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Holt Honored Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-29) The director of the Northwest Missouri State University Small Business and Technology Development Center in Chillicothe has been honored.
Pet Heat Safety Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-06-29) You may not realize, but you could be hurting or potentially threatening the life of your pets when leaving them out too long in the excessive heat.
Worth AX Blockton, Ia. (2012-06-29) An Iowa woman was seriously injured after her car overturned in Worth County this morning.
Cool Cash Ia. (2012-06-29) The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program in Iowa helped over 90-thousand households pay part of their power bills last winter, but this summer, many of those same families need help dealing with the cost of staying cool.
Afghan Battle Mo. (2012-06-29) Four local Missouri National Guardsmen have been awarded for their bravery during an unsuccessful Taliban attack in April.
Tractor Cruise Turn Out Mo. (2012-06-29) The Heart of America Tractor Club is still determining the amount of money raised during last weekends tractor cruise.
Highway 71 Reopens Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-29) U.S. Highway 71 north of Maryville has reopened.
Fourth Of July Safety Mo. (2012-06-29) Missouri State Highway Patrol will take extra security measures during the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Live Well Program Atchison, Ks. (2012-06-29) An Atchison, Kansas health advocacy committee is in their next stage of planning in an effort to improve county health rankings.
Community Alliance Survey Results St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-29) The Director of the Community Alliance of Saint Joseph, Steve Johnston says this is the second year for the survey.
Girl Scout Theft St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-29) A former St. Joseph Girl Scout troop leader will serve 10 days in jail and be on three years of probation for stealing cookie money from her troop.
Maryville Fire Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-29) The man who accidentally started a fire that disrupted businesses in downtown Maryville will serve four days in prison.
Pavement Blowups Mo. (2012-06-29) As temperatures continue to rise in the Northwest Missouri areas, drivers are being encouraged to keep a look out for pavement blow outs.
I-29 Closed Mo. (2012-06-29) Southbound Interstate 29 from the Corning exit to the Craig exit is closed this morning due to a traffic accident.
Sober Check Point Mo. (2012-06-29) The Missouri State Highway Patrol Troup H will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint and a driving while intoxicated saturation test in July.
Heat Advisory Kansas City, Mo. (2012-06-28) The national weather service in Kansas city/pleasant hill has issued an excessive heat warning...which is in effect until 7 pm Saturday.
Hay Directory Mo. (2012-06-28) With the dry summer, supplies of hay in some parts of Missouri may be lower than what's needed.
Livestock Heat Mo. (2012-06-28) With parts of Missouri seeing 100 plus degree weather, the risk of heat exhaustion could affect livestock and animals as well.
Heat Health Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-28) The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning through Saturday evening.
St. Joe Talk St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-28) St Joseph law enforcement will be addressing the recent increase in vacant structure fires tonight at the June City Talk meeting.
Iowa Communities Ia. (2012-06-28) Iowa is one of four states where discussions are being held with policymakers, planners and architects, city and county leaders and business leaders, to promote the idea of making all communities what is being called "age-friendly."
University Pay Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-28) The Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents approved a 2 point 6 percent pay increase for all University employees during their meeting yesterday.
McCaskill on Health Care Mo. (2012-06-27) The Supreme Court of the United States is expected to release its ruling on the country's health care bill tomorrow.
Road Closed Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-06-27) The entire length of Route AB in Nodaway County has been scheduled for an asphalt overlay today.
Business Seminar Buchanan County, Mo. (2012-06-27) The University of Missouri Extension is offering future business owners tips to help them get started.
Fatalities Up Kansas City, Mo. (2012-06-27)The Missouri State Highway Patrol says traffic fatalities are up nearly 20 percent from last year, the first increase after six years of decline.
MoDot Updates Mo. (2012-06-27) With the summer heat usually comes lots of road construction.
Maryville Trails Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-27) Changes have been made to Maryville's planned trail project.
