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Missouri Ladies Military Band Program Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-02-28) In 1913, a group of eleven women from Nodaway County marched at the head of the Women's Suffrage Parade in Washington D.C.
Energizer Award Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-28) The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has recertified the Maryville Energizer plant as a 2012 STAR Worksite.
Breckinridge Accident Breckenridge, Mo. (2013-02-28) A Breckenridge, Missouri man sustained moderate injuries in a car accident about 11:30 yesterday morning after possibly suffering a heart attack.
Boil Order Lifted Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-28) The boil advisory for the city of Maryville has been lifted. The advisory had been issued due to a low pressure malfunction at the water plant and was a precautionary measure.
Protecting Farmers Mo. (2013-02-28) The Missouri House has given first-round approval to a measure that supporters say will help protect farmers.
Spoofhound Contest Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-28) The Maryville Spoofhound is in a tight race to be recognized as one of the best known high school mascots in the country.
Crisis Simulation Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-28) Crisis Response students at Northwest Missouri State University are learning about more than dealing with crises.
MO Senate Tax Mo. (2013-02-28) A Missouri Senate committee has voted to slash individual, corporate and small business income tax rates in a bill to compete with Kansas' supply side experiment.
Family Place Library Opens St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-28) The St. Joseph Public Library has become Missouri's first family interactive library.
Statewide Tornado Drill Mo. (2013-02-28) Next week is Missouri Severe Weather Awareness week.
KCP&L Outages Mo. (2013-02-27) More than 41,000 customers in northwest Missouri and parts of Kansas remained yesterday without power as utility crews scrambled to return service before nightfall after the second winter storm hit the two states in less than a week.
Snow and Drought Mo. (2013-02-27) Nearly 2 feet of snow should offer some relief for the parched states in the Great Plains but it's no drought-buster.
Red Oak House Fire Red Oak, Ia. (2013-02-27) A house fire in southwest Iowa injured one person and left 11 people without a home.
Fed/Missouri Gun Regs Mo. (2013-02-27) Enforcing new federal gun regulations could send Missouri officers to prison under a bill endorsed by a Missouri house committee.
Tarkio School Safety Tarkio, Mo. (2013-02-27) Tarkio school officials are looking at improving the safety and comfort of the district's students.
Shop N Hop Burglars Savannah, Mo. (2013-02-27) Savannah police are searching for two men believed to have robbed a gas station last night.
MODOT Road Condition Update Mo. (2013-02-27) With the amount of snow Northwest Missouri is receiving, the Missouri Department of Transportation is working hard to keep roadways safe and clear.
St. Joseph Break-ins St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-27) A St Joseph man was arrested and charged for a series of break-ins that took place on February 13th.
Wednesday Mid-Day Cancellations (2013-02-27) The Class 2 State sectional games scheduled for Staley High School have been postponed for tonight.
Boil Advisory Update Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-27) Maryville remains under a boil advisory until Thursday morning or until further notice.
Theater Northwest Barefoot Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-27) Theatre Northwest presents 'Barefoot in the Park' at the Ron Houston Center on the Northwest Missouri State University campus.
Iowa Medical Issues Ia. (2013-02-26) Iowa Governor Terry Branstad over the weekend reiterated he opposes an expansion of Medicaid in Iowa.
Iowa Legislators Meet With Citizens Ia. (2013-02-26) State Senator Joni Ernst and State Representative Cecil Dolecheck appeared at their second of three legislative coffee sessions in Page County on Saturday.
Big Splash Event Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-02-26) A special fundraising event for Nodaway County Big Brothers and Big Sisters is coming up this spring at The Great Wolf Lodge in Kansas City.
Complex Fence Laws Mo. (2013-02-26) Residents confused by Missouri's complicated fence laws will soon have their questions answered.
Kansas Drought Conditions Wichita, Ks. (2013-02-26) The National Drought Mitigation Center says the snowstorms hitting Kansas this month have eased dry conditions but have not ended the drought.
Kansas Winter Wheat Ks. (2013-02-26) The Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service says the recent snow has slightly improved the condition of the state's winter wheat crop.
Mozingo Cabins Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-26) The city of Maryville has received finalized building plans for new cabins at Mozingo Lake.
Snow Plows in Kansas City Kansas City, Mo. (2013-02-26) The snowstorm blasting the Kansas City area is so dangerous to traffic that even the state of Missouri's heavy-duty snow plows are having trouble staying on the roads.
