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Maryville Population Up Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-28) Maryville leaders say they are "Pleasantly Surprised" with the US Census numbers.
Regional Census Numbers Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-28) The census numbers are out and we now have an idea of which parts of our region are growing and which are not.
Missouri Western MOB St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-28) Retired FBI agent and author, Bill Ouseley, will be in St. Joseph Wednesday morning for his lecture "End of a Mob Dynasty".
Crimes Summit St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-28) The Buchanan County Sheriff's Department will be putting on the first Annual Rural Crimes Summit March 17th.
Colden Pond Plunge Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-28) Northwest's Saint Jude's up 'Til Dawn chapter raised more than $3,000 for the Colden Pond Plunge.
Safe Water Bedford, Ia. (2011-02-28) A Bedford man continues his group's mission of literally saving lives across the globe using table salt and a battery.
Early Literacy Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-28) Early literacy has become a growing goal among organizations in the Maryville community.
Chillicothe Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-02-28) The city of Chillicothe gets an update on the past with an eye to the future at tonight's city council meeting.
Wizard Auditions St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-28) Local children in the St. Joseph area are invited to try out this afternoon for a classic American play.
Ameren Rate Hearing Moberly, Mo. (2011-02-25) We have the new date for a public hearing on raising some regional electric bills by more than $9 a month.
Boat Ramp Closing St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-25) The city of St. Joseph is closing a popular boat ramp in town.
Corn Surplus Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-25) The US Department of Agriculture says reserves of corn have hit their lowest levels in more than 15 years.
Spelling Bee Shenandoah, Ia. (2011-02-25) A two weekend run of a musical comedy starts tonight in Shenandoah Iowa.
Recycle partners Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-25) Maryville leaders are kicking off a partnership today to encourage recycling in the community.
Bridge Closing Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-25) Despite the snow, work is still scheduled for Monday on a Nodaway county bridge that will close on a Nodaway County Bridge that will close a road for the next 2 to 3 months.
Snow Totals Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-24) Forecasters say this afternoon's snow fall totals will depend on how much sleet is mixed in.
National Art Show Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-24) A unique art exhibition that's also a nationally juried show remains on display at the Olive Deluce Art Gallery in Maryville.
On a High Note Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-24) A Maryville based performer wins top honors in two categories in a state competition.
Theater Fire St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-24) It could be another month before arts groups in St. Joseph are back in the iconic Missouri theater downtown.
Storm Costs Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-24) Nearly 8 million dollars.
Weather Advisory Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-24) The National Weather service has issued a winter weather advisory covering the entire listening area.
CMC Accidents Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-24) Pumping up about 6,000 gallons of spilled oil continues today in Maryville.
Doug Dunham Project Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-24) Northwest Missouri State University will host a public forum tomorrow to discuss progress made on its "Foundation of Excellence" project.
Savannah Manager Savannah, Mo. (2011-02-24) Savannah's new city administrator says she's excited for the opportunities that lie ahead for the Andrew county seat.
New Superintendent Sioux, Ia. (2011-02-23) The North Nodaway School Board hires a new superintendent.
Safe Water Demo Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-24) The public's invited to a special science demonstration in Maryville tomorrow. One that could revolutionize the problem of lack of drinking water world wide.
CMC Oil Spill Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-23) Hazardous Materials crews from Kansas are working this afternoon on a 40 foot trench of oil and other chemicals that spilled at Maryville's CMC factory.
Hazardous Materials Spill Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-24) Haz-Mat Cres remain on the scene of an apparent oil spill at a Maryville factory.
Agriculture Grants Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-02-23) Missouri's director of agriculture says two 4H clubs in our region area among 27 to receive grants.
City Talk St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-23) Another city talk community forum is set for tomorrow night in St. Joseph.
Trenton Chamber of Commerce Winners Trenton, Mo. (2011-02-23) The 2010 Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce announces the "Above and Beyond" winner and chamber ambassador of the year.
McCaskill Budget Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-23) Amid federal budget discussions, Missouri senator Claire McCaskill is calling for open accountability.
