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Trenton Shine Trenton, Mo. (2013-04-30) The Trenton Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring Trenton Community Pride Week this week.
Graves on Farm Bill Tarkio, Mo. (2013-04-30) The U-S Congress is expected to vote on Farm Bill legislation in the next month.
Teacher Evaluations Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-04-30) A measure that would impose stricter evaluations for teachers advanced from a Missouri House committee that defeated the measure last week.
Murder at the Orient Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-04-30) North Nodaway High School theater students will be performing...
Drought Conditions Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-30) The recent rains in the region may be beneficial for farmers in overcoming last year's drought.
Iowa Employers Ia. (2013-04-30) The job prospects for this year's graduating seniors is somewhat better than it was last year, but employers continue to complain that those fresh out of school don't have the problem-solving skills they need
Atchison County Kansas Bomb Threat Atchison County, Ks. (2013-04-29) A suspect is unlikely in the investigation on who called the Atchison County, Kansas Courthouse with a bomb threat earlier this month.
Pinterest Class Offered Livingston County, Mo. (2013-04-29) Facebook has in many ways changed the way people interact with each other.
Atchison County Missouri memorial Building Atchison, Mo. (2013-04-29) Phase two of the rehabilitation of Atchison County, Missouri's Memorial Building is underway.
Capitol Repairs Mo. (2013-04-29) Missouri lawmakers could seek to include money for the state Capitol repairs in a proposed one point two billion dollar state bonding proposal.
Hwy 71 Construction Mo. (2013-04-29) The Missouri Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin a resurfacing project on Highway 71 today.
Nebraska Arbor Day Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-04-29) Nebraska City, known by many as the town of many museums, added to their collection over Arbor Day Weekend.
BioAlgae in Iowa Ia. (2013-04-29) It's a big deal for Shenandoah and Fremont County--that's the reaction of the president of BioProcess Algae over the grant announced last week for the community's algae-growing operation.
Graves to visit Maryville Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-29) Sixth District Republican Congressman Sam Graves of Tarkio is set to visit Maryville this afternoon beginning at 4:45 at Compass Dental located at 231 East Summit Drive.
Missing Student Lawsuit/Peru State Omaha, Ne. (2013-04-29) Peru State College and various officials have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the mother of a missing student.
Mostly Mozart Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-29) The spring concert for the Nodaway Chorale will be held Sunday afternoon in the Charles Johnson Theatre on the Northwest Missouri State campus.
Johnson Controls The Garden St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-26) St. Joseph residents are invited to join employees of Johnson Controls as they prepare the Second Harvest Community Food Bank's garden for the planting season.
Taking Care of You Andrew County, Mo. (2013-04-26) University of Missouri Extension will be offering a multi-session, anti-stress program in May and June.
Logo Merchandise Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-26) Retailers say they haven't seen a big rush on items featuring the new Northwest Missouri State Athletic logo.
Maryville Community Center Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-26) Special activities are being planned to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Maryville Community Center.
Nixon on Sales Tax Mo. (2013-04-26) Governor Nixon says he remains opposed to a bill that would raise the state sales tax while cutting income taxes for individuals and businesses.
NW Choir Show Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-26) Northwest Missouri State University's show choir is performing their annual spring show tonight.
Phi Beta Lambda Awards Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-26) Three Northwest Missouri State University students have qualified for the Phi Beta Lambda national leadership conference.
Thomson Removed from Education Committee Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-04-26) Two former teachers and Republican Missouri House members have been removed from an education panel by the House speaker.
Mo Senate Debates Higher Ed Funding Mo. (2013-04-26) How much money the state gives a school could be determined by students' ability to get jobs out of college.
Arbor Day Celebration Clarinda, Ia. (2013-04-25) Clarinda officials are gearing up for an Arbor Day celebration this week.
Iowa Senator Ia. (2013-04-25) Iowa State Senator Joni Ernst says she expects to decide within the next month whether to seek Iowa's vacant U-S Senate seat in 2014.
