Schools Foundation surprises teachers on second day of school
WARRENSBURG - A handful of dreams and hopes for a new school year came to fruition on Friday as the Warrensburg Schools Foundation handed out more than $17,000 in Classroom Improvement Grants throughout the Warrensburg School District.Foundation Board president Bob Lotspeich said the $17,454 donated
Multiple golfers vie for varsity spots
“Makes the competition in practice good,” Warrensburg coach Chris Nimmo said. “I think that we have several girls that have the potential to play really well on any given day and to shoot lower numbers than we did last year.”Warrensburg returns a majority of its varsity roster from 2017 in seniors K
Missouri's Hoskins: "I know the farmers out there are suffering" - Missourinet
State Sen. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, is hopeful about getting a grant to assist drought-impacted farmers.
Blue Angels to include Sedalia woman
PENSACOLA, Fla. — U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, recently announced officers selected for the 2019 air show season.The squadron selected three F/A-18 demonstration pilots, an events coordinator, flight surgeon, and supply officer to replace outgoing team members.The newly
Lowe Boats honors dealers at annual event
Angler’s Port Marine of Warsaw, Mo., received the Lowe Boats Model Year 2018 President’s Award and was recognized as one of Lowe’s top-three performing dealers in overall sales for the model year with more than $5 million in sales.The award was presented to Angler’s Port president Klaus Fink during
Missouri requiring drivers to return temporary tags
Starting August 28th, the state will encourage Missouri drivers to return their temporary plates to a state license office before getting their permanent plates.Lawmakers said that the new law aims to crack down on fraudulent use of temporary plates in larger cities, but that it's still been an issu
Osceola gravestone damaged in historic cemetery
OSCEOLA, Mo.--Shock, sadness, angry and horrified are reactions people left on the City of Osceola's Facebook post sharing the damage uncovered in the Historic Osceola Cemetery.
Students shake off back-to-school jitters
WARRENSBURG — It was a morning full of laughter, tears, smiles, reunions, jitters, new beginnings and hope as the 2018-19 school year got underway Thursday in Warrensburg.Parents were welcomed to join their students as they entered the school for the start of a new year.
A Backward View of August 1993
W. Clifton Adams is taking a new approach to the Backward Glances that have been a mainstay in the Warrensburg Daily Star-Journal. Starting this week, he will share a handful of historical events from the Warrensburg area and beyond for a particular year along with some personal commentary shaped by
Missing Humansville man is located in Springfield
According to Polk County Sheriff Danny Morrison, Morris Allen Stewart, 62, was found safe and sound in an assisted living facility. He had been there since July.
Deterding takes reigns of Warrensburg swim program
Unity has emerged as a strength early on for the Warrensburg Tigers swim team this season.Seniors Cameron Courtwright, Tyler Moor, Henry Vernon and the rest of the Warrensburg squad is buying into what first-year head coach Annie Deterding is presenting them with.“I told my parents I have heard a lo
What do you purchase on the fairgrounds?
loading...Latest NewsSenators stake their positions on Kavanaugh voteMissouri hoping to build off Lock's return, strong finishFormer Slocomb standout Jarvis Hayes progressing well at defensive end for Troy TrojansPractice Report: Senior receiver Terry Godwin back in uniform at practiceTulane offensi
155th Street bridge in Cass County is open again
After almost three years, the 155th Street Bridge just east of Madison Street has reopened to traffic.The crossing was closed by Kansas City, which owns half of the bridge, in October 2015. The original bridge in the area had been constructed 91 years ago of wood. A rebuild in the 1980s removed most
Council approves stop signs, speed limit to improve safety at intersections
Traffic headed north on Business 13 is gaining speed, while traffic headed south is traveling at 55 mph, making it difficult for motorists to cross the highway, Coleman said.
Clinton, MO Man Injured in SUV Collision
A 60-year old man from Clinton, MO was injured Tuesday evening after a SUV collided with another vehicle in Henry County.TheMissouri State Highway Patrolreported the wreck at approximately 5:20, on MO-13 north of NE 950 Road.According to theonline crash report, a 2014 Chevrolet Captiva crossed the c
3 arrested in Green Ridge drug trafficking investigation
A traffic stop in Pettis County led to three arrests and the confiscation of more than 175 grams of methamphetamine.A deputy with the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office stopped Deseree E. Mosher, 25, of Kansas City, in the area of Campbell Road and state Route AA northwest of Green Ridge about 7 a.m. Tu
Pappy’s holds ‘soft’ opening – El Dorado Springs Sun
The only thing “soft” about the opening and ribbon cutting at Pappy’s new restaurant Tuesday evening was the name, officially billed the Chamber of Commerce exclusive dedication dinner and ribbon cutting celebration but called a “soft” opening. It was hard to find a parking place and a vacant chair
Missouri auditor candidate says her financial woes won't stop her from running
Saundra McDowell, an attorney from Jefferson City, told the Post-Dispatch Thursday that she is in the midst of ramping up hergeneral election campaign against current auditor Nicole Galloway, a Democrat from Columbia.