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Menopause the Musical coming to Warrensburg

(Warrensburg, Mo.) – GFour Productions, winners of 54 Drama Desk and 44 Tony Awards are proudly bringing the international hit show “Menopause The Musical” to Warrensburg and will play Hendricks Hall at…

Warrensburg HS softball falls to Clinton, 14-6

(Clinton, Mo.) — Maddie Rhone did her best to will the Lady Tigers (1-1, 1-1) to a win with a three-hit game, but they dropped a 14-6 contest to Clinton…

Jennies soccer opens the season on the road

University of Central Missouri Jennies soccer kicks off the 2013 season beginning this Friday, September 6 and Sunday, September 8th against two Central region soccer powerhouses. Friday, the Jennies will…

Crest Ridge girls volleyball tops Smithton

The Crest Ridge High School varsity girls volleyball team opened their season with a strong performance against Smithton on Wednesday. The Cougars triumphed in straight sets to go 25-9, 25-17…

Warrensburg police chase ends in crash

By LEAH WANKUM (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — A Kansas City man took Warrensburg police on a high-speed chase through town on Aug. 25. Christopher D. Haggins, 22, crashed in Oak…

“Get the Red Out” highlights start of UCM athletics season

WARRENSBURG, Mo. — The University of Central Missouri officially kicks off the 2013-2014 athletic season with the annual “Get the Red Out” street fair, along with the season-opening football game…

Mothers of Multiples can find support in Warrensburg

Finding out a pregnancy is going to result in having twins, triplets, or more, can leave parents with a wide range of feelings and questions. A group in Warrensburg offers…

Burg Fest announces BBQ cook-off

Warrensburg, Mo. – The Burg Fest along with Elk Lodge 673 will be hosting a BBQ cook-off on Friday, Sept. 27 with meat inspection beginning at 5 p.m and judging will…

Property rights play key role in Mo. murder case

By JIM SALTER (STEELVILLE, Mo., AP) — James Crocker had grown weary of the partying canoeists and rafters who encroached on his neatly kept property along Missouri’s Meramec River. When…

High temps, low moisture taking toll on Mo. crops

(COLUMBIA, Mo., AP) — A new report says the recent spate of hot, dry weather has hurt some Missouri crops and slowed their progress. The Missouri Agricultural Statistics Service said…

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