Due to inclement weather in the forecast for Saturday, Mules and Jennies basketball are moving up the start time of their scheduled doubleheader with the Lindenwood Lions. Originally scheduled for 1:30 and 3:30 p.m., the Jennies game will now tip off at 12 p.m. and the Mules at 2 p.m. Mascot Day and the inflatable… Read more »
If there was ever a time to confidently say that the NFL is scripted with predetermined outcomes, this edition of Conference Championship weekend would be it. It seems obvious that the two best teams in their respective conferences would reach the final four of professional football with one game until the Super Bowl. But here… Read more »
“The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” marks the latest film by the Coen Brothers, considered by some to be the best filmmakers currently working in Hollywood. And this movie is, like all other Coen Brothers films, strange. Personally, I have walked away from every first viewing of a Coen Brothers film with the feeling that it… Read more »
The MIAA released its indoor track and field preseason poll and both the Mules and Jennies were picked to finish second in their respective polls. Central Missouri received 123 points in the women’s poll and 106 in the men’s. Each team received one first-place vote. Pittsburg State got all but one first-place vote in both… Read more »
UCM Athletics has announced that tickets to the 2019 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony are now available to the public. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. Feb. 23 in the Elliott Student Union Ballroom. Tickets are $15 and include a breakfast buffet to be served prior to the inductions. The class of… Read more »
Jennies bowling resumed their 2018-2019 season over the weekend, taking 13th place out of 21 teams at the Arkansas State Mid-Winter Open in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Day One saw the Jennies go 2-2 with wins over Mckendree and Drury. Their losses came to Sam Houston State and host team, Arkansas State. The Jennies went 3-2 on… Read more »
Mules wrestling took sixth out of six teams in the MIAA’s wrestling coaches poll after opening conference competition 0-2. The Mules have performed well individually with grapplers placing in the top-3 of their respective weight classes on two occasions. The next and also last nonduel competition on the Mules schedule is the annual Roger Denker… Read more »
Three students who were expelled nearly 50 years ago were honored with honorary doctorate degrees during the fall 2018 commencement ceremony. The students, Sentwali Aiyetoro (formerly David Walter Brown,) Kenneth Kamau King and Burnele Venable Powell, were expelled in spring 1969 after bringing members of the Black Panther Party to the Student Union. Jeff Murphy,… Read more »
John Francis Morehead, 91, of Warrensburg died Sunday, Jan. 13, at St. Luke’s East in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday Jan. 22 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Warrensburg with Father Joe Bathke officiating. Interment will follow the service in Missouri Veterans Cemetery in Higginsville. The family… Read more »Read More...
Julia Margaret Maham, 84 of Knob Noster, Missouri, died Thursday, Jan. 10, at Harmony Gardens Assisted Living in Warrensburg surrounded by her family.Read More...
Linda Foster, 70, of Warrensburg, Missouri, died Saturday, Jan. 12, at Western Missouri Medical Center.Read More...