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Team Dynamics Workshop Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-08-01) Nodaway County Economic Development and the Northwest Career Center are teaming up to bring a Team Dynamics workshop to leaders and managers of businesses.
Sugary Drinks Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-07-31) With the increasing temperatures staying hydrated is very important.
Ash Borer threat in NW Missouri Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-31) Ash Trees in northwest Missouri may be threatened by an insect which has been responsible for the death of over 50 million U-S ash trees in the past ten years.
Red Cross Running Low St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-31) Not only farmers are having difficulties this summer, but the American Red Cross is experiencing a decline in the number of people donating blood.
This Week's Road Work Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-31) The following counties in Northwest Missouri will be undergoing road work this week.
Maryville Young Players Show Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-31) The Maryville Young Players, founded in 2007, is a growing summer theater group for children and youth grades second through ninth led by Northwest Missouri State University faculty Vanessa Parsons and Pat Immel.
MoDot Overweight Grants St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-31) With the record setting drought continuing, the Missouri Department of Agriculture and Missouri Department of Transportation are working together to bring some help to farmers.
Water drilling gouging Mo. (2012-07-31) Missouri's Attorney General is investigating reports of price gouging of water well drillings in northwest Missouri.
Chilli Arts Tickets Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-31) The Chillicothe Area Arts Council now has season tickets available for their 2012-13 season.
Disaster Declaration in Missouri Mo. (2012-07-30) The Secretary fo Agriculture in Missouri designated 97 counties as primary agricultural natural disaster areas.
School Immunizations Mo. (2012-07-30) With the start of another school year around the corner it is time to think about getting children vaccinated before the first day of school.
MPS Resource Officer for Maryville Schools Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-30) Maryville Public Safety and the Maryville School District are again this year joining together to provide a Resource Officer to work closely with students.
Area Lakes surviving drought Holt County, Mo. (2012-07-30) Drought and hot temperatures can also hurt the fish population in the nearby lakes and ponds.
Ticks and Spiders Omaha, Ne. (2012-07-30) With the rise in temperatures, bugs are becoming a serious problem for the Midwest.
Chillicothe City Council to meet Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-30) The Chillicothe City Council meets tonight.
Clarinda Library expands hours Clarinda, Ia. (2012-07-30) Officials with the Lied Public Library in Clarinda, Iowa are excited about changes coming up in the next couple of months.
Buchanan County "Y" 3 - Way Stop Buchanan County, Mo. (2012-07-27) A busy intersection in Buchanan County will soon see some changes in an effort to reduce traffic accidents.
Maryville District readies for new year Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-27) The Maryville School district is gearing up for a new school year, starting August 16th.
Red Rally St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-27) The St. Joseph Metro Chamber, City of St. Joseph and Missouri Western State University are sponsoring Chiefs Red Rally to welcome the Kansas City Chiefs on their first day of training camp in St. Joseph.
Water main break Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-27) A water main break has closed 9th street from Mulberry to Fillmore this morning in Maryville, Missouri.
Tracy Mayor Tracy, Mo. (2012-07-27) After being removed as mayor of Tracy two weeks ago, Rita Rhoads is serving the city in a different role.
Iowa Fair Accessability Ia. (2012-07-27) The Iowa State Fair begins in just two weeks and it will attract tens of thousands of visitors.
Stage 4 Water Alert Lifted for Atchison Atchison, Ks. (2012-07-27) In less than 24 hours, the stage four water conservation alert for city of Atchison Kansas water customers has been lifted.
Forages and Drought Meetings Mo. (2012-07-26) Farmer's have reached a critical point with their livestock and pastures as the drought continues to damage crops.
Drought Effects Mo. (2012-07-26) With the drought persisting and showing no signs of slowing, farmers are being forced to assess the value of their crops after the decimated growing season.
Maryville School Board accepts Drug Testing Bid Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-26) The Maryville Board of Education met in special session yesterday and approved the bid for the company to conduct the school district's Random Drug Testing program.
New MRI in Clarinda Clarinda, Ia. (2012-07-26) Clarinda Regional Health Center officials have announced the addition of a new in-house "Open-bore" M-R-I service.
