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ONE DEAD IN SUNDAY NIGHT MIDTOWN SHOOTING

ST. JOSEPH POLICE HAVE CONFIRMED THE VICTIM IN SUNDAY NIGHT’S MIDTOWN SHOOTING HAS DIED. POLICE WERE CALLED TO THE HOME ON THE 2600 BLOCK OF MARY STREET AROUND 8:40 P.M. SUNDAY. POLICE HAVE NOT DETAILED […]

GENTRY COUNTY MAN INJURED IN FARM ACCIDENT

A FOUR-WHEELER CRASH SENT A GENTRY COUNTY MAN TO THE HOSPITAL ON SATURDAY. ACCORDING TO THE MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL, IT HAPPENED SHORTLY AFTER 8:30 A.M. WHILE STEPHEN JAMESON, 46, WAS WORKING WITH CATTLE ON […]

BETHANY DRIVER KILLED IN ROLLOVER CRASH

A CRASH IN HARRISON COUNTY WAS FATAL FOR A BETHANY DRIVER YESTERDAY. A CRASH REPORT SAYS, JASON REDMOND, 43, WAS KILLED AFTER A VEHICLE HE WAS DRIVING, OVERTURNED OFF THE ROADWAY AT 13 HIGHWAY 5 […]

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WEEKEND SOFTBALL RESULTS

NORTH HARRISON SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT WORTH COUNTY 6 EAST HARRISON 1 PRINCETON 11 EAST HARRISON 1 PRINCETON 3 WORTH COUNTY 2 8 INNINGS NORTH HARRISON 7 SOUTH HARRISON 2 NORTHWEST NODAWAY 5 WORTH COUNTY 4 NORTH […]

WEEK 1 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

WEEK 1 FRIDAY AUGUST 18 LAFAYETTE COUNTY @ CAMERON*********************KMRN HARRISONVILLE @ BENTON PEMBROKE HILL @ BISHOP LeBLOND NORTH KANSAS CITY @ LAFAYETTE GRAIN VALLEY @ SAVANNAH PLEASANT HILL @ SMITHVILLE LAWSON @ MARYVILLE CHILLICOTHE @ […]

PRESEASON MEDIA FOOTBALL RANKINGS

Statewide high school football rankings, as compiled by a 15-member panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. (First-place votes in parenthesis) CLASS 1: RANK, TEAM, 2016 REC., PTS., LW 1. HAMILTON-PENNEY (13), 15-0, 146+ T2. MONROE CITY […]

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  • Cover crops fill grazing, conservation need August 19, 2017
    Brian Martin sees high value in experimenting, such as in cover crops for grazing.  He and his father experimented during the drought of 2012 when the corn crop produced more forage than it did grain.  Cover crops had a two-fold purpose and value. “It’s a combination of erosion control, and then the benefit of added […]
  • Hogs close lower on supply concerns August 18, 2017
    On the Chicago Mercantile Exchange cattle closed mostly lower in low trade volume.  Cattle were pressured by the lower boxed beef trade at the midday.  August live cattle closed down $.75 at $106.37 and October live cattle closed down $.32 at $105.90.  August feeder cattle was the only contract to close in the black – […]
  • Senators hold agro-terrorism discussion in KC August 18, 2017
    The message from a discussion on agro-terrorism is to “be prepared.”  Senate Ag Committee Chairman Pat Roberts (R) of Kansas equates a secure food system to national security.  Roberts – speaking at a roundtable discussion on agro-terrorism Friday – says the consequences of any threat to the U.S. food supply have to be mitigated through research, prevention […]
  • USDA says no fipronil eggs from Netherlands here August 18, 2017
    From the American Egg Board: The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) says the chance of any human health impact from shell eggs treated with the insecticide fipronil is extremely low. A criminal investigation is going on in the Netherlands where contaminated eggs have been found in 15 European countries and Hong Kong. The […]

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  • McMurray remains in the hunt by 1.422 seconds August 20, 2017
    by Bob Priddy, Contributing Editor (NASCAR)—Joplin driver Jamie McMurray remains in contention for NASCAR’s championship playoff by 1.422 seconds. That’s Kyle Busch’s margin of victory at Bristol this weekend, less than a second-and-a-half ahead of rookie Erik Jones, who was looking for his first career victory in NASCAR’s top series.  If Jones had won, McMurray […]
  • Embattled Missouri Senator apologizes to Trump, stands by refusal to resign August 20, 2017
    State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D-University, has publicly apologized to President Donald Trump, R, but has not gone as far as resigning. During a Sunday press conference at a Ferguson church surrounded by supporters, the Senator says she messed up when commenting on social media that she hopes the president is assassinated. “I stand accused and […]
  • Missouri organization launches system in response to capitol intern scandals August 20, 2017
    Scandals involving two former Missouri state legislators have led to a newly-launched online portal in the fight against sexual harassment and discrimination. Matthew Huffman with the Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence tells Missourinet the Intern Resource Network includes statewide community outreach programs that promote student safety, respect and equity. “The workplace can be […]
  • High school football scores for 8/18/17 August 19, 2017
    8-man- Stanberry 50, Braymer 20 Rock Port 72, DeKalb 8 Greenfield 13 Union Christian Academy 0 (fft.) North Andrew at King City, Susp. Mound City 56, South Nodaway 6 Norborne 16, Kansas City East Christian (Kan.) 6 Stewartsville 42, North Nodaway 36 (2ot) North Shelby 50, Northwest (Hughesville) 20 Chilhowee 28, Osceola 22 Worth County 56, South Holt 6 Tarkio 28, Southwest […]

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