CLAY COUNTY — After the county published a Facebook post about personal property tax bills going up due to used car values, comments from frustrated taxpayers came in.
Serenity Bickel is the grand prize winner of the Clay County Bicentennial photo contest, hosted by the Courier-Tribune on our site, MyCourierTribune.com, this fall. Serenity’s picture received the most votes online out of the hundreds submitted and won a $250 Visa gift card.
CLAY COUNTY — Taxpayers in Clay County are getting an extension to pay their 2022 property taxes after a paper shortage with a vendor used for billing lead to more than 19,000 property tax bills going out later than usual.
Nominations are being accepted for the January 2023 election to the Clay County University of Missouri Extension Council. The University of Missouri Extension Council of Clay County is the local link between county residents and the University of Missouri.
U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, a Republican who represents Missouri, is calling for an audit of Clay and Platte county post offices from the U.S. Postal Service inspector general.
CLAY COUNTY — Scott Wagner, who won the newly created Clay County Western Commissioner Seat 2 in the Aug. 2 election, is starting to host a community listening tour.
CLAY COUNTY — Last week, Gov. Mike Parson appointed outgoing Clay County Prosecuting Attorney Dan White to associate circuit judge for the 7th Judicial Circuit in Clay County. White, of Kansas City, will fill the associate judge vacancy created by the appointment of Timothy Flook as circuit judge.
CLAY COUNTY — If there was any doubt that Clay County has become one of the fastest developing regions in greater Kansas City, that doubt was buried at the State of the Cities luncheon this summer.
CLAY COUNTY — The National Association of County and City Health Officials named Clay County Public Health Center a 2022 Promising Practice Award winner at the organization's annual conference in Atlanta. The award was given to 16 local health department programs from across the United State…
CLAY COUNTY — The Clay County Sheriff’s Office has fielded numerous phone calls recently from residents who are receiving scam calls made by people claiming to work for the Sheriff’s Office, according to a press release.
KANSAS CITY NORTH — Clay County Sheriff's Office deputies teamed with Kansas City Police for the eventual peaceful resolution of a standoff at a residence in the 10300 block of North Elmwood Court overnight Wednesday, June 29.
CLAY COUNTY — The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration awarded $763,000 in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding to Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport in Kansas City in Clay County. Funds will be used to update the airport’s master plan.
CLAY COUNTY — For the first time, Clay County received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association for its 2022 budget.
CLAY COUNTY — This spring, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office launched its first new website in at least a decade. The new site, sheriffclayco.org, aims to provide users with an easy and quick way to find information they need.
CLAY COUNTY — Amid an uptick in fatal and near-fatal overdoses linked to the recreational use of pills laced with fentanyl, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office is hosting its sixth Community Drug Education Summit on Wednesday, June 15.
CLAY COUNTY — The Missouri Department of Transportation will continue to make traffic changes as part of pavement repair work along U.S. Highway 169 in Clay County.
CLAY COUNTY — The Missouri Department of Transportation will conduct pavement repair work along U.S. Highway 169 in Clay County starting this week.
CLAY COUNTY — In addition to Clay County government celebrating the county’s 200th anniversary, Clay County Sheriff’s Office is also celebrating 200 years of service to the community. The law enforcement agency held a dinner and recognition ceremony Friday, April 1, at Heritage Hall in Liberty.
CLAY COUNTY — One of the oldest law enforcement agencies in the metro area will celebrate its bicentennial Friday night, April 1, states a press release.
CLAY COUNTY — The Missouri Department of Transportation will host an online public information meeting regarding the demolition of the aging pedestrian bridge and replacing it along U.S. Highway 69 near Randolph Road in Claycomo.
Climate Action KC and the Mid-America Regional Council are seeking applicants for a new committee that will set a broad, collaborative and action-focused regional agenda on climate resilience and sustainability.
CLAY COUNTY — The Seventh Circuit Judicial Commission met at the start of March and selected a panel of three nominees for the circuit judge vacancy in Division 2 of Clay County Circuit Court, created by the appointment of Judge Janet Sutton to the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.
The Missouri Department of Transportation will make the following traffic change as part of the Buck O’Neil/U.S. Highway 169 Missouri River Bridge replacement project. All work is weather dependent.