Creighton, MO

SFCC Closing Notices for August 11, 17

All State Fair Community College campuses will close at noon on Thursday, Aug. 11, for opening day of the Missouri State Fair and will reopen at 8 a.m. Aug. 12. On Wednesday, Aug. 17, all campuses will be closed from 8-11 a.m. for an all-college meeting. Offices will open at 11 a.m. These two closings affect campuses in Boonville, Clinton, Eldon, Lake of the Ozarks, Sedalia, and at Whiteman Air Force Base.
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Windsor advocates anticipate growth with development of new trail

WINDSOR — Kim Henderson tidies up four modest log cabins tucked a few blocks behind Main Street in this small town 90 minutes southeast of Kansas City. “I’ve told people so many times — and I still mean it — I did the cabins more for Windsor than I did for myself,” Henderson said.
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Pleasant Hill woman injured in Cass County accident

CASS COUNTY, Mo. – A Pleasant Hill woman sustains moderate injuries in a Cass County accident this morning. A report issued by the Missouri Highway Patrol indicates the incident occurred at approximately 7:33 a.m. on MO-BB and 175th St. A westbound vehicle, driven by 52-year-old Julie A. Shumate failed to yield and struck the drivers side door of a southbound vehicle, driven by 47-year-old Anthony W. Smith, of Harrisonville.

Missouri town flooded 10 months after EF3 tornado

Thunderstorms unleashed another round of life-threatening flooding in the state early Thursday with 2 inches falling in just 23 minutes in one town near St. Louis. Residents near St. Louis woke up Thursday to déjà vu as drenching thunderstorms left roads underwater less than two weeks after deadly flash flooding unfolded across the city.

Mrs. Liane Hager: Featured Guest Speaker at the Missouri Educators of Family and Consumer Sciences State Conference in Springfield

Liane Hager, Clinton Middle School Family and Consumer Science (FACS) teacher was a featured guest speaker at the Missouri Educators of Family and Consumer Sciences (MoEFCS) State Conference in Springfield, Missouri. Mrs. Hager has been noted for her exceptional classroom management and unique project-based learning practices. During her 14 years...

Butler Aquatic Center Dog Days of Summer

The Butler Aquatic Center is proud to announce the Dog Days of Summer, Sunday, August 14th, from 12 to 2 pm. There is a $1 entry fee and a limit of 2 dogs per paid patron. All dogs must be on a leash. Patrons are asked to use good judgment with their dogs and not bring dogs that may be aggressive towards other dogs or humans. Your dog’s vaccinations must be up to date and each dog must wear identification and rabies tags. Owners need to make sure and clean up after their dogs. Bags will be provided.

Summersville Crash Involving Deer Leads to Injury for Butler, MO Man

Summersville, MO. – A deer-involved crash outside of Summersville on Highway 17 has injured the driver. This accident occurred as a Northbound 2020 Chevy Impala was traveling at night struck a deer at roughly 9:05pm last night. The driver, identified as Harold Anderson, 47 of Butler, MO, was moderately injured in the accident. He was transported afterward to Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston.

Residents tell city leaders how the city should grow

Dozens of residents gathered to tell the local government what they expect to see happen in Raymore in the next few decades. On July 27, the City of Raymore held its Community Conversation at Centerview. Participating residents answered several questions that will guide the local government in its decision making in the near and not-so-near future.

Question P fails; 2 races decided within single digit margin

Editor’s Notes : These are only Cass County results, not the entire state of Missouri. The City of Raymore asked the residents to approve of a local use tax to pay for more police and other understaffed positions, and the voters responded with their ballots: No, thank you!. With...

2022 State of the City

Even change for the good – like progress – can create uncertainty and even fear that can divide an entire community if not handled properly or with the kind of leadership that we have come to expect from our elected body. In the past couple of years, our...

Weekly Update From The Greater Clinton-Area Chamber Of Commerce

This week, I added some new “Featured in Photos’ on the Chamber’s Facebook page. Be sure to go to that page and check out pictures from Golden Valley Daycare…Snyder’s Corner…Green Streets Market…Golden Valley Eagles…Hankins Grain…and Gregg Smith Ford. There is also a “Feature’ with Emily Burke and Billy Bell from Golden Valley Realty Group. You can also see other photos and videos from the past that were posted to the Chamber’s Facebook Page.

Revegetating the 'moonscape': How agencies reclaim Missouri's abandoned mine land

The remains of Missouri’s mining history are, at times, unrecognizable. In west-central Missouri’s Henry County, there are parts of a 107-acre property that are patchy, rocky and hostile to plants. Just down the gravel road, though, several sites feature big blue stem, clover and other lush vegetation. All these plots are in the town of Montrose and were similarly mined then abandoned generations ago. They’re just in different phases of healing.

Mules Football Season Tickets Now On Sale

WARRENSBURG, Mo. – University of Central Missouri Athletics is excited to announce season tickets for the 2022 Mules football schedule are now available for purchase! Tickets are available for purchase online at The Mules first home game is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 8, at 7 p.m. against the...