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Explosion Names Atchison, Ks. (2011-10-31) All bodies have now been recovered from the deadly Atchison Grain elevator explosion.
Guthrie Search Holt County, Mo. (2011-10-31) Damp, muddy conditions are hampering efforts to recover trooper Fred Guthrie Junior.
Names Released Atchison, Ks. (2011-10-31) We now know the names of the three men killed in the Atchison Grain elevator explosion.
Leadership NE City Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-10-31) The new class of leadership Nebraska City has been chosen.
Warnlock Atchison County, Ks. (2011-10-31) Warnlock Lake in Atchison county Kansas returned to a public health warning this week.
Cop Cams Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-31) The Maryville Police Force is getting more personal protection and crime fighting tools.
MoDOT Jobs Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-31) Despite layoffs and closures of MoDOT buildings across north Missouri, state officials say it's the maintenance workers that can be confident their jobs are secure.
Health Help Strategy St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-31) Several agencies in our region will be among the first in the nation to try a new approach for caring with people with both mental and physical health disorders.
Rural Housing Grant Decatur County, Ia. (2011-10-31) Several communities in our listening area will be sharing new money coming in for rural housing.
Emergency Watershed Protection Program Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-31) Landowners that were recently affected by the Missouri River flooding are being offered assistance from the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service.
CMS Cares Day Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-31) Chillicothe Middle School Cares Day are looking for local volunteer locations or projects in the Chillicothe area.
New Book Out Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-31) Two Maryville men author a new book on Dwight Eisenhower.
Flood Tillage Holt County, Mo. (2011-10-31) The regional agronomist out of Holt county says producers hit by Missouri River flooding should be careful about tilling the next few weeks.
Business Scam Auburn, Ne. (2011-10-28) Southeast Nebraska is the target of an apparent scam.
Batty for Halloween Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-28) Even though bats are a common cultural reference around Halloween, they are also common year around in the skies of Maryville.
Boil Advisory Lifted Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-28) Maryvilel city officials have lifted the city-wide boil advisory this morning.
Missing Trooper Holt County, Mo. (2011-10-28) Missouri Highway Patrol officers have resumed the search for one of their own.
M City School Mound City, Mo. (2011-10-28) The Mound City R-2 School District Board of Education met recently.
Adopt A Family Christmas St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-28) Community Services of St. Joseph is preparing for its annual Adopt A Family Christmas program.
Bridge Opens in DeKalb County DeKalb County, Mo. (2011-10-28) The Missouri Department of Transportation's Safe and Sound Bridge Improvement Program has entered the home stretch on its way to replacing or reparing more than 800 of the state's worst bridges.
Haunted Atchison Atchison, Ks. (2011-10-28) While many communities are celebrating ghosts and goblins this weekend, Atchison Kansas may be home to the real thing.
MO Farm Bureau President Addresses Corp Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-28) Northwest Missouri Farmer and Missouri Farm Bureau president Blake Hurst continues his effort to call for improvements and maintenance of Missouri River as a top priority.
Bison Arrive Bethany, Mo. (2011-10-28) Some of the rarest of all north American bison have now arrived at their new home in north Missouri.
Drug Take Back Auburn, Ne. (2011-10-28) At least two communities in our region are planning drug drop-offs as part of a take-back program this Saturday.
Choir Performance Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-27) Northwest Missouri State University's Tower Choir has been chosen for National Recognition and you can reap the benefits this Sunday afternoon.
NEC Ribbon Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-10-27) Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce is working a busy schedule of ribbon cuttings.
No H2O Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-27) Water system upgrades are pushing Maryville's city-wide boil advisory into its second day.
Infant Signing Clarinda, Ia. (2011-10-27) The Lied Public Library in Clarinda is preparing for a presentation for using sign language with infants later today.
Gas Rates Dropping St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-27) Natural gas customers of Missouri Gas Energy will see their bills go down starting next month.
