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Doniphan West Boys Basketball

Coach David Johnson The new season will be a clean slate for the Doniphan West Mustangs, after the team struggled despite four senior starters a year ago. With just one returning starter and three returning letter-winners overall, Coach David Johnson will implement a youth movement. Senior Brody Jeschke is the...

Rushville Man Arrested By Troopers

A Rushville resident was arrested by State Troopers in Daviess County Wednesday at about 11:30 pm. Fifty-six-year-old Dennis C Pospisil was arrested on a St. Joseph warrant for alleged failure to appear on a charge of alleged no insurance. He was taken to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail pending the posting of bond.

Shop St. Joe Program

The St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce kicked off its annual Shop St. Joseph Holiday Program. The shopping program, designed to encourage residents to do their holiday shopping in St. Joseph, concludes on Dec. 13 with one lucky shopper winning a $10,000 grand prize. Shoppers also have a chance to win second-chance prizes from some participating merchants.

Lady Scotties defeat Washburn JV

TOPEKA– On Tuesday, Nov. 29, Highland Community College Women’s Basketball traveled to Topeka and left victorious defeating Washburn University JV 64-50. The Lady Scotties started the game on fire shooting 55% from the floor and taking a 22-11 lead after the first quarter. Highland led by four at the half, 33-29. The Lady Scotties outscored the Lady Ichabods 31-21 in the second half to earn the victory. Highland’s bench scored 20-points and the team scored 30-points in the paint.

Crumbl Cookie officially opens doors to the public

Things were sweet in the Shoppes at North Village on Thursday as residents enjoyed a taste of Crumbl Cookie on its first day in St. Joseph. The business officially opened its doors to the community at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1. With a variety of flavors and tons of employees, workers say they’re excited to greet the St. Joseph community.

HCC men earn two wins

The HCC Men’s Basketball Team earned two wins over the weekend defeating Park University JV on Friday, Nov. 18, and On Point Academy on Saturday, Nov. 19. The Scotties improved to 6-2 on the season. On Friday, Nov. 18, Highland hosted Park University (JV) at Ben Allen Field House...

Savannah's Evening Forecast

Reeds Spring Football head to State Championship …. The Reeds Spring Football Team left for the State Championship game in Columbia at 1 p.m. Family and friends gathered to send them off and wish them luck. Faulty meters cause unexpected charges for some CU …. Around 500 Springfield City Utilities...

Suspended for winter: U.S. Route 36 Pony Express Bridge westbound and Route 759 ramp U.S. Route 36 Missouri River bridges rehabilitation project in St. Joseph

St. Joseph, Mo. – A project to rehabilitate the westbound Buchanan County U.S. Route 36 Pony Express Bridge over the Missouri River has been suspended for the winter season. Contractors from Comanche Construction Inc., working with the Missouri Department of Transportation, began the process of winterizing the project and moving barriers earlier this week. During the winter suspension, the east end (St. Joseph side) of the westbound bridge will remain narrowed to one lane. The ramp from Route 759 to westbound U.S. Route 36 will remain closed.

North Andrew runs to 7th state title

(Columbia) -- The dominant rushing attack that shined for North Andrew all season handed the Cardinals their seventh state title in program history. The Cardinals (14-0) concluded their adversity-filled season with a 54-24 win over Bishop LeBlond in the 8-Player state title game Thursday night. For North Andrew, it was...

Stacie's Dance presents 'Christmas Dance'

Stacie’s Dance Academy is once again presenting a Christmas recital Saturday as a benefit to Brown County children. Stacie’s Dance owner/teacher Stacie Newell said she began planning the Christmas recital years ago as a way for her dancers to perform more than once a year at the spring recital. She thought what better way to get everyone in the Christmas spirit than to support the Brown County Christmas Store, which provides toys and other items to families and children in Brown County.

Hiawatha teams kick off season with scrimmages

Hiawatha High School basketball teams kicked off the season with home scrimmages on Tuesday night at the Roundhouse. All of the players saw some court time, from freshmen through senior players as coaches Brady Jasper, Gary Smith and their assistants put out a variety of teams to play each other.

30th Festival of Lights to shine in Horton

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The Christmas story comes to light in a special and unique way in Brown County. The South Brown Co. Ministerial Assoc. is hosting its 30th Annual Festival of Lights. the event is 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4. Pastor Nicholas Marsh of Horton First United...

Lions Club has fish, chicken fry

The Graham Lions Club will have their fish and chicken fry from 4:30 to 7 pm, Saturday, December 3 at the Community Building in Graham. Carp, catfish, chicken, mountain oysters, salad and potatoes. Adults are $15; under 12 years old are $5. For takeout orders call 660.254.0448.