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Relay for Life Princeton, Mo. (2011-07-29) Princeton is hosting this weekend's Relay for Life cancer fight.
Heat Impacting Crops Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-29) As the heat beats down on our listening area and the lack of rain continues, northwest Missouri crops are showing signs of stress.
Backpack Buddies Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-29) Backpacks aren't just for carrying school supplies and books anymore.
Historic Fashion Show Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-29) A unique fashion show is set for this weekend in Maryville.
Northwest Partnerships Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-29) The University in Maryville continues positioning itself as a regional leader with local governments.
Zweifel on Debt Downgrade Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-29) Missouri treasurer Clint Zweifel says Missouri is in a good position if debt talks fail and the federal government's bond rating is downgraded.
Chillicothe Dog Daze Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-29) Organizers say downtown Chillicothe is going to the dogs, and they are inviting everyone to participate.
Post Offices Inquiries Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-29) Missouri's senators are teaming together to ask questions about the plan to close more than 3,600 post offices, more than 20 of them in our region.
Regional Road Repairs Rock Port, Mo. (2011-07-29) The road work construction season continues, with 2 more slow-downs starting today and on Monday.
New Administrator Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-28) Chillicothe has a new city administrator.
Litton Documentary Airs Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-28) Chillicothe's hometown hero is the subject of a documentary airing tonight on Kansas City's Public Television Station.
Summer Commencement Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-28) Northwest Missouri State University will hold their 2011 Summer Commencement today.
Financial Advice Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-28) A local financial advisor says the uncertainty surrounding the national budget could cause higher interest rates.
Clarinda Council Clarinda, Ia. (2011-07-28) The Clarinda Council meets tonight.
Zweifel Tours Levees St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-28) Missouri treasurer Clint Zweifel toured the St. Joseph flooding situation yesterday.
Post Office Closures Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-28) About 20 rural post offices here in the Midwest corners could be closed and are included on the US Postal Service closure list.
Chiefs Red Rally St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-28) St. Joseph residents will be seeing red tomorrow as they welcome back the Kansas City chiefs and training begins.
Soldier Killed Kansas City, Mo. (2011-07-27) A National Guard soldier who had just been released from north Missouri flood fight duty has died from a crash near Kansas City.
Road Closure St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-27) The St. Joseph Street Department has closed the intersection of Gene Field and Woodbine Roads as well as Quail Drive and Karnes Road because of a water main break there.
Chili City Council CHillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-27) The Chillicothe City Council met Monday evening.
Chiefs Training Camp St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-27) The NFL Players Association has agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement ending the four and a half month lock out.
Trenton City Council Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-27) This week, the Trenton City Council approved several ordinances regarding cats in that community.
Senior Athletes Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-27) A Maryville senior citizen continues to win the gold at state competitions for older athletes.
Beautification Award Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-27) A Habitat for Humanity Home owner in Maryville wins this month's beautification award.
Heat Continues Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-27) The National Weather Service classifies the actual air temperature expected for today as "Dangerous Heat".
Nursing Graduates Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-27) 33 north Missouri residents are graduating tomorrow night, doing their part to relieve concerns of a nursing shortage in our region.
Debt Talk Take Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-27) The D.C. Debt talks are rife with politics and the loudest voices are from the extremes on both sides.
Habitat Family Chosen Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-07-26) The Nodaway County Habitat for Humanity has chosen its 2012 partner family.
Linthacum Starts Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-26) We are about a month away from the Maryville R-2 School District starting the new school year with a new superintendent.
Regional Jail Arrests DeKalb County, Mo. (2011-07-26) Authorities say arrests are imminent after an investigation of mismanagement at the Daviess DeKalb Regional Jail at Pattonsburg.
Fire Department Grants Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-26) Several fire departments in our region are awarded money from the Missouri Department of Conservation.
Robbery Suspect Arrested St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-26) A St. Joseph man is arrested after a weekend robbery of a gas station there.