Flood Film Jefferson City, Mo. (2011-10-27) A 15 minute film on the flood of 2011 is being shown across Missouri.
Brownville Jazz Brownville, Ne. (2011-10-27) Two jazz powerhouses join forces this weekend at the Brownville Concert Series.
Clarinda Council Clarinda, Ia. (2011-10-27) The Clarinda City Council meets tonight.
Classical Guitar Atchison, Ks. (2011-10-27) Atchison Kansas residents can warm to the sounds of classical guitar at a special concert tonight at Benedictine College.
Halloween Food Drive Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-27) Early trick or treating is turning into community service tonight in Maryville.
Red Ribbon Week Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-27) Students at Horace Mann School in Maryville got a special visitor for Red Ribbon Week, chiefs mascot KC Wolf.
Energy Assistance Trenton, Mo. (2011-10-26) Energy assistance is now available to residents in 9 northwest Missouri counties.
Great Northwest Jefferson City, Mo. (2011-10-26) Residents in northwest Missouri are being encouraged to give their opinion to benefit the region.
Hiawatha Commission Hiawatha, Ks. (2011-10-26) The Hiawatha commission agrees to donate street lights for theMaple Heights Nursing Home.
Masquerade Livingston County, Mo. (2011-10-26) The Livingston County Cultural Fair and Livingston Paranormal Society are partnering for a fundraiser Friday.
River Meeting Jefferson City, Mo. (2011-10-26) Area residents heard directly from the US Army Corps of Engineers last night on the decision to flood the Missouri River.
Ex Prosecutor Probation Livingston County, Mo. (2011-10-26) The former Livingston County prosecutor accused of numerous professional conduct violations gets probation by the state supreme court.
Trafficking Charges Effingham, Ks. (2011-10-26) A north east Kansas man already facing 30 felonies of rape and indecent liberties with a child now faces human trafficking as well.
Open Air Market Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-26) Two Maryville women have an idea of what to do with the downtown lot left vacant by an apartment fire.
Teen Read Winners Livingston County, Mo. (2011-10-26) Winners are announced in the Livingston County Library's Teen Read Week Bookmar Design Contest.
Maryville Trick or Treat Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-26) Maryville area kids get a jump-start on their candy gathering during the city's annual trick or treat night on Thursday.
Boil Advisory Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-25) Maryville residents need to boil their water both Wednesday and Thursday.
Affordable Housing Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-25) A company out of Kansas City is applying to the city of Maryville for support to begin phase two of their "Senior Housing Complex" in Maryville.
MERIL Settles St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-25) The St. Josehp based agency assisting the disabled in northwest Missouri settles a suit with the state attorney general.
Shots Fired Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-25) Two Maryville Public Safety officers responding to a fight at the Senior Center were struck by a car as one of the suspects was fleeing the scene.
Renewable Energy Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-25) Northwest Missouri wind farms still haven't answered the question of how to make the state more energy efficient and neither have lawmakers.
Deer Disease Macon County, Mo. (2011-10-25) State health officials confirm a case of chronic wasting disease in a north Missouri deer.
Award Winning Tourism Brownville, Ne. (2011-10-25) A couple from Brownville Nebraska picks up the state's highest tourism award.
Freightliner AX Harrison County, Mo. (2011-10-24) A Des Moines man received minor injuries after driving off Interstate 35 just north of Eagleville early this morning.
Fatal Fire Carrollton County, Ia. (2011-10-24) Counselors are helping students and staff in the Carrollton School District after a weekend house fire there.
Mozingo Run Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-24) Runners and walkers can celebrate the season this Saturday with the second annual Mozingo Fall Fun Run near Maryville.
Shenandoah Moonlight Magic Shenandoah, Ia. (2011-10-24) Shenandoah will once again be hosting its annual Moonlight Magic Trick or Treating downtown event.
NW St. Joseph Moving St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-24) The St. Joseph campus of Northwest Missouri State University is moving.
