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 2021-01-27 09:45 

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Project to save millions at wastewater treatment plant...

A project at St. Joseph's wastewater treatment plant could save the city more than $32 million in energy and other costs....

 2021-01-26 23:00 

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Road crews and law enforcement respond to snow and ice...

Snow has kept road crews and law enforcement busy since the beginning of the week, and with more winter precipitation expected early Wednesday it appears their work won't let up just yet....

 2021-01-26 22:00 

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Horn new medical commander at 139th...

A recent promotion at the 139th Airlift Wing has placed Lieutenant Colonel Jason Horn in a position that has grown in responsibility this past year -- and that's not even his day job....

 2021-01-25 23:00 

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Stores brace for more business post-Chiefs victory...

The Chiefs' second-straight Super Bowl appearance is expected to generate an uptick in business for some local retailers....

 2021-01-25 20:00 

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104-year-old area resident pens letter to Biden...

Flora Lou was born when Woodrow Wilson took office as the 28th president. She has a message for President Joe Biden: You'll be a good president....

 2021-01-25 11:00 

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Winter Weather Closings...

To have a closing announced, send an email to closings@newspressnow.com...

 2021-01-25 03:00 

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Pappy's co-owner remembered as exemplary businessowner...

Steve and Michelle Margulies came to St. Joseph with a mission to build community through a common love: Food....

 2021-01-24 23:00 

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Ashcroft: State constitution should be harder to amend...

At more than 160 pages, the most recent version of the Missouri Constitution is not a light read. Comparably, the United States Constitution comes in around 16 pages....

 2021-01-23 22:07 

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Local businesses prepare for AFC game...

Several local businesses in town are ready to face the Red Kingdom as the Chiefs are getting ready to compete in the AFC Championship....

 2021-01-23 21:51 

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Confusion lingers over COVID vaccines for seniors...

COVID-19 vaccinations at East Hills Mall are set to begin Monday, but seniors have several questions left to be answered....

 2021-01-23 05:45 

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United Way annual meeting to go virtual Feb. 4...

The United Way of Greater St. Joseph will have its annual meeting at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, via Zoom....

 2021-01-22 22:39 

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St. Joseph woman celebrates 100 years of life...

It's not every day that you turn 100. That's why Friday was cause for celebration at Vintage Gardens Senior Living where Dorothy Crawford marked a century of life....

 2021-01-22 17:00 

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Girl Scout cookie season underway...

Girl Scout cookie sales for Northeast Kansas and Northwest Missouri have kicked off....

 2021-01-22 01:00 

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Car child shot in crushed...

A silver Dodge Caliber a toddler was in when she was involved in a fatal drive-by shooting was destroyed Thursday so it can never again be seen on the road....

 2021-01-22 01:00 

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Vehicle from Raelynn Craig murder to be destroyed...

A silver Dodge Caliber involved in a fatal drive-by shooting in August, will never be seen on the road again....

 2021-01-21 01:00 

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No misstatements in city's fiscal year 2020 audit...

The City of St. Joseph's fiscal year 2020 audit, which was presented to the City Council on Wednesday during a work session, went off without a hitch....

 2021-01-20 23:45 

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Local Democrat believes Biden can deliver on unity promise...

President Joe Biden took the reins of a divided nation on Wednesday, though area lawmakers of both parties were generally congratulatory of the 46th man to hold the office....

 2021-01-20 19:09 

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Kiwanis Club plans online trivia night...

Kiwanis Club of St. Joseph is holding its second annual Trivia Night Fundraiser, but this year the event will be online....

 2021-01-18 01:00 

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Chiefs fan ready for next weekend...

After spending a large portion of the game on the edge of their seats, Chiefs fans everywhere were thrilled with the end result of the game on Sunday afternoon....

 2021-01-17 20:00 

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Thrift store makes a difference one step a time...

The vitality of thrift store shopping at this time of year may be what gets people over the hump in what can be an up and down winter....

 2021-01-17 16:10 

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Controversy stirred over beetle endangerment...

Missouri's unique geography of rivers, dense forests and rolling hills means a wide variety of plants and animals can be found throughout the state....

 2021-01-16 18:38 

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Andrew County MU Extension provides video health seminars...

The University of Missouri Extension in Andrew county has partnered with the Rolling Hills Library and several radio stations to provide personal health seminars through the month of January....

 2021-01-16 15:58 

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Platte City woman seriously injured in crash on I-29 near Faucett...

Sherri Aubuchon, a 51-year-old Platte City woman was seriously injured in a crash on I-29 near Faucett Friday night....

 2021-01-16 09:45 

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Masks uncover hearing loss...

For Shelly Aebersold, it's hard enough to hear what someone is saying in a crowded store filled with background noise....

 2021-01-16 09:30 

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New suit brought in Missouri River flooding...

A local attorney who already has won one lawsuit against the U.S. government regarding flooding along the Missouri River is bringing a similar case to court....