Perscribed Burn Brookfield, Mo. (2011-02-23) A free perscribed burn workshop is being held in Brookfield this Saturday, Febraury 26th.
4 Day School Albany, Mo. (2011-02-22) Board members in a small school district in northwest Missouri have approved a 4-day school week starting next school year.
Secret Place Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-22) Maryville will soon be host to a conference of the religiously faithful.
Orchestra Performance Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-22) A special classical music concert is being performed tonight in Maryville.
Agriculture Issues St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-22) Today is the deadline to register for a conference to discover emerging issues in agriculture.
Teen Violence Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-22) February is teen dating violence awareness month, and the Maryville Children and Family Center plans on battling it.
Electric Bills Up Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-22) KCP & L gets approval from the staet to raise electric bills in north Missouri but only by pennies.
St. Joseph City Meeting St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-22) The St. Joseph City Council meets tonight, a day later than normal because of yesterday's President's Day holiday.
Concrete Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-22) The Missouri Depatment of Transportation has announced crews will be doing concrete repair work on the northbound driving lane of interstate 29 in Atchison county.
Ribbon Cuttings Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-02-21) Two local chambers are celebrating grand openings with ribbon cuttings today and tomorrow.
Ferguson to St. Luke's Trenton, Mo. (2011-02-21) Earlier we told you Trenton's chamber president is leaving his post, now he's announcing where he's going.
Albany School Albany, Mo. (2011-02-21) The Albany School Board meets tonight.
Princeton Chamber Princeton, Mo. (2011-02-21) The Princeton Chamber of Commerce is encouraging businesses to be included in a community brochure it's working on.
Quilt Kraze Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-21) A group of enthusiasts for a popular hobby is inviting members of the public to join them.
Rain Barrels Savannah, Mo. (2011-02-21) Rain or melted snow on a home's roof typically just coasts down through the gutters and into the yard.
Dog Licensing Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-21) The New Nodaway Humane Society is making the push to get your dogs in compliance with Maryville City Ordinances.
Larceny Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-21) The Maryville Department of Safety reported a string of three thefts in a four day period last week.
Conrad Appointed St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-21) A St. Joseph Juvenile Officer is re-nominated by the governor to sit on a state board.
New Administrator Savannah, Mo. (2011-02-21) Savannah is expected to officially hire its new city administrator during a meeting tomorrow night.
Lager on ID Bill Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-21) The Republican senator from Savannah is taking his party's line on the voter.
Nodaway Audit Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-21) The state has begun auditing Nodaway county operations.
Borders Closing St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-18) Borders group incorporated confirms its St. Joseph book store is one of 200 that will be closing.
School Sharing Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-18) A measure is working its way through the Missouri senate that could save the state millions of dollars by combining services between local entities and school districts.
Nodaway Drug Bust Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-18) It has happened again, another drug bust sweep by the Nodaway County Sheriff's Office.
Maryville Courts Audit Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-18) State auditors have found some weaknesses in the way Maryville's municipal court works.
Harvest Director St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-18) St. Joseph's Second Harvest Community Food Bank has announced David Davenport will be its new executive director.
Sheriff Appointed Keytesville, Mo. (2011-02-18) The Chariton County Sheriff has been appointed by the governor to serve on a state group to fight methamphetamine.
Albany Board Albany, Mo. (2011-02-18) Albany continues moving forward on a new fueling system at the Albany Municipal Airport.
North Central Flooding Sumner, Mo. (2011-02-17) The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning through Saturday for several counties in north central Missouri.
School Resignation Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-17) The Maryville School District announced the retirement of four school employees last night.
Mountain Lions Linn County, Ia. (2011-02-17) A Northwest Missouri mans rare sighting has been confirmed by the Missouri Department of Conservation.
Women's Services Trenton, Mo. (2011-02-17) The Green Hills Community Action Agency in Trenton is pro-actively trying to dispell misconceptions about women's health services it provides.
Empty Bowls Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-17) An awareness event raising funds for a local food pantry happens tomorrow night in Maryville.
Chillicothe School Cuts Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-02-17) More discussions in the Chillicothe R-2 District on eliminating positions.