Shenandoah Water Shenandoah, Ia. (2013) Progress and setbacks are reported in the efforts to find alternative water sources in Shenandoah.
St Francis Prepares for Tobin Classic Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-24) St. Francis Hospital officials are preparing for one of their biggest fundraising events of the year...
Abbey Trails Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-04-24) The annual Abbey Trails Run/Walk fundraiser for the Conception Abbey in Nodaway County is coming up Saturday morning.
Emergency Lane Closure Mo. (2013-04-24) Motorists heading north on I-29 in Holt County will be affected by emergency roadwork which began yesterday afternoon.
Sobriety Checkpoint Mo. (2013-04-24) Missouri Highway Patrol officials have announced a sobriety checkpoint and driving while intoxicated saturation event which will be held sometime in May.
Whitehead Creek Bypass St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-24) Construction in St. Joseph has started on the new Whitehead Creek stormwater bypass project.
Higher Ed Funding Mo. (2013-04-24) Missouri senators have endorsed legislation creating a funding formula for public colleges and universities.
Grundy County Accident Trenton, Mo. (2013-04-24) A Trenton resident died yesterday evening while driving on U-S 65.
Help Locate Buchanan County, Mo. (2013-04-24) The Buchanan County Sheriff's Department and the St. Joseph Police Department are asking for your help in finding John Wayne Rothwell.
Turkey Season Mo. (2013-04-24) Even with below average temperatures and unusual weather for this time of year, hunters shot over 21,000 turkeys during the first week of Missouri's three week spring hunting season.
Route C Project Mo. (2013-04-24) Motorists in Worth and Gentry County will be affected by a construction project that will begin next Wednesday when the Missouri Department of Transportation begins overlay work on Route C.
National Guard/College Bill USA (2013-04-24) The bill working it's way through the Missouri General Assembly would forbid public colleges or universities from making National Guard members take an exam if they have just returned from active duty or a training exercise.
FFA Award Winners Mo. (2013-04-24) Several northwest Missouri students were recognized at the 85th Missouri Future Farmers of America convention in Columbia.
Bar Age Resolution Soon Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-24) A resolution on the bar entry age for Maryville could come sooner than expected. A public forum took place on the issue of entering a bar.
Rollover Prom King Atchison, Ks. (2013-04-24) An Atchison, Kansas teen recovering from a rollover injury accident last month was awarded Prom King over the weekend at his school.
Maryville Bar Entry Forum Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-24) For an issue that has gotten a lot of publicity in Maryville, few people chose to share their voice at a recent public forum.
4th Street Improvement Funding Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-24) The City of Maryville and Northwest Missouri State University's Fourth Street Corridor project received funding last week.
Camp Farwesta Pool Stewardsville, Mo. (2013-04-24) Camp Farwesta in Stewartsville, Missouri is in need of a swimming pool upgrade.
Northwest Roads Re-Opened Mo. (2013-04-24) The Missouri Department of Transportation has reopened all Northwest Missouri routes after recent flooding closed many roads.
Fremont County Jail Fremont County, Ia. (2013-04-24) Fremont County's special election on the $5.5 million bond issue for a new jail is fast approaching.
River Levels in Page County Page County, Ia. (2013-04-24) With heavy precipitation to the north in recent weeks, Page County officials are keeping a sharp eye on local rivers and streams.
Nebraska City/Arbor Day Nebraska City, Mo. (2013-04-23) Nebraska City unofficially kicked off the Arbor Day festivities this past weekend as they held the unveiling of their first public art project.
Heartland Health St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-23) Heartland Health in St. Joseph plans to end ambulance service in the coming year.
Missouri Driver's License Mo. (2013-04-23) Missouri residents could be unable to get driver's licenses if a budget plan passed by the Missouri Senate actually were to become law.
Iowa Farmers Open to Lawsuits Ia. (2013-04-23) Every spring, thousands of elementary school children take field trips to farms.
Maryville City Council meeting Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-23) The Maryville City Council met for their regular meeting last night.