Maryville Summer Concert Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-27) Tomorrow is the start of the Maryville Chamber's Downtown Sounds summer concert series.
Regents Preview Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-27) The Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents meets this afternoon.
Educators Meeting Washington, Mo. (2012-06-27) Educators from across the country will be meeting in Washington, D.C. next week.
Hunger Partnership St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-26) The Missouri National Guard's Partner in Care initiative and Second Harvest Community Food Bank in St. Joseph have announced a new partnership.
Airport Engineer Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-26) The Maryville City Council has agreed to hire an engineering firm to address concerns at the Northwest Missouri Regional Airport.
St. Joe Streets St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-26) The city of St. Joseph could see many orange signs and flags this week as numerous street repair projects are taking place.
49th Habitat Home St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-26) St. Joseph Habitat for Humanity is celebrating an unusual milestone this week, the completion of its 49th home.
Spider Mites Cameron, Mo. (2012-06-26) Spotted spider mites have been found in a soybean field in Cameron, Missouri.
Welcome Center Atchison County, Mo. (2012-06-26) The Rock Port Welcome Center in Atchison County opens tomorrow morning.
Cameron Schools Cameron, Mo. (2012-06-25) The Cameron Board of Education meets tonight.
Elderly Atchison Man Sex Case Atchison, Ks. (2012-06-25) A 73-year old Atchison, Kansas man will have a competency evaluation to see if he is able to stand trial on a sex charge.
Puppies Graduate Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-25) The first group in the "Puppies for Parole" have graduated at the Maryville Treatment Center.
Livingston County Jail Repairs Livingston County, Mo. (2012-06-25) Inmates in the Livingston County Jail might be in hot water... but they won't find it in jail.
Deere Dealership Closing Maysville, Mo. (2012-06-25) The John Deere dealership in Maysville is being forced to close, but a petition drive is trying to keep it open.
Chillicothe Council Meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-06-25) The Chillicothe city council has a meeting tonight.
Kansas Sentence Kansas City, Mo. (2012-06-25) A northeast Kansas man will serve more than 5 years in prison on multiple felony county related to several cases in the last few months.
Trenton Council Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2012-06-25) The Trenton City council meets tonight.
St. Joseph Shooting St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-22) Authorities in St. Joseph are on the lookout for a suspect after a teenager is shot last night.
Cultural Fair Livingston County, Mo. (2012-06-22) The Coalition for Cultural Awareness is hosting their 5th annual Livingston County Cultural Fair this weekend.
Women Of Excellence Awards St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-6-22) The Y-W-C-A in St. Joseph honors 40 women and businesses as part of its 11th annual "Women of Excellence Awards".
Painting The Town Purple Shenandoah, Ia. (2012-06-22) Residents of Shenandoah, Iowa will be seeing purple next week.
Mound City Board Of Education Meeting Mound City, Mo. (2012-06-22) The Mound City Board of Education considers amending the 2011-2012 budget, has a Title 1 review and a curriculum revision at its latest meeting.
Farm Bill Passes Mo. (2012-06-22) The Missouri Senate delegation is applauding the passage in the Senate of the federal 2012 Farm Bill.
New Restaurant Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-22) There's a new restaurant concept opening in Maryville this afternoon.
Road Closure Carroll County, Mo. (2012-06-21) Carroll County drivers will notice a road closure today.
Parking Problems Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-06-21) Police in Chillicothe are starting to crack down on parking violators.
Farm Bill Debate Mo. (2012-06-21) Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill is voicing her support for reforms in the new farm bill being discussed by Capitol Hill lawmakers.
Women Of Excellence St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-21) The Women of Excellence Awards Luncheon is today in St. Joseph.
Chase Suspect Hearing Savannah, Mo. (2012-06-21) The high speed chase suspect from Savannah has his court hearing set for June 28th.
Traffic Report St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-20) A traffic alert for those of you listening in the St. Joseph area....
