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Food Inspections for September

(Inspections from St. Joseph Health Department reports) RADISSON HOTEL Observations – Cleaning, Frequency and Restrictions -Dirty floor underneath the dishwasher and behind the grill/broiler -Clean walls, floors, ceiling on a regular basis. -Clean floors underneath equipment more frequent

Manufacturing Day events planned in St. Joe

National Manufacturing Day events are scheduled in St. Joseph on Friday, Oct. 7. The day is set aside to recognize the contributions and advancements that are made possible through manufacturing companies throughout the United States. This year,

Gifts & grants boost to K-9 program

Recently the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) received a $5,000.00 donation for it’s K-9 program The donation came from Chula Farmers Cooperative and CoBank in Greenwood Village, Colorado through their “Sharing Success Program”. General Manager Dan Murphy

Storms possible in your 7-day forecast

Some areas of Northwest Missouri could see severe weather tonight. Here’s St. Joe’s seven-day forecast from the National Weather Service. Today: A chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 5pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 78.

Governor approves $54.5M transportation plan for St. Joe

Gov. Nixon approves $54.4 million transportation plan for St. Joseph area, including $5 million from the state for levee project to protect Rosecrans Memorial Airport Gov. Jay Nixon has approved a $54.4 million Transportation Improvement Program for

Voter registration efforts planned at Pumpkinfest

The Buchanan County Clerk’s Office announces extra efforts to get people registered to vote in the general election next month. The Clerk’s Office will have a voter registration booth at the Pony Express Pumpkinfest this Friday. The

Buchanan County booking activity 10/6/2016

Here’s the latest booking activity from the Buchanan County Jail. All persons included in this post are innocent of crimes until proven guilty in a court of law. These are courtesy photos. This information is provided by

Rollover crash kills Maryville man

A 68-year-old Maryville man was killed in a single-vehicle crash east of Barnard Wednesday night. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says Thomas Coy was driving along Route M shortly after 7pm when he lost control of his