Sunshine Laws Mo. (2013-04-23) Missouri House Representative Casey Guernsey wants information from Governor Jay Nixon's office.
Iowa Education Reform Ia. (2013-04-23) A House-Senate conference committee continues to hammer out a compromise on education reform in Iowa.
Iowa School Districts Ia. (2013-04-23) Final preparations continue for wholegrade sharing between the Corning and Villisca school districts.
Body Identified in Cameron Cameron, Mo. (2013-04-23) Law Enforcement officials have identified the body of a woman found at a state park near Cameron Friday morning.
Earth Day on Northwest Campus Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-22) Northwest Missouri State University students, faculty and staff conclude Earth Week celebrations with a full day of activities today which is Earth Day
Unlikely Medicaid Expansion Mo. (2013-04-22) Proposals to expand Missouri's Medicaid health care program for the poor appear unlikely to pass during the legislative session that ends May 17th.
Maryville City Council Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-22) The Maryville City Council will discuss the Conceptual Designs for the Fourth Street Improvement Project tonight.
Jamie Patton Awarded Honorary FFA Degree Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-22) Each year the Missouri Future Farmers of America recognizes Honorary State FFA degree recipients for their valuable efforts to the FFA organization and its members.
NMC Celebrates Occupational Therapy Month Albany, Mo. (2013-04-22) April is National Occupational Therapy Month and the Northwest Medical Center in Albany is like many health care facilities in promoting the importance of Occupational Therapy.
Spring Turkey Accidents Mo. (2013-04-22) Spring Turkey Season is underway in the state of Missouri and will run through May 5th.
Northwest Student in Boston Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-22) The man hunt for the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing and the M-I-T shooting has affected a Northwest Missouri State University student.
Fort Smith Grant St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-19) A Civil War site in Saint Joseph receives a grant to expand an exhibit.
Missouri Tax Increase Mo. (2013-04-19) Missourians could get a vote in a penny per dollar tax increase, under a measure presented by the House Transportation Committee.
Maryville R2 Food Service Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-19) Changes are coming to the Maryville R2 School District regarding it's food service.
Woodworth Nixon Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-04-19) A judge has refused to order Gov. Jay Nixon to testify in the third murder trial of a northwest Missouri man.
Mo Guns Mo. (2013-04-19) Missouri Lawmakers are pushing gun legislation to the senate.
State Considers Tax Cuts Mo. (2013-04-19) The Missouri House is moving forward with a couple of proposals to cut the state income tax.
Jefferson BOE Recount Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-04-19) The Jefferson School Board isn't quite ready to accept the results of this month's bond issue.
Stewartsville A Plus Dekalb County, Mo. (2013-04-19) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon visited Stewartsville High School in Dekalb County yesterday.
Jesse James Musical Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-19) The theater group at Northwest Missouri State University premiered a brand-new musical about an iconic Missouri criminal.
Access2 Textcaster (2013-04-18) Access 2 is launching a new advocacy and information texting service.
Albany Football Albany, Mo. (0213-04-18) The Albany School board voted unanimously Monday night for the Albany R-3 School District to play 8-man football.
Digital Magazines St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-18) Patrons of the Rolling Hills Library in St. Joseph can now use their computers and electronic devices to look through their favorite magazines.
Campus Cupboard St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-18) Second Harvest Community Food Bank is hoping to win 45 thousand dollars.
Maryville School Board Meeting Maryville, Mo. (0213-04-18) The Maryville Board of Education met in regular session last night.
Gov. Nixon to visit Stewartsville this morning DeKalb County, Mo. (2013-04-18) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is to visit Stewartsville High School in DeKalb County this morning
NWS Update Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-18) Most of the listening area has been experiencing heavy rainfall the past couple of days.
JR Art Contest Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-18) The work of some budding Northwest Missouri artists will be unveiled this weekend.
Beatles Experience Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-18) An annual musical fundraiser for a non-profit organization in the region which assists small businesses get their start will be held later this month.
