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Q&A with UCM bowler Mary Wells
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Last week, Jennies bowler...
Twice as global, twice as good?
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there are...
Your guide to self-confidence
by Andrea Lopez Assistant News Editor If you need...
Aug. 21 Police Reports
Warrensburg Police Department Sarah H. Spencer, 20, of Warrensburg,...
Mullin’ over Mullins
by Steven Spears News Editor Settling on a career...
General Motors donates vehicle to UCM program
General Motors recently donated a 2014 Chevy Malibu to...
Liz Wood: student rep on the UCM board of governors
by Leah Wankum Managing Editor Elizabeth Wood, an undergraduate...
Rededication of former South East Elementary School Aug. 29
Warrensburg residents, including University of Central Missouri employees and...
Art student fights to save her eye
by Amy Connor Reporter “Will trade art for surgery,”...
New bus service to and from university campuses in Warrensburg and Lee’s Summit
The UCM board of governors approved a shuttle bus...
Volunteer fair offers ways to get involved
The annual Volunteer Fair is scheduled for 11 a.m. to...
Project Community Connect needs volunteers
Project Community Connect is looking for volunteers and service...
Get the Red Out planned for Sept. 11
UCM’s annual Get the Red Out celebration will take...
UCM welcomes two new coaches
by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Central Missouri baseball and...
The seven wonders of Warrensburg
by Andrea Lopez Assistant News Editor Despite the nearly...
College or military?
by Sara Lawson Reporter It’s a question that many...
Retreat prepares freshmen for college
by Liz Wood Reporter This summer, 204 incoming freshmen,...
  • By LEAH WANKUM (WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) – A UCM student pilot and his instructor made a safe emergency landing Friday morning at Max B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport. The emergency landing occurred at approximately 9:53 a.m. during a routine training flight. Tony Monetti, assistant dean of aviation, said the flight instructor, Paul Youmans, assumed full control […]

  • Warrensburg Police Department Sarah H. Spencer, 20, of Warrensburg, Mo., was arrested at 5 a.m. Aug. 9 on South Main Street on suspicion of possession of alcohol by a minor, driving while intoxicated and speeding 11 to 15 mph over the speed limit. Eric R. Hansen, 20, of Warrensburg, Mo., was arrested at 12 a.m. […]

  • General Motors recently donated a 2014 Chevy Malibu to UCM’s automotive technology management program. Various UCM representatives accepted the vehicle at GM’s Fairfax Assembly Plant in Kansas City, Kansas. The Malibu allows students the opportunity to get hands-on experience working with automotive technology.

  • by Leah Wankum Managing Editor Elizabeth Wood, an undergraduate at the University of Central Missouri, took the verbal oath of office Aug. 21 as a student representative on the UCM Board of Governors. Governor Jay Nixon announced her appointment as the new student representative earlier this summer. Her term begins in January and ends Dec. 31, […]

  • Warrensburg residents, including University of Central Missouri employees and alumni, have planned a ceremony for Aug. 29 in celebration of rededicating the former South East Elementary School located at 415 E. Clark St. With recent renovations, the school that opened in 1955 has evolved into the new site of the UCM Facilities, Planning and Operations […]

  • by Amy Connor Reporter “Will trade art for surgery,” reads Nina Gann’s Save My Eye campaign Web page at indiegogo.com. Gann is a nontraditional undergraduate student at the University of Central Missouri. At 29 years old, her life took a sharp turn for what seemed to be the worst. Nearly three months ago, Gann was trying […]

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  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Last week, Jennies bowler Mary Wells competed in the World Bowling Youth Championships for Junior Team USA for the second consecutive year. This year, the tournament was hosted in Hong Kong. Wells captured a...

  • UCM welcomes two new coaches

    August 25th, 2014
    UCM welcomes two new coaches

    by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Central Missouri baseball and basketball hired new head coaches in May, with each coach hiring staff over the summer. Kyle Crookes, promoted from assistant coach, replaces Tom Myers as head coach for baseball. Doug...

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor Missouri University announced Monday the hiring of Kim Anderson as its head basketball coach. Anderson coached Central Missouri for 12 seasons, accumulating a 274-95 career reco rd, won five conference titles and reached three...

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor No. 5 ranked Mules golf won their fifth MIAA championship in six years last Wednesday. After winning conference by 16 strokes, Central Missouri was named the top seed in the NCAA-II Central/Midwest Regional. The...

  • by Alex Agueros Sports Editor In their second season of existence, Jennies golf made significant strides in 2014, finishing fifth in conference in Lawrence, Kan. last week. Last season, the team finished tenth. The Jens added five freshmen to...

  • Missouri University announced today the hiring of Kim Anderson as its head basketball coach. The announcement concludes a 10-day search after Frank Haith left the Tigers for Tulsa University. Anderson coached Central Missouri for 12 seasons, accumulating a 274-95...

  • by Devin R. Negrete Reporter It’s slightly chilly outside, cold enough for a light jacket and gloves, with moisture in the air from the spitting rain. The sky is dark and gloomy, and the field behind Crane Stadium/Tompkins Field,...

  • Monday, it was reported Central Missouri coach and Missouri University alumnus Kim Anderson was a “strong candidate” for the Mizzou coaching position. In the report, Andy Katz of ESPN.com cited an anonymous source with “direct knowledge” connecting Anderson as one...

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