Author: Kaitlin Brothers

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First Fridays Art Walk returns this weekend

The First Fridays Art Walk returns this weekend at 6 p.m., Friday, Oct. 6 in downtown Warrensburg, with more than 50 local artist and musician participants at 16 venues. Fall tends to bring many people downtown with events such as Burgfest, Concerts in the Courthouse, and more, and organizer Jay Linhardt said the trend of… Read more »

iCentral: SOL discusses DACA

VIDEO BY KAITLIN BROTHERS / MULTIMEDIA EDITOR (WARRENSBURG, Mo.) –In this week’s iCentral, we talk to members of SOL, the Student Organization of Latinos, about the recent decisions of DACA. For more iCentral, go to last week’s episode.

Student club creates interest for careers in behavior analysis

(WARRENSBURG, Mo.) – Going on it’s second year, the Behavior Analysis Club continues to expand its membership and create educational opportunities. Heather Jenkins, the graduate student of psychology, said she and Duane Lundervold, coordinator of behavior analysis programs and the Behavior Science Research Laboratory,  created the group in Fall of 2016 to help educate students… Read more »

UCM Literary Team school visits to get underway

Student athletes from UCM will make their annual visits to Warrensburg elementary schools during the next few weeks, promoting the importance of reading skills to young students. The Mules and Jennies Literacy Team will open the four school tour Thursday, Sept. 28 at Martin Warren Elementary School. Other visits are scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 3… Read more »

Alma O. McCormack Adams

Alma O. McCormack Adams, 98, of Warrensburg, Missouri, died Friday, September 22, at Western Missouri Medical Center.

Talking Mules take second

The Talking Mules speech and debate team opened their season by claiming the second place Overall Debate Sweepstakes trophy at the Hilltopper Swing Tournament hosted by Western Kentucky University Sept. 22-24. “The tournament is the season opener for the truly serious schools competing in the Lincoln-Douglas Debate format,” said Jack Rogers, the director of forensics… Read more »