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Holt Flooding Holt County, Mo. (2011-05-31) There has not yet been a mandatory evacuation order issued for the big lake area in Holt county but flood preparations have begun.
Holt Flood Preps Holt County, Mo. (2011-05-31) Holt County officials are in the start of putting their emergency plan into action anticipating Missouri River flooding the next few days.
Empty Bowls St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-31) A "Hunger Coalition" has formed in St. Joseph for a special event tomorrow to help feed hungry.
Nursing Degrees Trenton, Mo. (2011-05-31) The nursing degree program at the college in Trenton is designed to address the shortage in north Missouri.
St. Joseph Arts Awards St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-31) The St. Joseph mayor is looking to award those involved with the local arts.
Chillicothe City Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-31) The Chillicothe City Council meets tonight.
Summer Reading Program Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-31) Registration is now open for the Maryville Public Library Summer Reading Program.
Nature Center St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-31) The Remington Nature Center in St. Joseph has a new exhibit to showcase.
Electric Rates Being Phased Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-31) The 21% rate increase for Kansas City Power and Light customers we told you about a few weeks ago is now changing and will be phased in gradually.
Andrew County Museum Andrew County, Mo. (2011-05-31) The Andrew County Museum will become a blue star museum today.
St. Joseph City Council St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-31) The St. Joseph City Council meets tonight, a day after the regular time because of yesterday's holiday.
Memorial Day Crack Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-30) The Missouri Highway Patrol wants you to have a safe and happy Memorial Day.
Naming Honor St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-30) Missouri Western in St. Joseph has honored its first director of athletics by naming a drive after him.
University Accolades Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-30) Northwest Missouri State in Maryville is named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Maryville Car Break Ins Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-30) More car break-ins are being reported in Maryville, and it has law enforcers concerned.
Maryville Soccer Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-30) Maryville could see hundreds of visitors come into town by putting it on the map for a youth soccer tournament.
Student to Normandy St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-30) This Memorial Day is extra meaningful for one St. Joseph high school senior.
Nodaway County Road Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-05-30) The Missouri Department of Transportation is closing another Nodaway County road for repairs tomorrow.
Library Grant Daviess County, Mo. (2011-05-30) The books in the Daviess County Library are safer thanks to a major grant.
KCP&L Rate Change Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-28) A meeting this morning by state regulators has lessened the shock of a 21% rate hike for northwest Missouri customers of Kansas City Power and Light.
Gentry County Missing Person Gentry County, Mo. (2011-05-27) A Gentry county resident has been reported missing.
Hazardous Material Evacuation St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-27) A chemical spill leaking from a train forced a precautionary evacuation last night southwest of St. Joseph.
Holt County Flooding Holt County, Mo. (2011-05-27) Holy county authorities are keeping a close watch on the Missouri River that's flooding, but says the flood-prone big lake area is not under an evacuation order and is expected to be open to visitors over the Memorial Day holiday.
Guard Survey Deadline Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-27) Companies in our Midwest corner region with employees in the guard and reserve are being reminded of a deadline coming up.
Oats Milestone Camero, Mo. (2011-05-27) A Cameron woman getting ready to retire 15 years ago is now marking that milestone working at the Oats transportation service.
Joplin Missing Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-27) About 230 residents of Joplin are still missing, and north Missouri can help out.
Missouri Insurance Rates Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-27) Could the devastation in Joplin impact all Missouri insurance rates?
Cash Only Please St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-27) The Red Cross out of St. Joseph is putting out a warning: Donations of supplies pouring into Joplin are beginning to overwhelm recovery efforts.
Missouri Academy Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-27) The Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics, and Computing in Maryville will celebrate their biggest class in history tomorrow.
Blood Drive St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-27) The Red Cross says blood supplies are stable for right now.
Joplin Hospital Scenes Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-27) Scene of heroism both during and after Joplin's tornado are starting to trickle out and no scene is more gripping than what happened inside the 9 story St. John's Regional Medical Center.
