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MoDot Forum Mo. (2013-03-29) The Missouri Department of Transportation is seeking public input for future projects.
Basic Computer Class Livingston County, Mo. (2013-03-29) The Livingston County Library will be offering a series of basic computer skills classes.
Maryville Board of Ed Race part 2 Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) Maryville voters will go to polls Tuesday to decide the Maryville Board of Education race where four people are running for the two positions up for election this year.
B-2 Bombers Over Korea (2013-03-29) Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the addition of nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bombers to military drills with South Korea was part of normal exercises and not intended to provoke a reaction from North Korea.
Lager on Higher Education Mo. (2013-03-29) Missouri Republican State Sen. Brad Lager of Savannah, is advocating a bill tackling higher education funding.
Missouri Western Tuition Increase St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-29) In-state tuition will increase about 2 percent at Missouri Western State University beginning in the fall.
Kansas Unemployment Topeka, Ks. (2013-03-29) New unemployment figures show the Kansas jobless rate held steady last month at 5.5 percent, the same as in January but lower than in February 2012.
Iowa Farm Land Values Des Moines, Ia. (2013-03-29) A survey report says Iowa farmland prices continued their boom in the past year and have more than doubled since 2008.
Mushroom King Savannah, Mo. (2013-03-29) It will soon be mushroom hunting season and a Savannah man has made a profession out of hunting for the wild edibles
MoDot 100 Years Mo. (2013-03-29) On March 22nd, 1913, the Missouri General Assembly created the State Highway Department.
Maryville Board of Education Election Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) Four Maryville residents are running for the two positions up for election in next week's Maryville Board of Education race.
Business Tax Reduction Mo. (2013-03-29) Missouri House members have approved a trio of measures that could reduce taxes for some businesses.
Elderly Woman Dies in Atchison Ks Fire Atchison, Ks. (2013-03-29) An elderly woman is confirmed dead as the result of an Atchison, Kansas house fire early this morning.
Hatha Yoga Retreat Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) Northwest Missouri State University is to host the first Hatha Yoga retreat for people of all yoga experience levels.
Nodaway United Way Donation Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) United Way of Nodaway County receive a large donation collected last year during Northwest Missouri State University's Homecoming activities.
Fire Station Renovation St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-29) A St. Joseph Fire Station is getting a facelift.
Jonagan on Second Term Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) The Maryville City Council and Board of Education races were highlighted last night during the Maryville Citizens for Community Action Candidates Forum held at the City Hall Council Chambers.
Fatal 36 Accident St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-29) Two people were killed when a car collided with a tractor trailer on US Highway 36 east of St. Joseph yesterday morning.
Inmate Escape St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-29) Authorities have located an inmate who escaped custody last night in St. Joseph.
Farmer Wins Five Grand Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-03-29) West Nodaway High School and West Nodaway Booster Club will be receiving a nice donation through Monsanto's America's Farmers Grow Communities program.
County Engineer Page County, Ia. (2013-03-29) Page County's supervisors Tuesday made a decision on the sharing of a county engineer.
Active Shooter Training Mo. (2013-03-29) Students, Parents, and Community members have the opportunity to prepare for a worst case scenario next week many Americans have suffered through in recent years.
Red Cross Disaster Exercise St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-29) The American Red Cross prepares for thunderstorm and tornado season with a disaster exercise tomorrow.
St. Joseph Museums Future St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-29) The future of St. Joseph Museums could be up in air if the organization is not able to offset a spending deficit.
Make Snacking Count Mo. (2013-03-29) Snacks throughout the day may not be so bad, if they're done correctly.
Walk a Mile Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) Next week, Northwest Missouri State University fraternity members will put on high heels to lead a one-mile walk.
Gov Nixon on Asia Trade Mo. (2013-03-29) Governor Jay Nixon says an agreement he made on his trip to Asia will create jobs for Missourians, but history says otherwise.
Jefferson Kids Proposition Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-03-29) The Jefferson C-1-2-3 School District will be seeking voters approval next month for a bond issue to fund the remodel and renovation of their facilities.
Dismember Arraigned Kirksville, Mo. (2013-03-29) A northeast Missouri man charged with killing and dismembering his neighbor could enter a plea next week.
Maryville City Council Meeting Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) Last night, the Maryville City Council met for their regular meeting.
Kids and Strangers Lenox, Mo. (2013-03-29) Lenox authorities are reminding the public to be vigilant when it comes to warning their kids about the threat of strangers.
