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Cameron to ponder water shortage rate on bills
The Cameron Aquatic Center in Cameron, Missouri, has remained open all throughout the summer, despite the city’s struggles with its water supply. The center closes for the season after a final run on Sunday, Aug. 19.
Crews called to evening fire at Excelsior Springs’ apartment
August 17, 2018 –On Thursday, Aug. 16, at approximately 9:28 p.m., Excelsior Springs Fire Departmentcrews dispatched multiple agencies to a fire at 514 S. Kansas City Ave. in Excelsior Springs.
Should elementary schools ban fast food during school hours?
Photo: anatols (iStock)The school year got off to a bumpy start in Richmond, Missouri, where Dear Elementary school posted the following new policy on its Facebook page:
King City woman dies after rollover crash
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, at 3:30 p.m., 50-year-old Lori L. Pike was driving a Chevrolet Trailblazer east on 450th Street about one mile east of US 169 in Gentry County. Pike was driving on the westbound side of the gravel road when she overcorrected the vehicle, which then wen
Daviess water district customers still under boil advisory
On Friday, crews in several areas of Public Water Supply District Number One of Daviess County spent time flushing out water lines, although all water pressure has now been restored. Officials were awaiting the results of water samples sent in for state lab tests, which will help determine when the
Platte County searches for burglary suspect
Reco G. Hupp of Leavenworth, Missouri, has been named a person of interest in the burglary. Hupp is described as a 5'11'' black male weighing around 253 pounds. The office is looking for any information citizens can provide on Rupp's whereabouts.
15-year-old boy’s organ donation saves 9-year-old girl’s life
“He had a full life physically, but mentally he had the mind of a 15- to 36-month-old,” Eula Motelet said.
VIDEO: Local trooper receives award
A local trooper was recognized for his work after a recent prison riot.Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper Bradley Muck was selected as the Missouri Department of Safety’s August 2018 Employee of the Month.On May 12 around 8 p.m. the Cameron Police Department received several calls from employees
What's up for Aug. 18
Trails West!, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Civic Center Park, 1100 Frederick Ave. Event includes arts and crafts vendors, food, music, children’s activities and more. Main stage entertainment is Faren Rachels and Chase Rice. City stage entertainment includes The Trace, Like Rabbits, Oxymoron, Matt Snook and
Kansas man charged with stealing 64 firearms from Missouri gun store
KANSAS CITY – A Kansas man was charged in federal court Wednesday with stealing dozens of firearms from an Independence, Mo., gun store, according to the United States Attorney.
Chillicothe teen pleads guilty to felony assault
Authorities reported he and another unnamed juvenile allegedly began choking a victim, bound the victim’s legs and wrists with tape, attempted to stab him, and hit him over the head with a rock.
Independence man who killed wife while children hid gets life in prison
Roldan-Marron, 48, used four different knives and stabbed Gomez 13 times during the assault, according to trial testimony.
Zane Myers Scholarship announced to Smithville graduates
When school resumes this year, Smithville High School graduates will have an additional scholarship to pursue, thanks to the generosity of a Smithville businessman. The Zane Myers Agency Scholarship will be awarded to a 2019 graduate of Smithville High School in the amount of $1,000 and may be used
Extreme drought forces early closure of North Kansas City Farmer’s Market
“Just a whole bunch of factors combined, and that`s what farming is. Some years you just deal with whatever you get,” Maggie St. John said.
Chillicothe Advisory Boards to meet next week
The Chillicothe Parks and Recreation, Tree, and Railroad Advisory Boards will meet next week with each meeting held at the Chillicothe City Hall.
Joplin woman hurt in Daviess County crash
Forty-one-year-old Misty Turpin drove north when the vehicle traveled off the west side of the road into the median at mile marker 74, traveled back onto the road before the driver reportedly overcorrected, which caused the vehicle to run off the west side of the road and into the median again. The
Trooper honored for helping calm prison riot
“So (Cameron Police) Chief Rick Bashor was getting all the messages about them wanting to talk to somebody. Well, we’re the two negotiators of the area so we went inside the institution, found a room and began talking to them,” Muck said.
The FDA approved a cannabis-based medicine. Here’s who will benefit — and who won’t
Colby Patterson’s seizures started when he was playing Candy Land.His big sister moved her piece, his mom moved hers and then it was 8-year-old Colby’s turn. But he froze.Within a moment, he was right back in it and moved his piece past Candy Cane Forest.Soon, he froze again, just for a second. And
Two New Missouri Schools Have All Gender-Neutral Restrooms
Restrooms in the two new schools in North Kansas City, Mo., which opened Wednesday, have floor-to-ceiling stalls with locking doors to assure student privacy, while there is a shared trough sink in the restrooms’ common area outside the stalls,The Kansas City Starreports. The district first used the
Country Club area sees recent car thefts
Authorities are investigating reports of multiple vehicles stolen from the Country Club Village area over the last several days.Chief Richard Scott with the Country Club Village Police Department said three vehicles were stolen and several more were ransacked.Two of the stolen vehicles have been rec