Business Expansion St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-20) A major St. Joseph employer is getting even larger.
Solid Waste Fees Atchison County, Mo. (2012-06-20) The city of Atchison and the County continue discussing a solid waste proposal.
Hurst On Recovery Mo. (2012-06-20) Northwest Missouri farmer and President of the state Farm Bureau Blake Hurst says producers are making some headway after the record Missouri River flooding this time last year.
Mound City School Meeting Mound City, Mo. (2012-06-20) The Mound City school board meets tonight.
Maryville E Library Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-20) The Maryville Public Library is joining a state-wide consortium to offer patrons downloadable e-books.
Power Out St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-19) An Internet outage is currently affecting services at the City of St Joseph Health Department.
Vehicle Vandalism Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-06-19) Police arrest 4 suspects in connection to a string of car break-ins over the weekend that targeted about 1 hundred vehicles in Chillicothe.
Internet Out St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-19) An Internet outage is affecting services at the City of St Joseph Health Department is now over.
Princeton Chamber Mo. (2012-06-19) The Princeton Chamber continues to pull together the upcoming 4th of July celebration.
River Levees Kansas City, Mo. (2012-06-19) The Kansas City district of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded more contracts for fixing damaged levees on the Missouri River.
Teen Drivers Mo. (2012-06-19) A new study from Missouri suggests strict teen driving laws can help keep young people from driving drunk.
Missing Person Report Caldwell County, Mo. (2012-06-19) A north central Missouri woman is missing and authorities are asking for your help.
Advocacy Grant North Central Missouri, Mo. (2012-06-18) The North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center gets a financial boost.
Nebraska Tour Nebraska City, Mo. (2012-06-18) Nebraska City is hosting this year's Heartland of America T Tour.
Clarinda Council Meeting Clarinda, Ia. (2012-06-18)The Clarinda City Council has appointed several citizens to boards and had the first reading for a no parking zone on a new street.
No Hunger Summer St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-18) Second Harvest Community Food Bank in St. Joseph is starting a new summer feeding program.
Bridge Work Mo. (2012-06-18) The final piece of the arch span to the new Amelia Earhart bridge connecting Missouri and Kansas is in place, but there's still work to do.
New Water Park Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-06-18) A series of public meetings starts this week in Chillicothe to get citizen's input on a new water park.
No Call Cells Mo. (2012-06-18) Missouri cell phone users can now register their numbers on the State's No Call list under a bill just signed by Missouri Governor Jay Nixon.
Savannah City Council Savannah, Mo. (2012-06-18) The Savannah city council meets tonight.
I-29 Closure St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-18) Drivers will experience delays starting today on southbound Interstate-29 through St. Joseph.
MO West Finances St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-18) Amid tough state budget times, Missouri Western is losing both money and a financial leader.
Chillicothe School Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-06-18) The Chillicothe R-2 School Board meets tomorrow.
Red Cross App St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-15) The Red Cross has launched its first official aid app, putting free and simple lifesaving information right in the hands of Smartphone users.
Coleman Hawkins Jazz St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-15) St. Joseph honors one of its own as the 14th annual Coleman Hawkins Jazz Festival kicks off tonight.
Livingston AX Livingston County, Mo. (2012-06-15) A Missouri man was injured after his own car ran him over in Livingston County.
Elwood Bus Elwood, Ks. (2012-06-14) The St. Joseph Transit authority has made some changes to its bus service to Elwood, Kansas. Effective July 2nd, instead of the usual three trips to and from Elwood throughout the day, the service will only be provided on demand.
Crash Report Kidder, Mo. (2012-06-14) Two drivers were injured after a collision 2 miles south of Kidder.
Farm To Chef Stanberry, Mo. (2012-06-14) A northwest Missouri restaurant with a unique niche is celebrating its year anniversary.
Farm Bill Mo. (2012-06-14) Missouri's Congressional delegation continues to wait for upcoming debate on America's farm policy.
