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St. Joseph Murder St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-29) St. Joseph authorities are working a murder investigation of a 17 year old.
Pets at Walgreens Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-29) The New Nodaway Humane Society and the Maryville Walgreens team up for an "Adopt A Pet" event from 9 to 12 tomorrow morning.
Pitch Hit and Run St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-29) The Major League Baseball pitch, hit, and run contest at St. Joseph's Heritage Park has been rescheduled for this Sunday from noon to 2.
Women Habitat St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-29) Starting this weekend, women across America will put aside their nail polish and pick up nail guns and other equipment during "National Women Build Week" with habitat for humanity.
Strum and Stroll Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-29) The 6th Annual Strum and Stroll event held in downtown Chillicothe is just around the corner.
Brownville Jazz Brownville, Ne. (2011-04-29) Jazz sensation Annie Sellick is performing this weekend at the Brownville Concert Series.
Auction Albany, Mo. (2011-04-29) An area auction is designed to help a community and its four legged citizens.
DWI Checkpoint Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-04-29) We have learned law enforcement have schedueld two sobriety checks have for sometime in May which starts Sunday.
Nodaway Chorale Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-29) The Nodaway Chorale finishes its season with music from a musical set in Scotland.
Beethoven's 9th St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-29) The St. Joseph Symphony this weekend ends its season with a triumph in classical music literature: Beethoven's 9th.
Drug Take Back Albany, Mo. (2011-04-29) The hospital in Albany is participating in tomorrow's National Drug Take Back Day.
Levee Letter Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-28) Missouri's DC delegation has sent a letter to the Obama Administration appealing to save 130,000 acres of the Missouri boot heel from flooding.
Joint Engineering Agreement St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-28) A dual degree agreement is being inked this afternoon in St. Joseph, one that has Missouri Western joining forces with the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
McCaskill Staff Visits Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-28) Staffers from US Senator Claire McCaskill's office are making the rounds through north Missouri holding forums to get input from constituents.
Prescription Take Back St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-28) The St. Joseph Police Department and the US Drug Enforcement Administration have partnered together as part of the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Collection Site Albany, Mo. (2011-04-28) The Albany Collection Center is now open for residents to recycle and to help area communities.
Fashion Show Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-04-28) The Nodaway County Historical Society is planning a fashion show and tell program for Sunday, July 31st, and needs contributors.
Road Closures Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-04-28) If the weather holds, two more northwest Missouri roads are closing for road work starting today.
Carrollton School Board Carrollton, Mo. (2011-04-28) The Carrollton School Board meets this afternoon for a quick but important meeting.
Clarinda Council Clarinda, Ia. (2011-04-28) The Clarinda City Council meets tonight.
Administrator Search Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-28) Chillicothe's mayor says he will be acting city administrator until another is hired.
Iowa Homicide Charges Red Oak, Ia. (2011-04-27) Authorities have charged an Essex woman in a collision that killed two children near Red Oak in southwest Iowa.
St. Joseph School Closings St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-27) The draft of a long-range plan for St. Joseph's public schools includes closing some elementary schools, renovating others and building new facilities.
Administrator Leaves Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-27) Chillicothe's mayor Pro Tem says it was a mandate by the citizens that led to city administrator dean Brookshire's resignation.
Railroad Safety Caldwell County, Mo. (2011-04-27) Law enforcers and other agencies are taming up in Caldwell county today as a reminder for railroad crossing safety.
Commencement North Central Missouri, Mo. (2011-04-27) North Central Missouri College has announced it's commencement speaker for graduation on May 7th: Alumnus Dr. John Holcomb.
Photo Exhibit Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-27) Tonight more than 300 photo's taken within a 60 mile radius of Chillicothe will be exhibithed in the "My Rural America Photo Exhibit."
Maryville Zoning Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-27) A problem issue in Maryville is a step closer to being resolved.