Blunt On Egypt Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-10) A Missouri senator is closely involved with international relations during the ongoing Egyptian crisis and upheaval in the middle east.
Change of Command Kansas City, Mo. (2011-02-10) One northwest Missouri serviceman steps down and another takes his place leading "Truman's Own" the legendary artillery battery "D" once lead by president Truman.
Logo Contest Trenton, Mo. (2011-02-10) The Trenton Tourism Committee is announcing a last call for entries into the Trenton Logo Contest.
Sweetheart Big Band Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-10) Maryville will be swinging this weekend both for a good cause and for Valentine's Day.
Mound City Board Meeting Mound City, Mo. (2011-02-10) The Mound City Board of Aldermen meet tonight.
Clarinda City Council Clarinda, Ia. (2011-02-10) The Clarinda City Council meets tonight.
Noontime Concert St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-10) St. Joseph area music fans can be treated to a music lovers luncheon today.
Chillicothe Primary Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-02-09) Last night was primary election day for the city of Chillicothe.
Drug Dog Bust Bethany, Mo. (2011-02-09) The Nodaway County Sheriff's drug dog makes a find in another north Missouri county.
North Missouri Business Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-09) The numbers are out showing what kind of an impact north Missouri economic development activities had on the state's push to increase jobs.
Poet Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-09) Former Maryville resident and professor emeritus Dr. William Trowbridge of Northwest Missouri State University is publishing another book of poetry set to be out next week.
Missouri Biz Break Glendale, Mo. (2011-02-09) Missouri lawmakers continue trying to figure out how to create jobs in the economic dip.
E Future Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-09) For years the old index cards from the Northwest Missouri State University library's card catalogue have long been used as scrap paper in owens library.
Plunge St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-09) The St. Joseph Police Department is taking the plunge this Saturday, February 12th. The Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics is taking place on the 12th, at Lake Contrary at 2.
NCMC Loan Trenton, Mo. (2011-02-09) The community college in Trenton lands a $740,000 federal loan to further its agriculture campus east of town.
St. Joseph Bank Robbery St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-08) Police and the FBI are on the lookout for a St. Joseph bank robber.
Energy Grant Trenton, Mo. (2011-02-08) Help with energy costs will so be available for the regions less fortunate.
Hess Charged Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-08) A Holt County man is jailed in Maryville in connection with multiple sex crimes with a Toddler.
Round Up R Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-08) Missouri farmers celebrate as the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service approves the unconditional deregulation of roundup ready alfalfa.
MoDOT Help Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-08) County road crews across Missouri are pleased to be recieving help from the state.
Homeless Grants St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-08) Several agencies in our region are sharing in 24 million federal dollars aimed at helping the homeless in Missouri.
Agriculture Hauling Class St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-08) Farmers needing information on agriculture hauling can attend a class in St. Joseph tomorrow.
Chillicothe Primary Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-02-08) This is primary election day for the city of Chillicothe.
Low Blood Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-07) Officials at the Community Blood Center says blood supply levels are critically low for northern Missouri.
National Guardsmen Marceline, Mo. (2011-02-07) Missouri National Guardsmen are back at their bases after heping in our region with the winter storm.
Better Bridges Rock Port, Mo. (2011-02-07) The Missouri Department of Transportation will be in Rock Port Missouri tomorrow.
St. Joseph City Council St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-07) The St. Joseph City Council takes up a number of construction related items at tonight's meeting.
Savannah Council Preview Savannah, Mo. (2011-02-07) The Savannah City Council meets tonight.
Snow Removal Help Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-07) Some north Missouri counties trying to deal with the massive snowfall this week have just gotten a major boost from: The State.
Long Term Forecast Kansas City, Mo. (2011-02-07) With the blizzard of '11 behind us, meteorologists warn us it's still early in the winter season.
Princeton Chamber Cook-off Princeton, Mo. (2011-02-07) Our chili weather is apparently perfect for a chili cook-off.
Letson Lecture Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-07) Building community is the issue at hand during tonight's lecture in Maryville.
Sickness Update Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-07) Nodaway County Health Department officials confirm sickness in on the rise in the Maryville area.