Explosion Escape Boston, Ma. (2013-04-17) One former Tarkio, Missouri resident escaped injury in the explosions at the Boston Marathon Monday.
Maryville Board of Ed Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-17) The Maryville Board of Education meets tonight for their regular April session.
Jefferson Board to Meet Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-04-17) The Jefferson C-123 Board of Education will discuss the results of this month's bond issue election during tonight's meeting.
St. Joe Student Charged St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-17) A 16-year-old St. Joseph student faces juvenile charges after being accused of urinating in a faculty coffee pot.
Investor Tax Break Mo. (2013-04-17) The Missouri Senate has passed legislation to renew a tax break for investors in businesses located in low-income areas.
Murder Suspect Car Chase St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-17) An investigation spanning two states and two months of time lands a murder suspect in custody in St. Joseph.
Volunteer to Boston Mo. (2013-04-17) The recent tragedy in Boston is touching the hearts of people in the Midland Empire.
Take Back Program Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-17) Maryville Public Safety and the Drug Enforcement Administration are offering the Maryville public another opportunity to get rid of unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
Hayes at Rolling Hills St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-17) The Belt Branch of Rolling Hills Library will host a lawn care program with speaker Craig Hayes on April 30th.
Nixon opposes request to testify in Woodworth case Columbia, Mo. (2013-04-16) Gov. Jay Nixon and Missouri's attorney general say the governor shouldn't have to testify in a Chillicothe man's murder retrial.
Dunn Ranch Chickens Harrison County, Ia. (2013-04-16) Thirty four prairie chickens were released at the Dunn Ranch Prairie in Harrison County near Eagleville Thursday morning carrying tiny radio transmitters.
Northwest Symphony Performance Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-16) The Northwest Spring Symphony Performance is this weekend in the Charles Johnson Theatre.
Social Security/Concealed Carry Mo. (2013-04-16) The federal Social Security Administration now says that its investigators were not able to read an electronic list of concealed gun permit holders from Missouri.
Former New York Times columnist on campus Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-16) A former higher education journalist for the New York Times is on the Northwest Missouri State campus this week and will speak tonight as part of the University's Distinguished Lecture Series.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-04-16) A Theatre organization based in Shenandoah, Iowa will be presenting..."Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" the next two weekends.
Boston Marathon Boston, Ma. (2013-04-16) Police say at least three people have been killed in the explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
MDR Revenue Sept Mo. (2013-04-16) The first victim has fallen from the legislature's discovery that the Jay Nixon administration has turned over concealed weapons permit information to the federal government.
Turkey Season Mo. (2013-04-15) The Spring Turkey Season gets underway today in the state of Missouri and will run through May 5th.
Hunger on Display in St. Joseph St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-15) Second Harvest Community Food Bank is partnering with the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in St. Joseph to bring a special art show dealing with hunger to the region.
Albany Board of Ed to meet Albant, Mo. (2013-04-15) The Albany Board of Education meets tonight for their April session.
Be Careful Buying on Web Wichita, Ks. (2013-04-15) Wichita police say an attempted weekend robbery involving a video game system advertised on Craigslist shows why people need to be careful when buying or selling items on the website.
Mo Concealed Licenses Mo. (2013-04-15) The way Missouri processes concealed weapons permits has fueled the fire in Republican lawmaker's fight over the state's new driver's license procedures.
Trenton National Guard Trenton, Mo. (2013-04-15) The Missouri Army National Guard 548th Transportation Company out of Trenton, Missouri closed the final chapter of their recent deployment to Afghanistan on April 6th.
Savannah School Board Savannah, Ia. (2013-04-15) The Savannah R-III Board of education held a meeting Tuesday.
Fremont County Firearms Fremont County, Ia. (2013-04-15) Fremont County Sheriff Kevin Aistrope has spent a lot of time on the phone with media Thursday following a report by an Omaha newspaper was involved in an illegal sale of confiscated firearms.
Shared Superintendents Ia. (2013-04-15) Already the shared superintendent in two school districts, Gregg Cruickshank might find himself even busier next school year.
