By BRENT MARTIN St. Joseph Post We are under a winter weather advisory, which will remain in effect until six o’clock this evening. Expect mixed precipitation with additional snow accumulations of one to three inches, plus a
By BRENT MARTIN St. Joseph Post St. Joseph police arrested three people after two stolen vehicles collided and caught fire. The St. Joseph Police Department says dispatch received a report about a stolen car shortly after midnight.
Photo courtesy of the Missouri Department of Transportation By BRENT MARTIN St. Joseph Post Missouri transportation officials are cautioning motorists to be careful during this winter weather system which is bringing snow, freezing rain, and rain into
HARRISON COUNTY — One person was injured in an accident just after 1p.m. Tuesday in Harrison County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2017 Can-Am Maverick X3 Utility Vehicle driven by a 13-year-old boy from Bethany
Six candidates will compete for two seats on the St. Joseph School Board in April. The St. Joseph School District reports Kenneth Reeder, Lori Witham, Joshua Hall, Rick Gilmore, Michelle Traster, and Brian Shewell filed by the
The Vintage Book Sale at the downtown St. Joseph Public Library runs during library hours through Feb. 2nd.
DAVIESS COUNTY —One person was injured in an accident just after 11:30a.m. Tuesday in Daviess County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2003 Ford F150 driven by Jonathan I. Peterson, 44, Idianola, IA., was southbound on
A very cold morning to start out the day with temperatures in the single digits and wind chill values into the negative values. We will quickly heat up into the 20s and 30s by the afternoon and
Flooding wreaked havoc on farmland along the Missouri River in 2019 By BRENT MARTIN St. Joseph Post Northwest Missouri farmers are hoping for a better year in 2020. Dylan Rosier, who farms near Mound City, says flooding
Gavins Point Dam By BRENT MARTIN St. Joseph Post Water releases from Gavins Point Dam are being lowered by the Army Corps of Engineers over concerns the level at Lewis and Clark Lake is dropping too low