St. Joseph Catholic Diocese removed from lawsuit Kansas City, Mo. (2012-07-26) The Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has been removed from a civil lawsuit over alleged child sexual abuse by a priest.
St. Joseph Murder St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-26) Prosecutors and others in a Buchanan County courtroom got a shock yesterday during a hearing.
Regional Storm Damage/Rain Amounts Mo. (2012-07-26) After last nights Thunderstorms moved through a large portion of our listening area- minor damage is being reported this morning.
Steinmeyer pens book Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-26) Former Northwest Missouri State women's basketball coach Gene Steinmeyer can now list among his accomplishments publishing a book.
Chillicothe Special Meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-26) The Chillicothe Board of Education held a special meeting this week, where they discussed finance resolutions and considered bids for the high school parking lot.
Nodaway County Burn Ban Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-26) The burn ban for the citizens of Maryville has been extended to include all of Nodaway County.
Lt. Gov race Jefferson City, Mo. (2012-07-25) Missouri Republicans are facing a combative lieutenant governor primary, while eight Democrats are conducting a calm campaign.
Maples Rep Theater Summer Shows Macon, Mo. (2012-07-25) The Maples Repertory Theater in downtown Macon, Missouri is offering theater goers with a unique chance to see two plays in one day.
Maryville School Board to meet Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-25) The Maryville Board of Education meets in special session today at 12:15 with only three items on their agenda.
Trenton City Council Trenton, Mo. (2012-07-25) One of the main issues discussed at the Trenton City Council meeting this week was how to help a local family who came over from England years ago.
Maryville MPS receives grant Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-25) Maryville Public Safety officers will have an easier time identifying car licenses thanks to a grant from the Missouri Police Chiefs Association.
Roadway Safety Grants St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-25) The Northwest Regional Coalition for Roadway Safety implemented a new grant application program last year to fund improvement for safety on our roads.
National attention for Hamburg video Hamburg, Ia. (2012-07-25) Hamburg, Iowa is garnering national attention for a unique way they hope to pay for the cost of a levee constructed last year to save the community from the flooding of the Missouri River.
Nebraska City Budget Workshop Nebraska City, Mo. (2012-07-25) City officials of Nebraska City, Nebraska held their budget workshop this week.
DeKalb County Burn Ban DeKalb County, Mo. (2012-07-25) A burn ban is now in place for DeKalb County residents in Missouri.
Chillicothe Airport Board Vacancy Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-25) Chillicothe's Mayor is accepting applications to fill a vacant board spot.
Route A Road Work Gentry County, Mo. (2012-07-25) Lane closures on Route A in Gentry County will begin this week in preparation for a resurfacing project.
Emergency Declaration Mo. (2012-07-25) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has declared an emergency for the state of Missouri because of the recent drought.
Brownville Events Brownville, Mo. (2012-07-24) A full weekend of entertainment is planned in Brownville, Nebraska.
Fireman Phil talks about Fire Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-24) With dry conditions continuing across the state, the Department of Public Safety is urging people to be careful.
Clarinda City Council Clarinda, Ia. (2012-07-24) The Clarinda, Iowa City Council meets tonight night at City Hall.
Text Alert Program Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-24) The Maryville Department of Public Safety is starting a new text alert system.
Troop H Survey Mo. (2012-07-24) The Missouri State Highway Patrol will be switching from their current radio system to a new statewide system.
Maryville Council approves Transfer station contract Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-24) The Maryville City Council last night approved a contract with Deffenbaugh Industries to haul trash from the city's transfer station to the company's landfill.
Andrew Accident 1 Andrew County, Mo. (2012-07-24) An Albany woman was rushed to Heartland Regional Medical Center after rolling her car several times this weekend.
Maryville Water Supply in good shape Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-24) Despite this summer's dry conditions, the City of Maryville is in good shape when it comes to the community's water supply.
Andrew County Accident Andrew County, Mo. (2012-07-24) A man in Cosby, Missouri was involved in an accident early Sunday morning.
Mills County News Mills County, Mo. (2012-07-24) Mills County officials are sharing exciting news.
Food Drought Mo. (2012-07-23) The drought conditions this summer aren't just causing problems for farmers, community food banks are also starting to worry.
Library Downloads Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-23) The Maryville Public Library is offering a new way for customers to check out books from the convenience of their homes.
