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81 Year Old Attending NW Commencement Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-31) An 81-year-old woman who skipped her college graduation at Northwest Missouri State University will finally take part in a commencement ceremony.
Cyclospora Outbreak Update Mo. (2013-07-31) Two cases of a gastro-intestinal illness called "Cyclospora" have been reported in Missouri.
Gov Nixon Visits St Joe St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-31) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is visiting St Joseph School District's Media Center today to meet with school administrators, teachers, and board members.
Chillicothe City Council approves code book Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-31) The Chillicothe City Council approved a new code of Ordinances during this week's meeting.
Attempted Kidnapping in Livingston County Livingston County, Mo. (2013-07-31) Law Enforcement officials in Livingston County are asking the public for help in identifying individuals involved in a recent attempted kidnapping.
Chillicothe Wins Three Downtown Revitalization Awards Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-31) Chillicothe was the winner of three downtown revitalization awards presented earlier this week during the Missouri Main Street Revitalization Conference in Kansas City.
Thomson on Nixon's veto of tax bill Mo. (2013-07-31) Missouri House Republicans say it will be an uphill battle to override Governor Jay Nixon's veto of tax-cutting legislation.
Jefferson Technology Grant Mo. (2013-07-31) One of the items discussed during the recent Jefferson Board of Education meeting was a grant the district is receiving to enhance technology.
Road Closures Mo. (2013-07-31) According to the Missouri Department of Transportation...
Platte County Cat Drowning Platte County, Mo. (2013-07-31) Platte County Prosecutor Eric Zahnd says Missouri state law does not allow him to charge a Kansas man who drowned a cat in Lake Waukomis.
Troop H DWI Checkpoint Mo. (2013-07-30) Captain Duane L Robinson, of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces that Troop H will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in Nodaway County during the month of August.
MPS 40 Year Cold Case Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-30) The Maryville Public Safety Department is seeking assistance from the public in helping solve the murder of a Chillicothe native who was killed in Maryville 40 years ago.
Nixon Defends Tax Cut Veto Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-30) Gov. Jay Nixon is pointing to Missouri's credit rating in defending his veto of tax cutting legislation.
Nebraska City Tourism Director Nebraska City, Mo. (2013-07-30) The newest Executive Director of Nebraska CityTourism and Commerce talked about his visions to attract new tourist to town at Nebraska City's weekly rotary meeting.
Kitchen Table Talks Livingston County, Mo. (2013-07-30) As members of U.S. Senator Clair McCaskill's staff travel throughout the state, they will stop in Livingston County to talk with local residents.
MR 340 Conclusion Kansas City, Mo. (2013-07-30) The MR 340 canoe race....
Cyclospora Update SW Iowa Ia. (2013-07-30) Despite the spread of cyclospora across the country, at least one local health official says no further cases have been reported in southwest Iowa.
Gov. Heineman Ne. (2013-07-30) Representatives of several southeast Nebraska communities recently met with Governor Dave Heineman.
Iowa Health Care Des Moines, Ia. (2013-07-29) Iowa residents have a chance to weigh in on the state's plan to expand low-income health coverage.
Soybean Disease Mo. (2013-07-29) A new disease found in soybeans is affecting Northwest Missouri.
Iowa Gas Prices Des Moines, Ia. (2013-07-29) Iowa motorists who buy gasoline without ethanol could soon see a price jump at the pump.
Unclaimed Property in Missouri Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-29) Missouri Treasurer Clint Zweifel is warning of a scam email about unclaimed property.
Hoffman Named Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-29) An instructor in Northwest Missouri State University's Department of Business has been named director of the university's Freshman Seminar program.
Albany Board of Education Preview Albany, Mo. (2013-07-29) The Albany Board of Education will discuss increasing requirements for graduation during tonight's meeting.