Joplin Deputies Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-05-26) The Nodaway County Sheriff's Office responds to a call for help in Joplin by sending 3 officers to the devastated city.
Hotel/Motel Tax St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-26) A tax increase is on the June 7th Ballot in St. Joseph.
Long Range Forecast Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-26) North Missouri is starting to flood from all the rain that fell yesterday and it looks like more is on the way.
Trenton City Council Trenton, Mo. (2011-05-26) The Trenton City Council met earlier this week.
McCaskill Assistance Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-26) Missouri senator Claire McCaskill says she's looking into what the federal government can do for Joplin residents moving forward.
Memorial Day Observance Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-26) Maryville honors war veterans on Monday.
City Administrator Search Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-26) A search committee has now been formed to hire CHillicothe's next city administrator.
Flood Warnings Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-26) Due to the recent rainfall the National Weather Service in Pleasent Hill has issued 2 flood warnings for our listening area.
PM Flood Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-05-26) Flash flooding in Nodaway county is starting to cause problems including a wreck about an hour ago near graham.
Holt County Flooding Holt County, Mo. (2011-05-26) Expecting flooding along the Missouri River, Holt County residents are being asked to once again brace for the possibility.
Joplin Anderson Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-25) A former Albany resident now living in Joplin says the results of Sunday's tornado are still hard to believe.
Tornado Possible Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-25) The National Weather Service has stopped just short of issuing a tornado watch for our region, but instead has issued a special weather statement.
10 Year Old V Train Livingston County, Mo. (2011-05-25) A 10 year old escapes with her life after driving onto railroad tracks and colliding with a train.
Northwest Power Outage Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-25) Power outages occurred throughout northwest Missouri last night due to severe weather.
Nodaway Road Work Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-25) Everything depends on the weather, but MoDOT is still planning on two road closures in Nodaway county tomorrow and Friday.
Bridge Back Open Atchison County, Mo. (2011-05-25) Drivers in Atchison county Missouri should know a bridge closed down for months is now back open.
Maryville Main Street Construction Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-25) Despite the rainy weather downtown Maryville is moving forward with construction plans.
Missouri Flooding Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-25) Wet weather today and tomorrow could prompt more flood warnings for our residents along the Missouri River.
"Ready In Three" Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-25) Create a plan, prepare a kit, listen for information.
New Representative Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-25) There's a new face at Maryville City Hall.
Tuesday Weather Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-24) Much of our region this afternoon got a taste of the weather to come later tonight.
Joplin Tues AM Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-24) A double examination of buildings has been done in Joplin but relief work has barely begun.
Joplin Searches Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-24) While emergency crews go through rubble in Joplin to look for victims, dozens are pouring into town to try to find loved ones and friends. Camille Phillips spent yesterday with people trying to start their search.
Joplin Local Help Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-24) The citizens of Chillicothe are stepping up to lend a hand to Joplin tornado victims.
Joplin St. Joseph Aide St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-24) Crews and equipment from St. Joseph are headed to Joplin today.
Water Rate Increase Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-24) Maryville residents could soon see a 20% increase in their water bills.
Tornado Lessons Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-24) Examining the historic Joplin tornado will provide volumes of information and learning for residents including all of us in tornado alley.
Doctor Standby Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-24) A Maryville physician has been called to help out with efforts in Joplin and then told to wait until further notice.
National Weather Service Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-24) The national average for the number of tornadoes is down but the fatality rate is up.
Thomson on Session Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-24) Maryville's representative says if lawmakers are called back for a special session, economic development will be a major issue of discussion.
Planetarium Reopens St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-24) The Bushman Planetarium in St. Joseph reopens tonight and is planning a series of programs for the public.
Second Harvest Help St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-24) The food bank in northwest Missouri has found a way to potentially help victims of the Joplin tornado.
Joplin National Weather Service Analysis Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-23) With the governor's assessment of about 2,000 buildings destroyed in Joplin, National Weather Service investigators are trying to learn as much as possible from the historic twister.
Joplin MV Relief Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-23) A local group in Maryville is collecting relief supplies and plans on leaving for Joplin at midnight tonight.