Chillicothe Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-24) The Chillicothe City Council meets tonight to discuss several topics.
Chillicothe Breeder Revoked Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-24) Federal authorities have permanently revoked the license of a Chillicothe dog breeder.
Crisis Classes Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-24) A unique college major is forming at the university in Maryville.
Annie's Project 2 Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-10-24) University of Missouri Extension is offering an evening workshop for women to learn more about marketing grain and livestock.
Fall AG Marketing Outlook Conference Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-24) University of Missouri Extension will be hosting an AG marketing outlook meetings tomorrow.
Ex Patriot in Greece Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-24) A northwest Missouri resident is in Greece right now, experiencing the violent protests as economic unrest there continues.
Red Ribbon Chopper Buchanan County, Mo. (2011-10-24) Two schools in our regin are bringing in the big guns in the fight against drug and alcohol abuse this week.
Trenton City Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2011-10-24) The Trenton City Council has a light agenda set for tonight's meeting.
Diplomat Speaks St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-24) A St. Joseph resident and retired US Diplomat speaks in St. Joseph tomorrow.
Fire Safety Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-21) With the arrival of Fall, it's time to check on your fireplace and wood stove systems.
MO Broadband Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-24) Work is moving forward to get more rural Missourians broadband internet access.
Highway Closure Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-10-21) A main highway in Nodaway county is closing early next week.
Maryville School Board Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-21) Maryville School Board met Wednesday night.
Nodaway Chorale Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-21) The Nodaway Chorale kicks off its 6th season with a concert this Sunday in Maryville.
Property Damage Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-21) A string of vandalism occurred in Maryville this week on the 1000 block of East Cooper.
St. Joseph Free Workshop St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-21) The city of St. Joseph is sponsoring a free workshop this Saturday at 10.
Cameron Hearing Students Cameron, Mo. (2011-10-21) The Cameron School Board this week approved continuing a partnership between several school districts to help deaf and hearing impaired students.
Hansen in Maryville Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-21) A familiar National Public Radio voice is coming to Maryville today, and you are invited to meet her.
Atchison County MO Bridges Atchison County, Mo. (2011-10-21) The Missouri Department of Transportation continues its Safe and Sounds Bridge Project.
Blunt on Gadhafi Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-21) The Missouri senator Serving on the US Senate select committee on intelligence says the world is at a crossroads with the death of Moammar Gadhafi.
Muffin Shop Opening Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-21) Maryville is getting a first-of-its kind muffin shop in the next couple of weeks, and a first for the nation.
Third NW MO Cantaloupe Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-20) It's happened again, another case of listeria tainted cantaloupe coming from northwest Missouri.
Yarn Spin Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-20) Folks can take a spin in Maryville tomorrows.
Disaster Counties Daviess County, Mo. (2011-10-20) The USDA has designated 101 counties in Missouri as natural disaster areas due to losses caused by drought and excessive heat that occurred this summer.
Early Dismissals Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-20) A reminder parent teacher conferences this afternoon in Chillicothe means classes there are letting out early today.
Savannah School Board Savannah, Mo. (2011-10-20) The Savannah School Board recognizes one of their staff as the best in the state.
Water Service Down Daviess County, Mo. (2011-10-20) Some water customers in Daviess county are without water most of today.
Chamber Cuttings Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-19) The Maryville chamber is celebrating with two upcoming ribbon cuttings.
Benedictine Dorms Atchison, Ks. (2011-10-19) More students at yet another regional college means another big construction project.
Mound City School Meeting Mound City, Mo. (2011-10-19) The Mound City School Board meets tonight.
Rock Port Board Meeting Rock Port, Mo. (2011-10-19) The Rock Port Board of Aldermen meets tonight.
Bethany Bank Robber Bethany, Mo. (2011-10-19) A Bethany man pleads guilty to federal charges stemming frm a string of grovery store robberies.
Froman Pleads Guilty Gallatin, Mo. (2011-10-19) The Gallatin grain company owner accused of stealing more than 3 million dollars from a hundred producers across north Missouri has plead guilty.