Thomson on Sales Tax Mo. (2013-03-29) Missouri State Representative Mike Thomson is weighing the pros and cons of a proposed sales tax to fix the state's crumbling infrastructure.
Maryville Candidates Forum Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) Tonight candidates vying for seats on Maryville's City Council and School Board get a chance to talk to the public.
Chamber Quarterly luncheon Mo. (2013-03-29) The Trenton Chamber of Commerce will hold their Quarterly luncheon March 27th at 12 p.m. at the Riverside Country Club.
Classy Seniors Cuba Program Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-03-29) The Rolling Hills Library offers a glimpse of Cuba this week.
Alternative Spring Break Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) Northwest Missouri State University's spring break began on Friday.
Chillicothe City Council Preview Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-03-29) The Chillicothe City Council is scheduled to meet tonight for their regular meeting.
Legislators To-Do List Mo. (2013-03-29) Missouri lawmakers return to the Capitol with a to-do list that includes the budget and various legislative priorities such as taxes, economic incentives and a fund for injured workers.
Maryville City Council Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-29) The Maryville City Council will continue their discussion on the age restrictions for allowing minors in drinking establishments tonight.
I-29 Closure Mo. (2013-03-29) A section of Interstate 29 in Buchanan county is closed this morning due to winter weather conditions.
Iowa Severe Wx Ia. (2013-03-29) Severe Weather Awareness Week is underway in Iowa.
Livestock Thefts Livingston County. Mo. (2013-03-29) The Livingston County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating livestock thefts that have taken place in the south eastern part of Livingston County.
MDC FalconCam Ameren, Mo. (2013-03-22) Ameren Missouri has teamed with the Missouri Department of Conservation and the World Bird Sanctuary to bring back the Falcon Cam.
St. Joe Clean Air St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-22) The St. Joseph City Council hopes to clear the air during a Clean Air Initiative meeting next week.
Gov. Nixon in Korea Mo. (0213-03-22) Nearing the conclusion of a weeklong trip to Asia, Governor Jay Nixon Thursday announced trade agreements with Taiwan and South Korea totaling $1.9 billion in Missouri goods for the next four years.
Skidmore Weapons Charge Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-03-22) A northwest Missouri man faces federal weapons charges.
Northwest Medical Center Medicaid Expansion Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-22) Northwest Medical Center in Albany supports Medicaid expansion in Missouri.
Missouri Contraception Insurance Exemption Mo. (2013-03-22) Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones wants the attorney general to appeal a judge's ruling striking down the state's contraception insurance exemption for people with moral objections
Demolition Mo. (2013-02-22) Demolition crews are still working to erase some the scars from the 2011 flooding along the Missouri River Basin.
Hamburg Levee Hamburg Ia. (2013-03-22) Voters in the Hamburg School District will decide next month whether to increase the district's physical plant and equipment levy.
Tjeerdsma named NW AD Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-21) Former Northwest Missouri State head football coach Mel Tjeerdsma is returning to Maryville to become the school's next Director of Athletics.
Stanberry Technology Stanberry, Ia. (2013-03-21) The Stanberry Board of Education met earlier this week.
Savannah High School Spanish Savannah, Mo. (2013-03-21) A special program involving Savannah High School Spanish students will help tutor second graders at Minnie Cline Elementary in learning the Spanish language.;
Drought Conditions Mo. (2013-03-21) Drought conditions in the state of Missouri has improved after a period of heavy rain and snow
Schweich Childcare Mo. (2013-03-21) State Auditor Tom Schweich says a recent audit revealed more than $300,000 was paid last year alone to childcare providers who provided care for less children than they claimed.
Omaha Levee Omaha, Ne. (2013-03-21) Published reports indicate time has run out on Hamburg's attempts to retain additional dirt placed on a backup levee protecting the city from flooding.
Lager on tax bill Mo. (2013-03-20) Missouri State legislators are home this week on spring break as they gear up for the final weeks of this year's General Assembly session.
Thomson on State Budget Mo. (2013-03-20) ;The Missouri General Assembly is on "Spring Break" this week with several important issues still on this year's agenda.
Nebraska City Bridal Show Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-03-20) Brides searching for the tools to have the perfect wedding day could find their answer at the Nebraska City Bridal Show 2013: Destination Heartland.
Candidates' Forum Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-20) Maryville voters can meet the candidates during a candidates forum Tuesday.
Student Juried Art Show Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-20) Northwest Missouri State University's annual Student Juried Art Show opened this week.
