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In conjunction with the Clay County Emergency Management Office, meteorologists from the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Pleasant Hill will hold a storm spotter training session at 7 p.m. Monday, March 6, at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, 1600 N. Missouri Highway 291, Liberty.
Liberty -- As Liberty grows, the city's water system may be insufficient to handle the needs, reported consultant Ryan Scott with Burns & McDonnell. However, possible solutions were made in the master plan created by Burns & McDonnell.
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Martin Prado’s after-school activities revolve around his grandma’s schedule.
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I jokingly told my husband the other day that I miss my youth. He laughed and then asked, “Was there a specific year or date?” I stopped and put my rose-colored glasses on my mind’s eye and gave it a passing thought or two. “I think when I was in fourth grade and seventh grade.” Again, my hu…
Cami Wagers is a small-business owner from Clay County. As the proprietor of Cook’s Corner Café in Smithville, she once had the vision of turning her beloved café into a chain of restaurants. However, over the past few years it became increasingly clear that Missouri’s flawed welfare system …
COLUMBIA — If Jake Boyd felt any pressure, nobody could tell, not with the smile on his face as he paced around the mat during introductions of his state championship match.
COLUMBIA — It had been an entire decade since the Blue Jays had one of their wrestlers crowned as a state champion.
COLUMBIA — After the final whistle sounded, Daterraion Richardson fell to his knees and gazed to the sky with a look of disbelief on his smiling face. Upon rising to his feet, he reached out to shake the hand of the head referee, only deciding to greet him with the greatest of bear hugs instead.
KEARNEY — Bringing staff and community leaders together for conversations about a growing and changing student body, the Kearney School District held a first-of-its-kind event Friday, Feb. 17.
LIBERTY — Expressing their opinions on a range of topics like facility use, financial stewardship and school size, Liberty Public Schools patrons took an active role in shaping the district’s long-range facility plan at the first of two community input meetings Thursday, Feb. 16.
The art of photography was just emerging as a means to capture historic moments such as the battles of the Civil War or a presidential inauguration when artist George Caleb Bingham was painting, including his series on Midwest life that includes “The County Election,” painted in 1852.
Liberty Middle School will present Rodgers and Hammerstein's “The Sound of Music” at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, March 9 to 11 at the Liberty Performing Arts Theatre, 1600 S. Withers Rd, Liberty. The show tells the romantic and beloved musical story of Maria and the von Trapp family. T…
Kearney High School will present “The Crucible” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, and Thursday to Saturday, March 2 to 4. Shows will be held at the school auditorium, 715 E. 19th St., Kearney.