Northwest Mian Break Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-04) A burst water pipe on the university campus in Maryville has displaced about 21 students.
Chillicothe Street Update Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-02-04) The emergency snow ordinance in Chillicothe is still in effect although the police say citizens did a good job helping out with the snow duties.
Irish Concert Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-02-04) The traditional sounds of Ireland come to Chillicothe this weekend.
Super Science Saturday St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-04) Cabin-Fever kids will be no more thanks to an event tomorrow in St. Joseph.
Maryville R-II Make Up Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-04) Schools all across the region have had to cancel multiple days of school in the past week.
Film Fest Tonight St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-04) The Griffon International Film Festival on the Missouri Western campus was snowed out but today organizers are making up for it.
Bridge Closure Meeting Albany, Mo. (2011-02-04) A public meeting has been set for Monday to discuss plans for a multi-month bridge shut down in Gentry County.
Drug Arrest Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-04) A Maryville man is arrested after crossing the center line.
Livestock Damage Sunflower State, Ks. (2011-02-04) The short-term crisis from the blizzard of '11 may be over but long-term effects will be felt especially in the livestock industry.
Liszt Fest Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-04) The university in Maryville is hosting the "Franz Liszt Bicentennial Festival" this Sunday.
Chillicothe Streets Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-02-03) The CHillicothe Police Department is reminding residents to get cars off the emergency snow routes now.
Street Re-opening Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-03) As the "Historic" storm of 2011 continues, the city of Maryville is on its way to getting back in the swing of things.
Snowy Lawmakers Savannah, Mo. (2011-02-03) Regional lawmakers are trying to make it back home after a nearly unprecedented cancellation of legislative work in Jefferson City.
Facebook Weather Pleasant Hill, Mo. (2011-02-03) The National Weather Service is asking for the public's help.
Hypothermia Clarinda, Ia. (2011-02-03) Bitterly cold temperatures means the danger continues for hypothermia across our region.
Guard Update Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-02-02) The blizzard of '11 has packed a punch, but as of today hasn't called out too many of our citizen soldiers.
Highway 59 Closed Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-02) MoDOT has now closed down part of Highway 59 in northern Missouri.
Patrol St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-02) The Highway Patrol is working over time as a result of govenor Nixon's declaration of a state of emergency.
Humanesociety Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-02) The Humane Society of Missouri is warning pet owners, if it's too cold for you, it's too cold for your pet.
Headlights Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-02) Private organizations and public safety agencies are warning people not to be out in this weather.
Wind Chills Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-02) Monday was the ice, yesterday the snow, today's area of concern: Dangerous Wind Chills.
Northwest Update ATC Tues Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-02) The snow will continue now through the overnight hours but another big concern is the winds.
Elderly Hypothermia Clarinda, Ia. (2011-02-02) Although the arctic conditions are dangerous to anyone, our elderly residents are especially at risk.
MV Supplies Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-02) Our winter storm is the latest of a string of winter weather to hit our region this winter.
Missouri National Guard Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-01) About 60 soldiers are on standby at various Missouri National Guard Armories around north Missouri.
Red Cross Preps St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-01) From power loss to stranded interstate travelers, our region's Red Cross says it's on standby and ready to help.
Maryville Plan Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-01) Maryville's Public Works director says city crews are ready for whatever may be coming the next 24 hours.
National Guard Activated Kansas City, Mo. (2011-02-01) About 600 citizen soldiers of the Missouri National Guard have been activated in preparation for our winter storm.
KCPL Prep Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-01) With more winter weather on the way electric providers are preparing for the worst.
Grocery Runs Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-01) Snow business is good for regional retailers.
Snow Travel Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-01) Snow travel means "No" travel throughout our listening area for most of today.
Chase Fatality St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-02-01) An attempted traffic stop in St. Joseph results in one woman dead and a man critically injured after a chase and crash.
Snow Shoveling Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-01) With the "Historic" winter storm advisory in effect, health officials have some tips on proper snow shoveling technique.
MoDOT Priorities Maryville, Mo. (2011-02-01) The Missouri Department of Transportation is urging residents to limit all travel if possible.