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One jailed, one hospitalized after fight

A fight in the Midtown area Tuesday afternoon sent one man to the hospital and another to jail for investigation. Sgt. Chris McBane of the St. Joseph Police Department says the fight started at about 3pm Tuesday

St. Joseph man pleads guilty to UMB bank robbery

Terry Hager A St. Joseph, Mo., man pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to robbing UMB Bank. Terry L. Hager, 49, of St. Joseph, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Fernando J. Gaitan to the charge contained

Obituaries December 29-31

Judith Mary “Judy” Snyder 1940-2016 Judith Mary “Judy” Snyder, 76, of Mayetta, surrounded by her family, passed away Thursday, December 29, 2016, at Stormont-Vail Hospital where she had been a patient since Monday. Judy was born at

Governor-elect volunteers at Second Harvest

Click to view slideshow.The Second Harvest community food Bank in St. Joseph hands out more than five million pounds of food per year to its members in Northwest Missouri and northeastern Kansas. This week, some of the

Boehringer and Sanofi transaction closed

Boehringer Ingelheim and Sanofi announced Monday the businesses have officially swapped assets in most markets. The announcement comes after last week’s agreement with the Federal Trade Commission in which Boehringer agreed to divest several animal health products