NWS Update Mo. (2013-02-26) Snow continues to fall in northern Missouri from the latest storm system to hit the region.
MODOT Road Condition Update Mo. (2013-02-26) Missouri Department of Transportation officials are recommending motorists stay off the region's roadways today due to the latest snowstorm.
Farmers Electric Outage Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-02-26) Farmers Electric Cooperation in Chillicothe is reporting approximately 600 of their members are without power throughout the center of their service area as of 10:30AM this morning.
KCP&L Outages Kansas City, Mo. (2013-02-26) About 67,000 people in northwest Missouri and parts of Kansas are without power after a snowstorm blanketed the states for the second time in a week.
Updated Midday new Cancellations Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-26) The City of Maryville has activated the Emergency Snow Route Ordinance.
Library Grant Worth County, Mo. (2013-02-25) The Missouri Secretary of State's office recently awarded a State Aid Equalization Grant to the Worth County Library.
Thomson Guns Mo. (2013-02-25) The Missouri legislature is back in session today after ending debate early last week to avoid harsh winter weather.
Iowa's Aging Ia. (2013-02-25) No one has any firm information on the number of Iowans with developmental disabilities who are currently living with elderly parents as caregivers, but as the state's population ages, Joe Sample with the Iowa Department of Aging says a potential problem is arising.
Speaking Bearcats Mo. (2013-02-25) The Northwest Missouri State forensics team wins the state championship.
Maryville City Council Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-25) The Maryville City Council is to hear the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report during tonight's meeting.
Obama Visit Mo. (2013-02-25) First Lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to be in Missouri later this week to promote her campaign against childhood obesity.
Winter Weather Preparation Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-25) Another winter storm is expected to make it's way through the region by this evening, adding to the already snow-covered conditions in the area.
Missouri Road Conditions Mo. (2013-02-23) Driving conditions on Missouri's roads and highways are improving this morning following yesterday's snowstorm that hit the region.
Eagles and the River Brownsville, Ne. (2013-02-23) Despite the snowstorm this week, Brownville will still be celebrating the First Annual Eagles and the River celebration tomorrow morning at the River Inn.
Worth County library Grant Grant City, Mo. (2013-02-22) The Worth County Library in Grant City, Missouri received service and programming funds from the Secretary of State's Office.
Dangers in Scooping Snow Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-22) One of the dangers from a snowstorm comes when residents begin trying to scoop out their driveways or sidewalks.
St. Joseph Accident St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-22) Four Saint Joseph Teenagers are injured after their car went airborne Wednesday night.
Iowa Senate on Medicaid Ia. (2013-02-22) An Iowa Senate subcommittee voted in favor of a bill to expand Medicaid.
Friday Forecast Update Mo. (2013-02-22) The Severe Winter Storm that hit the midwest dumped anywhere from 3 to 10 inches of snow in parts of northwest Missouri yesterday and early this morning.
Additional Cancellations Mo. (2013-02-22) Friday cancellations and postponements due to weather are as follows:
Friday Cancellations (2013-02-22) Fri Cancellations are as follows due to weather...
Benedictine Commencement Speaker Atchison, Ks. (2013-02-22) An eastern Kansas college has announced former Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan will deliver its commencement address in May.
Drowsy Chaperone Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-02-22) The Southwest Iowa Theatre Group presents a musical within a comedy this weekend.
Blood Supply Affected by Winter Storm St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-22) After this week's winter storm, the Community Blood Center of St. Joseph says it's blood supply is holding steady... for the moment.
Fremont County Jail Fremont County, Ia. (2013-02-22) Fremont County's jail committee is taking a second look at building a new facility at another location.
Update on Winter Storm (2013-02-22) With the massive winter storm already affecting most of Kansas slowly moving northwest.... it set to impact the listening area in the mid morning hours.
Chillicothe Youth Talent Contest moved Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-02-22) The Chillicothe Area Arts Council's Youth Talent Contest location has been moved due to an unexpectedly high number of contestants.
96th Recruit Class Mo. (2013-02-21) The Missouri State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Academy welcomes the 96th Recruit Class.
Collective Bargaining Rights Mo. (2013-02-21) A Missouri House Democrat's plan would send colleagues to prison for proposing legislation limiting collective bargaining rights
National Fitness Month Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-21) February is National Fitness Month.