Pavement Blow-Ups Mo. (2013-07-29) With temperatures exceeding 90 degrees across the region, officials from the Missouri Department of Transportation are advising motorists to be aware that heat can affect roadway surfaces.
Interim Agriculture Committee Mo. (2013-07-29) An area state representative has been appointed as chair to an interim committee on Emerging Issues in the Agriculture Industry created by Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones.
Mills County Jail Mills County, Ia. (2013-07-29) Construction is expected to begin next month on the new Mills County jail/law enforcement center project.
Shenandoah Swimming Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-07-29) About the only people unhappy with the slightly cooler summer are those visiting Shenandoah's outdoor swimming pool.
I-29 Four Car Crash St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-26) Northbound lanes of Interstate 29 south of St. Joseph have reopened after being closed for nearly six hours due to a four vehicle accident.
Maryville Hiking and Biking Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-26) Maryville city officials and the Maryville Chamber of Commerce held a special ceremony yesterday afternoon to open up another segment of a trail system in the community.
Nebraska OSHA Investigation Talmage, Ne. (2013-07-26) The Lawyer representing the Farmers Cooperative Co inTalmage, NE says he plans to contest the violations found in recent inspections conducted by the US Department of Labors Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Immunizations Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-07-26) The 2013 school year is just around the corner which could mean immunizations for students of all ages.
Algae Bloom Caution Des Moines, Ia. (2013-07-26) An environmental group is cautioning Iowans to be aware of algae blooms in the state's lakes and ponds this summer.
Missouri Insurance Agencies Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-26) Missouri's insurance agency says it is just the second in the nation to give consumers an online example of insurance policies available in the state.
Livingston County Crime Map Livingston County, Mo. (2013-07-26) The Livingston County Sheriffs office added a new interactive feature to their website.
No More Trash Bash Mo. (2013-07-26) Northwest Missouri is now a bit cleaner due to the work of volunteers who help with an annual clean-up event.
Shenandoah City Council Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-07-26) Shenandoah officials are bringing back a program designed to improve the community’s surroundings.
Local School Receives Award Savannah, Mo. (2013-07-25) A local school district is the recipient of an award given by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Area Crop Outlook Mo. (2013-07-25) With July coming to an end, local farmers are hoping for more rain.
Woodworth Conviction Update Kansas City, Mo. (2013-07-25) State prosecutors say they acted in good faith while trying to locate a witness for the pending retrial of a Chillicothe man accused of his neighbor's 1990 killing.
Chillicothe BOE Meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-25) The Chillicothe R-II Board of Education is setting new district goals for the 2013-2014 school year.
OSHA Investigation in Talmage Talmage, Ne. (2013-07-25) A spokesman with the US Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration says an investigation into a workers death at the Farmers Cooperative Co of Talmage found several safety violations.
Missouri Real ID Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-25) A former director of the Missouri department that issues driver's licenses says the agency did not take steps to comply with the federal Real ID Act after passage of a state law prohibiting it.
Glenwood Sheriff's Office Glenwood, Ia. (2013-07-25) A 22-year-old Glenwood man is accused of trying to burn the Mills County Sheriff's Office.
Tarkio Renovation Tarkio, Mo. (2013-07-25) Tarkio R-1 school officials are calling it a major renovation.
Southwest Iowa Museum Ia. (2013-07-25) Visitors to a Southwest Iowa museum next week will get a sneak peak at a a new attraction honoring the event's rich history.
Northwest Music Student Selected Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-25) A senior music education major at Northwest Missouri State University has been selected to a national flute choir.
Jefferson BOE Preview Jefferson, Mo. (2013-07-24) The Jefferson C-123 Board of Education will hold their July meeting tonight.
Dream Factory Reunion St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-24) The Dream Factory of Northwest Missouri is holding a reunion for anyone involved with the factory.
Meth Charges Kansas City, Mo. (2013-07-24) Three northwest Missouri residents are facing federal drug charges after one of them called police to his home because one of the others was threatening him.
