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Gray found guilty Burlington Junction, Mo. (2013-06-29) 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.
Bookmobile to North Andrew Mo. (2013-06-28) With the mid summer approaching, it is important for students to maintain their reading skills.
NW Regents approve 2014 budget Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-28) The Northwest Missouri State Board of Regents have approved an 81 million dollar Education and General budget for the 2014 fiscal year.
Saving at the Grocery Store Andrew County, Mo. (2013-06-28) One of a family's biggest expenses each month is their food bill.
Stanberry BOE Meeting Stanberry, Mo. (2013-06-28) The Stanberrry Board of Education held their June meeting earlier this week.
Gentry County man dies following verdict Gentry County, Mo. (2013-06-28) A 48 year old Gentry County man died yesterday following a seizure after receiving a guilty verdict on statutory sodomy charges in Nodaway County on a change of venue.
Route 113 Closure Postponed Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-06-28) Road work scheduled for tomorrow along Route 113 in Nodaway County has been postponed.
Second Career Searches Ia. (2013-06-27) After retirement, many seniors discover they want to do something with their free time.
Grassley in Clarinda Clarinda, Ia. (2013-06-27) The Clarinda Regional Health Center will be holding a Page County Town Hall meeting and according to Director of Public Relations for the Health Center Jason Bridie there will be a special guest taking charge of the meeting
Mozingo Lake Park Lodge Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-27) Discussions continue on bringing a lodge and convention center to the Mozingo Lake Recreation Park.
Soybean Weeds Des Moines, Ia. (2013-06-27) The Iowa Soybean Association has launched an informational campaign to help farmers deal with weeds that are becoming resistant to the farm chemicals commonly used to kill them.
Noah Jermain Savannah, Mo. (2013-06-27) A local high school student has become the 2013 National Champion in Humorous Interpretation for the National Forensics League Honor Society for Speech and Debate.
Livingston County Jail Update Livingston County, Mo. (2013-06-27) The Livingston County Sheriff's office has released the report on the status of the jail housing situation in Livingston County.
St. Joseph ID Fraud St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-27) A St. Joseph woman has been sentenced to three years and four months in federal prison without parole in a conspiracy to provide false identifications to thousands of immigrants in the country illegally.
Northwest Board of Regents Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-27) The Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents meets today at one o'clock and will discuss the fiscal year 2014 Education and General and Auxiliary Services Budgets.
Chillicothe BOE Preview Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-06-27) The Chillicothe R-2 Board of Education meets today at 12:00 and will discuss amending the 2012-13 District Budget.
Drivers License Procedures Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-27) Several members of Gov. Jay Nixon's administration have declined to comply with subpoenas to testify before a Missouri House panel investigating state driver's license procedures.
New GED Test in Missouri Mo. (2013-06-27) The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education recently selected a new high school equivalency test.
Cancer Mo. (2013-06-27) You never know when a friend or loved one will contract cancer.
Shenandoah Council Update Shendoah, Ia. (2013-06-27) Shenandoah no longer has a vacancy on the city council.
Spring Steamboat Trace Trail Tour Ne. (2013-06-26) An organization in southeast Nebraska....
Missouri Western Financial Gift St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-26) The largest financial gift ever given to Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph just got larger.
Clearmont Boil Advisory Clearmont, Mo. (2013-06-26) The City of Clearmont in Nodaway County is under a boil advisory until further notice.
Gentry County Road Closure Gentry County, Mo. (2013-06-26) Route M in Gentry County will remain closed through 5pm today.
Northwest Outreach Center Recognizes Local Educator Savannah, Mo. (2013-06-26) A second-grade instructor at John Glenn Elementary School in Savannah, Lauren Rosier has been honored by the Northwest Missouri State University's outreach centers as the "Young Educator of the Year.
Missouri River Fishing Report Atchison County, Mo. (2013-06-26) One year has made a difference in fishing opportunities in northwest Missouri.
Kansas Wheat Wichita, Ks. (2013-06-26) The Kansas winter wheat harvest is finally spreading across the state after an unusually late start.
Maryville City Council Meeting Follow Up Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-26) The Maryville City Council began the first of a number of Strategic Planning Sessions before the start of this week's regularly scheduled meeting.