South Missouri Floods South Missouri, Mo. (2011-04-27) Some travel is at stand-still and about 400 citizen soldiers from the Missouri National Guard are now on the ground in south Missouri, trying to help with local flood relief efforts making national headlines.
Public Art Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-27) Maryville is moving forward with a public art project.
Minor Road Upgrades St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-27) Nearly 70 lettered highways in a dozen counties across northwest Missouri are set to be resurfaced and patched the next several months.
City Administrator Leaves Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-26) The Chillicothe City Council is moving forward after its city administrator resigns.
Spring Planting Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-26) Soggy conditions aren't welcomed for our midwest corner farmers.
Premium Standard Farms North Central Missouri, Mo. (2011-04-26) An economic impact study of premium standard farms and farmland foods has been completed by the commercial agriculture program, at the University of Missouri Extension.
Stolen Property St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-26) St. Joseph Police are looking for the owners of dozens of items after compiling a list from burglaries earlier this year.
Black Cut Worm Holt County, Mo. (2011-04-26) Corn growers should start scouting their corn fields for black cut worms.
Agrability Gallatin, Mo. (2011-04-26) The second annual "Access to Agrability and You" workshop will be held tomorrow in gallatin.
Battle of the Belts Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-26) Missouri highway patrolmen will be out in force at Missouri's college campuses this week, but it's for a good cause.
North Central Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2011-04-26) The Board of Trustees at North Central College in Trenton meet tonight.
Flooding Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-04-26) Saturated ground and even more rain is causing flood warnings to be posted for our region.
Adult Education Literacy Volunteers Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-25) The Adult Education Literacy program in Maryville continues looking for volunteers
Grant Seminar Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-25) Many area organizations received advice on grant writing earlier this month.
Customer Service Recognition Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-04-25) The Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce announces a bed and breakfast as the winner of the city's Golden Apple Award.
Tree City Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-25) Maryville has retained its long-standing designation as "Tree City USA".
Maryville Dream Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-25) The city of Maryville has recieved funds for "Downtown Revitalization and Economic Assistance to Missourians" or "DREAM", for the 3rd consecutive year.
Bridge Work Delayed Atchison County, Mo. (2011-04-25) That road and bridge closure set for today in Atchison county has been postponed.
Trenton City Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2011-04-25) The Trenton City Council meets tonight.
Chase Message Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-25) A follow up to the high-speed chase in the Maryville are we broke last week.
Collaborative Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-25) The community of Maryville is coming together to attract visitors from the surrounding metropolitan areas.
Nodaway Chase Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-04-22) A rural Andrew county man faces a laundry list of charges after allegedly tying up and beating an elderly Cameron couple, then stealing their truck, leading officials on a hundred mile per hour chase, and in the process hitting a minivan and totaling 2 police cruisers before being shot at and stopped.
Nixon Biz St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-22) A handful of St. Joseph entrepreneurs met with governor Jay Nixon yesterday.
Worth County Closure Worth County, Mo. (2011-04-22) Weather permitting, Worth county drivers will find a lettered highway closed on Modnay for bridge work set to last for about 8 weeks.
Brownville Bridge Update Brownville, Ne. (2011-04-22) State transportation officials say the Brownville Bridge Project has reached a mileston and is on track to be open later this Summer.
Extra Mile Walk St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-22) For jsut the 2nd time, the Community Food bank out of St. Joseph is holding a fundraising walk tomorrow for the "Backpack Buddies" program.
Missouri budget Passed Cape Girardeau, Mo. (2011-04-22) Even though Missouri Senators have passed their version of the state's 2012 budget, some are warning about an ongoing budget crisis.
Missouri River Warning St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-22) The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Missouri River at St. Joseph.
Northwest Missouri Pursuit Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-22) A suspect is recovering at the St. Joseph Hospital after leading law enforcement in a hundred mile per hour chase through Maryville, Maitland, and ending at Skidmore.
H20 Treatment Auburn, Ne. (2011-04-21) A new water treatment plant began supplying water to the city of Auburn Nebraska yesterday, but more work needs to be done.
