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MISSING IN KANSAS: Unidentified man found in 1983

A mystery continues to surround the identity of a man decades after his body was found in northeast Kansas. On Feb. 24, 1983, the body of a man was found in Doniphan County. According to case records with the Department of Justice, investigators believe the man was Caucasian, then anywhere from 40 to 60 years old, which would make him about 80 to 100 years old today. The man had at least two small tattoos on his body.
DONIPHAN COUNTY, KS
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Planned Roadwork for Northwest Missouri, August 8-14

Route K – Resurfacing project from Interstate 29, north of Amazonia, to U.S. Route 59 in St. Joseph (Buchanan County) through August. (Contractor: Herzog Contracting Corp.) Route E – CLOSED around-the-clock for permit work/pipeline repairs at the Long Branch Bridge, Aug. 8 – 19. Atchison County. Route...
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Iowa Felon Caught By Missouri Deputies After Underestimating Corn

What do the sun, corn, and dogs all have in common; well in Hopkins Missouri, they are part of the trifecta used to stop an Iowa felon. Guardo Gutierrez had a warrant out for his arrest in Iowa that alleged the was a felon that possessed and also displayed a firearm during an assault. The Nodaway County Sheriff’s Office says Gutierrez was also suspected of being armed while he was in hiding in Hopkins, Missouri.
HOPKINS, MO
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Driver Injured in Early Morning Andrew County Accident

ANDREW COUNTY, MO – The driver of a vehicle involved in a one-vehicle accident early this morning in Andrew County sustained moderate injuries. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says 19-year old Derrick Taylor of Ray, Missouri was northbound on Route M, 4 miles north of Flag Springs around 1:30 this morning when he fell asleep at the wheel. Taylor’s vehicle travelled off the west side of the roadway and struck a group of trees.
ANDREW COUNTY, MO
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Mo-Dot Seeking Public Input On Holt County Bridge Replacement Project

The Missouri Department of Transportation is seeking public input regarding a bridge replacement project on Holt County Route B at the bridge over Hickory Creek. The project, which is currently in the design stage, would replace the 83-year-old timber pile bridge which is in poor condition. As part of the...
HOLT COUNTY, MO
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Civic Arena getting a couple more renovations

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) "One major aesthetic item that has not yet been done that funds have not been identified for is painting throughout the arena," city manager Bryan Carter said. In the St. Joseph city council meeting Monday night, city manager Bryan Carter mentioned that the Civic Arena downtown will...
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
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King City Council Approves City Tax Levy

King City’s Board of Aldermen approved the tax levy for the year at their session Monday night. The tax levy will be $1.06 per hundred dollars of assessed valuation. The levy will include 74 cents to the General Fund. 15 cents will be directed to the Police Fund. Council...
KING CITY, MO
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WN listens to patrons on school protection officer

The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education held an open forum, July 21, to hear from school district residents on the issue of the school appointing school protection officers (SPO). The board allowed patrons to sign up to speak for three minutes each, one time. Nine people signed up. Most...
NODAWAY COUNTY, MO
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St. Joseph residents “Stuff the Bus” over Tax Free weekend

St. Joseph area residents contributed more than 17,0000 school supplies to United Way’s 14th annual Stuff the Bus school supply drive during Tax Free weekend. Additionally, officials say $2,300 was donated to purchase supplies that were not donated. Since 2009, the inaugural year of Stuff the Bus, community members...
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
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SJSD ready for remainder of decade after tax levy pass

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Last Tuesday, St. Joseph voters passed a tax levy called Proposition R.E.A.D. The "reinvesting in education, academics and dedication" levy was added to the ballot in the late spring after a unanimous vote from the St. Joseph School Board to further funds until the end of the decade.
SAINT JOSEPH, MO

SJSD kicks Vision Forward process back into gear

Following a pause for the summer break and to focus attention on the recent tax levy election, the St. Joseph School District now moves back to its big-picture community engagement project. According to Community Engagement Team co-chairwoman Teresa Simmons, Vision Forward resumes at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Simmons said she is...
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
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