Ranch Loans Available Holt County, Mo. (2011-07-26) With 200,000 acres under water in Holt and Atchison counties alone, the USDA is reminding farmers there is help available.
Abortion Protestor Arrested Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-26) A Chillicothe protester is jailed after demonstrating against abortion.
North Central Board Meets Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-26) The North Central Missouri College Board has a meeting set for tonight.
Albany School Board Albany, Mo. (2011-07-26) In the midst of the budget shortfall the Albany School Board plans to raise substitute pay for the 2011-12 school year.
KCPL and Heat Kansas City, Mo. (2011-07-26) With temperatures rising outside KCP&L wants to make sure their customers stay safe.
Back to School Fair Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-07-26) Clients of Community Services in Nodaway county are eligible to attend the Back to School Fair.
Nixon Emergency Request Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-26) Missouri's governor has put in another request to the White House, this time for a major disaster declaration.
Water Rate Increases Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-26) Maryville residents will soon see their water and sewer rates increase by 20% apiece.
Elderly Heat Albany, Mo. (2011-07-25) With the heat wave sweeping through our region, it is important to take every precaution especially for senior citizens.
Caldwell Fatality Caldwell County, Mo. (2011-07-25) A Braymer resident and upcoming junior at Northwest Missouri State in Maryville has been killed in an automobile accident.
St. Joseph City Council St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-25) The St. Joseph City Council meets tonight.
Maryville Council Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-25) The Maryville City Council considers changing certain water and sewer rate fees at tonight's city council meeting.
Food Collection Start St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-25) Starting today and running most of August, the Rolling Hills Library is collecting food and money for residents of southwest Buchanan county displaced by the flood waters.
Library Closed Today Chillciothe, Mo. (2011-07-25) While many regional libraries are set up as cooling centers, the Livingston County Library in Chillicothe is closed today to try and stay cool.
548th Royals Tribute Kansas City, Mo. (2011-07-25) The August 6th Kansas City Royals game will be a special one for the 548th transportation company from Trenton.
Chillicothe Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-25) The Chillicothe City Council meets tonight.
One Week Home Build St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-25) The St. Joseph Habitat for Humanity is gearing up for a monumental project for a monumental milestone.
Winning Musician Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-25) A junior at Northwest Missouri State University is one of less than 30 musicians nationwide chosen to perform at next month's National Flute Association Convention.
Gower Boil Order DeKalb County, Mo. (2011-07-22) The town of Gower is under a boil order.
Cooling Center Opens Albany, Mo. (2011-07-22) The hospital in Albany has opened a cooling center and is even providing rides for those who need it.
Heat and Insects Holt County, Mo. (2011-07-22) Our intense heat is not just hard on crops and gardens, it also brings insect pests.
BRWNV Street Party Brownville, Ne. (2011-07-22) Brownville Nebraska merchants will host the summer street party.
Stench in Rockport Rock Port, Mo. (2011-07-22) As the flooding continues in Atchison county a potent stench follows.
Rock Port Board Rock Port, Mo. (2011-07-22) The Rock Port Board of Aldermen clear the way for water well upgrades in town.
Clarinda Council Action Clarinda, Ia. (2011-07-22) The Clarinda Police Department gets a "Like" on Facebook by several residents.
Managed Hunt Deadline Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-22) The deadline is coming up to apply for managed deer hunts in the state of Missouri.
Weekend Heat Kansas City, Mo. (2011-07-22) Meteorologists say there's little chance of heat relief this weekend, although the first part of next week might show some cooling.
Blunt on Gang of 6 Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-22) Missouri's Republican senator is throwing his support behind the Cut, Cap, and Balance proposal passed out of the House.
Graves on River Group Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-21) Missouri congressman Sam Graves joins a Missouri River working group in the US House.
EEZ Meetings Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-07-21) Nodaway county moves a step closer in creating enhanced enterprise zones to draw industry and jobs into the area.
Money With Forages Albany, Mo. (2011-07-21) University of Missouri Extension will host the "Making Money With Forages" program at the Hundley-Whaley Learning Discovery Center in Albany.