NW Missouri Runner Missing Liberty, Mo. (2013-07-24) Police in northwest Missouri are using dogs in the search for a Liberty man who failed to return home from an evening run.
Focus on Forages Meeting Albany, Mo. (2013-07-24) The University of Missouri Extension will hold it's annual Focus on Forages meeting next week in Albany.
Chillicothe Area Arts Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-24) The Chillicothe Area Arts Council is bringing another season of arts education and entertainment to the Chillicothe area.
Nebraska City Officials Meet with Governor Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-07-24) Several Southeast Nebraska City officials met with Governor Dave Heineman behind closed doors Monday afternoon in Nebraska City.
Phase M Trail Ribbon Cutting Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-24) A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held this week to celebrate the completion of the Phase M, Hospital to Middle School Trail project.
Page County Engineer Page County, Ia. (2013-07-24) Monday marked the first day of JD King's tenure as Page County's engineer.
Missouri 340 Canoe Race Kansas City, Mo. (2013-07-24) A Canoe race on the Missouri River from Kansas City to St. Charles is underway and features two teams from northwest Missouri.
KCP&L Drops St. Joe company Kansas City, Mo. (2013-07-24) Kansas City Power & Light says a St. Joseph company is no longer part of its solar energy rebate program, saying some systems the company installed were smaller than promised.
Chiefs Training Camp St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-23) With the National Football League's preseason fast approaching, teams are starting to report to training camp.
Maryville City Council Meeting Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-23) The construction of a new wastewater treatment plant will soon begin in Maryville.
Maryville City Council Part 2 Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-23) The Maryville City Council reviewed the City's banking bids during last night's meeting.
Missouri Subpoenas Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-23) A Missouri House panel that tried to subpoena members of Governor Jay Nixon's staff says it now will hear from them voluntarily.
Missouri Gay Death Benefits Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-23) A U.S. Supreme Court decision about federal benefits for gay couples has prompted the Missouri Supreme Court to take a second look at a pending case.
Second Harvest Executive Director St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-23) Second Harvest Community Food Bank, based out of St. Joseph, has announced it's new Executive Director.
Lake Contrary Fish St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-23) Officials at a northwest Missouri lake are working to prevent another big fish kill.
Summer Remodeling Asbestos Ia. (2013-07-23) July is Asbestos Awareness Month. Left in place, its not dangerous, but a home repair or remodeling project might disturb it, which would cause small fibers to stay in the air and cause all sorts of diseases, including cancer
Northwest Area Drought Mo. (2013-07-23) Northwest Missouri saw soaking rains in May, but over the past month rain has been minimal at best.
Graves IRS Mo. (2013-07-23) Missouri Congressman Sam Graves is among congressional representatives examining the methods the Internal Revenue Service uses to audit small businesses.
IWCC Construction Ia. (2013-07-23) Finishing touches are being applied to the final portion of Iowa Western Community College's major housing expansion.
Mound City BOE Meeting Mound City, Mo. (2013-07-22) The Mound City R-2 School District Board of Education met Wednesday evening, with several important topics on the agenda.
Maryville Street Projects Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-22) Two major street improvement projects have made significant progress in the past couple of weeks.
St Francis Announces New Doctors Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-22) Two new psychiatrists have accepted positions with St. Francis Hospital and Health Services in Maryville.
Maryville City Council Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-22) The Maryville City Council meets tonight for their second meeting of the month.
Corning Fire Station Corning, Ia. (2013-07-22) Corning residents will have to wait a little while longer for construction to begin on the city's new fire station.
Contracts for Highway Projects Mo. (2013-07-22) The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission recently awarded a number of construction projects statewide to begin during the current fiscal year.
Heat Squad St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-22) The St. Joseph Police Department is teaming up the Buchanan County Sheriff's Department to form a special unit to help keep people safe during this hot weather.