Health Decisions Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-21) Health Care Decisions Day is set for April 27 this year.
Habitat Humanity Skidmore, Mo. (2011-04-21) Habitat for humanity's homeowner selection process begins next Saturday, April 30th.
New Business Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-04-21) Nebraska City celebrates a new business opening.
Albany Meeting Albany, Mo. (2011-04-21) The Albany Aldermen Reorganize following the elections and look ahead to community activities.
Copper Thefts St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-21) A rash of copper thefts in St. Joseph has police issuing warnings to property owners.
Red Cross St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-21) In the last few weeks, Red Cross disaster workers have responded in 20 different states to victims of floods, tornadoes, and wildfires.
Wanted Shooter Kansas City, Mo. (2011-04-20) The suspect wanted for allegedly shooting a highway patrolman in northwest Missouri this morning is now in jail.
Wanted Shooter Kingsville, Mo. (2011-04-20) Law enforcement throughout northwest Missouri are on the lookout for a suspect who they say shot at a highway patrolman early this morning.
Missouri Education Funding Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-20) A 189 million dollar bill funding Missouri's schools is sitting on the governor's desk.
Mound City Vote Mound City, Mo. (2011-04-20) The Mound City School Board is voting tonight on becoming the next school district in the state to have a 4-day school week.
Brookfield School Brookfield, Mo. (2011-04-20) The Brookfield R-3 School Board approves 7 make up days for all the school missed in February.
Trenton FFA Award Trenton, Mo. (2011-04-20) The FFA chapter in Trenton wins the award for a state-wide video contest sponsored by the Missouri Farm Bureau.
Grace Arraigned Burlington Junction, Mo. (2011-04-20) The man accused of shooting another last week in Burlington Junction is arraigned on the charges.
Decker Guilty Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-20) The former public works director for the city of Maryville avoids a trial and pleads guilty of stealing from the city.
Redistricting Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-19) Missouri lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are hoping for compromise this week.
Pot Busts Up Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-19) A string of recent marijuana discoveries in Maryville has local law enforcers cracking down.
Highway Patrol Honors Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-19) Two Highway Patrol troopers from our region are two of 30 the patrol has honored at an awards banquet this past weekend.
Administrative Professionals Luncheon Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-19) The Chillicothe Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon tomorrow at the Chillicothe Country Club.
Imitation Drugs St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-19) Fake drugs are causing real health problems in the St. Joseph area.
Princeton Chamber Princeton, Mo. (2011-04-19) Residents of Princeton are getting ready for a city-wide garage sale.
Cash to School Harrison County, Mo. (2011-04-19) South Harrison High School gets a boost to its budget: a $6,000 check from a local business.
Murder and Suicide Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-19) Chillicothe Police are trying to figure out the cause of an apparent murder/suicide.
Albany School Board Albany, Mo. (2011-04-18) The Albany School Board meets tonight to swear in new members.
St. Joseph City Council St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-18) The St. Joseph City Council meets tonight.
Airplane Safety Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-18) Aviation buffs will be able to hear about recent changes at a special seminar tomorrow night in Chillicothe.
Mongolian Education Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-18) A delegation from Mongolia is benchmarking the university in Maryville.
Toms Shoes Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-18) The founder of a socially-responsible company is giving a lecture tonight in Maryville.
Student Liaison Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-18) Another step is being taken to connect town and gown in Maryville.
KCP&L Rate Increase Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-18) Kansas City Power and Light customers will be paying more.
Cicada Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-18) The state of Missouri is on the verge of a major periodical cicada emergence.
Farmer Loans Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-04-18) The deadline is today to apply for a farm service agency disaster loan designation.
Sales Tax Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-04-18) Nodaway county residents will have a chance to save big on household appliances.
Northwest Missouri Shooting Burlington Junction, Mo. (2011-04-15) One man is in jail and an acquaintance recovering after a shooting about 5 O'clock last night in Burlington Junction.