Rosendale's Ogle's Mill Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-03-20) A Missouri Department of Transportation archaeology and survey team from Jefferson City has found remains from Ogle's Mill near Rosendale in Andrew County.
Albany Board of Ed Meeting Albany, Mo. (2013-03-20) The Albany R-III Board of Education met Monday to discuss action items for the district including amendments to the budget and new policies for the schools.
Missouri Unemployment Rate Mo. (2013-03-20) Missouri's unemployment rate inched up slightly in February although the state also posted gains in the number of jobs.
NASA Aerospace Engineer Visit Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-20) NASA Aerospace Engineer Alicia Dwyer Cianciolo will visit Maryville tomorrow.
Missouri Pothole Patrol Mo. (2013-03-20) The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced the launch of the statewide "Missouri Pothole Patrol".
Nebraska City Bikes Nebraska City, Mo. (2013-03-20) Nebraska City officials are making it easier for residents and visitors, alike, to get around the city's main business district.
Page County Courthouse Page County, Ia. (2013-03-20) The Page County Board of Supervisors has taken further steps on a proposed improvement project for the county courthouse.
Downtown Peep Show Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-03-19) The Main Street Chillicothe Organization is holding their first ever Downtown Peep Show fundraiser this month, the activity will place the friendly Easter marshmallow Peeps on display in imaginative and creative ways.
Jefferson Board of Ed Preview Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-03-19) The Jefferson Board of Education meets for their March meeting tonight.
Woodworth Update Mo. (2013-03-19) A northwest Missouri man facing a third murder trial in his neighbor's 1990 death is raising questions about the conduct of a county judge, court clerk and deputy sheriff in the case.
Maryville School Board meeting Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-19) ;The Maryville R-2 Board of Education met last night.
NW Regents meeting Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-19) The Northwest Missouri State Board of Regents will meet in closed session this afternoon at 5:30.
Arrests in Maryville Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-19) A 19 year old Ewing, Missouri resident has been arrested and charged in connection with the March 10th armed robbery of the Maryville Dollar General Stored located on North Main.
Red Oak Health Red Oak, Ia. (2013-03-19) Red Oak school officials are examining the district's role in making the community healthier.
Iowa Lawmaker Ia. (2013-03-19) Exciting, interesting, challenging--those are the words a southwest Iowa lawmaker is using to describe his first year in the Iowa Legislature.
Owens Library Celebrates Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-18) Northwest Missouri State University officials are celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the opening of the B-D Owens Library on the Maryville campus.;
I-229 Bridge Closure St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-18) The I-2-29 Bridge in Downtown St. Joseph will be closed for routine maintenance and inspection.
NW HR Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-18) Northwest Missouri State University welcomes a new vice-president of human resources.
Quality Livestock Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-03-18) The University of Missouri Extension will emphasize livestock quality to youth this evening.
Albany B of E to Meet Albany, Ia. (2013-03-18) The Albany Board of Education will review the preliminary 2014 fiscal year budget during tonight's meeting.
Maryville Board of Education meeting preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-18) The Maryville Board of Education will review the school's Comprehensive Assessment and Evaluation Plan tonight.
Rock Port Accident Rock Port, Mo. (2013-03-18) A car accident near Rock Port injured four teenagers Saturday night.
Woodworth Court Appearance Mo. (2013-03-18) A northwest Missouri man whose murder conviction was tossed out by the state Supreme Court in January is returning to court for the first time since a Platte County judge ordered his release pending a third trial.
Highway Contracts Awarded Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-18) Two contracts for roadwork in Northwest Missouri have been awarded by the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Marvelous Wonderettes Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-03-15) The Chillicothe Area Arts Council will present The Marvelous Wonderettes this Sunday.
Livingston County 911 Changes Livingston County, Mo. (2013-03-15) In a continued effort to reduce costs in the Livingston County Sheriff's Department, 911 calls are now being routed through the Chillicothe Police Department.
NW Regents Alcohol Policy Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-15) A new alcohol policy was approved by the Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents yesterday.
MPS Facility Upgrades Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-15) Maryville city officials are looking into the possibility of a new facility to house Maryville Public Safety.
Missouri Census Population Mo. (2013-03-15) New estimates from the U.S. Census show that Missouri's population is growing - but very slow.
Paddlefish Cavier Scheme Mo. (2013-03-15) Eight people face federal charges accusing them of illegally trafficking in paddlefish caviar from western Missouri.