Mustangs Northwest Day St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-26) The St. Joseph Mustangs, a MINK League baseball team hosted their third Northwest Night on Saturday.
Legislative Tour in Shenandaoh Shenandaoh, Ia. (2013-06-26) Two VIPs visit Shenandoah’s algae-growing operation early next month.
Tony King Charged in Bozarth Death Buchanan County, Mo. (2013-06-26) Charges have been filed against a 29 year old Bethany man in connection with the death of a cellmate in the Buchanan County Jail last week.
Habitat for Humanity Blesses Home St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-25) A family was recently moved into the 53rd home built by St. Joseph Habitat for Humanity.
DWI Checkpoint Results St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-25) Two people were arrested for DWI during a four hour checkpoint over the weekend.
Clinton County Sobriety Checkpoints Clinton County, Mo. (2013-06-25) The Missouri State Highway Patrol announces that during the month of July, Troop H will conduct a sobriety checkpoint and a driving while intoxicated saturation.
On a Train Results Mo. (2013-06-25) The results are in from the Missouri Highway Patrol's Officer On A Train Program.
Marshall Tucker Update Albany, Mo. (2013-06-25) The second annual Albany Rhythm and Roots Festival, featuring the Marshall Tucker Band is fast approaching.
Bicycle Accident Taylor County, Ia. (2013-06-25) A Lenox man was killed in a car-bicycle accident in Taylor County over the weekend.
Tax Levies Ia. (2013-06-25) Voters this fall will decide whether to renew two tax levies essential to Iowa Western Community College's operations.
Barton Farm Improvements Trenton, Mo. (2013-06-24) A grant has been approved with the Missouri Department of Conservation and plans are underway for the development of the Hoffman-Robbins Conservation area at the North-Central College - Barton Farm campus near Trenton.
Mound City School Board Meeting Mound City, Mo. (2013-06-24) The Mound City School Board met last week to discuss final business from the 2012-13 school year, including the annual Title One review.
NW Emergency Smartphone App Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-24) Being prepared when an emergency or crisis arises is important, and Northwest Missouri State University has shown that emergency preparation is a top priority at the campus with the creation of the new smart phone app "In Case of Crisis."
Paddler's Guide to Missouri Mo. (2013-06-24) Canoeists, kayakers, and floaters will have the ability to acquire more detailed information about Missouri's rivers and streams with the newly revised Paddler's Guide to Missouri.
July Fourth Weekend Mo. (2013-06-24) With the 4th of July weekend fastly approaching, the Missouri State Highway Patrol will be actively targeting all traffic violations to keep motorists safe on the roads.
Local Reaction to Farm Bill Rejection Mo. (2013-06-24) With the recent farm bill rejected by the House of Representatives, there is a reaction of disappointment from the Missouri Farm Bureau.
Maryville City Council Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-24) The Maryville City Council will hold a Strategic Planning Session prior to tonight's regular meeting.
Farm Bill Defeated USA. (2013-06-24) For years, farm advocates have been trying to reduce or eliminate the gaping loopholes in the farm program payment limitations that favor mega-farms and passive investors instead of family farms.
Missouri Cattle Law Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-24) A cattle producers' group wants Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon to sign legislation relaxing potential penalties when livestock get loose.
AgriMissouri Conference Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-24) An agriculture conference in Jefferson City next month will include sessions about marketing, organizing a business and hiring employees.
Fireworks Caution Advisory Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-24) The Missouri fire marshal's office is urging people to be cautious with fireworks, lighting only one at a time and keeping water nearby.
Iowa Governor Defends Veto Des Moines, Ia. (2013-06-24) Gov. Terry Branstad is defending his decision to veto some funding for public safety pensions and mental health services.
Cooper Nuclear Station Ne. (2013-06-21) Officials with Nebraska Public Power District are headed to Arlington Texas next week for a meeting regarding the Cooper Nuclear Station in Brownville.
Limestone Cave in Atchison Kansas Atchison, Ks. (2013-06-21) A California developer says an underground shelter he's creating in a vast limestone cave in Atchison, Kansas could be the human race's best chance to survive a nuclear attack or the impact of a wayward meteor.
St. Joseph Police Hearing St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-21) The St. Joseph Police Department will be holding a hearing this afternoon.
Healthcare Seminar Livingston County, Mo. (2013-06-21) Livingston County is sponsoring a free seminar for employers in Chillicothe.
