The Kearney postal employee accused of burglarizing a World War II veteran’s home late last year has been exonerated.
Sarah Ranes of Kearney has been hired as the new administrative clerk/court clerk for the city of Kearney.
Fashion and family ties were key talking points during the annual Friends of the James Farm Reunion. Joseph Beilein Jr. was the featured speaker Saturday, June 9, at the James Farm, addressing dress for Jesse James.On Sunday, June 10, the Jackson County Historical Society provided a performance about the outlaw’s son in Liberty.
Fireworks vendors can be more competitive this summer season.
A group of international farmers were on their way to the World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Iowa, on June 5 and took the opportunity to experience some barbecue from Kearney.
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce released its annual legislative rankings May 25, ranking some of the top Republican lawmakers in the middle of the pack.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation Thursday, June 14, to expand the state’s No Call Law to Missouri cell phone users.
It has been more than a year since Missouri last executed a member of the state’s death row.
Gov. Jay Nixon today signed into a law a bill that removes a discrepancy between Missouri and federal laws on the labeling of commercial fireworks, and makes those fireworks that are legal under federal law now legal under Missouri law.
Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin today announced the release of the National Prevention Council Action Plan, which aims to increase the number of Americans who are healthy at every stage of life.
The Clay County Republican Central Committee is planning its annual Lincoln Day celebration for Friday, June 22, at The Elms Hotel in Excelsior Springs.
Smithville street superintendent Allen Jensen looks through survey transit on Friday at the downtown worksite.
Smithville American Legion flag bearer Dennis Beandoin holds American flag while 82-year-old Navy Damage Controlman Third Class Howard McHenry plays a trombone medley on Memorial Day in Smithville Memorial Cemetery.
The annual Friends of the James Farm Reunion will run throughout the weekend in Kearney, Liberty and other parts of Clay County.