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Ruling pushes gay marriage closer to Supreme Court

By NICHOLAS RICCARDI and BRADY McCOMBS (DENVER, AP) — The first ruling by a federal appeals court that states cannot prevent gay couples from marrying makes it more likely the Supreme…

Warrensburg Main Street receives National Main Street accreditation

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) — Warrensburg Main Street, Inc. recently earned national accreditation. The organization earned the accreditation for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Main Street…

Duffy gritty as Royals fall to Dodgers 2-0

By DAVE SKRETTA (KANSAS CITY, Mo., AP) — Danny Duffy dueled admirably with Clayton Kershaw until his pitch count got too high, showing not only his vast potential but also…

Monsanto shares rise on 3Q beat, big share buyback

By MATTHEW PERRONE (WASHINGTON, AP) — Monsanto said its earnings fell more than 5 percent in the third fiscal quarter on lower biotech seed sales, but its performance topped Wall…

State Fair seeks Missouri women for agriculture awards

(SEDALIA, Mo.) – The Missouri State Fair is seeking entries from female agriculturalists interested in vying for the title of Missouri Woman in Agriculture. The title will be awarded in two age divisions,…

College High class reunion

College High class reunion

Paul T. McCully Jr.

Paul T. McCully Jr.

Paul T. McCully Jr., 83, of Warrensburg, Missouri, died Monday, June 23, at Country Club Care Center. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday June 27, at Liberty Cemetery…

R-6 District IT director charged with rape

R-6 District IT director charged with rape

(WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) – The Warrensburg R-6 School District’s information technology director was charged Tuesday with molesting a young girl, according to court records. Darron J. Chapman faces a charge…

Recent Missouri editorials

The Associated Press The Joplin Globe, June 20 Wide open money: Only four months into the year, Missouri legislators had already accepted more than $500,000 in gifts from lobbyists. The…

Man plans American Indian Center in Kansas City

(KANSAS CITY, Mo., AP) — If John Learned’s dreams come true, a mostly empty building in Kansas City will soon house several American Indian organizations. Learned, of Lawrence, says private…