Albany New Superintendent Albany, Mo. (2012-06-14) Albany R-3 School District has found its next superintendent.
Rest Area Closure Lathrop, Mo. (2012-06-14) A northwest Missouri rest area on I-35 is set to re-open tomorrow.
Earhart Bridge Update Mo. (2012-06-13) The long-awaited completion of the Amelia Earhart bridge between Missouri and Kansas is getting closer.
Gun Allegations Atchison County, Mo. (2012-06-13) A northeast Kansas man has been arrested after allegedly pulling a gun on a police officer.
Clarinda City Meeting Clarinda, Ia. (2012-06-13) The Clarinda city council is expected to make a number of appointments at tonight's council meeting.
Chillicothe Board Meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-06-13) The Chillicothe school board has a special meeting set for tomorrow.
Meth Sentence Chillicothe, Mo. (2012-06-13) A Chillicothe man is sentenced to 15 years in prison for making methamphetamine.
Trenton City Council Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2012-06-13) The Trenton City Council decides on a new ordinance amendment and a new council member.
Supreme Court Ruling Linn County, Mo. (2012-06-13) The Missouri Supreme Court sides with a Linn County family suing after their husband and father was killed in a work-related accident.
Missouri River Funding Tarkio, Mo. (2012-06-12) The President of the Missouri Farm Bureau says his group is pleased with the efforts of Missouri lawmakers to protect residents from Missouri River flooding.
Gooseberry Festival Trenton, Mo. (2012-06-12) The Trenton Gooseberry Festival kicks off this weekend with a number of activities including a tractor pull, basketball tournament, antique show, concert and ranch rodeo.
Art Awards St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-12) The nomination period is open for the St. Joseph's mayor's art award.
Road Closure Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-06-12) Summer road construction is shutting down a stretch of highway in Nodaway County.
Golden Apple Nebraska City, Ne. (2012-06-12) The Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce Department, and the Promotions Committee will be presenting the Wildwood Historic Center staff and volunteers with the Golden Apple Award this Thursday, June 14th at 5PM.
Emergency Loans Mo. (2012-06-12) The deadline is approaching for area residents hit by last Fall's flooding and severe weather to get disaster loans.
Hamburg Bank Robbery Hamburg, Ia. (2012-06-12) The FBI is helping local law enforcement in the investigation of a bank robbery yesterday morning in Hamburg Iowa.
Carrollton Schools Carrollton, Mo. (2012-06-12) The Carrollton school board meets tonight.
T.R.I.M. Grant St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-11) The city of St. Joseph will be presented with a check from the Missouri Department of Conservation at tonight's city council meeting.
Baby Bison Bethany, Mo. (2012-06-11) North Missouri is now home to the first purebred bison born in the state since the 1840's.
New City Council Woman Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-11) Maryville has a new city councilwoman.
Rehab House Livingston County, Mo. (2012-06-11) St. Joseph Habitat for Humanity has completed their first Rehab House.
Deputy Leaves Livingston County, Mo. (2012-06-11) Livingston county has lost a deputy sheriff.
Cattle Thefts Mo. (2012-06-08) Cattle thefts are on the rise in Missouri.
Military Food Help St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-08)A change at our region's food bank means more access for regional military families needing assistance.
Deputy Salaries Livingston County, Mo. (2012-06-08) A grant awarded to the Livingston County Sheriff's department will help supplement the income of Deputy Sheriff's there.
Burn Ban Atchison County, Ks. (2012-06-08) Drought-like conditions and hot weather the next few days have prompted a burn ban at an area recreational lake.
MO Economy Mo. (2012-06-08) A new report released by a federal agency shows Missouri's Gross Domestic Product growth was stagnant in 2011.
Trenton Council Meeting Trenton, Mo. (2012-06-08) The Trenton City Council meets tonight.