Mother/Son Ball Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-19) Maryville Parks and Recreation is accepting registration for the 3rd annual Mother/Son Fall Ball.
Factory Fine St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-19) A major St. Joseph employer will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines to settle series of alleged clean air violations.
Grant City Wins Grant City, Mo. (2011-10-19) Grant city leaders are celebrating their first place win in the Missouri Community Betterment Competition.
Burn Bans Livingston County, Mo. (2011-10-18) One of our counties drops its burn ban as another starts one.
Savannah Budget Savannah, Mo. (2011-10-18) It took some sacrifices, but last night the Savannah City Council approved next year's budget.
Award Winning Communities Jefferson City, Mo. (2011-10-18) Several communiteis in our region took home awards during last night's Missouri Community Betterment Conference in the state capitol.
Chillicothe School Board Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-18) The Chillicothe School Board takes up next year's summer school at today's school board meeting.
Growing Season Ends Kansas City, Mo. (2011-10-18) The National Weather Service says temperatures the next two mornings are going to put an end to our growing season.
Senior Programs Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-18) The Rolling Hills Library is offering 2 events just for seniors this week.
Koenig Hearing Livingston County, Mo. (2011-10-18) A former Livingston county prosecuting attorney gets a hearing today before the state supreme court on disciplinary charges.
Flood Recovery Funds Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-18) More money is on its way to northwest Missouri communities recovering from flood damage.
Brookfield School Meeting Brookfield, Mo. (2011-10-17) The Brookfield R-3 School Board meets again tomorrow.
Princeton Millionaire Princeton, Mo. (2011-10-17) Princeton is the location of Missouri's newest millionaire.
Sex Investigations Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-17) Chillicothe Police make arrests in two separate sex investigations.
Benny Carter Concert Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-17) Jazz lovers of Kansas City style swing have a treat in store tonight.
Albany School Board Albany, Mo. (2011-10-17) The Albany School Board meets tonight.
Bedford Wastewater Disinfection System Bedford, Ia. (2011-10-17) Bedford City Council approves the upgrade to the waste water disinfection system.
MO Special Session Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-17) The leader of the Missouri senate is vowing to end the special session this week, as lawmakers discuss a plan to end presidential primary elections in Missouri as well as debate an ongoing controversy on creating a chinese trade hub in St. Louis.
Iowa Education Plan Shenandoah, Ia. (2011-10-17) The Shenandoah schools are hosting a staet official this afternoon to explain the governor's new education plan.
Cameron School Meeting Cameron, Mo. (2011-10-17) The Cameron School Board meets tonight.
Empire Conception Junction, Mo. (2011-10-17) The empire district gas company is hoping to expand near Conception Junction.
Deer Safety Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-17) The Missouri Department of Conservation wants everyone to have a safe deer season.
Voices and Verses St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-17) The verses and voices festival at Missouri Western in St. Joseph begins its two-day run today.
Rabies Clinic Offered Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-14) Several Maryville organizations are teaming up with the new Nodaway Humane Society for a rabies clinic tomorrow and again later in the month.
OATS Driver Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-14) OATS Transportation Service is honoring one its drivers for 15 years of service.
Carrollton Schools Carrollton, Mo. (2011-10-14) An area school board is trying to improve testing scores in the district.
Mound City Meeting Mound City, Mo. (2011-10-14) The Mound City Board of Aldermen approve the sale of a strip of land to move the community building development forward.
Trenton Missouri Days Trenton, Mo. (2011-10-14) Trenton's annual Missouri Days take place this weekend.
Haz Mat Collection Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-14) The Chillicothe municipal utilities is accepting household hazardouz materials Saturday from 9 to noon.
Electric Funding Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-14) More than 7 million dollars are on their way to a north Missouri electric Co-Op for upgrades to the system.
Corn Crop Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-13) Despite the August hail storm, AG experts in northwest Missouri say the corn harvest is looking better than expected.