Snow Ordinance Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-21) Maryville public safety has activated the emergency snow ordinance for the city of Maryville.
Severe Weather Tips Mo. (2013-02-21) The Winter Snowstorm has made traveling difficult on many of the regions roads and highway.
Nixon Issues State Of Emergency Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-02-21) Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency in response to a winter storm sweeping across the state.
Livingston County Sheriff Scam Livingston County, Mo. (2013-02-21) The Livingston County Sheriff's office recently learned that a Livingston resident received a voicemail from the published number of the Livingston County Sheriff's Office.
Cameron City Council Gun Ordinance Cameron, Mo. (2013-02-21) The city council in one northwest Missouri town is considering an ordinance that would allow them to be armed during meetings.
MPH says Stays Home Mo. (2013-02-21) Stay at home.
Thursday Cancellations Mo. (2013-02-21) The Bedford Community School District has postponed its F-F-A breakfast to February 26th.
MODOT Prepares Mo. (2013-02-20) One of the organizations making plans to respond for this week's predicted snow storm is the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Winter Storm Preparations Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-20), Using common sense is a good way to avoid problems during a snow storm like what the National Weather Service is predicting to come in over night.
MO Legislators Mo. (2013-02-20) Missouri legislators are cutting their work week short because of concerns about a winter storm.
Winter Warning Midwest (2013-02-20) The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning beginning at midnight tonight and continuing through tomorrow.
Winter Storm Mo. (2013-02-20) Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and much of Missouri are preparing for a severe winter storm to move through the area tomorrow night and Thursday.
Cameron Water Supply Cameron, Mo. (2013-02-20) The City of Cameron is looking for additional water resources as it faces a low supply resulting from the drought.
St. Joseph Festival Trip St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-20) Saint Joseph Museum officials are planning a trip for it's patrons to visit the 78th Annual Tulip Time Festival this spring.
Red Oak School Lockdown Red Oak, Ia. (2013-02-20) The lockdown at Red Oak High School ended early Monday afternoon.
Mo Budget Amendment Mo. (2013-02-19) Republican Senator Brad Lager of Savannah is pushing voters to make fiscal changes for Missouri.
Boston Brass Celebrity Concert Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-02-19) The Chillicothe High School band is getting ready for their Celebrity Concert, this year featuring trumpet player Jeff Connor, and the rest of the Boston Brass.
Taxes Mo. (2013-02-19) Cities and counties would be able to resume collecting taxes on cars that were not purchased at Missouri dealers under a bill passed by the Senate.
Nebraska City Official Stepping Down Nebraska City, NE (2013-02-19) "It's a sad day in Nebraska City"--that's how City Administrator Joe Johnson described his reaction to the news that another longtime official in the community was stepping down.
Cost Effective Forage Meeting Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-02-19) University of Missouri Extension will hold a meeting of interest to beef producers in northwest Missouri next week.
Iowa Ed Reform Ia. (2013-02-19) Education reform remains Iowa State Representative Cecil Dolecheck's top priority.
RP Resource Officer Rock Port, Mo. (2013-02-19) "Thanks, but no thanks"--that's the message Rock Port school officials are sending city officials on a proposal for a school resource officer.
Cameron Vehicle Accident Cameron, Mo. (2013-02-19) A Cameron resident was life flighted to St Luke's in North Kansas City on Saturday afternoon after a single-vehicle accident.
Red Lights St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-18) Saint Joseph will begin issuing fines for motorists who are caught on-camera running red lights.
Leadership Maryville Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-18) A program designed to cultivate leadership skills for individuals in the Maryville community graduated it's 27th class last week
One Read Livingston County Livingston County, Mo. (2013-02-18) A new program urging Livingston County residents to increase their reading habits is being organized by the Friends of the Livingston County Library.
Chillicothe Special Meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-02-18) The Chillicothe City Council was recently given an update on the status of properties in the community that are owned by the city.
MO Infrastructure Mo. (2013-02-18) State lawmakers are considering several proposals to improve infrastructure that could hit Missourian's wallets.
Clarinda Precincts Clarinda, Ia. (2013-02-18) The City of Clarinda will move from 3 precincts to 2.
Savannah Nurse Savannah, Mo. (2013-02-15) The Savannah School Board met on Tuesday.
House Bill Omits Medicaid Increase Mo. (2013-02-15) The top budget writer in the Missouri House has outlined a spending plan that omits Governor Jay Nixon's proposed Medicaid expansion.