 2021-01-16 07:00 

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Technology jobs poised for continued growth...

California's Silicon Valley long has served as the nation's technology hub. But while Silicon Valley remains a global leader for tech firms and jobs, technology's transformative impact on the economy and society is driving job growth across th...

 2021-01-15 22:00 

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Crews and first responders see busy morning with blizzard...

Road crews and first responders had a busy day on Friday due to the blizzard around Buchanan County and the Northeast District....

 2021-01-15 16:00 

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Polar vortex sending extreme winter weather into the Midwest...

Extreme weather is occurring in many parts of the world as the polar vortex is beginning to move farther south into the United States and Europe....

 2021-01-14 23:48 

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Capitol rioters could be placed on 'no-fly' list — but it's complicated...

Those who took part in the riot on Capitol Hill last week could be placed on a "no-fly" list, but just because they were there doesn't guarantee they won't be allowed on an airplane....

 2021-01-14 23:23 

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St. Joseph city manager resigns...

St. Joseph city manager Gary Edwards has resigned due to family health issues, according to a city press release....

 2021-01-14 21:45 

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HDDA sees the potential of their new St. Joseph asset...

Officials with the owners of St. Joseph's Downtown hotel said they still plan to move forward with a redevelopment of the facility....

 2021-01-14 19:12 

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Winter Weather Cosings...

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 2021-01-13 23:00 

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Organization keeping homes warm one heater at a time...

A local organization is continuing its mission of keeping people warm this winter....

 2021-01-13 21:00 

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No specific threats to Missouri, Kansas capitols...

Despite an FBI bulletin signaling a potential threat to all 50 state capitol buildings, an official with the Missouri Department of Public Safety said there's no specific danger to the facility in Jefferson City....

 2021-01-12 02:37 

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City Council approves funds for new Downtown website...

The St. Joseph City Council approved $4,000 for a new Downtown website during the City Council meeting Monday night....

 2021-01-12 00:00 

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As Democrats file for impeachment, area legislators mostly silent...

A supermajority of House Democrats filed articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Monday for his role in Wednesday's riots, setting up another showdown with conservative lawmakers....

 2021-01-11 22:00 

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[ St. Joseph ]

Preparing for the taxman...

It's time to begin tax preparation ahead of the April 15 deadline, and InterServ is helping out individuals 60 and older with their taxes, free of charge....

 2021-01-11 09:45 

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Planning the pocketbook for a better 2021...

As we turn the page on 2020, many people are looking to kick start the new year of 2021 in the right direction financially....

 2021-01-11 03:00 

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Local officials concerned with Missouri River depth...

Local officials are expressing concern about the current level of water on the Missouri River at St. Joseph....

 2021-01-10 19:00 

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City waits on census data...

The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed reporting of the 2020 census, but it didn't stop the count....

 2021-01-10 16:00 

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St. Joseph Public Library Holds Winter Reading Challenge...

The St. Joseph Public Library is encouraging the community to pick up a book during the month of January and participate in the nationwide Winter Reading Challenge....

 2021-01-10 14:00 

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Tuesday Night Talks going virtual in 2021...

The Pony Express Museum is preparing for its 22rd year of presenting Tuesday Night Talks....

 2021-01-09 22:19 

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Boy Scouts compete in winter contests at Camp Geiger...

Boy Scouts from 6 different troops met for the 2021 Klondike event Saturday at Camp Geiger....

 2021-01-09 09:45 

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Your fingers will do more walking...

In 1915, a cold beer or a good cigar was just three digits away in St. Joseph....

 2021-01-09 03:00 

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City Council to vote on new Downtown website, sewer repairs...

When the St. Joseph City Council meets Monday, its members will re-discuss the new Downtown website and vote on COVID-19 grant money for the health department and repairs for a deteriorated interceptor sewer....

 2021-01-08 22:00 

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Landfill to accept storm debris...

St. Joseph residents will be able to take their downed tree limbs and branches from the recent ice storm to the landfill for disposal beginning Wednesday, Jan. 13, during normal hours....

 2021-01-08 21:00 

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Proposed legislation could help protect from mail or package theft...

Proposed legislation in Jefferson City could establish special penalties for those who steal packages....

 2021-01-08 16:00 

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Rushville-Sugar lake levee bid opens soon...

Repairs are coming for a breach that still sits open in the Rushville-Sugar Lake levee after flooding in March of 2019....

 2021-01-08 01:00 

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St. Joseph woman walked into Capitol during riot...

A St. Joseph woman who made her way inside the U.S. Capitol building during a riot Wednesday wasn't arrested, and the performance of the United States Capitol Police led to its chief's resignation....

 2021-01-05 23:28 

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Increase in sales tax a pleasant surprise for city...

The City of St. Joseph expected financial difficulties brought on by the pandemic but instead saw an increase in sales tax revenue — a significant effect that led to a pay increase for city employees....

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