Anderson Bike CH Auburn, Ne. (2011-07-21) 6 teens who are cycling 1,500 miles from Georgia to Boystown will stop at Auburn Nebraska.
Beat The Heat Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-21) As the temperatures reach the upper 90's and with heat index's hitting 110 those who are forced to be out in the sun need to learn how to beat the heat.
Band Director Memorial Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-21) A public memorial service will be held next Saturday for a long-time music instructor and director of the Bearcat Marching Band at Northwest Missouri State.
Blood Drive Hopkins, Mo. (2011-07-21) Flooding has cancelled scheduled blood drives.
Green Hills Services Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-21) Communities served by the recently-downsized Green Hills Community Action Agency in Trenton can still get help.
Wounded Warrior Fundraiser Princeton, Mo. (2011-07-21) An update on that wounded warrior project we told you about in Princeton.
McCaskill on Negotiations Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-21) Missouri Democratic senator Claire McCaskill is supporting the debt ceiling plan put forth by the so-called "Gang of Six".
MV Downtown Sounds Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-20) Maryville Chamber of Commerce will host the first concert of their "Downtown Sounds" event tomorrow.
Livestock Well Done Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-20) As the excessive heat warning continues for our listening area so do concerns for livestock suffering from the heat.
Rockport Welcome Rockport, Mo. (2011-07-20) The Missouri Department of Transportation has scheduled a time to start construction on a new welcome center in Atchison county.
Senator Meetings St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-20) A staff member from Missouri senator Claire McCaskill's office will be in St. Joseph tomorrow.
Savannah Budget Savannah, Mo. (2011-07-20) The cash-strapped city of Savannah is moving ahead with plans to get its budget under control.
Flood Volunteer List St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-20) The United Way in St. Joseph is asking for more flood volunteers.
Drug Suspect Stanberry, Mo. (2011-07-20) A person of interest in the case of a missing Stanberry man is being held on half million dollar cash-only bond and appears in court today on drug charges.
Disaster Assistance Atchison County, Mo. (2011-07-20) 2 more counties in our region have been added to the list for government funds because of the Missouri River Flooding.
Road Work Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-07-20) Drivers on Nodaway County Road JJ should expect delays for both this week and next.
Heat Relief Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-20) Community Services in Maryville is offering several programs for residents needing a break from this heat.
Guard Homecoming Shenandoah, Ia. (2011-07-19) Shenandoah celebrates this afternoon as about 110 citizen-soldiers return from Afghanistan.
Chillicothe Arts Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-19) The Chillicothe Area Arts Council is now selling season tickets to their annual performing arts program.
Missouri Agriculture Photo Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-19) Life on a farm will be captured by the Missouri Department of Agriculture photo contest.
Artist in the Garden Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-19) Area artists will be in Chillicothe Thursday for the artist's work in the garden program.
Rock Port Shelter Rock Port, Mo. (2011-07-19) The dangerous heat has forced 6 evacuees from Missouri River Flooding into a Red Cross Shelter now open in Rockport.
Flood Impact AG Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-19) This summer's historic Missouri River Flooding has hundreds of thousands of acres of valuable cropland underwater.
Textbook Rentals Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-19) University students in Maryville now have an even cheaper way to get an education: Textbook rentals will be available next month at the Barnes and Noble store on campus.
Congressman Invaded Lamoni, Ia. (2011-07-19) South east Iowa congressman Leonard Boswell is unhurt after an armed man invades the family's farm home near Lamoni late Saturday night.
Graves on Deby Talks Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-19) North Missouri congressman Sam Graves says he's for the Cut, Cap, and Balance bill expected to be voted on today as debt ceiling negotiations continue.
Cooling Centers Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-19) As our heat wave continues, several organizations in our region are opening up cooling centers for those without air conditioning.
Hotel Award St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-19) A northwest Missouri hotel earns distinction from a national travel website.
