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Food inspections for February

The City of St. Joseph has released its Food Safety Inspections for the month of February. VFW POST 306 Cherokee Observations – Equipment, Food-Contact Surfaces, Nonfood-Contact Surfaces, and Utensils. -Dirty ice machine -All food contact surfaces and

Savannah police warn of permit scammer

​ The Savannah Police Department is warning residents of a woman entering businesses allegedly trying to collect money for permits. According to a post on social media Friday, police have received calls about a woman going to a

Obituaries March 8

Charlaine (Farrow) Key 1942-2017 Charlaine (Farrow) Key, 74, St. Joseph, Missouri passed away Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at a local healthcare facility. She was born September 26, 1942 to Charles and Elaine (Beck) Farrow, they preceded her

MERIL announces new CEO

Ron Honan The Midland Empire Resources for Independent Living has announced a new chief executive officer for northwest Missouri. Rob Honan has been names MERIL’s CEO.  According to the agency, Honan has served as the executive director

St. Joseph exports more than $1 billion in 2015

Photo courtesy St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce A study released this month shows St. Joseph among the leading metro areas in the state for exports. According to the St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce, the most recent totals

(UPDATE) US 59 reopens after crash

Click to view slideshow.(UPDATE) According to a Nixle alert from the St. Joseph Police Department at 10:42 a.m., the highway has reopened. *** U.S. Highway 59 in southern St. Joseph was closed for more than two hours

A return to winter this weekend may include snow

Light snow will move into the region late tonight into early Saturday morning, spreading 1-2 inches of accumulation through the afternoon. Although snow may initially accumulate only on grassy or elevated surfaces, slow travel is still expected