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Signal work planned for Belt and Mitchell

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – Evening signal work will affect motorists traveling on U.S. Hwy 169 (Belt Highway) and Route YY (Mitchell Avenue) through St. Joseph next week. Crews working with the Missouri Department of Transportation will begin

BSA Pony Express Council celebrates centennial

Click to view slideshow. The Pony Express Council of the Boy Scouts of American is celebrating 100 years of service this year. One of the events is taking place this weekend at Civic Center Park, where hundreds

St. Joseph Animal Shelter makeover begins today

GreaterGood’s Rescue Rebuild is in town to give the St. Joseph Animal Shelter a makeover. The organization conducts shelter renovations across the country and is in St. Joseph today through the 18th to help out the shelter on

St Joe exports set record

The Commerce Department says exports from our area are growing by leaps and bounds. In a report released this week, the International Trade Administration of the Commerce Department reported the St Joe area exported a record $1

Obituaries September 6-7

Anita Marie Breit 1943-2016 Anita Marie Breit, 72, of Savannah, MO, passed away at her home Tuesday, September 6, 2016. She was born in Leavenworth, KS on December 11, 1943, to Albert & Ester (Heitzman) Wacker. She