Celebrity Poker Tournament in KC Kansas City, Mo. (2013-07-19) Actors Paul Rudd, Rob Riggle and Jason Sudeikis are playing cards in Kansas City for a good cause.
Missouri Education Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-19) A Missouri House committee studying possible changes to education policy is planning meetings throughout the state this fall.
Vehicle Fire Death Union Star, Mo. (2013-07-19) A Union Star man was killed when the vehicle he was in caught fire this week.
Contracts Awarded for Highway Projects Mo. (2013-07-19) The Missouri Highways and Transportation commission recently awarded four contracts for projects in Northwest Missouri.
Nebraska City Lemon Days Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-07-19) A long standing summer shopping tradition in Nebraska City is moving up a weekend in hopes to drive extended traffic to town two straight weekends
Sunscreen for RAGBRAI Ia. (2013-07-19) Thousands of cycling enthusiasts are busy double checking gear, squeezing in last minute training rides and getting ready for the fun experience at the 41st Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa, or RAGBRAI.
Missouri Moisture CIE Open House Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-19) An open house for a company housed in the Northwest Missouri State University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will be held tomorrow.
Fort Smith Park Opening St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-19) The Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee of St. Joseph is hosting the Grand Opening of Fort Smith Park
Maryville BOE Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-18) The Maryville Board of Education meets tonight for their July session.
Guersney Named to Committees Mo. (2013-07-18) A northwest Missouri State Representative is spending a busy summer serving on two interim committees that began hearings in Jefferson City and Kansas City last week.
St. Joseph Public Meetings St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-18) The City of St Joseph will hold a series of meetings about the proposed public safety tax on the August 6th ballot.
Harrison County Road Closure Harrison County, Ia. (2013-07-18) Motorists in Harrison County will have to find alternate driving routes due to an upcoming road closure.
Young Charged of Stealing Buchanan County, Mo. (2013-07-18) A forty-three year old Buchanan County woman has been charged with a felony.
Shenandoah Coach Killed Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-07-18) Shenandoah High School's head volleyball coach was killed in a two-vehicle accident in Page County Tuesday afternoon.
Red Oak Project Red Oak, Ia. (2013-07-18) Red Oak is taking a new direction in improving the community's wellness after leaving a pilot statewide project.
Offutt to Release Two Books Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-18) A Northwest Missouri State University instructor will publish two of his writing's this summer.
Nebraska City Broadband Proposal Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-07-18) The Nebraska City City Council started discussing a franchise agreement that the city hopes will bring faster internet capabilities to town.
New Missouri Law Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-17) A new Missouri law will require insurance counselors to get state licenses before they can help people search for health plans on an online marketplace.
Nodaway County Fair Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-07-17) The Nodaway County Fair in Maryville gets underway in full force tomorrow and will continue through Saturday.
Iowa Bill Signing Des Moines, Ia. (2013-07-17)Gov. Terry Branstad is going to sign an education policy bill for the second time.
United Fiber Savannah, Mo. (2013-07-17) United Electric Cooperative held a special ceremony in Savannah yesterday afternoon to announce the completion of project which will provide high-speed broadband service to rural area's of northwest Missouri.
Alumni Provide Funding for University Farm Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-17) A 1968 graduate of Northwest Missouri State University, Michael Abildtrup and his wife Linda have committed 250 thousand dollars to assist with planned improvements to the school's RT Wright Farm.
Understanding your Credit Report Mo. (2013-07-17) Qualifications for a loan, interest rate on a loan, insurance premium and being selected for employment can all depend on an individuals credit score.
Route 46 Project Mo. (2013-07-17) A new road project on Route 46 is scheduled to begin in mid-August.
Gov Nixon's Broadband Initiative Savannah, Mo. (2013-07-17) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was in Savannah yesterday afternoon for the announcement of United Electric Cooperative's United Fiber project.