Hunters Banned Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-19) The State Department of Conservation has banned 2 north Missouri men from hunting.
Heat Outlook Kansas City, Mo. (2011-07-18) No end is in sight for dangerously hot conditions throughout our region.
Highway 36 Bridge Closure DeKalb County, Mo. (2011-07-18) A long-tern bridge closure on Highway 36 in DeKalb county postponed earlier starts this week.
St. Joseph Museum St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-18) If you enjoy the history of fashion or just history in general, the St. Joseph Museum will have a presentation, just for you.
Atchison CT Fair Atchison County, Mo. (2011-07-18) The Atchison County Fair will still begin today.
Excessive Heat Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-18) Forecasters from 2 agencies are warning consistent heat this week could get deadly.
School Bonanza Livingston County, Mo. (2011-07-18) School is almost back in session and the Livingston County Health Center will hold the back to School Bonanza Program.
Cut Cap Balance Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-18) The Republican Lead House is trying a different approach this week to deal with the nation's debt negotiations.
Vintage Clothing Request Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-07-18) The Nodaway County Historical Society is planning a show next week, but it's still looking for articles of vintage clothing.
Flood Funds Joplin, Mo. (2011-07-18) Missouri governor Jay Nixon says it could be this week or next when the state tallies the final bill for the Joplin Tornado and the ongoing North Missouri Flooding.
Hiawatha Meeting Hiawatha, Ks. (2011-07-18) The city commission in Hiawatha has a meeting set for tonight.
Hot Pet Tips Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-18) There's a reason it's called the dog days of summer.
Advancement VP Named Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-18) A familiar face is returning to Maryville to head the university's advancement office.
Holt Mosquitoes Mound City, Mo. (2011-07-15) Now rising Missouri River levels aren't the only thing city and county officials are watching.
Carrollton School Carrollton, Mo. (2011-07-15) The Carrollton R-7 School Board met earlier this week.
River Committee Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-15) Both US Senators from Missouri say their pleased with talks this week on Missouri River Management.
Flood Loans Andrew County, Mo. (2011-07-15) Several counties in our region fall under a new designation that allows for loan authorizations for flood victims within 24 hours.
Magazine Award Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-15) With consideration among 3,300 competitors, the Alumni Magazine at Northwest Missouri State University wins a national award.
Bridges Back Open Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-07-15) Two north Missouri bridges are back open after being upgraded in the state's "Safe and Sound" bridge improvement program.
Cooper Flood Threat Over Brownville, Ne. (2011-07-15) With Missouri River levels continuing to fall in many of our communities, the alert issued by he region's nuclear power plant has expired.
Brownville Concert Brownville, Ne. (2011-07-15) It's another weekend for a Brownville Concert Series offering.
Wounded Warriors Benefit Princeton, Mo. (2011-07-15) A run and benefit is tomorrow in Princeton to help a local soldier and the Wounded Warriors Foundation.
Thomson on Disaster Committee Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-15) Maryville Representative Mike Thomson says the State House's interim committee on disasters in the state picked up some good ideas from seeing the northwest Missouri flooding firsthand.
Healthcare Camp Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-14) A unique summer camp coming up next week is being offered in Maryville.
Green Hills Transition Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-14) The Green Hills Community Action Agency continues re-organizing following the resignation of its director.
Knitting Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-14) The Nodaway County Historical Society Museum is hosting their "Third Fridays Old Arts Program" this Friday.
Clarinda Meeting Clarinda, Ia. (2011-07-14) The Clarinda City Council has a light agenda for tonight's meeting.
Combs Scholarship Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-14) The brother of a northwest Missouri country doctor sets up a scholarship in his honor.
Road Closure Gentry County, Mo. (2011-07-14) A lettered highway in Gentry county is closing today and tomorrow for road repairs.
Oats Opening St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-14) The new Oats Northwest Regional Office in St. Joseph is open.
Parkway Party St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-14) St. Joseph's "Parties on the Park way" summer music series continues tonight.