Brownville Weekend Jazz Brownville, Ne. (2013-03-15) An award winning jazz singer comes to Brownville this weekend.
State Geography Bee Kid Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-15) A local seventh-grader has made her way to a statewide competition.
NW Board approves tuition increase Maryville, Mo. (2013- 03-15) The Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents approved tuition and room and meal fees for the fiscal year 2014 budget year during their meeting this morning.
Meriwether Lewis Dredge Brownville, Ne. (2013-03-14) The Meriwether Lewis Foundation in Brownville, Nebraska is asking for help.
Northwest Board of Regents Meeting Preview Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-14) The Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents meet this morning on the Northwest campus.
Clarinda City Council Preview Clarinda, Ia. (2013-03-14)The Clarinda City Council will hold a Public Hearing for the Fiscal Year 2014 Budget during tonight's meeting.
New Pope Atchison, Ks. (2013-03-14) The College of Cardinals have elected a new Pope. Pope Francis, a 76 year old Argentine son of an Italian emigrant.
Nodaway County Museum Fundraiser Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-03-14) The Nodaway County Historical Society will be holding a fundraising dinner for the Nodaway County Museum this Saturday at the museum located at 110 North Walnut in Maryville.
Shenandoah Demolition Shenandoah, Ia. (2013-03-14) Three structures will be renovated and one demolished under a plan approved by the Shenandoah City Council Tuesday night.
Fairfax Band Fairfax, Mo. (2013-03-14) Fairfax High School band students are celebrating their latest performance.
Main Street Chillicothe Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-03-14) Main Street Chillicothe, an organization designed to improve downtown Chillicothe will sponsor special downtown revitalization presentation next week.
Mooney/Overlin Trials Change of Venue Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-13) Two suspects have been granted changes in venue for their trials in the beating death of a Northwest Missouri State University student.
Sequestration Effects on Nat'l Guard Mo. (2013-03-13) Officials with the Missouri National Guard are watching closely the sequestration discussions in Washington DC and how anticipated budget cuts will affect their operation.
Moms To-Be Buckle Up Ia. (2013-03-13) Expecting mothers may worry that wearing a seatbelt can harm their unborn child if involved in a car accident, but a recent study would beg to differ.
Missouri River Water Levels Omaha, Ne. (2013-03-13) The amount of water released into the lower Missouri River will be increased this month, as expected, but will be less than the amount usually released in March, affecting shipping on the river.
Missouri's Google Settlement Mo. (2013-03-13) Missouri will get about $324,000 from a multistate settlement with Google over its collection of emails, passwords, and other sensitive information transmitted over unprotected wireless networks.
NW Career Fair Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-13) Nearly 100 employers were on the Northwest Missouri State University campus yesterday for the school's annual Spring Career Fair.
Cover Crop Meeting Albany, Mo. (2013-03-13) University of Missouri Extension and the Hundley-Whaley Research Center in Albany will host an extensive cover crop meeting Tuesday, April 2nd.
Ploghoft Diversity Lecture Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-13) The co-founder of Operation Breakthrough, a social services provider, will be speaking on the Northwest Missouri State campus Thursday evening as part of the University's Ploghoft Diversity Lecture series.
Farm/City Breakfast St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-12) The St. Joseph Metro Chamber will be holding its annual Farm/City Breakfast this Friday.
Northwest Community Service Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-12) Northwest Missouri State University is placed on the 2013 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor roll.
Maryville House Demolition Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-12) The City of Maryville contracts a company to tear down another unsafe house.
Health Care Conscience Mo. (2013-03-12) The Missouri House has advanced legislation allowing health care workers to refuse to participate in procedures that violate their religious, moral or ethical principles.
Munn Ave. Phase One Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-12) The City of Maryville has given the "okay" for construction to begin on Munn Avenue.
Maryville MPS Investigates Robbery Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-12) Law enforcement officials are investigating an armed-robbery of the north Dollar General store in Maryville.
Marching Spoofhounds Uniforms Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-12) The Maryville Marching Spoofhounds have begun a campaign to raise money for new uniforms, their current uniforms are 13 years old and are in need of an update.
Sleepy Children Mo. (2013-03-12) Springing forward for daylight-savings last weekend may have some off of their normal sleep schedule.
Education Standards Mo. (2013-03-11) Some lawmakers in the Missouri state capitol are pushing to strike down a set of education standards.
Rosecrans Letter St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-11) Missouri's two U.S. senators are urging the Air Force to put more planes at a National Guard base in St. Joseph.
