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Gordmans files for bankruptcy

Gordmans has officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is liquidating assets. Last week, we emailed the apparel and home decor retailer after several news outlets reported that Gordmans Stores, Inc. planned to file.  At that point in

Week begins with cold temperatures

Cold weather will continue for the next few days with hard freezes expected tonight and again Tuesday night. A few light rain and snow showers are possible today and again Tuesday morning. Far northern Missouri may see

Vendors sought for Vet2Vet event

Vendors who provide services to veterans are being sought for an annual veteran’s fair in St. Joseph. The St. Joseph Youth Alliance is searching for vendors to fill booth spaces at its third annual Vet2Vet event scheduled

Spring Break students to lend Habitat a hand

Students from the University of Connecticut will spend their spring break in St. Joseph this week helping to build a home as part of Habitat for Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge. 10 students are expected to volunteer with the

Missouri Academy to graduate final class in spring 2018

Photo courtesy Northwest Missouri State University Maryville, Mo. – The Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing will end its operations at the conclusion of the 2017-2018 academic year. The Missouri Academy is a two-year accelerated, early-entrance-to-college

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