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Despite the predictions of rain, all the Jubilee Days events went off without a hitch as the 57th annual celebration drew big crowds. Jubilee Days started with the Baby Contest on Wednesday … more
Incorporating this heartfelt addition, the narrative for the Warsaw Leathernecks MCL #1254 at 607 East Jefferson Street in Warsaw becomes even more personal and poignant. "The flag, for me, is … more
The conversation started with Darcy Jones, “Whatta you wanna know” in a strong voice. With a glass of wine in hand revealing the grit and organizational prowess that has propelled this … more
In new business Monday eve, Lincoln's Board of Aldermen approved the addition of June 19, "Juneteenth National Independence Day," to it's employee holidays. Alderman Jack Lietzke, who proposed the … more
132 entries total (45 youth, 87 adult) by 45 artists (15 youth, 30 adult) Best in Show - Royce Ratcliff "Trike" People's Choice (Adult) - Terri Oestmann "In Clover" People's Choice (Youth) - … more
The bid opening was held for the purchase of a 100 gallon water heater for the Detention Center at the June 3 meeting of the Benton County Commissioners. One bid was received from C & L Supply … more
The Fifty-seventh Annual Jubilee Days will kick off with the Jubilee Days Baby Contest on Wednesday, June 5 in the Warsaw Community Building. All babies up to 24 months old whose parents reside in … more
In an inspiring demonstration of unity and support, the American Legion Post #217 in Warsaw was the proud venue for the inaugural Guns and Hoses Cornhole Challenge. This event symbolized a … more
Warsaw native and United States Veteran Rick Fajen recently traveled to Washington, D.C. as part of the Honor Flight of the Ozarks program. The Honor Flight program is a private not for profit … more
The Benton County Commissioners opened bids for construction and installation of chain link fences at two Benton County locations at their May 28 meeting. One location was the Benton County Dispatch … more
Nearly perfect weather brought thousands of people to the twin lakes area during the three-day Memorial Day weekend. Osage Bluff Marina manager Jason Reynolds reported a great weekend. … more
Memorial Day weekend kicked off with talented canines when Stacey and Charlie McGann began the 1st Annual Dog Parade in Warsaw, which began at 10:00 am Saturday. It was sponsored by the Deer Rest … more
Cole Camp High School held graduation on May 10 with many seniors being awarded various scholarships to continue their education. Jerra Allen graduated Summa Cum Laude and received an A+ … more
There will be an abundance of activities for Warsaw Alumni to attend while in Warsaw for the 36th all-school reunion to be held on Saturday, June 8, 2024, at John Boise Middle School. Social … more
Up before the sun rose, Warsaw R-9 School District bus driver J. D. Findley took his last drive as a school bus driver on May 16 with his usual load of children from ages 5 to 18. A bus driver for … more
Speakers at the 2024 Warsaw High School graduation included the top two graduates of the class, Alyson Alcantara and Erin Goodpaster. Valedictorian of the Class of ’24, Alyson Alcantara, … more
It all started with a conversation and a vision that would soon become a beacon of training excellence for the community. The Warsaw Fire Protection District Truman Lake Regional Training … more
In new business Thursday eve, Cole Camp aldermen approved renewal of employee health insurance with its current insurer, at slightly increased rates, after debating its cost to the city versus its … more
The bid opening was held for chip and seal of Jackman Avenue at the May 13 meeting of the Benton County Commission. One bid was received for this service from Vance Brothers, Inc., in the amount of … more
A Warsaw woman was seriously injured in an accident at 6:35 PM on May 19 in rural Benton County. The crash occurred as a 1999 Ford F150 driven by Thomas G. Starforth, 48, of Osceola traveled off the … more
Benton County Presiding Commission Steve Daleske called the May 6 meeting of the Benton County Commission to order at 9 am with Commissioners Larry Berry and Scott Harms in attendance. District … more
Vernon Harris's story is a stark reminder of the homelessness crisis right in our backyard. Originally from Iowa, Vernon came to Warsaw, hoping to find solace and support among relatives. Instead, he … more
In new business Monday eve, KPM-CPA Auditor Mary Brune reported that the city had received a clean 2023 financial audit, while noting that its major revenue sources were up and, "doing very well." … more
Lincoln High School held their graduation on Donnelly Field on Friday, May 10. Thirty-nine seniors received their diplomas. One of the speakers at the event was Lexie Dulaban, valedictorian of … more
Susan and Brian Templeton opened The Fix Coffee, at 1700 Commercial Street on May 10, 2023. They celebrated the first anniversary of the coffee shop last week with crowds of customers, 1100 free … more
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