Joplin Rescue Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-23) Rescue efforts in Joplin are being hampered on two fronts.
Joplin Survivor Stories Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-23) Stories of survival are being told by people either helping or covering the devastation in Joplin.
I-44 Reopened Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-23) The Main Interstate running through the tornado area is now back open.
Joplin On Scene Joplin, Mo. (2011-05-23) s rescue and recovery continues in Joplin, our Missouri Public Radio reporter Dan Verbeck is now on the scene and says he's seeing devastation not just in town, but even coming into the southwest Missouri city.
Children's Mercy Relief Kansas City, Mo. (2011-05-23) An area hospital is helping with the relief effort in Joplin.
I-44 Westbound Road Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-23) Roads are still closed due to the devastation left behind from the Joplin twister last night.
Maryville City Council Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-23) The Maryville City Council meets tonight.
Seat Belt Enforcement St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-23) The St. Joseph Police Department starts this week making an extra effort to crack down on drivers without seatbelts.
Community Garden St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-23) Students at a St. Joseph Elementary School is sharing fruits of their labor with the community.
Brookfield School Board Brookfield, Mo. (2011-05-23) The Brookfield School Superintendent is recognizing area communities for their scholarship support of graduating seniors.
Representative Representatives Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-23) Members of Congressman Sam Grave's staff are holding a series of community forums this week.
Trenton City Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2011-05-23) The Trenton City Council has a meeting tonight.
North Central Campus Barton, Mo. (2011-05-23) Development of the Barton Campus near Trenton is moving forward and another project is about to begin.
Torch Run Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-23) Maryville will join several other regional communities by hosting the Special Olympics Torch Run tomorrow.
Hamilton Robbery Hamilton, Mo. (2011-05-21) The FBI is helping with the investigation after a lone bank robber hit Bank Northwest in Hamilton yesterday.
St. Joseph Murder Sentence St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-20) A Kansas City man will serve life in prison without possibility of parole for stabbing a man to death in St. Joseph.
Priest Charged Liberty, Mo. (2011-05-20) A western Missouri priest formerly serving in St. JOseph is charged with 3 counts of possessing child pornography after authorities reported finding images on computers he used.
Maryville Future Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-20) The process of developing Maryville into the next decade and beyond is moving forward.
Princeton Chamber Princeton, Mo. (2011-05-20) The Princeton Chamber is discussing Christmas in May.
Local Bucks Shenandoah Ia. (2011-05-20) A city in our region has come up with a unique way to support the local economy today.
Sheriff Scam Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-05-20) The Nodaway County Sheriff is warning of a scam involving his office and other law enforcers.
Brownville Concert Brownville, Ne. (2011-05-20) A young concert artist is in the spotlight this weekend at the Brownville Concert Series and the audience will get a closer than normal experience.
Unemployment Fund Savannah, Mo. (2011-05-20) Missouri businesses most likely will be hit with an assessment next year to help pay the state's unemployment fund.
Missouri Theater St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-20) After a devastating fire 3 months ago the Missouri Theater in St. Joseph, is set to reopen.
Mound City School Board Mound City, Mo. (2011-05-20) The Mound City School Board met last night.
Missouri Western Drowning St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-19) Authorities have identified the victim of an apparent drowning at pool on the Missouri Western campus in St. Joseph.
City of Albany Albany, Mo. (2011-05-19) The Board of Alderman met Tuesday evening in Albany.
Northwest Cookbook Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-19) A northwest Missouri resident is on his way to becoming an author.
Akin in St. Joseph St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-19) A challenger to Missouri senator Claire McCaskill is in St. Joseph today.
Thomson on Education Funding Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-19) This year's legislative session accomplished some things, but education in Missouri still needs to be worked on.
Shaw Center Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-19) A Graceland graduate gives back to the university, again.
Plattsburg Chamber Plattsburg, Mo. (2011-05-19) Small business owners trying to find their target market and promoting tourists to your area to stay and spend money are just two of the issues being discussed at tonight's after hours program in Plattsburg.
