A program providing students with new shoes for the school year takes place this week. The Soles for Christ Shoe Program has been taking in shoe donations from the community for some time and distribution starts Monday.
Mitchell Avenue at the Belt intersection in St. Joseph will close to traffic starting Monday. Contractors from Mega Industries Corporation, working with the Missouri Department of Transportation, will remove the old pavement at the intersection and lay new
Photo courtesy Missourians for Monarchs Planning is underway in northwest Missouri for efforts to make one state highway a life-line for the Monarch butterfly population. The Missouri Department of Transportation is working as part of a recent multi-state
(News release)- Platte County’s Director of Facilities has allegedly spent nearly 15 months using the county’s credit card and business account at a local home improvement store to build a beer garden at his home and purchase
Pickett Elementary (Photo courtesy SJSD) Pickett Elementary is setting up a display case this weekend and asking the public for any memorabilia connected to the school or its history. John Davison, Pickett’s Principal said when he and
CAMERON, Mo – Starting Monday bridge construction will begin at the U.S. Route 36 and Interstate 35 interchange, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation. Traffic will be head to head as contractors from Emery Sapp and
MARYVILLE, Mo. – The Wesley Student Center at Northwest Missouri State University will host its 14th Annual Shot in the Dark Golf Tournament to benefit the Wesley Foundation Friday, Aug. 12. The tournament at Mozingo Lake Golf
Breastfeeding moms are taking part in a latch-in in St. Joseph as part of World Breastfeeding Week. St. Joe Latch MO is being held at 10 a.m. today, (Saturday) in the East Hills Shopping Center in the
Volunteers help collect back to school donations during the 2015 Stuff the Bus drive. Photo courtesy United Way of Greater St. Joseph. Today is the last day to help Stuff the Bus with donations of school supplies
(News release) – A St. Joseph, Mo., man was sentenced in federal court today for his role in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. Michael Robinson, 35, of St. Joseph, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Howard F.