King City, MO

Attorney sentenced for smuggling heroin into Missouri prison

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A 44-year-old Shawnee, Kansas attorney was sentenced in federal court Tuesday for smuggling heroin to an inmate at the Western Missouri Correctional Center in Cameron, Missouri, with whom she had a romantic relationship. Juliane L. Colby was sentenced to one year and one month in...
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Attorney Sentenced For Heroin Conspiracy Distribution At Cameron Prison

A Shawnee, Kansas attorney who had served as a public defender for a Western Missouri Correctional Center inmate in Cameron will serve a prison sentence for conspiracy to distribute heroin. 44 year old Juliane L. Colby was sentenced in U.S. Federal Court to one year and one month in federal...
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Obituary: Carl Leroy Allen

Carl Leroy Allen, Jr., 79, Pattonsburg, MO passed away on Saturday, August 6, 2022. Carl was born on February 25, 1943, in Pattonsburg, Missouri the son of Carl and Gladys (Woodring) Allen. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Judy Olney. Carl is survived by his...

Savannah makes top 10 safest cities in Missouri again

(SAVANNAH, Mo.) The list of the safest cities in Missouri for this year includes six cities in the northwest Missouri area, and number six on the top 10 list is Savannah. "We're a small community, everybody knows everybody. So that's a good thing and a bad thing. Because you can't hide anything, right. We have a community that watches out for one another and that's a big part of what makes us safe," city administrator and Savannah Police Department Capt. Bruce Lundy said.

Goetz Country Club Special, the Bright Beer!

The new $750,000 M.K. Goetz Brewery wasn’t built in Kansas City until 1936, but it’s long, storied history had already been a major part of the St. Joseph, Mo., landscape for almost 75 years prior when in 1859, M.K. Goetz and J.J. Max started brewing beer in a shack along Blacksnake Creek.

Dump Truck Struck I-35 Bridge In Cameron

The eastbound lanes of US 36 are narrowed to a single lane after a northbound dump truck on Interstate 35 struck the bridge, causing damage. MoDOT did the preliminary inspection of the bridge and for safety purposes, the eastbound right lane of the bridge is closed until further notice. MoDOT...

Dump Truck Strikes US 36 Bridge Over I-35

CAMERON, MO – The Missouri Department of Transportation says the U.S. Route 36 bridge over Interstate 35 in Cameron was struck Monday by a dump truck. After an initial inspection, the eastbound right-hand lane of the bridge was closed and a 12-foot width restriction was put in place. The safety measures will remain in place until further notice.

Hopper testifies to benefits of exercise, diet in diabetes fight

Sharon Hopper, 71, Maryville, has overcome diabetes type 2 with a regiment of diet and exercise. Hopper, like many people, only go to the doctors when they feel like they had to. When she had the symptoms of blurry vision and uncontrollable sweating she went in to see Dr. Pat Dawson. After doing bloodwork, Dawson returned with a shot of insulin because her blood sugar had tested at almost 500.

Maryville Approved For Transportation Funding For Phase II Main Street Project

Missouri 6th District Congressman Sam Graves has announced that the City of Maryville will receive a RAISE Transportation Discretionary Grant for Phase II of their South Main Street Corridor Project. The grant amounts to just under $6 million dollars. RAISE grants are discretionary spending through the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity program. The projects are reviewed and selected based on safety, environmental sustainability, quality of life, and economic benefits.
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Zayne Anderson leaves practice early — and other injury notes

On Tuesday morning, the Kansas City Chiefs’ 12th full practice of 2022’s training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph was conducted under sunny skies and pleasant temperatures. After a couple of light 10-10-10 practices in recent days, players were dressed in pads. The day's biggest...

Maryville woman airlifted to hospital after crash

WORTH COUNTY—Two people were injured in an accident just before 3p.m. Sunday in Worth County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 1998 Ford pickup driven by Bertsel A. Tate, 52, Maryville, was westbound on MO 246 one mile east of Sheridan. The pickup's towed unit began to fishtail...

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...

Two injured in crash on Highway 246, one life-flighted to hospital in St. Joseph

Two Maryville residents were injured Sunday afternoon in a rollover crash one mile east of Sheridan in Worth County. Injuries were listed as serious for a passenger in a pickup, 49-year-old Stephanie Tate, who was flown by medical helicopter (Life Flight) to Mosiac Medical Center in St. Joseph. The driver of the pickup, 52-year-old Bertsel Tate, received moderate injuries and was taken by an ambulance to the Mosiac hospital in Maryville.

Northwest announces presidential search input sessions

John Moore, the chair of Northwest Missouri State University’s Board of Regents and the University’s Presidential Search Committee has announced public sessions where individuals will have opportunities to provide input regarding the process. The Board of Regents last month selected Anthem Executive, a Houston-based search firm to assist...

King City R-I School District Receives Grant for Coding Course

KING CITY, MO – A grant from the Bayer Fund will allow the King City R-I School District to provide Coding to elementary students. Any farmer is eligible to nominate their school for the America’s Farmers Grow Communities grant through the Bayer Fund. Every Missouri county receives a grant. Brad Law nominated the King City School District, which was given $5,000 for the Coding program.