Painting Contest Mo. (2013-02-15) A new painting contest encourages children to connect with nature.
Car Theft Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-15) Maryville Public Safety and the Nodaway County Sheriff's Office are investigating a string of car break-ins.
American Red Cross Training St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-15) Midland Empire Chapter of the American Red Cross will host a training day for new volunteers next week.
Clarinda Librarian Clarinda, Ia. (2013-02-15) Clarinda Lied Public Library Director Andrew Hoppmann has been selected to participate as a mentor in the I-LEAD USA program.
Lager on Missouri Lakes Mo. (2013-02-14) One Missouri Senator says lakes across Missouri could have more of a health risk than originally thought.
St Greg Open House Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-14) St. Gregory's School is hosting an open house for parents and prospective students Sunday, February 24th.
Mental Health Money Ia. (2013-02-14) House lawmakers will vote on a bill to give some counties a share of $11.6 million so they continue treatment of mental health patients as the state transitions to a regional system.
Chillicothe Murder Plattsburg, Mo. (2013-02-14) A Chillicothe man whose murder conviction in the 1990 slaying of a neighbor was recently overturned could learn on Friday whether he will be released from prison as the state seeks a new trial.
Mercer County Accident Mercer County, Mo. (2013-02-14) A Mercer County resident suffers serious injuries after a one vehicle accident 3 miles east of Princeton yesterday afternoon.
Marshall Tucker Band Coming to Albany Albany, Mo. (2013-02-14) For the second straight summer the City of Albany will host a nationally known country band.
St. Joseph 29th Best City St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-14) The community of St. Joseph compares variably to similar cities in the United States.
Red Oak Plans Red Oak, Ia. (2013-02-14) Red Oak school officials are seeking a blueprint, of sorts, for future facility improvements.
Glenwood Firing Glenwood, Ia. (2013-02-14) A Southwest Iowa school administrator has lost her job.
Chillicothe Demolition Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-02-14) Neglected homes in Chillicothe may soon be torn down.
Lager Proposes Medical Lawsuit Cap Mo. (2013-02-13) If State Senator Brad Lager of Savannah gets his way, Missourians could decide if there should be a limit on certain medical lawsuits.
Second harvest Movement Rock Port, Mo. (2013-02-13) The Second Harvest Food Bank is looking for volunteers to assist in their effort to stamp out hunger in northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas.
Chillicothe Accident Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-02-13) A Chillocothe resident suffers serious injuries after at one vehicle accident 2 miles west of Chillicothe yesterday morning.
Travis MGVR Mo. (2013-02-13) Missouri Lawmakers have endorsed separate measures focused on the open meetings and records law, commonly called the sunshine law.
Polar Plunge Daviess County, Mo. (2013-02-13) An event benefiting Special Olympics in northwest Missouri was held earlier this month in Daviess County.
Rock Port Electrical Plant Rock Port, Mo. (2013-02-13) The City of Rock Port will not spend $1.3 million on bringing the city's electrical plant up to date.
Shenandoah School Properties Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-02-13) Shenandoah's School District is seeking interested takers in three district properties.
Snow Removal Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-12) The City of Maryville has noticed the snowfall this winter.
Casino No Smoking St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-12) The head of a Saint Joseph casino says revenues would drop 25 percent to 30 percent if the city bans smoking on the gambling floor, putting local jobs and some funding in danger.
Thomson on Higher Ed Funding Mo. (2013-02-12)A bill has been introduced in the Missouri General Assembly that would drastically change the way higher education institutions are funded.
Mozingo Golf Renovation Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-12) The city of Maryville is close to finishing renovations to the golf clubhouse at Mozingo Lake.
Lamoni Heritage Celebration Lamoni, Ia. (2013-02-12) The City of Lamoni is celebrating their heritage this month with the annual Lamoni Cultural Heritage Celebration
Chillicothe Ed Board Meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-02-12) Chillicothe Board of Education will hold a special Board Work Session tonight.
Bedford Special Education Bedford, Ia. (2013-02-12) Bedford residents are going to the polls next month to decide two special referendums.
Lied Tablet Club Clarinda, Ia. (2013-02-12) The Clarinda Lied (LEED) Public Library held its first ever I-Pad/Tablet Club meeting on Friday.