St. Joseph FIT Location Change St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-13) Expected cooler temperatures have forced a change in location for The Second St. Joe FIT event scheduled for tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock in Hyde Park.
Blue Oyster Culture Club St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-12) Music from the 1980s comes to Civic Arena next month.
Seat Belt Battle Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-04-12) The Missouri Department of Transportation recognized West Nodaway High School students in Burlington Junction yesterday.
Student Veterans Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-12) The student-veterans group at Northwest Missouri State prepares to play a greater role on campus.
Lager Tax Freedom Mo. (2013-04-12) Monday marked what many call Tax Freedom Day for Missouri.
Mo. Birth Control Insurance Mo. (2013-04-12) Missouri's top lawyer is refusing to appeal a Federal Court ruling striking down an insurance law regarding birth control.
Mo. Welfare Investigation Mo. (2013-04-12) A Missouri House panel will investigate efforts by the State Department of Social Services to move people off of welfare programs and into federal disability payments.
Thomson on H.B. 837 Mo. (2013-04-12) Organizers of charity fundraiser in Missouri have expressed concern over a House Bill in the Missouri General Assembly that many have interpreted would shut down fish fry's and other similar events.
Lawson Under Boil Order Lawson, Mo. (2013-04-12) A northwest Missouri town was without water after a main break that forced local schools to close and will require residents to boil water before drinking it at least until Saturday.
Academic Celebration Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-12) Northwest Missouri State officials are gearing up for tonight's Academic Celebration.
Page County Elections Page County, Ia. (2013-04-12) Some Page County residents will vote in different locations in the 2014 elections.
Arbor Day Honoree Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-04-12) Nebraska City's Arbor Day Committee has announced their 2013 honoree.
Chinese Lawyer Visits Northwest Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-11) A well-known attorney and philanthropist from Shenzhen, China is visiting Northwest Missouri State University this week.
Car Fire Death Livingston County, Mo. (2013-04-11) The Livingston County Sheriff's office has released information concerning the death of an 87 year old man who died after his car caught on fire last week.
Chillicothe Car Crash Arrest Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-04-11) A 20 year-old Chillicothe man was arrested on Monday in connection with a car crash.
NW Missouri Truckers involved in Sex Trafficking Kansas City, Mo. (2013-04-11) Two self-employed northwest Missouri commercial truck drivers have been charged in federal court with the sex trafficking of a girl under 18 years old.
Chillicothe Photo Contest Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-04-11) The Chillicothe Area Arts Council again this year is sponsoring a popular photo contest.
Maryville Board of Ed Reorganizes Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-11) The Maryville Board of Education held their annual re-organizational meeting yesterday.
License Documents Mo. (2013-04-11) Some Missouri senators are pressing the state's driver's license agency to stop collecting documents from people with concealed gun permits.
Shenandoah Renovations Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-04-11) Plans are now in place for major renovation and demolition projects in Shenandoah.
Page County Engineer Page County, Ia. (2013-04-11) At least one Page County supervisor believes it's time to seek other options for a county engineer.
Trowbridge at Northwest Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-10) Dr. William Trowbridge served as a distinguished English professor at Northwest Missouri State University for 27 years.
Livingston County Library Book Sale Livingston County, Mo. (2031-04-10) Dozens of books will go up for sale in Livingston County this week.
North Missouri Remains Discovered Lathrop, Mo. (2013-04-10) Authorities are trying to identify remains found near a stream bed in northwest Missouri.
Red Cross Tornado App Mo. (2013-04-10) The American Red Cross is helping Midwest residents prepare for severe weather this season with the free Tornado App.
MoDot Closing Davies County, Mo. (2013-04-10) Route O in Davies County will be closed tomorrow, April 11 according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Maryville Board of Education Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-10) The Maryville Board of Education meets for their annual organizational session today at 12:15.
Jasinski Appointment Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-10) Northwest Missouri State University President Dr. John Jasinski has been appointed to serve as chairperson of the panel of judges for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the nation's leading public-private partnership dedicated to performance excellence.