Third Friday Program Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-19) The Nodaway County Historical Society's Third Friday Program is tomorrow afternoon.
Herzog Employee Killed St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-19) A Herzog employee and St. Joseph resident was killed today.
Writing Camp Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-19) A Northwest Missouri State professor will hold a writing camp for area youth throughout the month of June.
Presidential Preview Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-19) The US policy in the middle east is the topic of a speech President Obama is giving this morning in the Nation's Capitol.
Washington Fuel Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-19) High gas prices are on the minds of both Missouri senators this week.
Possible Drowning St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-18) A student at Missouri Western in St. Joseph has been rushed to the local hospital after reports of a possible drowning.
Potus Promo Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-18) KXCV and KRNW will be broadcasting President Obama's speech live tomorrow morning.
Military Support Employer Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-18) A power supplier throughout Missouri is named as a finalist for this year's secretary of defense employer support freedom award.
139th Exercise St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-18) The Missouri National Guard Unit in St. Joseph is playing a part in a National Emergency Exercise tomorrow.
St. Joe Tax Dollars St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-18) Visitors to St. Joseph last year brought in 148 million tax dollars.
Bucket List Savannah, Mo. (2011-05-18) An older movie come to life in Savannah and St. Joseph at the Rolling Hills Library on Thursday.
Regional MoDOT Closures Cameron, Mo. (2011-05-18) 16 facilities in our region will be shut down by the Missouri Department of Transportation if its plan is approved by state regulators next month.
DWI Results Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-18) The numbers are out, and Highway Patrol officials say the recent DWI saturation effort in Nodaway county was a bust.
Legislative Breakfast Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-18) Maryville area voters have a chance this morning to hear how this year's legislative session went.
Gentry Road Open Gentry County, Mo. (2011-05-18) A long-term road closure in Gentry county is over now that a new bridge has been installed.
Mound City Schools Mound City, Mo. (2011-05-18) The Mound City School Board meets tonight.
MoDOT Briefings Grundy County, Mo. (2011-05-18) The series of community briefings continue to allow MoDOT officials to explain the plan to close 136 maintenance facilities.
Smithsonian Exhibit Andrew County, Mo. (2011-05-17) The Andrew County museum has been chosen as one of only 6 institutions to host the Smithsonian Institution's traveling exhibit called "The Way We Worked".
Gentry County Road Closure Gentry County, Mo. (2011-05-17) The Missouri Department of Transportation will close another road in Gentry county.
Emergency Utility Assistance Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-17) The Green Hills Community Action Agency is offering emergency utility assistance to those who are facing disconnections.
Brookfield Schools Brookfield, Mo. (2011-05-17) The Brookfield School Board meets tonight.
Marceline Council Marceline, Mo. (2011-05-17) The Marceline City Council meets tonight.
Business Loan Workshop St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-17) Several million dollars in low-interest loans have been distributed through Missouri's "Linked Deposit" program from small businesses.
548th Deploys Trenton, Mo. (2011-05-17) About 170 citizen soldiers based at the 548th transportation company in Trenton are leaving any minute now for the Afghanistan battlefield.
Chillicothe Crash Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-17) Two people were injured in an early morning car accident in Livingston county yesterday.
Missouri Flooding St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-16) The Missouri River at St. Joseph has jumped its banks and a flood warning is now in effect until further notice.
Fatal Car Crash DeKalb County, Mo. (2011-05-16) A King City man died in a car crash over the weekend.
Missouri Road Closures Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-05-16) Missouri Department of Transportation is closing more area roads for repairs this week.
Art Opening St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-16) About 80 works of art produced by 7 St. Joseph Central High students are being unveiled at an exhibit opening tonight.
Rock Port Meeting Rock Port, Mo. (2011-05-16) The Board of Aldermen in Rock Port are meeting tonight.
St. Joseph Council Meeting St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-16) The St. Joseph City Council meets tonight.