St. Joseph City Manager St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-14) St. Joseph's as appointed their new city manager.
Ameren Rate Increase Ameren, Mo. (2011-07-14) Electric customers of Ameren Missouri will soon see their bills go up.
Battle for Blood Albany, Mo. (2011-07-14) 2 area hospitals recently competed against each other on the amount of blood collected during a blood drive.
Albany Chamber Meeting Albany, Mo. (2011-07-14) The Albany Chamber meets at noon today.
Skidmore Meth Arrests Skidmore, Mo. (2011-07-13) 2 people are arrested after officers raid a suspected drug house in Skidmore.
Bearcat Bookstore Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-13) Northwest Missouri State University will soon give students a new textbook rental program.
Blunt on Floods Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-13) Congressional leaders from the Midwest states will come together today for the first "Missouri River Working Group" meeting.
Buchanan CT Meeting Buchanan County, Mo. (2011-07-13) Buchanan county officials will have a meeting tonight for county and lake contrary residents protected by levee L-455.
Livingston County Livingston County, Mo. (2011-07-13) The Livingston County Fair continues tonight and runs until Friday.
Auburn Parade Route Auburn, Ne. (2011-07-13) The Auburn Nebraska Parade route has been changed for Friday.
Northwest Foundation Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-13) The Northwest Foundation has appointed 2 new members to the Board of Directors.
Nodaway CT Fair Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-07-13) The Nodaway County Fair is under way and runs through Saturday evening.
Trenton City Council Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-13) The Trenton City Council met earlier this week.
St. Joseph City Manager St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-12) The city of St. Joseph has appointed their new city manager and it comes from in house.
Livingston County Livingston County, Mo. (2011-07-12) The Livingston County Fair is underway and runs through the rest of the week.
Maryville Streets Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-12) The 2011 list for improving city streets in Maryville also includes upgrades at Mozingo Lake.
Silver Haired Folks Jefferson City, Mo. (2011-07-12) The silver haired legislators in our region recently developed bills to be presented to the Missouri legislators in the fall.
Nodaway Parade Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-07-12) The Nodaway County Fair Parade will take place this Saturday.
MASH Camp Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-12) Northwest Missouri State University's Technical Center will hold the "Missouri A Heck Science and Health Camp" July 20th and 21st.
Mound City Meeting Mound City, Mo. (2011-07-12) The Mound City Board meets tonight.
Heat Centers Opened Savannah, Mo. (2011-07-12) Two cooling centers in Savannah are opened today as the dangerous heat index continues.
Farm to Table Bethany, Mo. (2011-07-12) Missouri farmers may soon find their produce on more plates in schools, hospitals, and prisons.
More Heat Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-12) Even though temperatures will dip a few degrees below yesterday, dangerous heat remains in our region today.
Graves River Management Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-12) Amid major flooding, another lawmaker is pledging to put the spotlight on the management of the Missouri River.
Carrollton School Board Carrollton, Mo. (2011-07-12) The Carrollton School Board meets tonight.
McElroy 30 Years St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-12) 30 years have passed since the Ken Rex McElroy killing in Skidmore, and the case remains open.
School Sale Albany, Mo. (2011-07-11) The Albany R-3 School District will hold a surplus sale today.
Damage Assessments Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-11) 4 counties in our region will receive damage assessments from heavy rain and flooding.
Loan Guarantee Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-11) New programs are now available to aid farmers in financing for purchases of livestock feed and inputs for livestock feed crops.
Informational Meeting Platte City, Mo. (2011-07-11) An informational meeting will be held Wednesday about the Missouri linked deposit program.
Federal Disaster Dollars Atchison County, Mo. (2011-07-11) Several counties in our region have been designated as primary natural disaster areas because of the Missouri River flooding.
St. Joseph Council St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-11) The St. Joseph City Council meets tonight.
Guard Flood Help Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-11) Citizen soldiers from the Maryville National Guard headquarters are among those called up to serve flood response duty in our region.
