Warrensburg


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Warrensburg,

city (1990 pop. 15,244), seat of Johnson co., W Mo.; settled 1833, inc. as a city 1855. The city is situated in a dairy and farm region that principally raises wheat, corn, sorghum, and cattle. Local manufactures include batteries, aluminum castings, electronic components, and paving equipment. The Univ. of Central Missouri is in Warrensburg. Nearby is Whiteman Air Force Base.
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The appointment was effective as of March 5 and he is to lead the bank's 10 locations and footprint in Western Missouri, including Clinton, Higginsville, Knob Noster, Sedalia, Sweet Springs, Warrensburg, Warsaw and Windsor.
Byers had been named beneficiary on a warranty deed for the Warrensburg man's farm house and 30 surrounding acres.
Governor Eric Greitens met with veterans, staff, family, and community members at the Warrensburg Veterans Home to discuss efforts to protect Missouri veterans and ensure they get the quality care they deserve.
As a part of the agreement, WMMC's IT employees will all receive offers to become Cerner associates and continue to work onsite in Warrensburg.
In conjunction, the company will continue to produce Hawker ARMASAFE Plus batteries at its highly automated facility in Warrensburg, Missouri where batteries for US Navy nuclear submarines and US military aircraft are also manufactured.
The firm will continue to produce Hawker(R) ARMASAFE(R) Plus batteries at its facility in Warrensburg, Missouri, where batteries for United States Navy nuclear submarines and United States military aircraft are also manufactured.
She served as a local association president in both Kalamazoo, Michigan, and Warrensburg, Missouri.
Staff from the nonprofit organization, Adirondack Wild: Friends of the Forest Preserve, and boy scouts and troop leaders from Boy Scout Troop 100 in Warrensburg joined in planting trees to prevent erosion and to re-green former campsites abused by years of overuse.
Winn III, Skylar Winn, Cameron Winn and Joshua D'Amico; a brother, Charles Parmenter, of Copperas Cove, Texas; two sisters, Beverly Porter of Warrensburg, N.
Kathryn Lohmeyer, MSW, is a school social worker in the Warrensburg-Latham School District 11, Warrensburg, IL.
Orr retired as CEO of Central Missouri Community Credit Union, Warrensburg, in 2007 after 25 years of service.
The institute is coordinated by the Missouri Center for Career Education (MCCE) at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) in Warrensburg, and sponsored by the DESE Office of College and Career Readiness in cooperation with MoACTE.