All 3 Wars Reunion St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-16) An "All Three Wars" veterans reunion will be in St. Joseph this week.
Nebraska City Council Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-05-16) The city council is Nebraska City meets tonight.
Main Street Awards Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-16) The Chillicothe Business Community is awarding local leaders tomorrow.
Synthetic Drug Sweeps Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-16) Friday's evidence seizure at Maryville's Finish Line convenience store shows the crack-down on suspected synthetic drugs continues in our area.
Chillicothe DREAM Meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-16) The Chillicothe Chamber will hold a meeting tomorrow about the dream initiative program.
MoDOT Bolder Plan Cameron, Mo. (2011-05-16) Missouri Department of Transportation moves closer to closing northwest Missouri facilities.
Taxes Shut Down Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-13) Nodaway County SHeriff and Maryville Public Safety officers raid a convenience store this morning and seize what the sheriff calls "A considerable amount" of evidence.
Chamber After Hours Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-13) The Chillicothe Chamber is celebrating National Tourism Week with an after hours get-together this afternoon.
Eugene Field 5K Run Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-13) A Maryville School will hold a 5K race tomorrow.
Chillicothe Museum Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-13) The Grand River Historical Society Museum will have an open house this weekend.
Road Closure Atchison County, Mo. (2011-05-13) Drivers in Atchison county Missouri next week will notice a highway closed for repairs.
Road Opens Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-05-13) A bridge closed in Nodaway county is now back open to traffic after 47 days of upgrades.
Commencement St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-13) Several hundred graduates are expected to cross the stage tomorrow as Missouri Western celebrates its spring commencement.
Deposit Program Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-13) In a time of economic downturn, northwest Missouri is still looking to prosper.
Store Reopens St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-13) A store in St. Joseph is re-opening to help the community and future homeowners.
Hiawatha Meeting Hiawatha, Ks. (2011-05-13) Hiawatha residents can now get reimbursed for updating sidewalks on their property.
State Park Youth Corps Lawson, Mo. (2011-05-13) A job fair this weekend could help Missouri's youth find summer jobs.
Wings Over Weston Weston, Mo. (2011-05-13) This weekend, area residents can learn the impact birds have on our environment.
Storm Damage Crewston, Ia. (2011-05-12) Midwest corner residents are cleaning up after numerous reports of damage from the storms that rolled through our region late yesterday afternoon.
Power Rates Rising Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-12) Both natural gas rates and electric rates are going up for thousands of north Missouri residents.
Parties on the Parkway St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-12) Parties on the Parkway Concert Series celebrates 10 years tonight.
Deficit Ceiling Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-12) Missouri senator Roy Blunt says he plans on being at the White House negotiations today as congressional leaders negotiate with the administration on the nation's deficit.
Mound City Siren Mound City, Mo. (2011-05-12) Just one bid is received for the demolition of Mound City's old weather siren tower.
Clarinda City Council Clarinda, Ia. (2011-05-12) The Clarinda Council meets tonight.
Agriculture Nuisance Law Savannah, Mo. (2011-05-12) Two north Missouri lawmakers are pleased after the late afternoon signing into law of a new agricultural nuisance law.
Stamp Out Hunger St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-12) The nation's largest single-day food drive kicks off this Saturday.
Savannah DREAM Program Savannah, Mo. (2011-05-12) The DREAM project could be ending for Savannah, but city officials are waiting on new information before cutting it.
Final Turkey Numbers Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-12) The numbers are now out and no surprise. It was a stormy three weeks for Missouri turkey hunting in more ways than one.
Spring Planting Update Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-12) Dry and windier weather during the past week has let regional farmers get a tremendous jump on corn planting.
Missouri Education Funding Savannah, Mo. (2011-05-11) A northwest Missouri senator says the state's schools faired well in the budget submitted to the governor.
Chillicothe Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-11) Chillicothe leaders should know by June 10th the names of candidates for the next city administrator.
Veggie Growing Oregon, Mo. (2011-05-11) Garden planting is in full swing, and the extension agency in Oregon is teaching the cutting-edge techniques of vegetable growing.