Mo Taxes Mo. (2013-03-11) The typical Missouri household might have relatively little to gain from a Senate-endorsed overhaul of the state's tax policies.
Spring Gardening Mo. (2013-03-11) As the spring gardening season nears, gardeners willing to go the extra mile can get a jump start with this year's vegetable and flower plants.
Community Tree Meetings Mo. (2013-03-11) The Missouri Department of Conservation is looking to educate citizens on the value of their public trees through a series of workshops in the area.
Lions Club Eye Screenings St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-11) In the past 8 months about three thousand children have been screened for vision problems by the Lions Club in northwest Missouri.
Hiawatha BOE Hiawatha, Ks. (2013-03-11) The Hiawatha, Kansas Board of Education meets this evening at 7:00.
Pitch Competition Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-11) Aspiring entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to pitch their ideas to successful business owners.
Maryville Middle School Trail Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-11) A trail leading from Maryville High School to the middle school will soon extend to Saint Francis Hospital.
Maryville Council Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-11) The Maryville City Council meets at 7 this evening.
Northwest Board of Regents to meet Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-11) The Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents meets tonight at 6 o'clock in a meeting scheduled for the President's Conference Room in the Administration Building.
Soil Testing Mo. (2013-03-08) The University of Missouri Extension suggests soil testing as the best way to discover your garden's specific needs.
Kashmir Crossover Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-08) The second annual Kashmir crossover is opening at the Olive Deluce Art Gallery at Northwest Missouri State University.
Theater Northwest Submissions Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-08) The theater group at Northwest Missouri State seeks more than just a cast and crew from its campus.
Lager on Purchases Jefferson City, Mo. (2013-03-08) Republicans in Jefferson City are unhappy that Democratic Governor Jay Nixon bought a new plane last year.
Auditor vs Governor Mo. (2013-03-08) The Missouri governor and the state auditor squared off in front of Missouri's high court Wednesday morning.
One Read Lawyer Livingston County, Mo. (2013-03-08) A nationally recognized attorney will speak at the Livingston County Library on Tuesday.
Extension Forage Management Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-03-08) The University of Missouri Extension will host a meeting to discuss forage management for beef producers.
Gun Legislation Mo. (2013-03-08) Missouri Republicans say they reject any measure restricting gun access, but a new poll by a New York-based gun control group says 85% of Missourians favor mandatory background checks.
Mo RX Voicer Mo. (2013-03-08) The Missouri Senate's only physician and its lone pharmacist are proposing creation of a database of prescription opiates and painkillers.
Daylight Savings Time Mo. (2013-03-08) What Missouri House representative Delus Johnson calls "an outdated policy" could soon go away.
Taylor County Jail Closed Taylor County, Ia. (2013-03-08) Another county has a jail problem on its hands.
Bedford Election Bedford, Ia. (2013-03-07) Voters in Bedford Iowa rejected two referendums in Tuesday's special election.
Chillicothe Resident Returns Home Chillicothe, Mo. (2013-03-07) A hero's welcome greeted Mark Woodworth when he walked out of prison after a judge said he could return home while awaiting a third murder trial in his Missouri neighbor's 1990 death.
New Tax Breaks Mo. (2013-03-07) The Missouri House has endorsed the creation of several new tax breaks intended to lure high-tech businesses and foreign trade to the state.
Viaduct Announcement Nebraska City, Ne. (2013-03-07) The Nebraska City City Council discussed plans for a viaduct repair project during their meeting earlier this week.
Life Skills class offered Mo. (2013-03-07) The Green Hills Community Action Agency is offering a round of Life Skills classes scheduled for March and April.
Colorectal Screening Ia. (20113-03-07) March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness month. Colorectal Cancer is one of the most easily curable cancers if found early.
Pancake Days St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-07) The St. Joseph Area Lion's Clubs will host one of their bigger fundraiser of the year later this month.
Home Econ Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-07) Northwest Missouri State says it plans to close what is commonly known as its Home Economics department after the spring semester.
Remington Nature Center St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-06) The Remington Nature Center in St. Joseph is now featuring a travel exhibit which celebrates the 75th Anniversary of the Missouri Department of Conservation.
St. Joseph HFH St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-06) Students from Indiana University and Texas A and M will be spending their spring break in St. Joseph this year.
Food Justice Movement Nodaway County, Mo. (2013-03-06) Second Harvest Community Food Bank kicks off the Food Justice Movement Saturday.