Fans for those in Need Mo. (2013-07-17) The Salvation Army and Kansas City Power and Light are teaming up to help Northwest Missouri residents beat the heat this summer by distributing electric fans to those in need.
St. Joseph Teen Sentenced St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-16) A northwest Missouri teenager has been sentenced to five years' probation and about four months in jail for a single-vehicle accident that killed his 18-year-old friend.
Chillicothe BOE Preview Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-16) The Chillicothe R-2 Board of Education will hold its July meeting tonight.
Library Offers Digital Magazine Livingston, Mo. (2013-07-16) The Livingston County Library is now offering a selection of digital magazines through a new online resource.
Traffic Accidents Down in Missouri Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-16) The Missouri State Highway Patrol says traffic fatalities are down almost 16 percent compared with last year.
Gov Nixon in Savannah Savannah, Mo. (2013-07-16) Missouri Governor Jay Nixon travels to Savannah today to help celebrate United Electric Cooperative's...
State Transportation Program Mo. (2013-07-16) The Missouri Department of Transportation recently released its Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, as approved by Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission.
Power-Up Self Defense Class Livingston County, Mo. (2013-07-16) The Livingston County Sheriff's Office is teaming up with Power-Up Self Defense for Women and Young Women to host a self-defense and rape aggression defense class.
Nebraska City Resident Killed Lincoln, Ne. (2013-07-16) Authorities have released the name of a Nebraska City man who died after his car rammed a light pole in southeast Lincoln.
Student Loan Issue Mo. (2013-07-16) An area congressman is calling for a compromise on the student loan increase issue.
Tarkio Air Show Tarkio, Mo. (2013-07-16) The Wingnuts Flying Circus Airshow took place in Tarkio over the weekend.
Open Burn Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-15) The City of Maryville Summer Burn period is fast approaching.
Train Hits Man St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-15) A St. Joseph man who was hit by a train early Saturday morning near the Andrew-Buchanan county line is dead.
New Zone 5 Trooper Mo. (2013-07-15) A new Missouri Highway Patrol Trooper has been assigned to Zone 5 which serves Buchanan and Andrew Counties.
Reven Leaving Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-15) Maryville Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Luke Reven announced last month he has decided to resign, and relocate to the Philadelphia area.
Mozingo Cabins Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-15) Maryville City Council meets tonight for the first of ther two meetings in July.
Maryville Single Car Accident Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-15) An 18 year old Maryville resident sustained moderate injuries after being involved in a single-car accident around 4:40 am yesterday on Route F, four miles east of Maryville.
King Sentenced Harrison County, Ia. (2013-07-15) A Harrison County, Missouri resident found guilty in May of killing his seven year old son in January 2012 was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Ernst for US Senate Ia. (2013-07-15) At least one Iowa legislative colleague is backing State Senator Joni Ernst’s bid for the US Senate.
Shenandoah Fugitive Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-07-15) Several law enforcement agencies combined this week to apprehend a Shenandoah fugitive.
Gun Safety Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-12) Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation allowing a gun safety course sponsored by the National Rifle Association to be taught to first-graders.
Missouri Abortion Legislation UPDATED Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-12) Without his signature, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has allowed legislation that will require doctors to be in the room for the initial dose of a drug used in medication abortions.
Missouri Schools Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-12) Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation allowing quicker state intervention in Missouri's failing school districts.
Missouri Roads Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-12) Missouri is adopting new wage requirements for construction projects on public roads and buildings.
Vacation Water Safety Mo. (2013-07-12) Many people's summer vacation plans include taking advantage of the region's water recreation opportunities.
West Nodaway Blood Drive Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-07-12) A community blood drive will take place this month at West Nodaway R-1 High School.
Nebraska Germanfest Ne. (2013-07-12) A celebration of German culture will take place this weekend in Southeast Nebraska.
Chillicothe Water Park Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-12) The City of Chillicothe has opened a new water park, and with the heat of the summer in full force, it has seen record success.
