Tickets remain available for the University of Central Missouri’s annual Freedom Scholarship dinner, planned for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015. The event is the highlight of the university’s 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration.
The Johnson County Adult Literacy Program is working hard to make sure everyone has the skills to be successful. No matter the reason, they are here to help others learn to read, write and do basic math skills.
The Center for Human Services held an appreciation breakfast on Thursday (October 30) at the First United Methodist Church Celebration Center for the local groups, businesses, and organizations that interact with the Center and its workers.
Mothers Against Methamphetamine is working harder than ever to fight the scourge of this drug in our area. They've worked with a few local organizations to bring in a great speaker who has personal experience in the matter, David Parnell.
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