Maryville Concert Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-15) Maryville will be packed tonight as several thousand are expected to gather for a concert at the university.
New Cancer Space Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-15) A unique partnership has formed in Maryville and cancer patients will benefit.
Bridge Schedule Gentry County, Mo. (2011-04-15) The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced schedule changes for road and bridge construction in Gentry county.
Celebration Chior Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-14) The Northwest Celebration Choir will be performing at 8 tonight on the Maryville campus.
Recycling Cut Savannah, Mo. (2011-04-14) This is the last week for city recycling in Savannah.
Senator on Debt Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-14) Missouri senators are weighing in following the president's speech: How To Tackle The Debt And The Controversial Move Of Raising The Debt Ceiling.
Waste Burning Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-14) Due to recent windy conditions, the yard waste-burning period in Maryville has been extended and will end APril 24th, that's next Sunday.
Project Prom Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-14) This year's Project Prom for Chillicothe High School has been renamed "Project Amy Archer", in memory of the CHS senior whi has killed by a drunk driver ten years ago.
MS Walk Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-14) A fundraiser to help victims of multiple sclerosis will be held Saturday at Simpson Park in Chillicothe.
Chillicothe Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-14) The Chillicothe City Council approves a state grant for airport upgrades.
Fish Count Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-14) Efforts continue today to collect the pallid sturgeon from the Missouri River.
Truck V Store St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-13) 6 people, including an infant and toddler, were taken to the hospital after a truck runs into a St. Joseph convenience store.
Magazine Highlight Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-13) Northwest Missouri State professor Dr. Chakraborty will be featured in the next issue of Ingrams Magazine where they are highlighting 50 Missourians you should know.
Arbor Day Honoree Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-04-13) Nebraska City's 2011 Arbor Day Committee recognized Joel and Helen Lundak as this year's Arbor Day Honorees.
Marceline Pipes Marceline, Mo. (2011-04-13) The Marceline City Council is putting wheels in motion to complete the Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Program for the city.
New Store Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-13) The Chillicothe chamber celebrates a new store opening this morning.
Redistricting Kansas City, Mo. (2011-04-13) The controversial topic of redistricting continues making its way through the Missouri Statehouse.
Agriculture Academy Students Kansas City, Mo. (2011-04-13) Five high school students in our region are among just 30 statewide that will attend the 2011 Agribusiness Academy.
Principal Changes Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-13) The Marceline high principal is leaving for the same position in Chillicothe.
Chillicothe Drug Arrest Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-13) A Chillicothe man is in court today after his arrest on a nearly year-long drug investigation.
South Depot Redo Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-13) The city of Maryville takes the first step in re-doing a street that has literally gone to pot.
Maryville Mayor Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-12) Maryville has a new mayor.
New Hospital Trenton, Mo. (2011-04-12) It's a new chapter today in Trenton area healthcare.
548th Deployment Trenton, Mo. (2011-04-12) Citizen soldiers from across Missouri have now left on their mission to Afghanistan.
Carrollton School Meeting Carrollton, Mo. (2011-04-12) The Carrollton School Board meets tonight.
Civil War Meds St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-12) A new exhibit opens tomorrow at the St. Joseph Museum putting a twist on the history of the Civil War.
Brookfield School Meeting Brookfield, Mo. (2011-04-12) The Brookfield R-3 School Board meets this evening.
Killadelphia Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-12) A special awrad-winning prison drama is being performed tonight in Maryville.
Maryville Shooting Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-11) No name is being released but charges are pending against a 62 year old rural Maryville man after shots are fired into a Maryville apartment.
Student Employment Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-11) For the past several years a university in the United Kingdom has been exploring how to engage students as contributing partners to the community and it's taking the idea from north Missouri.
Course Collaboration Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-11) The universities in Maryville and St. Joseph are collaborating with 11 other campuses in Missouri to share re-designed classes.