Teale Gift Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-12) Two Northwest Missouri State University graduates have shown their love and respect for their former school.
Livingston County Librarian Livingston County, Mo. (2013-07-12) The Livingston County Library longtime Children's Librarian is retiring.
Nodaway County Fair Parade Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-07-11) One of the biggest mid-summer traditions in Nodaway County is just over a week away.
Chillicothe Woman Named in Wire Fraud Case Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-11) A northwest Missouri woman is charged in an alleged embezzlement scheme that cost a construction company nearly $4 million.
Nebraska City Art Display Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-07-11) Nebraska City's Center for the Arts opened their newest exhibit on Monday.
South Pacific Comes to Macon Macon, Mo. (2013-07-11) With the summer heat in full effect, a break might be nice.
Maryville Man Sentenced Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-11) A 26 year old Maryville man has been sentenced on two counts of Child Molestation in the First Degree following a guilty verdict by a Nodaway County jury.
Parties on the Parkway St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-11) Residents of St. Joseph will have the chance to network with friends and co-workers while enjoying the sounds of local bands tonight.
Page County Engineer Page County, Ia. (2013-07-11) Page County officially hired a new county engineer Tuesday.
Freemont County Attorney Freemont County, Ia. (2013-07-11) Fremont County’s attorney is stepping down at the end of the month.
Low Blood Donations Kansas City, Mo. (2013-07-11) Blood supply levels at the Community Blood Center of Kansas City which supplies blood in northern Missouri are low.
Woodworth Update Kansas City, Mo. (2013-07-11) Attorneys for a Chillicothe man facing a third murder trial are seeking the dismissal of charges, saying the prosecution misled the judge about the availability of a key witness as part of a pattern of withholding evidence.
Rosecrans Improvements St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-10) Rosecrans Memorial Airport near St. Joseph is about to get a new look.
Northwest graduate to Provide Scholarship Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-10) A Northwest Missouri State University graduate wants to make sure history and social science majors are have the finances to attend Northwest.
Hopkins Picnic Hopkins, Mo. (2013-07-10) The Annual Hopkins Picnic is an important event in northwest Missouri every year, but this year, it means even more.
Illegal Hand Fishing Mo. (2013-07-10) Missouri Department of Conservation agents in the northwest region recently cited 16 people for illegally taking catfish by hand fishing.
July 4th Fatalities Mo. (2013-07-09) 17 people died in traffic crashes during the 2013 Fourth of July holiday counting period.
Main St Chilli Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-09) In an effort to preserve Downtown Chillicothe as a bustling place for businesses and shoppers, Main Street Chillicothe is calling for help.
Jail Tour Opportunity Livingston County, Mo. (2013-07-09) Open doors and free guided tours will be available for a local county jail.
GHCAA Summer ECIP Mo. (2013-07-09) Summer assistance is now available to low-income households in northern Missouri from the Green Hills Community Action Agency.
K-9 Garage Sale Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-09) An annual garage sale fundraiser will take place in the Maryville Community next month which will benefit a local law enforcement agency.
New Engineer Page County, Ia. (2013-07-09) Page County has a new engineer.
Emmy's Last Dinner Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-07-09) Southwest Iowa residents packed Shenandoah's Elk's Lodge Sunday to mark an end of an era.
Chillicothe BOE Preview Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-08) The Chillicothe City Council will hold their July meeting tonight.
Gallatin Slaughter House Springfield, Mo. (2013-07-08) The owner of a Missouri company seeking to open a horse-slaughter facility says he's been working with federal food safety officials to modify equipment at a processing site so the facility can humanely handle horses.
Iowa Governor Speeding Des Moines, Ia. (2013-07-08) Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds says the Iowa Department of Public Safety is reviewing the governor's scheduling in the wake of a speeding incident.
Trenton Murder Trenton, Mo. (2013-07-08) A 24-year-old northwest Missouri man is charged with killing a man and dumping a car with his body inside in a pond.