College Committee Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-21) The state of Missouri is looking for experts in access to college to serve on a new panel.
Pony Express Update Scottsbluff, Ne. (2013-06-21) Riders retracing the route of the Pony Express galloped through the Nebraska Panhandle.
Policy Pensions Vetoed Des Moines, Ia. (2013-06-21) Gov. Terry Branstad has vetoed providing extra money to the state public safety retirement system.
Two More medicaid Panels Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-21) The Missouri House has created two additional committees to study changes to the Medicaid health care program for the poor.
Rolling Hills Angus Gentry County, Mo. (2013-06-21) June is Farmer Appreciation Month and today we feature Rolling Hills Angus, which is a commercial angus cattle operation in Gentry County near King City.
Maryville Board of Education Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-21) The Maryville Board of Education met this week and discussed preliminary budget figures for the next fiscal year.
Officer on a Train St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-20) The Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop H in St. Joseph will be participating in a new safety operation to keep people safe on and around trains.
Alma Nash Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-06-20) The Nodaway County Historical Society will commemorate the life of Maryville native, Alma Nash next Tuesday.
Chillicothe Board of Education Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-06-20) The Chillicothe Board of Education met earlier this week.
Shenandoah School Board Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-06-20) After considerable discussion Tuesday night, the Shenandoah School Board by a 4-to-1 vote approved a 3.3% percent increase in administrators' salaries for next school year.
Albany BOE Albany, Mo. (2013-06-20) The Albany Board of Education approved the 2013-14 budget during their meeting earlier this week.
Iowa Farm Bill Amendment Ia. (2013-06-20) Usually groups like the National Farmers Union, American Farm Bureau Federation and conservation groups don't see eye-to-eye on conservation issues, but they do agree on the amendment being offered to the farm bill in the U S House this week.
Missouri Medicaid Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-19) A Missouri Senate committee plans to study the state's construction needs while the House will create two panels to focus on the Medicaid program for the poor.
Stairway to the Stars Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-06-19) A "World War Two" and "Cold War" hero will be honored the upcoming annual banquet of the Nodaway County Historical Society.
National Dump the Pump Day St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-19) While gas prices have gone down slightly in recent days they are still higher than people would like.
Mound City Board Preview Mound City, Mo. (2013-06-19) Budget issues highlight tonight's Mound City Board of Education meeting.
Maryville BOE Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-19) The Maryville Board of Education will discuss the 2013-14 Preliminary Budget and the 2013-14 Salary Schedules and Compensation during tonight's meeting.
Tony King Charged Buchanan County, Mo. (2013-06-19) Charges have been filed against a 29 year old Bethany man in connection with the death of a cellmate in the Buchanan County Jail last week.
John Brown Cave Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-06-19) A Nebraska City Museum is gearing up for a celebration that commemorates the end of slavery in America.
Conservation Agents Needed Mo. (2013-06-19) The Missouri Department of Conservation is accepting applications for the next class of conservation agent trainees.
Road Closure Rescheduled Worth County, Mo. (2013-06-19) Route O in Worth County will be closed for road construction on tomorrow.
Stanton Superintendent Mo. (2013-06-18) "A great experience"--that's how Terry Christie sums up his short stint as Stanton's interim superintendent.
Hagey Farms Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-06-18) June is Farmer Appreciation Month and today we feature Hagey Farms, which is a family operation in Nodaway County near Burlington Junction.
Missouri Bullfrog Season Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-18) Missouri's frogging season is about to begin.
Iowa School Rules Des Moines, Ia. (2013-06-18) Gov. Terry Branstad says the rules governing school start dates in Iowa are "too lax."
Field Day for Ham Radio St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-18) Amateur radio operators, often referred to as "hams", will have the opportunity to test their emergency communications skills next weekend.
Caldwell County Kidnapping Update Cadwell County, Mo. (2013-06-18) Law Enforcement authorities are still searching for a man who allegedly kidnapped a Hamilton woman this weekend.
St. Joseph Public Library St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-18) The St. Joseph Public Library is partnering with online retailer Amazon.com to raise money for the library.
Road Opening Andrew County, Mo. (2013-06-18) Three Andrew County routes, closed due to water over the roads are now open.