Temple-Raston in Maryville Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-13) NPR National Security and Counterterrorism correspondent Dina Temple-Raston spoke in Maryville last night.
Graves Teacher Credits Tarkio, Mo. (2011-10-13) Tarkio congressman Sam Graves has introduced a tax credit aimed at helping teachers.
OATS Driver St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-13) Transportation service, OATS, recognizes one of its drivers for 20 years of service.
Kansas Roads Reopened Kansas, Ks. (2011-10-13) Receding flood water continues to open more roads in the Midwest corners.
Clarinda Council Clarinda, Ia. (2011-10-13) The Clarinda City Council meets tonight.
House Fires St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-13) House fires are proving to be the biggest disaster threat to families in our region.
Asleep Coming Albany, Mo. (2011-10-13) If all goes to plan, Albany could be landing the biggest music act to hit that town in decades.
Atchison CO Business Atchison County, Mo. (2011-10-13) Business in one county are feeling relief after the reopening of a major interstate.
Chillicothe Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-13) The Chillicothe council approves an agreement for future ambulance service.
College Attendance St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-13) Regional higher education schools are reporting great enrollment numbers again this fall.
IL Voce Performance Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-12) A unique musical offering is being performed tonight in Maryville.
Northwest Enrollment Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-12) Confirming an earlier prediction, Northwest Missouri Staet University in Maryville sets another record for enrollment.
Bedford Council Bedford, Ia. (2011-10-12) The Bedford City Council meets tonight.
Shatto Milk Osborn, Mo. (2011-10-12) Shatto Dairycompany near Osborn, Missouri has won first place in the world dairy exposition in Madison, Wisconsin.
Job Openigns Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-12) About 90 companies were in Maryville yesterday, looking to hire interns and employees.
Atchison Traffic Atchison, Ks. (2011-10-12) A busy intersection in Atchison Kansas will be without traffic signals for several weeks after an accident there.
DWI Sentence Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-10-12) A Nodaway county man is sentenced to 8 years in state prison as a chronic offender for driving while intoxicated.
Record School Gift Trenton, Mo. (2011-10-12) The largest gift in school history is being announced at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.
Business Class Buchanan County, Mo. (2011-10-12) Business owners will get a chance to take financial matters into their own hands.
Watch Live Atchison County, Mo. (2011-10-12) Live streaming of construction to flood damaged roads in Missouri is now as close as your computer.
Trenton City Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2011-10-11) The Trenton City Council has a short meeting planned for tonight.
Carrollton School Meeting Carrollton, Mo. (2011-10-11) The Carrollton School Board meets tonight.
Missouri Business Taxes Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-11) The Missouri senate is back in session today, and is expected to take up a measure that could cut taxes for businesses in Missouri.
Brookfield Ribbon Cutting Brookfield, Mo. (2011-10-11) The Brookfield Chamber is celebrating a business with a ribbon cutting today.
Savannah City Council Savannah, Mo. (2011-10-11) The Savannah City Council has voted to et fines with parking violations on city streets and right-of ways.
Route U Roadwork Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-10-11) The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that Route U in Nodaway county has been scheduled for roadwork to begin tomorrow, weather permitting.
Lottery Win Reader Tarkio, Mo. (2011-10-11) A Nebraska woman wins nearly $44,000 in a Missouri Lotter Jackpot.
Dry Conditions Kansas City, Mo. (2011-10-11) There's rain in the forecast for our region but that may not be enough help.
Career Day Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-10) More than 90 employers looking for workers are expected to be at a career fair tomorrow in Maryville.
Distinguished Lecture Series Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-10) Northwest Missouri State University's Distinguished Lecture Series Season starts this week with a correspondent from National Public Radio.
NW MO Tainted Cantaloupe Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-10) For the second time, a northwest Missourian has become infected with listeria from tainted cantaloupe.
MV Burn Ban Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-10) The city of Maryville may impose a burn ban due to recent weather conditions.