Iowa Smoke-free Air Ia. (2013-07-08) This month marks a special anniversary for the state of Iowa.
Missouri Budget Cuts Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-08) Missouri has no budget shortfall.
Missouri Blue Book Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-08) The Missouri "Blue Book" is a page closer to marking its return to paper.
Missourians are Funny people St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-08) The St Joseph Museum will host a program from the Missouri Humanities Council.
Missouri State Highway Patrol Applicants Mo. (2013-07-08) Individuals interested in law enforcement will have the opportunity to apply for trooper positions for the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Missouri Food Prices Mo. (2013-07-05) Missourian residents may be spending a little less on feeding the family this summer season.
Unclaimed Missouri Property Mo. (2013-07-05) The state of Missouri has broken a record.
Sliced Bread Exhibit Mo. (2013-07-05) The Grand River Historical Society and Museum in Chillicothe will be reopening this Sunday.
Nicotine Replacement Therapy Ia. (2013-07-05) Last month the Iowa Department of Public Health announced free nicotine replacement therapy would become available through "Quitline" during the month of June.
Hull on Holiday Safety Mo. (2013-07-05) With July Fourth falling on a Thursday this year many people may be making it a long holiday weekend and travel further than usual to vacation or visit family and friends.
Downtown Chillicothe Events Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-05) The Tunes Under the Moon Concerts in downtown Chillicothe will feature Jenny Gorsett and the Cornerstone Praise Band tonight.
Marshall Tucker Preview Albany, Mo. (2013-07-05) Tomorrow marks the day area residents will have the opportunity to watch the kings of classic country rock.
Disaster Declaration Mo. (2013-07-05) Last summers drought was an extensive setback for area farmers
Plattsburg Drowning Plattburg, Mo. (2013-07-05) Crews have recovered the bodies of two men who drowned in a western Missouri lake.
Nebraska City Council Follow-up Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-07-04) Nebraska City is in the process of making all the towns public buildings and parks and recreation equipment accessible for people with disabilities.
Be Careful with Fireworks Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-04) While many people will be enjoying the many professional fireworks displays around the region tonight...
Girl Sentenced for Texting Platte City, Mo. (2013-07-04) When you pack your picnic basket for this Independence Day, there are some steps to take that will make the picnic more environmentally friendly.
Missouri Revenues Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-04) A new report shows Missouri collected more revenue than expected in the budget year that ended June 30.
Keystone XL Pipeline Lincoln, Ne. (2013-07-04) Nebraska opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline are planning to use rocking chairs in an effort to build support for their cause.
Missouri Judicial Courts Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-04) Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation that would allow judges to periodically change the boundaries of the state's trial court circuits.
Clean Green 4th of July Mo. (2013-07-04) When you pack your picnic basket for this Independence Day, there are some steps to take that will make the picnic more environmentally friendly.
Sexual Offense Legislation Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-03) Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation that supporters say will strengthen laws on prosecuting and punishing sexual offenses.
Nixon Vetoes Lending Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-03) Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed legislation on fees for certain types of loans and on voting by elected officials during public meetings.
Reven Resigns Chamber Post Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-03) Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Luke Reven has announced his resignation effective July 26th.
Area Crop Outlook Mo. (2013-07-03) Last year's summer drought put a damper on crop production.
Cherry Festival Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-07-03) A picture perfect weekend weather wise helped Nebraska City's Kimmel Orchard in holding a successful Cherry Festival.
Kiwanis Tractor Pull Burlington Junction, Mo. (2013-07-03) A milestone anniversary for a local organization will take place this Friday.
Horse Slaughter Lawsuit Columbia, Mo. (2013-07-03) A coalition of animal protection groups is asking a federal court in northern California to block the revival of domestic horse slaughter at commercial processing plants.