FSA Farm Loans Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-06-18) The Nodaway County USDA Farm Service Agency is reminding farmers and producers that specially targeted loans are available for socially disadvantaged farmers.
Chillicothe City Council Chillicothe, Mo (2013-06-18) At last week's Chillicothe City Council meeting the Council heard a request for an additional full time dispatcher.
Willis Family Farm Clarinda, Ia. (2013-06-17) June is Farmer Appreciation Month and today we feature the Willis Family Farm in Gentry County near King City.
AEL Program Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-17) Many Adult Education and Literacy programs in Missouri are suffering from funding problems and have been forced to shut down.
Graves Seeks Academy Nominations Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-17) Sixth District Congressman Sam Graves of Tarkio is requesting students interested in a military career between the ages of 17 and no more than 23 by July 1, 2014, to contact his office about nominations to a military academy.
Andrew County Road Closures Andrew County, Mo. (2013-06-17) Due to water flowing over roadways from the flooding of the One Hundred and Two River, three routes in Andrew County have been closed.
Busy Weekend in Clarinda Clarinda, Ia. (2013-06-15) If you’re coming to Clarinda this weekend—be safe!
Searching for Chancellor Columbia, Mo. (2013-06-14) University of Missouri curators are planning their search for a new chancellor for the Columbia campus to succeed the retiring Brady Deaton.
Town and Country Days Burlington Junction, Mo. (2013-06-14) Burlington Junction residents will be celebrating the annual Town and Country Days this weekend.
Page County Supervisors Page County, Ia. (2013-06-14) Page County’s supervisors now have not one but TWO positions to fill in the county secondary’s department.
Platte County Conviction Platte County, Mo. (2013-06-14) A western Missouri jury has convicted a former Cub Scout leader on several charges of sexually abusing two girls.
Missouri House Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-14) A special committee in the Missouri House will spend the next several months reviewing the performance of state agencies.
Tony King Sentencing Continued Harrison County, Mo. (2013-06-14) Sentencing for a Harrison County man found guilty of killing his seven year old son and then burning his trailer with the body inside has been continued.
Red Oak School Board Red Oak, Ia. (2013-06-14) Red Oak school officials still face tough decisions regarding the district’s facilities.
Pony Express Rerun St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-14) St. Joseph residents will have the opportunity to have their mail carried by horseback once again.
Farm Bill USA. (2013-06-14) A Farm Bill passed by the U.S. Senate this week will cut spending by about 24 billion dollars within the next 10 years.
Kearney Boy Burned in Fire Kearney, Mo. (2013-06-14) A 6-year-old boy has been injured in a fire at an apartment on the southwest side of Kearney.
Gov Nixon Appoints Stallings Bethany, Mo. (2013-06-14) A Bethany private practice attorney has been appointed as the new Prosecuting Attorney for Grundy County.
Northwest President named Chair of COPHE Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-14) The Council on Public Higher Education has elected a new chair to serve a two-year term.
NBF Visits Nebraska City Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-06-13) Nebraska's largest voluntary agriculture organization is coming to Nebraska City later this week for a training seminar at the UNL Extension Office.
Livingston Lightning Rod Livingston County, Mo. (2013-06-13) The Livingston County Sheriff's department recently received information about a possible sales scam.
Nebraska Missing Student Lawsuit Omaha, Ne. (2013-06-13) A federal judge has signed an order to drop Peru State College, the state of Nebraska and other local officials from a lawsuit in which a mother blamed them in the disappearance of her daughter.
MU Chancellor Retires Columbia, Mo. (2013-06-13) Brady Deaton, chancellor of the University of Missouri-Columbia, has announced his retirement.
Camp Quality Stewartsville, Mo. (2013-06-13) An annual summer camp for children with cancer is being held this week at Camp Farwesta near Stewartsville, Missouri.
Second Harvest/Map the Gap Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-06-13) A recent study by Feeding America revealed a decrease in food insecurity in the Second Harvest Community Food Bank service area.
Summer Skin Care Jefferson City, Mo (2013-06-13) As more people get outside during the summer their exposure to the sun also increases their risk of skin cancer.
Nebraska Winter Wheat Crop Lincoln, Ne. (2013-06-13) Authorities have raised their forecast for Nebraska's winter wheat crop, but the harvest still is expected to be the lowest since 1944.
