The Student News Site of University of Central Missouri


The Student News Site of University of Central Missouri


The Student News Site of University of Central Missouri


Republic is less familiar with the Warrensburg area compared to previous trash company Heartland Waste, which contributes to inconsistent service. While some people are experiencing difficulties getting their trash taken care of, other Warrensburg residents are not having issues. I think a lot has to do with the individuals working the routes, Warrensburg resident Christine McLean Rogers, said.

City Manager Considers Waste Study

Written by Emma Fischer, News Editor
May 3, 2022
Thrive students Banti Clark, Wendy Cox, Ellen Baskins, Madeline Wallace, Shane Lewis, Seth Davis and Stacy Shelby wait in the hallway outside a classroom for their lessons to begin.

THRIVE Moves to Four Year Program

Written by Blair Miller, THRIVE Intern
March 29, 2022
Every year, the Warrensburg Police Department seizes between 100 to 150 fake IDs. Like any college town, Warrensburg’s trouble with underage drinking and partying are expected, but why do UCM students choose to use fake IDs?

How and Why Students Get Fake IDs

Written by Emma Fischer, News Editor
March 28, 2022
The Bruce Reed mural is located at 311 N. Main Street. The wrestling legend died on February 5, 2021, and the mural was dedicated on December 9, 2021.

Mural Dedicated to Former UCM Athlete

Written by Bryan O'Barr, Reporter
February 1, 2022
Senior marketing major Briley Wade volunteers at the MLK Day of Service event. Students could choose to make a variety of items to help people throughout the UCM and Warrensburg communities.

Students Volunteer during MLK Day of Service

Written by Libby East, Features Editor
January 28, 2022
While Café Blackadder was set to close, it has been purchased by new owners looking to keep the restaurant in business as Blackadder II.

Cafe Blackadder to Reopen with New Owner

Written by Dillon Seckington, Reporter
November 29, 2021
Veteran Mule Rider Victoria Happy decked out in gear ready to do a lap by the endzone once the Mules football team scores a touchdown. Photo submitted by Victoria Happy.

Mule Riders Uphold a Tradition of Excellence

Written by Gabriella Ellis, Promotions Manager
October 23, 2021
Brittany Walquist and Teresa Scarbrough stand at their booth on Holden street. One of the things today, in chatting with people, is that those who have experience in ceramics are drawn to the booth, and they’ll share their experiences, and that’s been very satisfying to meet other ceramists, Scarbrough said. She and Walquist have sold separately at various events, but this is their first time running a table together.

Artists in the Burg Display their Creativity

Written by Emma Fischer, Reporter
October 19, 2021
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