KEARNEY —Due to a water main break Friday, Aug. 17, several subdivisions in Kearney are under a boil advisory until Monday, Aug. 20.
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HOLT — Public comments and concerns over sewer bills, road conditions and possible law violators sparked brief tension that resulted in interruptions and raised voices during the Monday, Aug. 13 Board of Aldermen meeting.
KEARNEY — After months of waiting and social media buzz about the business’ location, Dairy Queen is bringing its famous hot eats and cool treats to Kearney.
SMITHVILLE — In quick succession and without much discussion at their Aug. 13 board meeting, Smithville aldermen grew and changed the future landscape of the city by rezoning properties and annexing more than 100 acres of land.
KEARNEY — In his inconspicuous shop located behind the Courier-Tribune office at 102 N. Jefferson St., Jeff Herndon has been outfitting families with athletic apparel for nearly 10 years, but has been in business even longer.
CLAY COUNTY — The Northland Health Alliance, an organization composed of local health organizations, seeks community input from those who live, work or frequently visit Northland communities for this year’s Community Health Needs Assessment.
LIBERTY — Wood shingles that adorn the front of 2 N. Main St. will be removed in the near future as the Liberty City Council gave the final approval to the Chapter 353 tax abatement request on Monday, July 30. The abatement amounts to an estimated $35,000.
LIBERTY — Residents in Liberty may see a slight increase in their residential tax bill at the end of the year if the Liberty City Council votes to approve the city’s budget committee recommendation made Monday, Aug. 13.
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CLAY COUNTY – The Missouri Department of Transportation will close portions of U.S. Highway 69 between Friday, Aug. 17, and continuing through Friday, Sept. 28, for paving.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — When USA Volleyball announced its 12-player USA National Youth Team, a familiar player heard her name called.
LIBERTY — Jack Lowrey didn’t waste any time.
LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — Kearney teenager Joseph Slipke is making the most of his opportunities.
More than 20 children, ranging in age from around 6 to 16, found camaraderie, fun and the joy of the resonant chime of a horseshoe striking a steel stake last week as part of the Junior Horseshoe League at Stocksdale Park, located at 901 S. La Frenz Road.
LIBERTY — Cathy (Hampy) van Dijk grew up in Liberty, graduated from Liberty High School and left home at 18 years of age. Fast forward to 2018 and van Dijk's talents and creativity are now on display in the window of the Clay County Museum on the downtown Liberty Square.
LIBERTY — The Dog Days of Summer Craft Beer Crawl 2018 will take visitors through downtown Liberty Saturday, Aug. 18, starting at 3 p.m. During the event, crawl participates can take a stroll through downtown Liberty shops to sip on samples from breweries across the country. Tickets include …
LIBERTY – The St. James Catholic Church Do-Dads are back at it. The group has again organized two days of fun coming this Friday and Saturday, Aug. 10 and 11.
Parents, children, friends and teachers gather around Franklin Elementary School for photos and fun before the bell rings on the first day of school, Wednesday, Aug. 15.
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As summer vacation comes to a close, students across Missouri are preparing to begin their 2018-2019 school year. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reminds drivers this brings a change in traffic patterns school buses and parents taking their children to school will join other motorists on t…
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