Horton Kansas Murder Case Topeka, Ks. (2013-06-13) A woman whose husband was convicted of killing a Kansas woman is no longer facing charges of helping him avoid arrest.
Kansas Legislation Topeka, Ks. (2013-06-13) Gov. Sam Brownback is preparing to sign legislation making additional cuts to Kansas income taxes over the next five years.
Nebraska Tire Clean-up Grants Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-06-13) Nebraska is awarding $1.93 million in grants to support more than 100 tire recycling and cleanup projects throughout the state.
Horton Kickapoo Tribe Horton, Ks. (2013-06-13) A federal agency has awarded grants totaling more than $1 million to two American Indian tribes in northeast Kansas for affordable housing.
Fatal Savannah Wreck Savannah, Mo. (2013-06-13) A 32 year old Fillmore, Missouri resident was killed in a one car accident last night three miles west of Savannah on U-S Highway 59.
Buchanan County Inmate Death Buchanan County, Mo. (2013-06-13) The Buchanan County Sheriff's department is investigating the recent death of an inmate in the Buchanan Jail, 25-year-old Michael Bozarth, of St Joseph.
Nebraska City School Technology Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-06-12) Nebraska City's middle school and high school campuses are going to get a major technology upgrade thanks to a bond passed at Monday night's monthly school board meeting.
Heat Illnesses Mo. (2013-06-12) As summer approaches, it is important to remember to be safe when it comes to outdoor activities.
City Talk St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-12) The City of St. Joseph is inviting residents to the next City Talk meeting on Monday evening.
St Joseph Symphony Concert Season St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-12) The St. Joseph Symphony has announced its next concert season.
Income Tax Veto Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-12) Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is pressing his case on why
he vetoed legislation that would cut Missouri's income tax rate for the first time in more than 90 years.
Sewer Charges St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-12) The city of St. Joseph will pay the federal government
$28,000 for sewer overflows that released untreated wastewater into tributaries of the Missouri River.
Flag Day Mo. (2013-06-12) With Flag Day approaching on Friday, it is a good time to see if your flag needs repairs or replaced.
Road Construction Mo. (2013-06-11) The Missouri Department of Transportation will begin or continue several work construction and maintenance projects in the region this week.
Glenn Miller Festival Clarinda, Ia. (2013-06-11) An annual event will be held in Clarinda, Iowa this weekend beginning Thursday.
Northern Missouri Man Sentenced Moberly, Mo. (2013-06-11) A Moberly man will spend decades in prison for taking part in the kidnapping and rape of a woman who was then left in a locked freezer.
St. Joseph Police Training St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-11) The Saint Joseph Police Department is conducting training in cooperation with Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Missouri Western State University Criminal Justice department today.
Maryville Council Buys Fire Engine Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-11) The Maryville City Council approved the purchase of a new fire truck-pumper during last night's City Council meeting.
Maryville Council Hears Updates Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-11) The Maryville City Council heard updates last night on two major street construction projects currently underway.
Maryville Marathon A Success Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-11) A record number of participants took part in this year's Maryville Marathon which was held Saturday morning.
Harrison County Road Closure Harrison County, Mo. (2013-06-11) During the summer season, you can expect construction and maintenance work on many roadways in northwestern Missouri.
Savannah Tornado Siren Savannah, Mo. (2013-06-11) With this time of the year being prone to severe storms, having an effective tornado warning system is essential in the occurrence of a tornado threat.
Parties on the Parkway St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-11) With forecaster's predicting sunny skies, it will be a great time for St. Joseph area citizens to enjoy the second happening of this year's Parties on the Parkway series.
Joplin Tornado Rebuilding Joplin, Mo. (2013-06-11) With forecaster's predicting sunny skies, it will be a great time for St. Joseph area citizens to enjoy the second happening of this year's Parties on the Parkway series.
Glore Trip Advisor Award St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-10) The Glore Psychiatric Museum in Saint Joseph has won an award from TripAdvisor.
St. Joseph Writer in Hall of Fame St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-10) A longtime outdoor editor for the St. Joseph News-Press was inducted into the Missouri Conservation Hall of Fame Friday in ceremonies held outside the Department of Conservation offices in St. Joseph.
Maryville City Council Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-10) The Maryville City Council meets for their first June meeting tonight.
