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Obituaries February 28

Dorothy “Dottie” Maxine Nutt 1939-2017 Dorothy “Dottie” Nutt 77, St. Joseph, Missouri, passed away Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at a Mosaic Life Care Hospital. She was born September 5, 1939 in St. Joseph, MO. She graduated from

Warmer temps and fire danger continue

A very high fire danger exists for eastern Kansas and western Missouri today and then again on Saturday due to dry conditions combined with gusty winds. Therefore, it is encouraged to avoid outdoor burning, to properly extinguish

SJSD cancels classes due to water main break

Classes for the St. Joseph School District have been canceled for Friday, March 3, 2017 due to a boil advisory impacting a large area of the city. The boil advisory went into effect Thursday following a water

The Cat in the Hat visits Humboldt Elementary

Click to view slideshow. The Cat in the Hat, who also happens to be a Central High School student, stopped by Humboldt Elementary School Thursday morning. Annaka Kellogg is a Senior at CHS and part of the

Flooding at Sixth & Edmond

Click to view slideshow.Water was oozing onto the street near 6th and Edmond Streets on Thursday afternoon. There were at least two dozen small gushers flooding the area. Water was rising from dozens of cracks in the

Sculpture Walk “People’s Choice” announced

The Allied Arts Council announced the winners of the People’s Choice Award in this year’s St. Joseph Sculpture Walk. “White Buffalo Calf Woman” is located on 6th Street between Edmond and Felix. The sculpture was created by