Heat Warning Mo. (2012-07-23) An excessive heat warning remains in effect until to 7 pm Wednesday...
Cattleman's Association Savannah, Mo. (2012-07-23) The Missouri Cattleman's Association named Savannah native, Mike Deering their new Executive Vice President.
McCaskill on Health Care Mo. (2012-07-23) Now that the Affordable Health Care Bill has been found constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court, Missouri U.S.
Record Temperatures Mo. (2012-07-23) The U.S. Department of Agriculture has declared all of Missouri a Primary Natural Disaster Area due to losses from drought conditions and record temperatures.
Keeping Cool Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-23) Temperatures in Missouri this summer are record high and so are electric bills.
Farm Bill Washington, Mo. (2012-07-23) Farmers are keeping an eye on Washington to see if there will be any movement on a new Farm Bill soon.
Nebraska City Budget Workshop Nebraska, Ne. (2012-07-23) The city council of Nebraska City will be holding a budget workshop meeting this afternoon to discuss formulating budget plans for the next fiscal year.
Maryville City Council meets Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-23) The Maryville City Council meets tonight for their second meeting of the month.
Andrew Co Burn Ban Andrew County, Mo. (2012-07-22) Andrew County officials have issued a burn ban for the county.
Suddenlink Sold Mo. (2102-07-22) The company commonly known as Suddenlink has made an agreement to sell itself to its managers and other investors.
Heat Advisory Mo. (2012-07-22) The national weather service has issued a heat advisory...until 7 pm Sunday.
Botna Bend Park Ia. (2012-07-21) Park improvement plans are moving forward at Botna Bend in southwest Iowa.
The Economy's Not Hot Omaha, Ne. (2012-07-21) A new survey of bankers suggests the economy is slowing down in rural areas of 10 Midwest and Western states as drought conditions bake the region.
Heat Advisory Mo. (2012-07-21) The national weather service has issued a heat advisory...from noon today to 8 pm Saturday.
Rock Port Welcome Center Mural Rock Port, Mo. (2012-07-20) The new Rock Port Welcome Center mural artist selection is now complete.
Blunt on Budget Mo. (2012-07-20) Missouri United States Senator Roy Blunt believes there is little interest in moving ahead with a budget bill in the senate at this time.
Keystone Pipeline Ne. (2012-07-20) The Keystone XL pipeline, proposed in 2009, underwent environmental assessments which found the project would not pose any significant risk to the environment.
Chilli Special Board Meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-20) The Chillicothe Board of Education has scheduled a special meeting early next week.
Maryville Board of Ed - July Maryville, Mo. (2102-07-20) The Maryville Board of Education met earlier this week.
Civil War Exhibit Kirksville, Mo. (2012-07-20) Kirksville Tourism, in partnership with with the Missouri History Museum and Missouri Humanities Council is presenting the traveling exhibit "A State Divided: The Civil War in Missouri."
Livingston County Fair Livingston County, Mo. (2012-07-20) The Livingston County Fair is underway, and this year's festival offers a variety of shows, from a Fashion show, to a baby contest, to all different kinds of livestock shows.
Amendment 2 Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-20) Missouri voters will be making a decision about religious freedoms when they go to the polls August 7th.
Keeping Cool Mo. (2012-07-20) Temperatures are expected to continue to climb through the beginning of August, and could even extend until October.
Drought continues Washington, Mo. (2012-07-20) Federal weather forecasters predict the unusually hot dry weather that has gripped much of the nation will linger into fall, especially for the parched heartland.
Amelia Earhart Festival Atchison, Ks. (2012-07-19) This weekend, Atchison, Kansas is hosting the annual Amelia Earhart festival to celebrate the life of the famous female aviatrix.
Trees Suffer During Drought Mo. (2012-07-19) With more than half of the United States in some stage of drought, trees and plants are likely to suffer from high temperatures and not enough water.
Livestock Drought Mo. (2012-07-19) The heat continues and the drought is affecting livestock in Missouri.
Taylor County Fair Bedford, Ia. (2012-07-19) Today kicks off the County Fair in Bedford, Iowa.
