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What's up for Aug. 19
Pancake breakfast, 7 to 11 a.m., American Legion Post No. 464, Conception Junction, Missouri. Serving pancakes, sausage, eggs, biscuits and gravy, juice and coffee. Minimum donation requested is $7 per person. Children 6 and younger can eat free. Proceeds will go to the Cameron Veterans Home.
Local student reel in big prize
Riley Merrow, left, from East Buchanan High School in Gower and Gaige Blanton from Central High School in St. Joseph participated in the Bassmaster High School Championship earlier this month. They were awarded $1,000 in scholarship funds.
Dogfighting charges filed after Doniphan County raid
Following execution of the search warrant, Colton R. Albright, 28, of Bendena, was arrested for 42 counts of dogfighting, four counts of possession of dogfighting paraphernalia, one count of animal cruelty, one count of possession of marijuana with the intent to sell, one count of felony drug paraph
Missouri deputies seize nearly $1M worth of marijuana
Authorities say when the van finally pulled over, deputies searched it and found the marijuana, valued at $922,000.
QB reflects on game, parenthood
Will Grier (left, with daughter Eloise and wife Jeanne) enjoys the balance he has in his life as a husband, father and WVU’s starting quarterback.Submitted photo
Possible dog-fighting operation raided in northeast Kansas
The agency said Friday it worked with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to gather evidence and the dogs in Bendena, in Doniphan County.Agents discovered adult and young dogs in "deplorable" conditions Thursday. Some of the dogs had injuries consistent with dog fighting an
Anti-dog fighting raid sees dozens of animals rescued
The raid happened on the authority of a search warrant, and produced evidence dogs have been living in substandard conditions throughout the property, the KBI said. ASPCA members investigating the scene found some of the dogs to have scars and injuries associated with dogfighting. Authorities also f
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Restoring A Movie Theater In Atchison, Kansas, With Inspiration From Across State LineThe Royal Theater, once called The Fox Theater, opened in Atchison, Kansas, in 1912 as a vaudeville theater. It later showed films on the silent screen, complete with an in house piano player. They added talkies wh
Nearly 50 animals seized in suspected dogfighting case in Doniphan County
At the request of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is assisting with evidence collection and the removal of 45 dogs from a property believed associated with dogfighting in Bendena, Kan. Bendena is in Doniphan County, which is no
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.
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
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
Restoring A Movie Theater In Atchison, Kansas, With Inspiration From Across State Line
The Royal Theater, once called The Fox Theater, opened in Atchison, Kansas, in 1912 as a vaudeville theater. It later showed films on the silent screen, complete with an in house piano player. They added talkies when they came along in the 1920s.
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.
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
Police issue alert on fake money in Kansas
HIAWATHA, Kan. — Police are investigating a rash of counterfeit U.S. currency being passed to merchants in Hiawatha, Kansas.
Severe thunderstorm watch issued as storms start to build Thursday afternoon
The National Weather Service issued that watch for Atchison, Johnson, Leavenworth, Linn, Miami, and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas, and Bates, Buchanan, Caldwell, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Clinton, Henry, Jackson, Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, Platte, Ray, and Saline Counties in Missouri until 11 p.m. Thursd
Man injured after large truck incident
MARYVILLE, Mo. — A man was injured after a large International feed truck allegedly drove over him around 4 p.m. Thursday at MFA Agri Services near the corner of Second and Depot streets in Maryville.Nodaway County Ambulance District took the man to SSM Health St. Francis Hospital where Life Net was
Nodaway County drought programs still available
MARYVILLE, Mo. — Just a couple weeks into August and drought conditions across the county continue to worsen. Nodaway County USDA Farm Service Agency office offers drought program information for area farmers.Emergency haying, grazing of CRPEmergency haying and grazing of Conservation Reserve Progra
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