St. Joseph Plant Closes St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-10) A northwest Missouri packaging company that was founded nearly a century ago has been closed by its New York-based parent firm.
Chillicothe City Council Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-06-10) The Chillicothe City Council meets tonight.
MO House Committee Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-10) The Missouri House is creating a committee to study itself.
Slip-resistant Road Treatment Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-10) Missouri has received a federal grant to test a new type of road treatment intended to keep cars from slipping off highways when it rains or snows.
Kirksville Trial Columbia, Mo. (2013-06-10) The scientific work of a former Boone County medical examiner is being challenged by five of his colleagues as a Kirksville man seeks a new trial in a woman's 1997 death.
Farm Appreciation Month with Wayne Flanary Mo. (2013-06-10) The recent rains mean crop producers in the region have a much different problem to deal with this year.
Rhythm N Roots Festival Albany, Mo. (2013-06-07) After the success of last summer's Asleep at the Wheel concert in Albany...
Wyeth-Tootle Mansion Party St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-07) The 4th annual Rush for the Gold Patrons Party will be next Friday at the Wyeth-Tootle Mansion in St. Joseph.
American Legion Fundraiser Mo. (2013-06-07) The American Legion Junior Auxiliary, 4th District is raising money for a Missouri veteran who returned from the war with brain trauma.
Mozingo Lake Water Levels Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-07) The recent rains in northwest Missouri has been good news for Mozingo Lake, located just east of Maryville in Nodaway County.
Mo Water Reports Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-07) Missouri's environmental regulatory agency says it's the first in the nation to post water quality reports online for all of the state's public water utilities.
Mosquito Issues Des Moines, Ia. (2013-06-07) A bug expert at Iowa State University says all the flooding in Iowa could contribute to a bumper crop of mosquitoes in a few weeks.
Strawberry Orchard Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-06-07) A Nebraska City Orchard is kicking off the early harvest season this weekend with an emphasis on strawberries.
St. Gregory's Rummage Sale Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-07) A rummage sale will start today and continue throughout tomorrow afternoon.
Ricin Scare at Iowa State Student Paper Ames, Ia. (2013-06-07) State and Federal authorities were called to the offices of the Iowa State Daily Newspaper in Ames late yesterday afternoon when a suspicious substance was found in a mailing that included an audio CD.
Flooding Concerns Shuts Down Beaches Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-06) Flooding and concerns about water quality have prompted the closings of several public swimming beaches in Missouri.
Concealed Carry permits Topeka, Ks. (2013-06-06) The high demand for concealed carry permits is continuing in Kansas.
Mo West Tuition St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-06) Missouri Western State University is offering the equivalent of in-state tuition to students from 51 selected counties in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska, potentially saving them $6,000 per year.
Online Enrollment Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-06) Northwest Missouri State University has reached a milestone.
Macon Departure Ceremony Macon, Mo. (2013-06-06) Local soldiers of the Macon-based 14-38th Engineer Company will depart later this month for a year-long deployment to southern Afghanistan.
Routes Open in NW Missouri Mo. (2013-06-06) All routes in Northwest Missouri are now open after recent flooding according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Nebraska City Council Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-06-06) The City Council of Nebraska City met Monday evening.
St Joseph Couple Arrested St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-06) St. Joseph police say a couple was arrested after officers found dozens of flowers and grave decorations stolen from cemeteries at their home.
NWMO Regional Fly-In Mo. (2013-06-06) Northwest Missouri residents will again have an opportunity later this year to watch airplanes in action.
Woodworth Seeks Venue Change Columbia, Mo. (2013-06-05) A Chillicothe man facing a third murder trial in his neighbor's 1990 death is again asking to move the case to a neighboring county.
Now Showing Chicago Macon, Mo. (2013-06-05) The Maples Repertory Theatre in Macon Missouri is celebrating their tenth anniversary in style.
Armyworms in Nodaway County Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-06-05) Farmers in eastern Nodaway County may face a new type of threat to their crops.
Iowa Fishing Des Moines, Ia. (2013-06-05) Iowa residents can fish without a license this weekend.
Missouri Taxes Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-05) Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has raised concerns about legislation that would cut the state income tax.
Rock Port Board of Aldermen Rock Port, Mo. (2013-06-05) The Rock Port Board of Aldermen met last week to discuss many issues, one of the top priority issues discussed was the selection of an engineer for Phase 2 of the Downtown Business District Improvement Project.