Gas Company Taxes Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-11) Missouri senator Claire McCaskill is sponsoring a federal bill that aims at ending tax breaks for the world's 5 largest oil and gas companies.
Older Americans Month Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-11) To celebrate older American's month, U.S. Secret Service and FBI agents will travel throughout Missouri.
Business Plan Class Buchanan County, Mo. (2011-05-11) University of Missouri Extension is helping people with a business idea get started.
Holt County Road Holt County, Mo. (2011-05-11) Improvement to a Holt county road will be delayed.
MoDOT Update Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-11) The Missouri Department of Transportation will be busy in northwest Missouri this Summer.
Civil War Medicine St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-11) A local doctor and war veteran sheds light on Civil War Medicine and Amputations Thursday.
Dog Breeder Closed Sullivan County, Mo. (2011-05-10) A Sullivan county dog breeding operation has been ordered shut down by the Missouri Attorney General's Office.
Lower Electric Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-10) Union electric customers in Missouri will soon see their bills drop slightly.
Road Construction Atchison County, Mo. (2011-05-10) Better weather means more road construction for our region.
Cultural Luncheon Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-10) The deadline is today to reserve a lunch for this Spring's Chillicothe Area Arts Council Cultural Luncheon.
School Money Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-10) Several schools in our region are eligible to share in nearly 9 million dollars.
Rural Entrepreneur Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-10) Mo-Kan Development has received $500,000 from the USDA to assist rural businesses.
Sobriety Checkpoint Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-05-09) Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop H recently completed at sobriety checkpoint in Nodaway county.
Campfire Cooking Trenton, Mo. (2011-05-09) A camping cooking class will take place May 14th at Crowder State Park near Trenton.
Scholarship Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-09) The will of a Nodaway county man, Dean Gingrich has provided an endowment of $435,000 for an agricultural scholarship at Northwest Missouri State University.
Carpool Connections Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-06) With gas prices on the rise and no end in sight, MoDOT offers a program to help commuters.
Malvern Man Gives Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-06) Students from Malver High School in Iowa have even more of a insensitive to attend Northwest Missouri State University.
Community Open House Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-05-06) A unique look at the architecture on Nebraska City is being held tomorrow.
Trenton Commencement Trenton, Mo. (2011-05-06) Trenton will be busy tomorrow for the commencement ceremonies at North Central Missouri College.
Free Summer Movies Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-06) The university in Maryville is announcing its free summer movie series.
Apple Blossom Festival St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-06) St. Joseph is gearing up for an 87 year tradition.
Missouri Crack Down Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-06) With prom and graduation season quickly approaching, Missouri law enforcement officials plan to crack down on underage drunk driving.
Child Stroke Dinner Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-06) An 11 year old Maryville is recovering from a stroke.
Gas Prices Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-06) Another weekend approaches, and industry watchers are predicting more gas price increases in the next few weeks.
Mushroom Danger Atchison County, Mo. (2011-05-06) The next few days could be the peak week for mushroom hunters in north Missouri.
Homer Croy Comes Home Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-06) The work of a famous northwest Missouri man comes to Maryville Saturday afternoon.
Nodaway County Sheriff Crash Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-05-06) A Nodaway County Sheriff's deputy was involved in a two car accident this morning at the intersection of US 71 and US 136.
MoDOT Cost Savings Jefferson City, Mo. (2011-05-06) The director of the Missouri Department of Transportation says porsonnel and equipment reductions are in the future.
Educational Foundation Dinner Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-05) The Maryville R-2 Educational Foundation is preparing for their dinner and silent auction tomorrow tonight.
MoDOT Offices Closing Macon, Mo. (2011-05-05) The Missouri Department of Transportation unveils its new 5 year plan which includes closing the district office in Macon.
Boehringer Ingleheim St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-05) St. Joseph's biological vaccine production facility has begun it's first step in a 5 year expansion plan.
Turkey Status Atchison County, Mo. (2011-05-05) There are just a few days left for spring firearms turkey season, and hunters have some catching up to do.