SW Iowa Business Re-Opens Ia. (2013-07-03) After two years, a southwest Iowa welcome center is back in business.
Firefighter Fear Mo. (2013-07-03) It's every firefighter's worst fear--being caught in a raging wildfire with no escape possible.
Woodworth Change of Venue Approved Platte City, Mo. (2013-07-03) The case of a northwest Missouri man facing a third murder trial in his neighbor's 1990 death has been moved to another county.
Chillicothe BOE Special Meeting Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-07-03) The Chillicothe R-2 Board of Education held a special meeting last week.
St. Joseph Independence Day St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-03) The city of St. Joseph is hosting an Independence Day celebration with a fireworks display and entertainment on July 4th.
Medicaid Task Force Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-07-02) Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones has appointed a 50-member task force to study potential changes to the Medicaid health care program for the poor.
Savannah Accident Savannah, Mo. (2013-07-02) A woman was killed and a man was seriously injured in a two vehicle accident on U-S Business Highway 71 yesterday evening.
Iowa Crop Report Des Moines, Ia. (2013-07-02) Warmer and mostly drier weather is helping Iowa farmers near completion of corn and soybean planting and improving crop condition.
Maryville Facilities Survey Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-02) The Maryville School District is making an effort to better partner with the parents and guardians of the students in the district.
Iowa Police Intern Arrest Clarinda, Ia. (2013-07-02) A former intern at the Clarinda police department and another young man are now facing burglary charges.
Maryville Receives Grant Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-02) The City of Maryville was recently awarded a grant from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
Shenandoah Relay for Life Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-07-02) "Silence won't finish the fight--action will"--that's one of the messages heard during the annual West Page/Fremont Relay for Life in Shenandoah over the weekend.
Red Oak Child Endangerment Red Oak, Ia. (2013-07-02) A Red Oak woman was taken into custody on Sunday by The Red Oak Police on a child endangerment charge.
Savannah BOE meeting Savannah, Mo. (2013-07-02) The Savannah R-3 Board of Education met last week.
Missouri Western Goes Smoke Free St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-01) Missouri Western State University no longer tolerates tobacco use on campus.
Firework Safety Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-01) The Fourth of July is right around the corner, which means many citizens will be shooting their own personal fireworks.
MWSU Pay Raises St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-07-01) An announcement by Missouri Governor Jay Nixon that he will be withholding additional funds in state appropriations means Missouri Western State University employees will have to wait for a pay increase.
Parsons Death Ruled Suicide Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-07-01) Nodaway County law enforcement officials are ruling the death of a 48 year old Stanberry man who died from a seizure after being found guilty of statutory sodomy in Nodaway County Circuit Court...
Woodworth Returns to Court Platte City, Mo. (2013-07-01) A northwest Missouri man facing a third murder trial in his neighbor's 1990 death returns to court today as he seeks to move the case to a neighboring county
Nebraska City Rotary Club Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-07-01) One of Nebraska City's Freshman State Senators highlighted his first Legislative Session in Lincoln during the city's weekly Rotary club meeting on Wednesday.
Gray Found Guilty Burlington Junction, Mo. (2013-07-01) A 66 year old Burlington Junction resident was found guilty of a Class D Felony of Sexual Contact of a Student by a Gentry County jury on a change of venue from Nodaway County
Managed Deer Hunts Mo. (2013-07-01) In recent years, deer hunting has become increasingly popular in the state of Missouri.
Energy Conservation Classes Mo. (2013-07-01) Several Energy Conservation classes were recently offered to individuals by the Green Hills Community Action Agency as a part of its educational life skills programming.
NW Union Renovation on Schedule Maryville, Mo. (2013-07-01) Construction work on the new food court in the Northwest Missouri State University Student Union is underway.
4th of July Traffic Safety Mo. (2013-07-01) With the consistently busy 4th of July weekend fastly approaching, the Missouri State Highway Patrol is actively promoting safety to motorists and boaters.