MoDot Listening Tour Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-10) Representatives from the Missouri Department of Transportation were in Maryville last night to hear from area residents on what they feel should be in MoDot's long-range transportation plan.
Iowa Farmers Urged to Sign Up Ia. (2013-04-10) As soon as temperatures warm, Iowa farmers will be out in their fields – which means most will be working nonstop.
Fremont County Jail Fremont County, Mo. (2013-04-10) Fremont County residents will have the opportunity to see the conditions in the county's existing jail--and find out why the county wants a new facility.
Iowa Community Theatre Ia. (2013-04-10) Southwest Iowa won nine of the eleven categories in the Iowa Community Theatre Association Awards in Excellence Gala, held in Newton on Saturday.
Weather Mo. (2013-04-09) The weather in our area is anything but consistent.
Medicare Scamboree Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-04-09) The Northwest Missouri Area Agency on Aging and Missouri S-M-P want to put a fun spin on Medicare fraud.
Albany Fraud Albany, Mo. (2013-04-09) A northwest Missouri man has pleaded guilty to defrauding an elderly couple out of more than $110,000.
Feds Give Money to Kansas Ks. (2013-04-09) Federal education officials have awarded Kansas $4 million in school improvement grants to help turn around low-performing schools.
New Mayor Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-09) Maryville has a new mayor.
Maryville Junior Golf Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-09) Maryville community members are proposing a new junior golf course for Mozingo Lake park.
MoDot Listening Sessions Mo. (2013-04-09) The Missouri Department of Transportation's listening sessions give residents the opportunity to offer input on future highway projects.
Iowa Tax Reform Ia. (2013-04-09) For the last few years, Iowa legislators on both sides of the aisle have discussed the need for property and/or commercial tax reform.
Recent Car Thefts Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-09) Maryville Public Safety Officers have been investigating a number of car thefts in the area including one Friday evening.
Hunger and Resilience St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-09) The Second Harvest Community Food Bank is announcing an art show coming to St. Joseph.
MDC Fishing Days Mo. (2013-04-08) The Missouri Department of Conservation will soon be offering special Fishing Days.
St. Joe Career Fair St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-08) Over 80 employers will attend an annual career fair in St. Joseph on Tuesday, April 16th.
Nutritional Supplements Mo. (2013-04-08) There is no replacement for good nutrition.
Tax Filing Deadline Mo. (2013-04-08) If you haven't filed your taxes yet, time is running out especially if you aren't doing them on your own.
Trash Bash Mo. (2013-04-08) The Missouri Conservation and Transportation Departments are declaring April the "No MOre Trash Bash."
MO Tax Cut Debate Mo. (2013-04-08) As Kansas continues to lower its state income tax, Missouri lawmakers disagree on the best way to respond.
Death Rates in Rural Hospitals Mo. (2013-04-08) A new study says the death rates in small rural hospitals are worse than at most hospitals.
Real ID Mo. (2013-04-08) Missouri Republicans are bristling over new procedures for issuing driver's licenses and expressing fears of possible compliance with federal rules passed in Washington.
Maryville City Council Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-08) The Maryville City Council will hear a report on a proposal for a Junior Golf Course to be located at the Mozingo Lake Recreation Park tonight.
Chillicothe City Council meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2031-04-08) The Chillicothe City Council meets tonight at 6:30 in the Council Chambers of the City Hall of Chillicothe.
Guam Missile Defense Ia. (2013-04-08) Iowa Senator Charles Grassley says the U-S must be prepared for a possible attack from North Korea.
Jail Situation Taylor County, Ia. (2013-04-08) Discussion of Taylor County's jail situation was one of the big topics of the Taylor County Board of Supervisor's meeting Thursday.
Bond Issue Fremont County, Ia. (2013-04-08) Supporters of next month's bond issue referendum for a new Fremont County jail/law enforcement center are reaching out to the public.