Airman stops suicide attempt St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-08) A citizen-Airman based in St. Joseph stopped a woman from jumping to her death on the US Route 36 Bridge over the Missouri River last month.
Dewhirst Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-07) A professor at Northwest Missouri State University has received high praise for a book he edited last year.
Maryville City Council Special Session Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-07) The Maryville City Council meets in special session Friday at five o'clock at City Hall to discuss the vacancy on the Council following the resignation of Chad Jackson.
Maryville Marathon Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-07) Runners from all over the country will travel to Maryville this weekend for the 10th running of the Maryville Marathon.
Disaster Relief Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-06-07) Last August the Secretary of Agriculture designated seven Northwest Missouri counties as primary agricultural natural disaster areas.
Chili Cook Off Trenton, Mo. (2012-06-07) Hot temperatures will meet chili this weekend in downtown Trenton.
Traffic Tickets Atchison, Ks. (2012-06-07) Hundreds of citations have been issued in Atchison Kansas during the past 2 weeks for seatbelt violations as part of the "Click it or Ticket" campaign.
School Money Giveaway Mo. (2012-06-07) Schools in our region can participate in a competition that could give them 150 thousand dollars for much-needed projects.
Mock Dig St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-06) The Remington Nature Center located in St. Joseph Missouri will be host two mock archaeological digs for children in July.
Farm Bill Mo. (2012-06-06) Facing record deficits, national lawmakers have cut more than 20 million dollars from the proposed farm bill.
Crop Workshop Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-06) A Cover Crop Workshop is being planned in Maryville.
Flood Risk Mo. (2012-06-06) A report by the Environmental Advocacy Group "American Rivers" says Flood Management along the Missouri River is outdated and putting the public at risk.
Glenn Miller Festival Clarinda, Ia. (2012-06-06) The 2012 Glenn Miller Festival starts tomorrow.
Animal Shelter Power St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-06) A planned electrical outage this morning in St. Joseph could effect operations at the Animal Shelter there.
Tractor Fatality Atchison County, Mo. (2012-06-06) A north east Kansas man is dead after an apparent farm accident.
River Flooding Forecasts Mo. (2012-06-06) The National Weather Service issues a new report on the record flooding our region experienced last summer.
20 Mile Trooper Results North Central Missouri, Mo. (2012-06-05) Results are in from a recent 2-day enforcement operation by the Highway Patrol in North Central Missouri.
MO Fatalities Down St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-05) The number of people dying on Missouri roads continues to drop.
Hungry Children Mo. (2012-06-05) Feeding America has released The Child Food Insecurity 2012 Study, showing that food insecurity among children has decreased four percent in the area.
St. Joseph Allied Arts Council Celebrates Fund Drive St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-04) The Allied Arts Council of St. Joseph held a victory luncheon last week celebrating the conclusion of this year's fund drive.
Maryillve Zoning Revision's Moving Forward Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-04) The Maryville City Council will be reviewing possible changes to the city's Zoning plan during their regular meetings scheduled for this month.
Camp Quality Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-04) Northwest Missouri State University will be hosting the 27th Annual Camp Quality Superhero Edition, June 10th through the 15th.
Dessert Days Nodaway County, Mo. (2012-06-04) The Nodaway County Historical Society is preparing for their monthly Dessert Day at the museum.
Contract Awarded Kansas City, Mo. (2012-06-01) APAC Kansas-Missouri has been awarded contracts from the Missouri Department of Transportation to improve several routes in Atchison and Holt counties.
St. Joseph Center Opens St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-01) The Northwest Missouri State University St. Joseph Center has opened for classes at a new location.
St. Joe Center Building St. Joseph, Mo. (2012-06-01) The Northwest Missouri State University St. Joseph Center has moved to a new location.
Relay For Life Maryville, Mo. (2012-06-01) The Nodaway County Relay for Life event will be held tomorrow at Bearcat Stadium on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville.