LIBERTY — One seat for the Liberty Hospital Board will be up for election in April.
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PLEASANT VALLEY — The Missouri Department of Transportation will close the inside shoulder on the ramp from southbound Interstate 35 to U.S. Highway 69 Highway from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily through Friday, Dec. 29. The light installation work began Wednesday, Dec. 13.
KEARNEY — Kearney police are investigating a felony stealing case that began Monday, Dec. 11, at the Verizon Wireless cellphone retailer at 408 W. Sixth St.
Passersby traveling along Missouri Highway 92 in Kearney may have noticed a change in recent months as the former Casey's General Store location across from CVS pharmacy has undergone a transformation. Once a vacant convenience store, the building, located at 102 E. Sixth St., is now owned b…
GLADSTONE — With the help of four facilitators and a translator, 12 illegal immigrants from Guatamala on Tuesday, Dec. 11, tried to obtain non-driver licenses from the Missouri Department of Revenue license office at 5943 NE Antioch Road, Gladstone.
LIBERTY — When Kayel Newland shoots from long distance, it is a beautiful thing. Now, it’s Blue Jays history.
LIBERTY — There was a lot of hype going into Liberty’s clash with Lawrence Free State.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri State High School Activities Association Board of Directors is deep into determining championship venues.
GLADSTONE — The Gladstone Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department and North Star Community Band have announced the 31st season of Gladstone’s Theatre in the Park.
LIBERTY — Phil Vitug opens the doors of his Conservatory of Dance Education and invites dancers from other schools to take a step onto their dance floor in Pleasant Valley. After all, for 18 years, Vitug has brought out some of the best in dancers.
Come away with me to storyland — bee entertained and delighted with “The Gift of a Good Book.” Newsbee has some honeys to suggest for December. He’s chosen the best of the best for this special time of year, when enchantment reigns and happiness knows no bounds. Step into tales that are sure…
LIBERTY — Heather Wolesky is often seen on the Corbin Theatre stage as an actress and singer. She’s performed in many Gladstone Theatre in the Park musicals. However, it’s been 23 years since she’s directed a show, and that was as a senior at Winnetonka High School. So jumping back into the …
LIBERTY — Once again, girls of all ages bustled with excitement in the Monsignor Arthur Tighe Memorial Hall at Our Lady of Mercy Country Home on Saturday, Dec. 2, for the 25th anniversary of the Doll House Tea created and organized by the Chapter LH, PEO membership.
LIBERTY — According to the International Mountain Bicycling Association, as the sport of mountain biking has evolved over the past few decades, it has driven the development of a new style of trail with features and concepts that push the limits of traditional single tracks. An increasing nu…
LIBERTY — For residents in the Liberty city limits, the time has come to put their Christmas decorations to the test in the Liberty Area Chamber of Commerce Holiday Decorating Contest.
Construction crews hired by the city of Kearney work Friday, Dec. 8, to install sidewalks along Prospect Street that will end at the intersection of Missouri Highway 92/Sixth Street and Prospect. In addition to adding to pedestrian safety along the street, the sidewalk will literally pave th…
CLAY COUNTY — An estimated 34,400 Missouri residents will learn they have cancer this year, and getting to their scheduled treatment will be one of the greatest roadblocks for many of these patients. To ensure patients get to the critical care they need without additional stress, the America…
LIBERTY — Liberty Public Schools has several ways to inform parents, guardians and students of inclement weather conditions.
LIBERTY — Hundreds of students, parents, teachers and school administrators came together Thursday morning, Nov. 30, at Union Station in Kansas City for the announcement of the top five winners of Battle of the Brains.
KEARNEY — Candidate filing for the April 3, 2018, Kearney Board of Education election will open at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 19, at the Kearney R-I School District administrative office at 1002 S. Jefferson St.
Approximately 174 years ago, the prolific writer Charles Dickens wrote “A Christmas Carol.” The novella came with this inscription: “I HAVE endeavoured in this Ghostly little book, to raise the Ghost of an Idea, which shall not put my readers out of humour with themselves, with each other, w…
In one month, the second regular session of the 99th General Assembly will begin. In addition to enjoying the holidays and the last few weeks at home in their districts, Missouri lawmakers are hard at work preparing for the upcoming session. Part of that preparation includes the pre-filing o…
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BOONE — Although it’s only early December, several area choose-and-cut Christmas tree farms have already closed for the season due to selling out of inventory.
The effect on 2018 Senate race in Missouri already evident