Wyeth-Tootle Mansion St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-05) The Wyeth-Tootle Mansion of St. Joseph opens for the tourism season April 19th.
Kander Grant Mo. (2013-04-05) Two area Libraries have been awarded grants from Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander.
St. Joseph Transit Vatterott St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-05) St. Joseph Transit is adding a bus stop at the new entrance to Vatterrott College on Rochester Road.
Nixon Porridge Mo. (2013-04-05) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon says the six weeks left in the legislative session leaves him plenty of time to work with the General Assembly on Medicaid expansion.
Missouri Senate Pharmacy Mo. (2013-04-05) Missouri's State Senate is aiming to give Pharmacies ultimate say-so when it comes to the debate on mandated contraception coverage.
Aircraft Restrictions in Missouri (2013-04-05) The Missouri House has approved legislation intended to restrict the use of aircraft for surveillance of people, farms and homes.
Maryville Sirens Change Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-05) Maryville residents may have noticed a change this week.
Cameron Stabbing Cameron, Mo. (2013-04-05) The Cameron Police Department is investigating a stabbing that occurred last night at approximately 9:18 at 1004 North Harris Street.
Mozingo Re-Branding Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-05) The City of Maryville launches the new image for Mozingo Lake Recreation Park this weekend.
Rock Port Lighting Rock Port, Mo. (2013-04-05) Rock Port officials are seeking additional funding sources for upgrading the lighting at the Interstate 29 exit in town.
Villisca Teachers Villisca, Ia. (2013-04-05) Two Villisca School District instructors are losing their jobs as a result of wholegrade sharing with the Corning School District.
Aging and Disability Services Gallatin, Mo. (2013-04-04) Northwest Missouri's care options will be expanding the accessibility of care options toward the elderly or disabled through Access II's (Two's) new Show Me Options online tool at ShowMeOptions.org.
Akins Promotion Albany, Mo. (2013-04-04) An Albany resident has been promoted up the ranks of the Missouri Army National Guard.
No More Trash Contest Livingston County, Mo. (2013-04-04) A seventh grade art class from Livingston County won a grand prize from The Missouri Departments of Conservation and Transportation for helping to make Missouri litter-free.
Iowa's Bottle Bill Ia. (2013-04-04) An Iowa law passed in 1978 is being revisited by the Iowa legislature.
Jefferson Votes NO Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-04-04)For the fifth time in four years, voters in a northwest Missouri school district rejected a proposed bond issue to build a school gym - but this time the proposal lost by only two votes
Ravenwood Accident Albany, Mo. (2013-04-04) An Albany resident suffers moderate injuries after a one vehicle accident 2 miles south of Ravenwood yesterday afternoon.
Renter's Credit Mo. (2013-04-04) A bill moving through Missouri's state capitol could mean higher tax bills for some people who rent homes or apartments.
Rock Port Welcome Center Rock Port, MO. (2013-04-04) A travelers' welcome center in northwest Missouri has become the first in the state to gain an environmental stamp of approval.
Listening Sessions Mo. (2013-04-04) The Missouri General Assembly recently proposed 8 billion dollars in new funding for the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Page and Montgomery County Engineer Mo. (2013-04-04) There's still no resolution in the impasse between Page and Montgomery counties on a sharing agreement for a county engineer.
Women's Health Expo Albany, Mo. (2013-04-03) Women in Northwest Missouri will have the opportunity to learn more about healthcare in our area at the Northwest Medical Center's inaugural Women's Health Expo in Albany next month.
Mo. State Budget reserve Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-04-03) Missouri has used a state budget reserve fund to improve its cash flow.
Mo. Drivers License Procedures Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-04-03) The Missouri Department of Revenue has complied with a Senate subpoena and delivered thousands of documents relating to new driver's license procedures.
Gentry County Election Results Gentry County, Mo. (2013-04-03) In Gentry County, the Grand River Ambulance District Levy passed overwhelmingly with 1,354 yes votes with just 275 voting against.
Daviess County Election Results Daviess County, Mo. (2013-04-03) North Daviess R-3 Proposition which was a vote to close the school has failed which means the school will remain open.
