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Colder temperatures on the way

A cold airmass will settle into the region this week with highs in the teens and 20s through Saturday. Light snow is expected across much of the area Thursday morning with the potential for light accumulations around

Reminder: Eastbound U.S. Route 36 to close

HAMILTON, Mo – U.S. Route 36 will close daily after the first of the year in Hamilton. Crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation will close all lanes of eastbound U.S. Route 36 at Route 13 for

New sports facility features indoor tennis and more

A new area sports facility featuring an indoor tennis court opened last week.  Eric Thacker Tennis owns the Sports Center located on the northeast side of St. Joseph.  Thacker said he wanted to create a multi-use facility.  “In

Police Chief talks about how burglars break-in

Making your home look less appealing to burglars could make break-ins less likely. St. Joseph Police Chief Chris Connally in an interview with KFEQ’s Barry Birr talked about how most burglars like to break-into homes. Connally brought

3D printing coming to St. Joseph Public Library

3D Printer. Photo courtesy SJPL/Mary Beth Revels The St. Joseph Public Library now has a 3D Makergear printing system and it’s offering classes on how to use it. The library said it was able to acquire the

St. Joseph Post’s top picks of 2016

Python up for adoption at the St. Joseph Animal Shelter. Photo by Sarah Thomack. 10. Python adoptions hit record numbers at St. Joseph Animal Shelter The City of St. Joseph saw an increase in Ball Pythons found

Patrol urges New Year’s driving safety

With New Year’s celebrations in the works for many the Missouri State Highway Patrol is encouraging safe driving practices. Last year over the New Year’s holiday counting period, there were 954 traffic crashes, which injured 364 people.