Hiawatha School Board Hiawatha, Ks. (2011-10-10) The Hiawatha School Board meets tonight.
Maryville Council Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-10) The Maryville City Council has a light agenda tonight.
Mansion to be Sold St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-10) An historic mansion surrounded by debate in St. Joseph will be sold.
Chillicothe Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-10) The Chillicothe City Council meets tonight.
Leet Endowment Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-10) A Princeton native and her husband are establishing an endowment at the university in Maryville.
Corn Maze St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-10) A north Missouri AG-based business is participating in a state-wide promotion for corn mazes.
Fall Color Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-07) The Missouri Department of Conservation says the state is nearing the park of its fall foliage season.
Artist Lecture Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-07) The Olive Deluce Fine Arts Gallery will be showcasing the works of Mary-Dorsey Wanless this coming Monday.
Governor's Award for Excellence Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-07) An assistant professor of computer science in Maryville has won the governor's award for excellence in education.
Fire Dog St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-07) Its furry, has four legs, a tail, and is now the newest member of an area fire station.
Northwest Wine Mound City, Mo. (2011-10-07) Over 40 wineries from our region will be present this weekend for a wine tasting fundraiser.
Steel Magnolias Shenandoah, Ia. (2011-10-07) It's called the funnies play ever to make you cry and is being performed this weekend in Shenandoah.
Flood Recovery Efforts Continue Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-07) Northwest Missouri Flood recovery efforts continue with the help of the Red Cross.
Andrew CO Burn Ban Andrwe County, Mo. (2011-10-07) Another county has voted to impose a burn ban for residents.
Brookfield October Fest Brookfield, Mo. (2011-10-07) The Brookfield Chamber is welcoming autumn with an October fest event this Saturday.
Trade Agreements Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-07) Three trade agreements pending in Washington could open more markets for Midwest farmers.
National Fire Prevention Week Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-07) National Fire Prevention Week begins this Sunday and the Chillicothe Fire Department is promoting the event.
Plant Closure Next Steps Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-07) The impending closure and sale of Chillicothe's gear for sports building makes two vacancies in the industrial park.
Hunger Story 4 St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-07) This week we've been exploring the issue of "Hunger in the Heartland: The Silent Crisis".
Historical Luncheon Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-06) The Nodaway County Historical Society will host a blast from the past luncheon.
Chillicothe Plant Closure Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-06) The mayor of Chillicothe says news of the Gear for Sports and Hanes Brand Factory closure is a bombshell for the community.
Customer Service Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-06) Customer Service week is an annual event that has been celebrated nationwide since 1992.
Asthma Walk Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-06) A memorial walk in Maryville this weekend will raise awareness and education for asthma.
Chillicothe Closing Chillicothe, Mo. (2011-10-06) A Chillicothe factory employing more than a hundred people is closing.
NCMC Input Trenton, Mo. (2011-10-06) North Central Missouri College in Trenton is preparing for an accreditation evaluation from the higher learning commission early next year.
Civil War Romeo St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-06) Just in time for this year's benchmark 150th Civil War Anniversary, Missouri Western in St. Joseph is presenting the classic "Romeo and Juliet", but with a twist.
Water System Funding Shenandoah, Ia. (2011-10-06) The Southern Iowa Rural Water Association gets hundreds of thousands of dollars for future projects.
Brookfield School Meeting Brookfield, Mo. (2011-10-06) The Brookfield Area Career and Technical Govering Board meeting meets tonight.
Community Gardens St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-06) Even though the growing season is coming to a close, residents throughout our listening area continue reaping the benefits of community gardens.
HWY 113 Now Open Skidmore, Mo. (2011-10-05) Highway 113 south of SKidmore is now back open to traffic.
Court Coming to St. Joseph St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-05) The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District plans to hold court at Missouri Western in St. Joseph this month.
Blockton Grant Blockton, Ia. (2011-10-05) The city of Blockton Iowa is getting a $50,000 grant as part of a USDA economic development program.