Gold Writing Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-12) A senior at Maryville High School has won the most prestigious national writing contest for students in American High Schools.
Leadership Northwest Missouri Albany, Mo. (2013-02-12) Northwest Medical Center in Albany will be hosting Leadership Northwest Missouri on Wednesday.
Livingston Arrest Livingston County, Mo. (2013-02-11) An Independence Missouri man was arrested for driving while intoxicated and stabbing one of his passengers.
Farmer Tax Deadline Extended Mo. (2013-02-11) Missouri Department of Revenue has extended the deadline for farmers and fisherman to file their state income taxes from March 1st to April 15th.
Wellness Launches "Shift" Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-11) Northwest Missouri State University's Wellness Services has a new website promoting healthy living.
Lager Northwest Days Jefferson, City, Mo. (2013-02-11) Last week marked the annual Great Northwest Days.
CIE Assists Nw Student Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-11) Northwest Missouri State University's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is assisting a Northwest student launch a technology company.
Killer Family Kansas City, Mo. (2013-02-11) A 37-year old Kansas City man whose family includes four other convicted killers has been found guilty of second-degree murder in a 2009 robbery attempt.
Maryville Public Library Grant Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-11) The Maryville Public Library received a grant for it's summer reading program.
Missouri Marijuana Mo. (2013-02-08) Some Missouri House Democrats are looking to reduce the punishment for marijuana possession.
Quixotic St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-08) The historic Missouri Theater hosts a special performance this Saturday.
Post Office Box USA (2013-02-08) The United States Postal service may discontinue mail delivery to homes and businesses on Saturdays later this year.
Mary Todd Lincoln St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-08) The Saint Joseph Museum will celebrate President Lincoln's birthday on Tuesday with a program about his first lady.
Grundy Accident Milan, Mo. (2013-02-08) Milan, Missouri woman is seriously injured in a car accident in Grundy county yesterday morning.
Pitt State Gun Control Vote Pittsburg, Ks. (2013-02-08) The student government association at another public university in Kansas has gone on record opposing concealed carry of firearms on campus.
Missouri River Levels Low Omaha, Ne. (2013-02-08) Dry weather continues throughout the area that feeds into the Missouri River, so water levels will remain low.>
Three NW Regents Confirmed Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-08) The Missouri Senate yesterday confirmed three appointments to the Northwest Missouri State Board of Regents.
Buchanan County Signs Stolen St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-08) Authorities say someone is going to a lot of trouble to steal safety signs along roads in Buchanan County.
St. Joseph Symphony Concert St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-08) Music lovers in northern Missouri will have an opportunity to hear the the St. Joseph Symphony present a chamber concert this Sunday.
Blood Center Drive St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-08) The blood supply at several area hospitals is currently low.
Hall Bottom Shoot-Out Stanberry, Mo. (2013-02-07) When two local high school basketball teams play tomorrow evening, they will be playing for more than bragging rights.
Postal Service Reaction Mo. (2013-02-07) A decision by the United States Postal Service to end Saturday delivery beginning in August is not sitting well with lawmaker from Missouri.
Ag Test Results Rock Port, Mo. (2013-02-07) Field trials by the University of Missouri Extension could help area farmers make wise decisions about their crops.
Taxes on Vehicle Sales Mo. (2013-02-07) Missouri Lawmakers are making another run at reinstating local taxes on vehicle sales after Governor Jay Nixon vetoed last year's attempt........
Great Northwest Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-02-07) 300 people from 18 counties in northwest Missouri attended Great Northwest days in Jefferson City earlier this week.
MDN Power Companies Mo. (2013-02-07) Missouri power companies say they need increased funding to improve the state's electrical infrastructure.
Robidoux Resident Theater St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-07) The Robidoux Resident Theater in St. Joseph has a busy week ahead.
Rock Port Light Plant Rock Port, Mo. (2013-02-07) Rock Port residents are invited to a public meeting next week on the future of the city's electric plant.
Rock Port School Lunch Rock Port, Mo. (2013-02-07) At least one Northwest Missouri school district is ahead of the curve when it comes to banning junk food from school vending machines.
First Thursday Concert St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-07) The First Thursday Noontime Concert will be tomorrow at 12:10 at the First Presbyterian Church in St Joseph.
Cameron Robbery Cameron, Mo. (2013-02-06) Cameron Police are investigating the robbery of a convenience store.
