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Temperatures will drop throughout the week

Typically, in northwest Missouri, when it’s 60 degrees in January there is nowhere for the temperatures to go but down. That will be the case heading through the middle of the work week. The drop in temperatures however

Habitat to host Garage Sale at old location

Habitat ReStore truck courtesy Habitat for Humanity St. Joseph St. Joseph Habitat for Humanity plans to hold a garage sale at its former location in an effort to get rid of old inventory. As we previously reported,

Veteran agent assigned to Caldwell County MDC

Sean Ernst was recently assigned to Caldwell County. He previously served in Camden and Boone counties. Photo courtesy MDC The Missouri Department of Conservation has assigned an agent who has been with the department since 2003 to

“Fry Moore Bacon” bill passes Iowa house

A resolution honoring Iowa pork producers passed the state’s House of Representatives with bipartisan support last week. The “Fry Moore Bacon” resolution received laughs from lawmakers as it was introduced by state representatives Joel Fry, Tom Moore

Lawyer’s death delays sentencing

DAYNE A. MATTHEWS A 19-year-old St. Joseph man must wait at least another month to learn his sentence for charges stemming from the fatal shooting of Skylar Powell. The lawyer for Dayne Matthews died last week. According

City Talk to be held at LEC in February

The City of St. Joseph will hold a meeting in February for people to meet with local officials. The City Talk will be held Monday, February 6, 2017. According to a news release, this is an opportunity

Obituaries January 25-28

Ruth Amelia Niemeyer Titus 1924-2017 Ruth Amelia Niemeyer Titus, 92, of Falls City, Nebraska, passed away January 25, 2017, at Falls City Care Center. Ruth was born February 4, 1924, in Falls City, the daughter of Ernest