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New trooper assigned to northwest Missouri

A St. Joseph native has been assigned as a trooper in northwest Missouri. The Missouri State Highway Patrol announced last week that Trooper Matthew W. Neely of Cameron has been assigned to Zone 10 which covers Dekalb

Discover deals on the sidewalk on Saturday

An upcoming outdoor St. Joseph event gives residents the opportunities to find deals and see what’s new downtown.  Brittany Smith is the Event Coordinator and a First Saturdays Downtown St. Joseph Board Member. Smith said several businesses

Phone scam prompts warning from sheriff

Another phone scam has prompted a warning from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office. The office said Thursday it received information from a local citizen of a reported receiving a call and message from the phone number 660-646-0520

Intersection work to close Mitchell Ave. at Belt

Courtesy Google Maps ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – Intersection improvement work has already begun at U.S. Route 169 (Belt Highway) and Route YY (Mitchell Avenue) in St. Joseph, but an upcoming phase of the project will require some

Missouri Western wins Telly Award

writer/director Elliot Swope with the Bronze Telly. Photo courtesy MWSU Missouri Western State University is a Bronze winner in the 37th annual Telly Awards for a short video titled “Am I Interrupting.” “Am I Interrupting” was created

Amelia Earhart Festival continues Saturday

2015 Festival. Photo courtesy Atchison Chamber of Commerce Thousands are anticipated to turn out in Atchison, Kan. Saturday for the city’s annual Amelia Earhart Festival. Festivities kicked off Friday at Warnock Lake with Lakefest. Activities continue all

Route 116 to close south of Faucett

Courtesy Google Maps FAUCETT, Mo. – Route 116 in Buchanan County will close next week for a culvert replacement. Local crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation plan to close Route 116 south of Faucett from the