New Business in Maryville Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-05) The Maryville Chamber of Commerce yesterday held a ribbon-cutting for a new business located at 201 East First...
Nemaha Co Kansas Declared Disaster Area Seneca, Ks. (2013-06-05) Commissioners in a northeast Kansas county have declared a local disaster emergency from severe weather that brought floods and tornadoes to the region last week.
Green Plains Renewable Energy Mo. (2013-06-05) Green Plains Renewable Energy, Incorporated has announced their intent to buy an ethanol plant that is currently not in production.
St Joseph Business Summit St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-05) St. Joseph Metro Chamber's Business Summit will be held this Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Quit-Line Iowa Ia. (2013-06-04) Iowa residents trying to quit the use of tobacco products have the support of a state wide organization.
Social Security and Medicare Reform Ia. (2013-06-04) Yearly reports for the Medicare and Social Security trust funds show Social Security will stay solvent until 2033 and Medicare won’t run out of money until 2026, two years later than the previous estimate.
Maryville Marathon Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-04) Maryville Chamber of Commerce staff and volunteers are busy making final preparations for this Saturday's Chamber Country Classic Marathon.
Maryville Comprehensive Alcohol Plan Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-04) Maryville Public Safety Director Keith Wood presented to the City Council last week a comprehensive study on alcohol issues in the community and ways to address those issues.
Beauty and the Beast Jr. Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-04) Maryville Young Players will be presenting their seventh annual musical theatre production this weekend.
Buchanan County Sobriety Checkpoint Buchanan County, Mo. (2013-06-04) Missouri Highway Patrol officials in St. Joseph are alerting motorists of a sobriety checkpoint scheduled for sometime this month in Buchanan County.
Road Closure Update Mo. (2013-06-04) Only one route remains closed in northwest Missouri due to the recent flooding.
Missouri Crop Report Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-04) Heavy rain kept Missouri farmers out of their fields most of last week, pushing corn planting nearly a month behind last year's pace and nine days behind the five-year norm.
Kansas Crop Report Wichita, Ks. (2013-06-04) Kansas farmers have been planting row crops where field conditions allow amid the recent spate of heavy rain, high winds and tornadoes.
Atchison County Kansas Man Found Guilty Atchison, Ks. (2013-06-04) A northeast Kansas man who kept a tiger and other exotic animals on his property has pleaded guilty to numerous charges.
Iowa Senate Staffer Files Compliant Des Moines, Ia. (2013-06-04) A former staffer for the Iowa Senate Republican Caucus has filed a civil rights complaint alleging that she was fired after reporting sexual harassment.
Road Openings Mo. (2013-06-04) Drier conditions over the weekend has helped flood waters in several areas in northwest Missouri diminish.
Tarkio Flood Preparation Tarkio, Mo. (2013-06-03) Though river levels have gone down, flood preparations are underway in Tarkio.
MPS Textcaster Alert System Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-03) Maryville Public Safety officials' search for a missing person last week included the use of modern technology in alerting the public.
Maryville City-wide Clean-up Maryville, Mo. (2013-06-03) Maryville residents will have an opportunity to get rid items in their home not normally pick up by their trash haulers this week.
Page Health Page County, Ia. (2013-06-03) The Page County Public Health department is working to make your workplace healthier.
Sac and Fox Exhibit St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-06-03) A new exhibit opens at the St. Joseph Museum this week.
Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-06-03) The "Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival" comes to Chillicothe on Saturday, June 15.
Cultural Luncheon Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-06-03) Professional fiddler, Dr. Howard Marshall will be teaching the history of fiddling and bluegrass at a luncheon in Chillicothe Wednesday.
Atchison County Road Work Atchison County, Mo. (2013-06-03) Atchison County residents will have to find alternate driving routes this week.
Mo First Responder Bill Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-06-03) Missouri first responders would be allowed to engage in political activity under a bill being considered by Gov. Jay Nixon.
Iowa Education Bill Des Moines, Ia. (2013-06-03) Gov. Terry Branstad will head to a Des Moines high school to sign an education reform bill into law.
Fashion Show and Tell Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-06-03) The Nodaway County Historical Society will be hosting a fashion "show and tell" Sunday, at 2 p.m.