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Trial date set for defendant in Whitworth case

By ANDY LYONS (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — A trial date is set for one of the defendants in the shooting death of Warrensburg bar owner William “Blaine” Whitworth. Reginald L.…

Dorthy Ann (Collins) Johnson

Dorthy Ann (Collins) Johnson

Dorthy Ann (Collins) Johnson, 78, died Jan. 19. A funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 26 at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Warrensburg with the Rev. Terrence…

Jennies Softball picked sixth in MIAA Preseason Coaches Poll

(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) — Jennies softball was picked sixth in the MIAA Preseason Coaches Poll released Wednesday afternoon by the conference office in downtown Kansas City. The Jennies are coming…

Mules Baseball top pick in MIAA preseason poll

(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) — The three-time defending MIAA champion Mules baseball team was the unanimous No. 1 pick in the MIAA Preseason Coaches Poll released on Wednesday. The Mules received…

Focus group created to discuss city signage

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) – The city has some $20,000 to spend on signs welcoming people to town and is seeking input on creating these entry signs along Maguire Street. The city…

UCM Gallery of Art presents new exhibits

UCM Gallery of Art presents new exhibits

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) – The University of Central Missouri’s Gallery of Art and Design opens the spring semester with three new exhibits planned for Jan. 23-Feb. 15. Tanya Alexander: Are You…

Mo. lawmakers propose Stan Musial Bridge

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — A campaign to name a new Mississippi River bridge at St. Louis for the late Cardinals great Stan Musial is already gaining momentum. Musial died…

Mizzou turns to TV judge Hatchett for MLK lecture

(COLUMBIA, Mo., AP) — TV judge Glenda Hatchett is this year’s speaker at the University of Missouri’s annual lecture honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Hatchett is scheduled to deliver a…

KC-area hospitals will share patient information

(KANSAS CITY, Mo., AP) — More than a dozen Kansas City-area hospitals will use a regional computer network to share their patients’ medical information more efficiently. The hospitals’ participation in…

Gay activists laud Obama speech, now want action

By DAVID CRARY (NEW YORK, AP) — President Barack Obama’s emphatic gay-rights advocacy in his inaugural address thrilled many activists. Yet almost immediately came the questions and exhortations as to…

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