Nodaway County Election Results Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-04-03) For the fifth time...voters in the Jefferson C-123 school district in Nodaway County voted down a bond proposal that would have funded building renovations and the construction of a new gymnasium.
Atchison County Election Results Atchison County, Mo. (2013-04-03) In the Race for the Rock Port School Board......Elaine Lewis and Brandon Osawald have been selected.
Andrew County Election Results Andrew County, Mo. (2013-04-03) Here are the election results for Andrew County with all precincts reporting.
Holt County Election Results Holt County, Mo. (2013-04-03) In the Race for Mound City R-2 School Board Robert Gibson receives 34 percent of the vote and Mitchel Corbin receiving 33 percent.
Dekalb County Election Results Dekalb County, Mo. (2013-04-03)In the Cameron R1 School Board race, Ann Goodwin Clark received the most votes with 37 percent and Michelle Peterson comes in second with 31 percent of the vote.
Buchanan County Election Results Buchanan County, Mo. (2013-04-03) There was only a 12 percent turnout of voters casting ballots in yesterday's Buchanan County Election.
Mother Sentenced Buchanan County, Mo. (2013-04-03) A northwest Missouri woman will spend at least four months in prison for the death of her disabled 4-year-old daughter last year.
National Walking Day Mo. (2013-04-03) National Walking Day is celebrated every year on the first Wednesday of April.
Travel Tails Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-04-02) Area residents will have an opportunity to tour the country of Peru and support the New Nodaway Humane Society Animal Shelter in Maryville at the same time.
Bootcamp for Parents Gallatin, Mo. (2013-04-02) Access II Independent Living Center in Gallatin will be hosting M-PACT IDEA Bootcamp for Parents; the workshop benefits parents that require special support services for their children in school and will provide valuable information on the parents roles in the child's success.
Highway patrol Promotions St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-02) Three area Missouri Highway Patrol officers recently received promotions.
Midwest Economic Improvement? Mo. (2013-04-02) A monthly economic survey index for nine Midwest and Plains states jumped last month, suggesting improving economic growth for the region over the next three to six months.
Food Pantry Tax St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-02) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon recently signed Senate Bill 20 into law which reinstates 1 point 25 million dollars in tax credits.
Election Coverage Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-04-02) Today is Election Day around the region.
Chillicothe Murder Conviction Update Columbia, Mo. (2013-04-02) State prosecutors seeking a Chillicothe man's third murder conviction in his neighbor's 1990 death will have to pursue the case without vital ballistics evidence.
Rock Port Mayor Rock Port, Mo. (2013-04-02) Rock Port's incumbent mayor wants to spur continued progress on a number of fronts.
Tarkio Taxes Tarkio, Mo. (2013-04-02) For the second time in less than a year, Tarkio voters are asked to decide whether to impose a tax on big-ticket items purchased out of state.
Medicaid Mo. (2013-04-01) The Missouri House of Representatives has passed it's version of a new state budget.
Seatbelt Contest Maryville, Mo. (2013-04-01) Teenagers in Northwest Missouri have a chance to win prizes for wearing their seatbelts.
Special Needs Monies Mo. (2013-04-01) State lawmakers have sent to Governor Jay Nixon an extra budget for the current fiscal year which includes a $14 million increase for a fund that reimburses schools for the cost of special needs children.
Rep. Thomson on House Budget Mo. (2013-04-01) The Missouri House of Representatives approved a 24 billion dollar budget for the next fiscal year that has now been sent to the Missouri Senate.
Rock Port Board of Alderman to meet Rock Port, Mo. (2013-04-01) The Rock Port Board of Aldermen will meet tonight in regular session.
Backpack Buddies Walkathon St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-04-01) A fundraising event for a program sponsored by Second Harvest Food Bank will be held Saturday in St. Joseph.
Center for Youth Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-04-01) A Chillicothe Youth Center will receive assistance from the Missouri Department of Economic Development.