St. Joe Rising St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-06) Two University presidents will speak at The St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce's quarterly event, St. Joe Rising.
Missouri River Flooding Mo. (2031-03-06) Some landowners inundated by Missouri River flooding in 2011 are preparing to sue the federal government.
Senate and MSHP Plane Mo. (2013-03-06) The Missouri Senate is taking action in response to the state highway patrol's purchase of a $5.6 million airplane.
St. Joseph Team Spirit St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-06) Northwest Missouri high school students will be learning more about preventing traffic crashes at today's Team Spirit Workshop.
Empty Bowls Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-06) The Northwest Missouri State University Clay Club is holding it's 5th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser this weekend.
March Sobriety Checkpoint Harrison County, Mo. (2013-03-05) The Missouri State Highway Patrol has announced that they will be establishing sobriety checkpoints in Harrison County sometime during the month of March in an effort to reduce the number of intoxicated drivers.
Free Tornado App Mo. (2013-03-05) The Red Cross has officially released its free Tornado App, granting people in tornado-heavy areas vital information on weather updates, tornado alerts, and appropriate actions in such situations.
Kansas Drought Ks. (2013-03-05) A new report shows the recent snowfall in Kansas has helped relieve some drought conditions.
Maryville Bar Entry Hearing Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-05) The Maryville City Council heard students' opinions at Northwest Missouri State yesterday evening.
Statewide Tornado Drill Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-05) Northwest Missouri State will participate in a statewide tornado drill today.
Lenox Care Center Taylor County, Ia. (2013-03-05)Taylor County officials are opening the former Lenox Care Center to the public this week.
Glenwood Fire Issues Glenwood, Ia. (2013-03-05) Glenwood officials are exploring funding options to address issues with the city’s fire department.
Maryville Text Caster Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-05) The City of Maryville wants to text more of its residents.
St. Joseph Stories St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-04) A book about St. Joseph's little known stories gets recognition at an upcoming program.
Mound City Book Sale Mound City, Mo. (2013-03-04) Mound City's fifth annual book sale is coming up.
Agronomic Schools Offered Holt County, Mo. (2013-03-04) The Holt County University of Missouri Extension will be offering two new courses this month.
Mock Interviews on Campus Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-04) A number of business professional were on the Northwest Missouri State University campus last week taking part in a mock interview program.
Munn Avenue Construction Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-04) The City of Maryville is moving forward on a project to reconstruct Munn Ave from South Avenue to Highway V.
Missouri Utility Surcharges Mo. (2013-03-04) The leader of Missouri's largest utility company traveled through winter weather to urge lawmakers to pass a bill which would make it easier for companies to jack up electricity bills at a House Utility Committee hearing Wednesday.
Electric Tracking Mo. (2013-03-04) Missouri power companies would track costs for operations and maintenance for their next rate case under proposed state legislation.
Missouri Teacher Tenure Mo. (2013-03-04) An education bill brought teachers to the Capitol to support changes to teacher tenure.
Library Programs Focus on Children St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-04) The Rolling Hills Library in St. Joseph will offer several programs throughout the month of March focusing on children with special needs.
Student Forum Tonight Maryville, Mo. (2013-03-04) A special student forum will be held tonight on the Northwest Missouri State campus.
Dry Summer Expected Mo. (2013-03-01) Midwest forecasters are expecting another dry summer this year.
Dept of Conservation Tree Care Mo. (2013-03-01) The Missouri Department of Conservation is advising homeowners to be as safe as possible when taking care of trees damaged by the recent storms.
Peace Corp Ne. (2013-03-01) Volunteerism remains alive and well in the area.
Fires Mo. (2013-03-01) Two fires are under investigation by the State Fire Marshall's Office in Montgomery County.
Deputy Passing Livingston County, Mo. (2013-03-01) A former Livingston County Sheriff deputy passed away Wednesday evening.
One Read Livingston County Livingston County, Mo. (2013-03-01) The Friends of the Livingston County Library are beginning a new One Read program.
St. Joseph Chamber CEO St. Joseph, Mo. (2013-03-01) The Saint Joseph Metro Chamber of Commerce has named its new C-E-O.
Missouri House Mo. (2013-03-01) The Missouri House has approved legislation that would make it more difficult for workers who sue for discrimination to prove their cases.
Friday Cancellations Mo. (2013-03-01) Brookfield - However, the high school and middle school music festival trips are proceeding.