Sister City Visit Shenandoah, Mo. (2012-07-19) Shenandoah residents turned out to the Shenandoah Historical Museum Tuesday evening to see highlights of a recent visit to sister city Tisovec, Slovakia.
Operation Panda Princeton, Mo. (2012-07-19) Operation Panda is a non-profit organization that was created in 2010 to help raise money for wounded EOD Warriors.
Harrison Co Accident Harrison County, Mo. (2012-07-18) Pattonsburg Missouri resident 18 year old, Kathryn Parton received moderate injuries and was transported to Harrison County Community Hospital after a one car accident on route w, three miles north of Bethany yesterday afternoon.
Highway Closing Mo. (2012-07-18) The US Highway 759 on-ramp to the northbound top deck of Interstate 229 will be closed during the day from July 30 through August 3.
Maryville School Board Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-18) The Maryville Board of Education meets this evening.
Barnard AX Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-18) A Northwest Missouri farmer was seriously injured after his John Deere farm tractor was struck by a 2005 International Semi-tractor trailer on U-S 71 about 10 miles south of Maryville yesterday morning.
Buchanan County Road Work Buchanan County, Mo. (2012-07-18) A 15-mile stretch of Route 45 in southern Buchanan County and northern Platte County will see significant improvement later this month.
I-29 Accident Kansas City, Mo. (2012-07-18) Two children ages three and six received serious injuries and were transported to children's mercy hospital following a one-car accident yesterday afternoon two miles north of Craig on i-29.
Nixon Drought AP Jefferson City, Mo. (2012-07-18) Gov. Jay Nixon is traveling the state to survey damage from Missouri's hot, dry summer.
Nodaway County Fair Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-07-18) Today kicks off the annual Nodaway County Fair.
Highway 71 crash Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-18) 3 Iowa residents suffered minor injuries in a crash on U.S.
Andrew County AX Andrew County, Mo. (2012-07-18) An Alabama driver suffered serious injuries early this morning after crashing into a highway sign on I-29, 10 miles north of St. Joseph.
Sober Driving Checks Clinton County, Mo. (2012-07-18) The Missouri State Highway Patrol issued 60 warnings during two sobriety checkpoints earlier this month.
Business Plan Seminar Holt County, Mo. (2012-07-17) University of Missouri Extension is hosting a special seminar called "The Basics of Writing a Business Plan."
Maryville Burn Ban Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-17) Maryville residents looking to get rid of debris by burning will have to wait a little bit longer.
Iowa Crops Ia. (2012-07-17) The condition of Iowa's corn and soybeans continues to deteriorate as summer brings more hot weather and little rain.
New Geology Software Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-17) Northwest geology students will get to work with a new 3D software this year as a result of an agreement made between the University and Maptek.
Nodaway Co EEZ Extension Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-01-17) The Nodaway County Commission last week approved a request for the County to expand it's Enhanced Enterprise Zone, known as E-E-Z.
Albany Board of Ed Meeting Albany, Mo. (2012-07-17) The Albany Board of Education met last night.
Missouri Lawmaker Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-17) A northwest Missouri lawmaker is looking to hear from constituents in the area.
Red Oak History Ia. (2012-07-17) A Red Oak man has made dubious history in southwest Iowa.
Clarinda City Council Meeting Clarinda, Ia. (2012-07-17) The Clarinda City Council met last week and items on the agenda included approving a pay request for a new wading pool, a proposal from Seneca Companies and a presentation of a financial report for 2012.
Murder Charges Kansas City, Mo. (2012-07-16) A 31-year-old Missouri man has been charged with first-degree murder in the killing of 2 sisters from northwest Missouri.
Cover Crop Funding Mo. (2012-07-16) The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service has announced funding available to help landowners in Missouri establish cover crops if their land was damaged by the flooding in 2011.
Chillicothe City Adminstrator Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-16) The City Administrator in Chillicothe, Ike Holland met with local business owners last week.
Cameron Pesticide Pick Up Cameron, Mo. (2012-07-16) Missouri Department of Natural Recourses is hosting a pesticide pick up in Cameron Saturday.
Forage Workshop Albany, Mo. (2012-07-16) A special workshop for area livestock producers is coming up later this month at the Hundley-Whaley Research Center in Albany, Missouri.