King Arthur's Quest Red Oak, Ia. (2011-07-11) Southwest Iowa children have a chance to become actors during auditions today at the Wilson Performing Arts Center.
Missouri River Group Meets Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-11) Congressional leaders from at least 7 Midwest states are coming together this week for the first "Missouri River Working Group" meeting.
Flood Looting Atchison County, Mo. (2011-07-11) Atchison County authorities are teaming up with Missouri soldiers to protect the personal property of evacuated flood victims.
PSF Update Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-11) Premium Standard Farm's efforts to install barn scrapers in their facilities is well ahead of schedule.
Trenton City Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-11) The Trenton City Council meets tonight.
125YR Coca Cola Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-08) In honor of 125 year of Coca-Cola, Trenton Coa-Cola and the Grundy County Museum have come together.
Sobriety Checkpoint Livingston County, Mo. (2011-07-08) A recent sobriety checkpoint was conducted in Livingston County.
Tunes Under the Moon Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-08) Time again for downtown Chillicothe to present their tunes under the moon concert series.
Tetanus Vaccinations St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-08) Missouri River flooding is prompting more tetanus vaccinations, this time in the St. Joseph area.
Ellsworth Loan Ellsworth, Ks. (2011-07-08) A company lands hundreds of thousands of dollar in loans to create jobs in Ellsworth, Kansas.
Safe Routes Grants Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-08) 2 north Missouri communities gain nearly half a million dollars in grants for the "Safe Routes to Schools" program.
McCaskill Landowner Letters Kansas City, Mo. (2011-07-08) A spokesman for the Army Corps of Engineers out of Kansas City says letters to landowners offering to buy them out will not be sent for the rest of this year.
Princeton FFA Sacrifice Princeton, Mo. (2011-07-08) The Princeton High School's future farmers of America Chapter foregoes a $1,500 prize to give it to Joplin Tornado victims.
Froman Trial Postponed Gallatin, Mo. (2011-07-08) A northwest Missouri couple facing federal charges in an alleged grain fraud scheme has their trial moved to later this fall.
Hopkins Picnic Hopkins, Mo. (2011-07-07) The Hopkins Picnic gets under way today and runs through Saturday.
Flood Relief Holt County, Mo. (2011-07-07) 2 northwestern Missouri counties are eligible for financial assistance.
St. Francis Hospital Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-07) St. Francis Hospital Auxiliary announces the 2011 area student scholarship winners.
Emergency Approval Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-07) State treasurer Clint Zweifel approves 200 million dollars in low-interest loans.
New Trooper North Central Missouri, Mo. (2011-07-07) A regional resident has been assigned to patrol part of north central Missouri for the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Sacred Stones Construction Clyde, Mo. (2011-07-07) The peaceful lives of the Benedictine sisters of perpetual adoration at Clyde have been invaded by backhoes and concrete trucks, but many others are reaping the benefits.
Ribbon Cutting 2 Albany, Mo. (2011-07-07) The Albany chamber is also celebrating a new member with a ribbon cutting this morning.
Chamber Ribbon Cutting Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-07) The Maryville chamber has a ribbon cutting set for this morning.
Rate Hike Request Kansas City, Mo. (2011-07-07) Kansas City Power and Light is asking permission to once again raise Northwest Missouri electric customer's rates.
Debt Ceiling Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-07) As Washington heats up on the debt ceiling debate today, Missouri's senators are sticking to party lines on a solution.
Albany Animal Albany, Mo. (2011-07-06) Albany is currently holding fundraising events to try and raise money for their new animal shelter.
Albany Awarded Albany, Mo. (2011-07-06) The city of Albany was awarded the 2011 Safe Route to School Grant.
Puppetfest Midwest Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-06) Puppeteers from around the world will be heading to Trenton for the 9th Annual Puppetfest Midwest.
Renters Rights Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-06) Renters who are forced from their homes because of flooding do not have to continue to pay rent.
Career Center Holt County, Mo. (2011-07-06) Flood water is not just ravaging farm ground and threatening homes it is also affecting peoples jobs.