Sobriety Check St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-11) Troop H of the Missouri State Highway Patrol in St. Joseph says they will have a sobriety check point in Nodaway county before the month's end.
Trenton City Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2011-04-11) The Trenton City Council has a short agenda for tonight's meeting.
New Novelist St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-11) The Andrew County Presecuting Attorney has a presentation this evening, but not in court.
Marceline Council Meeting Marceline, Mo. (2011-04-11) The Marceline City Council meets tonight.
Yappy Hour Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-08) Happy hours on a Friday evening are nothing new.
St. Joseph Arts Fund St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-08) St. Joseph area residents are pitching in for the arts in town.
Pot Busts Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-08) More arrests for marijuana possession, this time in Maryville.
Albany Board Albany, Mo. (2011-04-08) Albany residents are now under a new policy when it comes to late payments of city bills.
Small Business Application Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-08) Today is the first day applications open up for Missouri's small businesses to apply for their share in 27 million dollars worth of loans.
Prom Safety Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-08) High school students across the region are getting ready for prom and schools are trying to make sure it's safe.
Chorus Concert St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-08) The St. Joseph Community Chorus will present its 30th Anniversary Gala this Sunday on the campus of Missouri Western State University.
DeKalb Results DeKalb County, Mo. (2011-04-07) DeKalb county residents reject the quarter cent sales tax to fund the nearby Cameron Regional Exhibition Center.
Downtown Construction Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-07) Maryville Downtown District is still open for business, despite being a construction zone the next several months.
Museum Charge Savannah, Mo. (2011-04-07) The Andrew County Museum in Savannah is now charging for admission.
Grants St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-07) Regional non-profits now have a major resource available to them.
Regional Deployment St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-07) About 170 citizen soldiers from St. Joseph, Maryville, Trenton, Cameron, and across north Missouri have just a few days left before their deployment on Monday for a year-long mission to Afghanistan.
Camping 101 Trenton, Mo. (2011-04-07) Trenton area residents can get briefed on the basics of camping during a program at Crowder State Park but the daedline to register is tomorrow.
Civil War Lecture Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-07) The 150th anniversary of the Civil War kicks off this month and on Sunday the Nodaway County Historical Society Museum has a special presentation.
Y-Pals Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-07) The Grand River Area Family YMCA in Chillicothe is hosting its annual fundraiser for the Y-Pals mentoring program on Saturday.
Youth Safety Belt Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-04-07) The Chillicothe Police Department has recently participated in the National "Youth Safety Belt Enforcement" mobilization.
Recycling Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-07) Going green is not just a way of life, it is a business.
Gentry County Final Gentry County, Mo. (2011-04-06) Gentry County will continue the $0.19 levy for another 4 years.
Corn Planting Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-06) Corn seeding rates continue to increase.
Nodaway Results Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-04-06) In Nodaway county voting, the Maryville City Council has a new member, the Polk Fire Protection District gets much-needed money and the nearly 2 million dollar Jefferson C-123 School Expansion Proposal fails by 7 votes.
Harrison County Harrison County, Mo. (2011-04-06) Harrison county residents voted Todd Williams as the Bethany East Ward Alderman, he won with 64% of votes.
Andrew County Andrew County, Mo. (2011-04-06) Andrwe county residents have overwhelmingly decided to continue the gravel and capitol improvement tax of a half percent for 5 more years.
Worth County Worth County, Mo. (2011-04-06) The residents of Worth county voted to keep the temporary property tax levee, 72% voted yes.
Daviess County Daviess County, Mo. (2011-04-06) Daviess county residents voted to keep the Winston Street Tax continuation for 3 years, the vote passed with 88%.
Livingston County Livingston County, Mo. (2011-04-06) Livingston county residents have overwhelmingly decided to continue the current Jackson Township Road Levy of $0.34 for 4 years, the vote passed with 94%.
Buchanan Results St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-06) In Buchanan county, St. Joseph citizens overwhelmingly approve 105 million dollars in bonds to upgrade the wastewater system for the city.