Nature Center Donation St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-16) The Remington Nature Center in St. Joseph received a donation from Hope United Church of Christ in Cosby, Missouri which will assist with the weekly fish feeding at the Center.
Clinton Co Bodies Edgerton, Mo. (2012-07-16) Authorities in Platte County, Mo., say officials have found the bodies of two women in a field after officials interrogated "a suspect in the disappearance of Britny Haarup and Ashley Key."
Albany Board of Education meets Albany, Mo. (2012-07-16) The Albany Board of Education meets tonight in regular session.
Rosecrans Lagoon St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-13) On July 2nd, there was a failure to the first cell of the Rosecrans Lagoon in St. Joseph.
Savannah Board of Ed Meeting Savannah, Mo. (2012-07-13) The Savannah Board of Education met earlier this week.
Intersection Study Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-13) A dangerous intersection northeast of Maryville is being audited.
Japan Ag Trip Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-13) A small group from Northwest Missouri State University recently traveled to Japan to experience foreign agriculture, while building Northwest's international relationships.
Brown County, KS Break-ins Brown County, Ks. (2012-07-13) A number of break-in's have been reported in rural Brown County, Kansas.
Brownville July Concert Brownville, Ne. (2012-07-13) This month, The Brownville Concert Series presents a classical harmonica soloist.
Chillicothe Board of Education to meet in Special Session Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-13) The Chillicothe Board of Education will meet in special session today at 1 o'clock.
City of Maryville hires assistant City Manager Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-13) Maryville City Manager Greg McDanel has announced the hiring of a new assistant City Manager.
Cooling Assistance North Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-13) The Green Hills Community Action Agency will be providing aid to keep struggling north Missouri households cool this summer.
Blunt/McCaskell push for Drought Disaster Relief Mo. (2012-07-12) Missouri's two U-S Senators Roy Blunt and Claire McCaskell are urging U-S Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to move forward on Missouri Governor Jay Nixon's request for a primary disaster declaration for 114 counties in the state.
Interstate 29 Work Planned in Buchanan County Buchanan County, Mo. (2012-07-12) Resurfacing work has been scheduled for Interstate 29 to beginning on July 15th.
Road Closing in Rochester Rochester, Mo. (2012-07-12) MoDOT has announced the closing of U.S. 169 Highway in Andrew County on July 23rd.
Interstate 35 Fatality Daviess County, Mo. (2012-07-12) A 28-year-old Cameron, Missouri man was killed in a traffic crash in Daviess County early Wednesday morning.
MoDot Move Over Law Mo. (2012-07-12) A law has been expanded to include the safety of Missouri Department of Transportation employees.
NW Regents vote down salary adjustments Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-12) The Northwest Missouri State Board of Regents met in special session yesterday afternoon by phone to further review the University's Educational and General funds budget and a proposal to bring salaries for faculty and staff up to 90 percent of market value.
Tax Revenue Increase Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-12) Maryville city officials are pleased with an increase in revenue they are seeing from sales tax this year.
Chess Program Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-12) The Rolling Hills Library in Maryville is hosting a chess class this summer for players of all ages and skills.
Hopkins Picnic This Weekend Hopkins, Mo. (2012-07-11) One of the oldest summer festivals in Northwest Missouri is coming up this weekend in Hopkins, Missouri...the 124th Annual Hopkins Picnic.
Spider Mites Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-11) Area growers are being encouraged to check their fields after a pest emerges in northwest Missouri fields.
Skin Cancer Up Midwest. (2012-07-11) The Midwest has just finished the hottest week in the last 19 years with temperatures exceeding 100 degrees for days.
Nodaway Habitat Dedication Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-07-11) Nodaway County Habitat for Humanity will celebrate the completion of their seventh home this weekend.
Maryville Council to review Comprehensive Plan Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-11) The Maryville City Council's action this week approving changes to the City's zoning ordinance is just the first phase of a long-range Comprehensive Plan.
Voting Registration DeadlineMo. (2012-07-11) The deadline for registering to vote in the August 7th primary in Missouri is today.
Northwest Board of Regents to meet by phone Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-11) The Northwest Missouri State Board of Regents are meeting in special session this afternoon by phone to further review the University's Educational and General funds budget.
Parties on the Parkway St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-11) Saint Joseph Metro Chamber presents another concert in the "Parties on the Parkway" event tomorrow.