Sobriety Check Livingston County, Mo. (2011-07-06) Missouri State Highway Patrol announces a sobriety checkpoint.
West Nile Virus Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-07-05) Just when breached levees and flooded buildings sounded bad, another plague could easily hit flood-ravaged parts of our listening area.
Neb City Council Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-07-05) The Nebraska City Council will hold a meeting this evening at 6.
Electronic Med Center Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-05) More and more Missouri hospitals are adopting a new way to keep health records.
Food Stamp Funding St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-05) The head of our region's food bank says federal funding of the food stamp program should not be on the chopping block during budget negotiations the next few weeks.
Hiawatha Meeting Hiawatha, Ks. (2011-07-05) The Hiawatha City Commission meets tonight.
Lawson Park Meeting Lawson, Mo. (2011-07-05) Public input is wanted during a meeting tomorrow on the future of Watkins Woolen Mill State Park and historic site near Lawson.
Senate Flood Group Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-05) Two Missouri senators are among a group of federal lawmakers that have joined forces to investigate flood control along the Missouri and its impact on communities up and down the basin.
Road Closure Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-05) The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced a Nodaway country road to be closed Thursday.
Economic Evacuation St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-05) Our region's largest city dealing with rising flood water is struggling with policy and the potential economic impact.
Summer Bugs Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-05) The 4th of July may be over, but the outdoor summer season has just begun.
Highway Patrol Patrols St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-05) The Highway Patrol headquarters in St. Joseph is warning motorists troopers are cracking down on drivers not obeying flood closures.
Soles for Christ St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-04) The annual Soles for Christ shoe program is asking for donations for shoes.
Missouri Education Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-04) Missouri's National Education Association will hold a convention in Chicago.
Chillicothe Arts Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-04) The membership drive is now underway for the Chillicothe Arts Council.
Maryville Company Award Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-04) A Maryville sale barn wins a national award.
Flood Vaccines Atchison County, Mo. (2011-07-04) Communities up and down the swollen Missouri River are not only requesting sandbags, but vaccinations as well.
St. Joseph 4th St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-04) Just a reminder St. Joseph's 4th of July celebration has been moved.
Livingston CT LIB Livingston County, Mo. (2011-07-04) The Livingston County Library will offer a program dedicated to highlighting all of the resources available at the library's website.
Spence Appointed Unionville, Mo. (2011-07-04) A north Missouri agriculture producer has been named to a federal task force on agricultural air quality.
Frogging Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-04) Bullfrog and Green Frog season is now upon us.
Congressional Flood Request Kansas City, Mo. (2011-07-01) 8 members of the Missouri Congressional Delegation backing up the governor's request for federal flood assistance.
Chillicothe Changes Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-07-01) More changes in Chillicothe.
Maryville Storm Cleanup Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-01) Maryville Residents can now get rid of brush and debris from Sunday's storm for free.
Percival Breah Percival, Ia. (2011-07-01) Yesterday's levee breach at Percival Iowa in Freemont county has actually helped flooded communities downstream.
St. Joseph 4th St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-01) St. Joseph's 4th of July celebration has been moved.
Carer Center Cuts Trenton, Mo. (2011-07-01) Funding cuts force another regional agency to close offices in northern Missouri.
BCU Students Mayville, Mo. (2011-07-01) Northwest Missouri State University continues its relationship with Birmingham City University, in the United Kingdom.
St. Joseph Mustangs St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-01) America's greatest past tiem can't get much more American than this Sunday.
Partnership Expansion Maryville, Mo. (2011-07-01) Missouri governor Nixon is requesting more federal money to expand a program that serves the developmentally disabled in the state.
Evacuation Testing St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-07-01) As we first told you yesterday, storm sirens will be going off in St. Joseph to test the flood emergency evacuation plans.
Clarinda City Council Clarinda, Ia. (2011-07-01) The Clarinda City Council unanimously approves pay raises for city employees.