Atchison County Atchison County, Mo. (2011-04-06) Atchison county residents have overwhelmingly voted yes on the Atchison County Special Road District.
Holt County Finals Mound City, Mo. (2011-04-06) In Holt County it was a 3 vote difference to determine the Mound City R-2 School Board.
Fake Drugs Bust St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-06) The St. Joseph Police Department does a drug sweep with several arrests, only this time they are looking for imination drugs.
Hot 8 Brass Band Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-06) The hot sounds of Louisiana jazz come to Maryville tonight.
James Autograph Sold St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-05) A noon auction today in Chicago has sold the only known signed photo of Jesse James.
Drug Arrests Skidmore, Mo. (2011-04-05) Two skidmore residents are arrested after law enforcement say drugs were found.
Baldrige Judge Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-05) A Maryville community leader has been chosen to be a National Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award Judge.
Voter Turn Out Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-05) Voters around Missouri are heading to the polls today to cast their ballots in a number of county municipal elections.
State Math Contest Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-05) 4 Maryville area students are advancing to the Missouri State math Contest after placing in regionals over the weekend.
James Autograph Selling St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-05) A Chicago auction house is putting the only known signed photo of Jesse James on the auction block today.
St. Joseph Delegates St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-05) Delegates from St. Joseph are in Washington, DC today.
Wildlife Habitat Improved Carroll, Ia. (2011-04-05) The US Department of Agriculture has approved a proposal by the Missouri Department of Conservation to improve wildlife habitat on more than 1,200 acres in existing wetland easements in the lower grand river watershed.
Law Office Savannah, Mo. (2011-04-05) Northwest Missouri's enterprise facilitation group lands another success sotry.
African Art Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-04) A special art exhibit opens tonight in Maryville, one that promotes world understanding besides art appreciation.
Tech Tabletop Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-04) A revolutionary project is being developed on the university campus in Maryville, one that could change the way the U.S. Military goes to war.
Gentry Re-Surf Gentry County, Mo. (2011-04-04) Resurfacing work recently began on Highway 136 in Gentry county.
Spring Highway Construction Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-04) Nearly 140 miles of lettered roads in northwest Missouri will be re-surfaced and in the coming months.
Ribbon Cuttings Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-04) The Maryville chamber is starting and capping off this week with ribbon cuttings.
Land Workshops Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-04) This is the last day to register for a series of Monday evening meetings on effectively managing your acreage.
Food Stamp Challenge St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-04) The new executive director of Second Harvest Community Food Bank in St. Joseph is launching a unique project this month.
Nebraska City Council Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-04-04) The city council in Nebraska City meets tonight
Stanberry 136 Stanberry, Mo. (2011-04-01) Travelers driving in and out of the west side of Stanberry, Missouri will soon encounter detours.
Candidate Fall Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-01) Our series on Maryville City Council candidates today spotlights Jim Fall.
Candidate Spencer Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-01) In today's spotlight on candidates for the Maryville School Board we hear from Tom Spencerr.
Soldiers Return Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-01) The future of America's fighting force is in Maryville today.
Powerlifting Clarinda, Ia. (2011-04-01) The Clarinda Academy is using sports to teach young people strength in themselves literally.
Gas Rates Down Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-01) Good news for some Western Missouri natural gas customers: Rates are dropping slightly starting today.
Murals St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-04-01) Missouri Western State University is bringing vibrant artwork to a St. Joseph Elementary School tomorrow.
Maryville Grants Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-01) Maryville students will have a chance to receive new learning opportunities thanks to grants that focus on hands-on learning.
Duck Hunt Requests Mound City, Mo. (2011-04-01) The Missouri Department of Conservation is asking hunters for their input on the timing and locations of waterfowl hunting for the next 5 years.
Northwest Blood Awards Maryville, Mo. (2011-04-01) Several Maryville area organizations and individuals were honored last week by the Community Blood Center of Kansas City.