Mound City Aldermen Mound City, Mo. (2011-05-05) The Mound City Board of Aldermen meet tonight.
Albany Board Albany, Mo. (2011-05-05) The Board of Aldermen in Albany settle on 2 local banks to do business with.
Biomass Conference St. Louise, Mo. (2011-05-05) An International biomass energy conference is going on in St. Louis this week.
Grain Fraud Plea Kansas City, Mo. (2011-05-04) A northwest Missouri couple pleads not guilty to running a grain fraud scheme that allegedly cost 110 farmers more than 3 million dollars.
Disaster Assistance Buchanan County, Mo. (2011-05-04) After first being excluded, Buchanan county authorities are now eligible to apply for federal disaster assistance.
School House Sold Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-04) The Maryville R-2 School Board finally sells its buildings trades house.
Mound City School 5 Day Mound City, Mo. (2011-05-04) The Mound City School District has voted down a four day school week for the next school year.
Chillicothe Administrator Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-05-04) First the Chillicothe city manager was asked to leave, now the city's administrative assistant follows the same path.
Two Decade Mark St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-04) A St. Joseph Oats worker is being recognized for her two decades of service to the transportation service.
Buchanan Bucks Buchanan County, Mo. (2011-05-04) A Buchanan county resident has more than a $100,000 waiting for him or her but chances are doesn't even realize it.
Armory Security Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-04) Armories in Maryville, Chillicothe, St. Joseph, and other communities through Missouri are now on alert following Bin Laden's assassination.
Graves Reax Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-04) Missouri congressman Sam Graves is praising both military and intelligence professional for the killing of Osama Bin Laden.
McCaskill Reax Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-03) Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill is applauding the US Intelligence Committee in its role of killing Bin Laden.
Corson on Bin Laden Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-03) A commanding offer living in Maryville calls Bin Laden's dath a morale booster for troops and a good day for America.
KCI Security Kansas City, Mo. (2011-05-03) Security has been increased at our region's international airport since the news of BIn Laden's death.
Nebraska Power Security Brownville, Ne. (2011-05-03) Even though military and embassies are on high alert after the US attack slaying Osama Bin Laden, our region's nuclear facility says everything there is status quo.
Carrollton Improvements Carrollton, Mo. (2011-05-03) Carrollton Schools are set to receive renovations this Summer.
Blunt Reax Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-03) Missouri Senator Roy Blunt is pointing to detainees in the war on terror as helping to bring down Al Qaeda's leader.
Local Community College Trenton, Mo. (2011-05-03) A local community college has been recognized in the nation's top 120 community colleges.
KCI Travel Kansas City, Mo. (2011-05-02) Travelers flying out of our regional airport might notice some changes but no delays.
Clarinda Manager Clarinda, Ia. (2011-05-02) The Clarinda council agrees to keep its city manager.
Missouri Elk Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-02) Missouri now has some controversial new residents today: Elk.
Crappie Fishing Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-02) Crappie fishing is in full swing through north Missouri.
I-29 Resurfacing Holt County, Mo. (2011-05-02) Drivers on I-29 through Holt county might see some slow-downs starting today, but they will also notice a better interstate in the future.
Math Re-design Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-02) The university in Maryville is making it easier for students to get through some math classes.
Red Cross Awards St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-05-02) The Midland Empire Chapter of the American Red Cross in St. Joseph announced its annual award winners.
Main Street Lab Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-02) Missouri is home to a new non-profit organization.
FFA Essay Win Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-05-02) A Nebraska City student wins a National USDA Essay Contest.
Missouri Tax Credits Savannah, Mo. (2011-05-02) A tax credit reform and an economic development package from Missouri lawmakers is on its way to becoming law.
Scholarship Winners Maryville, Mo. (2011-05-02) Several future farmers in our region are scholarship recipients from the Missouri Corn Growers Association.
Hiawatha Meeting Hiawatha, Ks. (2011-05-02) The city commission in Hiawatha meets this evening.