Maryville Treatment Center conducts drill Maryville,Mo. (2012-07-10) The Maryville Treatment Center will be conducted an emergency scenario drill Tuesday.
Chillicothe Accident Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-10) A Chillicothe man was killed when he lost control of his SUV on a rain-covered roadway Sunday.
Golf Course Bacteria -voicer Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-10) A northwest Missouri turf sample is being studied to identify a bacteria plaguing golf courses nation wide. Christian Grady brings us this special report.
King City Microburst King City, Mo. (2012-07-10) A weekend Microburst does substantial damage to a northwest Missouri seed company.
Cooper Drill Auburn, Ne. (2012-07-10) The Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency will be at a Nebraska power plant next month following a regional preparedness exercise.
Maryville City Council Passes Zoning changes Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-10) The Maryville City Council passed a number of changes to the City's Zoning Ordinance during last night's Regular Session.
Maryville City Council approves Airport Fuel System project Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-10) The Maryville City Council approved construction plans for an upgraded Fuel system at the Northwest Missouri Regional Airport.
Maryville City Council Maryville,Mo. (2012-07-09) Changes to the City of Maryville zoning code will be discussed tonight during the Maryville City Council meeting.
Missouri House Speaker says No to Special Session Mo. (2012-07-09) Missouri Speaker of the House Steven Tilley turned down a request from State Senator Brad Lager of Savannah for a special session of the Missouri General Assembly regarding mandates from President Obama's Affordable Health Care Act.
Physical Loss Loan Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-09) Two northwest Missouri counties qualify for physical loss loans through the United States Department of Agriculture.
Classy Seniors St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-09) A glimpse into life in St. Joseph in the 1940s will be offered this week.
Closed Roads Mo. (2012-07-09) Slower traffic and closed roads can be expected for much of the area starting today and lasting through Friday.
Sertoma Deaf Camp St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-06) An annual camp for deaf children begins this Sunday in northwest Missouri.
Iowa Wind Power Ia. (2012-07-06) If state regulators approve it, and rights-of-way can be agreed on, Iowa may see the "Rock Island Clean Line" being built over the next few years.
New Northwest Scholarship Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-06) Northwest Missouri State University will offer a new scholarship in 2013, in honor of a former Horace Mann Laboratory School teacher.
Highway 169 Road Work begins Worth County, Mo. (2012-07-06) A road construction project in Worth and Gentry Counties begins today.
Nodaway Fatal Accident Nodaway, Mo. (2012-07-06) A Texas man was found dead yesterday morning after a motorcycle accident on the Fourth of July.
Rec Center Opening St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-06) To celebrate the completion of its new Recreation Center, the City of Saint Joseph will have an open house and ribbon cutting tomorrow.
Escapees Caught North Central Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-06) A north central Missouri manhunt is finally over.
Heat Wave coming early this year Pleasant Hill, Mo. (2012-07-06) The Heat Wave hitting the Midwest the past couple of weeks has put temperatures into triple digits and made it uncomfortable for many people.
Moon Tunes Moved Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-06) Tonight's Tunes Under the Moon concert in Chillicothe has been moved.
Cooling Down Pleasant Hill, Mo. (2012-07-06) The Heat Wave hitting the Midwest the past couple of weeks has put temperatures into triple digits and made it uncomfortable for many people.
Liv Sheriff Update Livingston County, Mo. (2012-07-06) Faulty Technology is the suspect in aiding two north central Missouri men break out of jail earlier this week.
NW Alumna named in mag's Top 20 Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-06) A Northwest Missouri State University alumna recently has been named one of Kansas City's top 20 business leaders in their 20's by Ingram's business magazine.
Albany Welcomes Asleep at the Wheel Albany, Mo. (2012-07-05) Albany residents are gearing up for a big day on Saturday as they welcome the western-swing band Asleep at the Wheel...who will be in concert Saturday evening.
Maryville and Nodaway County Alert system in place Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-05) Maryville and Nodaway County residents can now receive real-time emergency information through their mobile phones or through e-mail.
Red Cross Swimming Lessons St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-05) In an effort to beat the heat this summer, many area residents are heading to the local swimming pools to cool off.
