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Knob Noster man charged in wife’s homicide

Knob Noster man charged in wife’s homicide

By CLIFF ADAMS (KNOB NOSTER, Mo., digitalBURG) – A Knob Noster man was charged Saturday in the homicide of his wife. Anthony Garcia, 23, was charged with second-degree murder and…

High winds cause trouble for area residents

High winds cause trouble for area residents

By Cliff Adams (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) – High winds in the area are responsible for property damage affecting local residents. The Warrensburg Fire Department and technicians from Kansas City Power…

Officials urge caution around Missouri skunks

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) – Missouri conservation officials are urging people to be cautious around skunks that soon will be emerging from winter shelters. Skunks are one of the two…

1,000s expected to attend ex-sniper’s memorial

(ARLINGTON, Texas, AP) – Thousands of people are expected to attend a public memorial service Monday afternoon for former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle who was shot to death at…

Street tree inventory kicks off with public meeting

The Warrensburg Tree Board will host a public information meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 19, to provide information about the upcoming second phase of the inventory of street trees in the…

Mules wrestling places third in MIAA Wrestling Tournament

(EDMOND, Okla.) - Mules wrestling had six members place, on the way to a third place team finish, in the MIAA Wrestling Tournament Sunday at Hamilton Field House on the University…

Jennies softball drops two to Savage Storm

  (DURANT, Okla.) - Jennies softball (3-3) dropped two games to the Southeastern Oklahoma State Savage Storm (8-3) Sunday afternoon at the SEOSU Softball Field in Durant. The Jens fell in…

Jennies Bowling continues to hold down No. 1 ranking

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) – The Central Missouri Jennies Bowling team continues to hold down the No. 1 national ranking in the National Tenpin Coaches Association (NTCA) January Poll, released over the…

Get fit the right way

Story by KRISTIN GALLAGHER, Business Manager— The Rec Center seems a little busier these days, and for good reason. It seems that more college students are pushing to get healthy…