Squaw Creek Eagles Brownville, Ne. (2013-02-06) A program called Eagles and The River will be February 23rd in Brownville, Nebraska.
NOAA on Winter Mo. (2013-02-06) The northwest Missouri region has experienced a couple of snow storms this winter...
Southwest Iowa Toddler Ia. (2013-02-06) Authorities continue to investigate the death of a toddler found unresponsive in a southwest Iowa residence.
Jazz Concert Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-06) Next week two jazz groups are performing in Maryville.
North Missouri Weather Outlook Mo. (2013-02-06) Dry weather plagued livestock producers last summer and the effects are still being felt in the form of water and feed shortages.
Baker Resignation Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-06) Northwest Missouri State University's Director of Athletics, Wren Baker is resigning effective February 22.
Midwest Power Line Midwest (2013-02-06) A proposed power line project in the midwest has one conservation official concerned.
Higher Education Funding Mo. (2013-02-05) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon made 8.4 million dollars available for higher education institutions following the release of the state's January 2013 general revenue report yesterday.
Disabled Worker Legislation Mo. (2013-02-05) Missouri senators have opened debate on legislation to revive an insolvent fund for disabled workers.
Northwest Mo Man Charged Riverside, Mo. (2013-02-05) A Missouri man is jailed on involuntary manslaughter charges after he allegedly shot a friend to death during a Super Bowl party.
Legion Building Collapse Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-02-05) Investigators continue to look into the cause of the collapse of a well-know Burlington Junction structure in northern Nodaway County.
Lager on Early Childhood Ed Funding Mo. (2013-02-05) Last week Missouri Governor Jay Nixon outlined his plans for increased funding on all levels of education during his annual State of the State address.
Riverside School District Riverside, Mo. (2013-02-05) Officials in the Riverside School District are looking at various options regarding a space crunch at the district's elementary grade.
Clarinda Barn Painting Clarinda, Ia. (2013-02-05) An empty building on the south side of the Clarinda square will soon have a new occupant.
Block Grant for Water Project Mo. (2013-02-04) Three northwest Missouri communities have received good news concerning their low water supply problems due to the continuing drought.
BSF Hurricane Sandy Relief Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-04) 11 Northwest Missouri State University students affiliated with the Northwest Missouri State University Baptist Student Union had an opportunity to assist in the Hurricane Sandy relief effort over winter break.
Valentine Concert St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-04) The Saint Joseph Symphony is hosting a concert in honor of Valentine's Day this upcoming Sunday at 2pm at the First Christian Church in Saint Joseph.
Heart health Awareness Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-02-04)February is Heart Health Awareness Month.
NW to Renovate Campus Dining Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-04) A new campus dining concept at Northwest Missouri State University was approved by the Board of Regents on Friday.
Lied Public Library Report Clarinda, Ia. (2013-02-04) Lied Public Library in Clarinda recently released the 2012 annual report to its community shareholders.
Protest James Columbia, Mo. (2013-02-04) Anti-war protesters want the University of Missouri to reject the employment application of a retired Army psychologist who has faced abuse accusations at the Guantanamo Bay military prison.
Governor Allocates Money to Northwest Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-04) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was on the Northwest Missouri State campus Friday morning promoting plans to provide Missouri's colleges and universities with additional performance-based funding, which he says will expand opportunities for students.
Missouri Western Computer Returned St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-01) A computer containing confidential information on students at Missouri Western State University has been returned to the school by the person who bought it at auction.
Drought Risk Mo. (2013-02-01) Even after this week's precipitation, the drought of 2012 could still pose a risk for producers.
Super Science Saturday St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-01) The St. Joseph Museum and Missouri Western State University give area students the opportunity to learn more about science and math.
Nixon Northwest Maryville, Mo. (2013-02-01) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will visit Northwest Missouri State University today.
Climate Changes USA (2013-02-01) From coast to coast, the nation's plants, fish and wildlife are facing challenges because of a changing climate.
Thomson Comments Mo. (2013-02-01) At first, Missouri State Representative Mike Thomson said he was enthusiastic about Governor Jay Nixon's budget proposals.
Livingston Co Library Photo Classes Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-02-01) Livingston County Library in Chillicothe begins a series of digital camera classes designed to teach participants how to make the most of their pictures.
Kevin Kirby new Red Cross Role St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-02-01) American Red Cross Midland Empire Chapter begins a search for a new Chapter Executive Director.