B-Ball Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-05) Maryville Parks and Recreation is hosting a youth basketball clinic.
Drug Take Back Livingston County, Mo. (2011-10-05) Livingston county's C-2000 group is hosting a Drug Take-Back Program tomorrow.
Series Back Pack Buddies St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-05) Hundreds of bags of food are going home with kids across our region this Friday.
Livingston Burn Ban Livingston County, Mo. (2011-10-05) A burn ban is now in effect for Livingston county.
Hunger Story 3 Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-05) As we continue with our series, "Hunger in the Heartland: The Silent Crisis", today we take you into regional schools.
Lourdes Nebraska City, Ne. (2011-10-04) Residents and businesses are invited to an open house tomorrow at the Lourdes Central Catholic School from 4:30 to 6.
Divided Loyalties St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-04) The St. Joseph Museum is bringing a new exhibit to the area this month.
I-29 Opening Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-04) With flood waters receding, Interstaet 29 from Missouri into Iowa is expected to be re-opened by the end of this week.
Montee Running St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-04) St. Joseph native and former Missouri auditor Susan Montee is running for Missouri's lieutenant governor.
One on One Clarinda, Ia. (2011-10-04) The Lied Public Library in Clarinda is giving folks an opportunity to brush up on their computer skills.
Hunger and the Employed Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-04) Our look this week at Hunger in the Heartland continues as we hear from the Ministry Center in Maryville.
Daviess County Audit Daviess County, Mo. (2011-10-04) A state audit of Daviess county Missouri finds several items to work on but an improving financial picture.
Flood Cleaning Tips Trenton, Mo. (2011-10-04) Residents returning from river flooding along the Missouri are finding two culprits more than any other: Mold and Mildew.
Blue Norther Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-04) A writer at the University of Missouri is looking for photos of damaged caused by one of the worst storms to hit Missouri.
Blunt Levee Meetings Atchison County, Mo. (2011-10-04) Senator Roy Blunt met yesterday morning with levee district officials from Holt and Atchison counties, two of the hardest, hit areas from Missouri River Flooding.
Hunger in the Heartland 2 St. Joseph, Mo. Continuing our series this week "Hunger in the Heartland: The Silent Crisis", we take you inside a local food pantry.
Dine Out Event St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-04) Nearly 30 restaurants in our listening area are participating in this month's "Dine Out Missouri" campaign.
Livingston Crash Livingston County, Mo. (2011-10-04) Two 16 year-old girls were injured after wrecking a 1999 Ford Taurus this weekend.
Flood Hunting Atchison County, Mo. (2011-10-03) Some northwest Missouri residents are moving back after Missouri River Flooding.
President Visit St. Louis, Mo. (2011-10-03) President Obama's St. Louis fundraiser tomorrow has northwest Missouri connections.
St. Joseph Council Meeting St. Joseph, Mo. (2011-10-03) The St. Joseph City Council meets tonight.
Graves on Economy Tarkio, Mo. (2011-10-03) Missouri congressman Sam Graves says there are too many unknowns in the nation's economy for much change before the year's end.
Thrift Shop Re-Opening Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-03) Maryville has lost its thrift store, but an enterprising resident is ready to change that.
Atchison School Board Atchison, Ks. (2011-10-03) The Unified School District Board of Education in Atchison Kansas is meeting tonight.
Food Pantry Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-03) Starting today, KXCV and KRNW starts a series of reports we are calling "Hunger in the Heartland: The Silent Crisis".
Hunger in Heartland Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-03) Today KXCV KRNW begins a series we're calling "Hunger in the Heartland: The Silent Crisis".
Nodaway Audit Nodaway County, Mo. (2011-10-03) An Audit of Nodaway county has shown significant internal control deficiencies.
Conservation Grants Maryville, Mo. (2011-10-03) Several town in our region are sharing more than half a million dollars for tree improvements.