Highway Patrol out in force this week Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-05) Even though yesterday was the Fourth of July, Missouri Highway Patrol troopers will continue to saturate the roads and interstates in Northwest Missouri.
Effingham, KS Man Facing Six Child Sex Charges Kansas City, Mo. (2012-07-05) Formal charges have been filed against a 44-year-old Effingham, Kansas man accused of multiple sex crimes with a young girl.
Strong Families Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-05) The University of Missouri Extension office in Chilicothe is hosting 'Building Strong Families' a seminar focusing on building strengths to make a family stronger.
Focus on Kids Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-07-05) The University of Missouri Extension in Chilicothe is hosting 'Focus on Kids - a program that helps parents help their children adjust to divorce.
Driver Station Moves Mound City, Mo. (2012-07-05) The driver examination station in Mound City, MO is moving.
Prison Escape North Central Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-05) Two north central Missouri inmates spent the Fourth of July holiday escaping from jail.
Cow Creek Bridge Reopened Northwest Missouri, Mo. (2012-07-05) A bridge in northwest Missouri along U-S 136 has re-opened.
AM Feature Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-04) The 4th of July is day off work for many people.
Fireworks Safety Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-04) The extreme dry conditions and hot temperatures have officials around Northwest Missouri concerned about fireworks safety during the Fourth of July holiday.
Crop Report Mo. (2012-07-04) A lack of rain and scorching temperatures are starting to cause serious trouble with crops this summer.
Atchison Burglaries Atchison, Ks. (2012-07-04) The string of vehicle burglaries in Atchison continues, with several more reported over the weekend.
New RV Park at Mozingo Lake Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-04) Equestrian enthusiasts will have an opportunity to expand their use of Mozingo Lake near Maryville when a new Park located on the west side of the Lake facility is completed.
Green Hills Animal Trenton, Mo. (2012-07-04) The Green Hills Animal Shelter is hosting an adoption event this weekend.
Keeping Cool Mo. (2012-07-03) Temperatures are up, and so are electricity bills.
Missouri Highway Patrol on call for 4th of July Mo. (2012-07-03) The Fourth of July holiday is one of the deadliest of the year on Missouri's Interstates and Highway's.
75th Anniversary of Amelia Earhart's disappearance Atchison, Mo. (2012-07-03) Yesterday was the 75th Anniversary of the disappearance of Atchison, Kansas aviator Amelia Earhart.
Livingston County Arrests Livingston County, Mo. (2012-07-03) According to a report from the Livingston County Sheriff's department...two of the Most Wanted fugitives from their website have been arrested.
Heat Advisory Mo. (2012-07-03) Prolonged heat waves are expected across much of the region this week.
Summer Cooling Assistance in Iowa Ia. (2012-07-03) The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program in Iowa helped over 90-thousand households pay part of their energy bills last winter...but this summer...many of those same families need help with the cost of staying cool.
MO DNR AP Mo. (2012-07-03) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is conducting an event later this month in northwest Missouri aimed at getting residents to safely dispose of unwanted pesticides and other chemicals.
Lost Property AP Mo. (2012-07-03) The Missouri treasurer's office says it returned a record amount of lost property to people in fiscal year 2012.
Northwest Budget Cut Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-02) When Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed the state's budget for this fiscal year, he cut nearly 9 million dollars for the state's public colleges and universities.
Sober Check Point Atchison County, Mo. (2012-07-02) The Missouri State Highway Patrol Troup H will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint and a driving while intoxicated saturation test in July.
Pavement Blowups Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-02) As temperatures continue to rise in the Northwest Missouri areas, drivers are being encouraged to keep a look out for pavement blow outs.
Wabash Marathon Logo Design Contest Shenandoah, Ia. (2012-07-02) The Shenandoah Chamber and Industry Association is offering a logo design contest for a new annual marathon event.
NW Course Redesign Maryville, Mo. (2012-07-02) After more than a year of work, Northwest Missouri State University officials have redesigned several courses.
Red Cross Donation St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-07-02) The St. Joseph Red Cross is asking for donations to help those affected by the multiple disasters across the United States.
Firework Bans Mo. (2012-07-02) Several open burn bans and firework bans have been implemented just as the Independence Day holiday arrives.