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The Washington Evening Journal
Former resident earns Eagle Scout award
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - James Butler of St. Joseph, Mo., earned the rank of Eagle Scout on May 5, 2013.
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River Front Times
Hidden Camera Footage of Eagle Scout Eric Jones Being Kicked Out for Being Gay
Yesterday, the Boy Scouts of America's National Council voted to open its membership rolls to gay teenagers.
Thu May 23, 2013
Stars and Stripes
Veteran with deep military roots looks to honor those who served
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - In the den of his Lathrop home, Carrol Clingan pulls from the wall a photocopied document, the honorable discharge of a kinsman who served in the National Guard of Ohio during the Civil War.
Christopher Carl Maximoff, 59, St. Joseph, MO
Christopher Carl Maximoff, 59, St. Joseph, Missouri died Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
George "Alf" Moreland, 66, Weston, MO
George "Alf" Moreland, 66, passed away Monday, May 21, 2013 at his home in Weston, MO.
School Lets Out for Summer but Budget Cut Fears Remain
Wednesday marked the last day of school before summer vacation for St. Joseph schools, but the staff is already looking ahead to next year.
Joplin Tornado Remembered Through Eyes of Volunteer
The anniversary of the Joplin tornado hits home for many local volunteers who responded immediately after the twister hit.
Five unconventional white picket fences
White picket pallet fence : Hometalk member Allison House turned ordinary pallets into fence pickets .
Wed May 22, 2013
1 Person Killed in Accident at Towing Company
One person is dead after an accident at a St. Joseph towing company. Police say the man died at Sauter Towing on S. 9th Street in St.
St. Joseph Receives $14.66M For Wastewater Improvements
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has awarded St. Joseph a $14.66M low-interest loan for their combined sewer overflow long term control plan.
Tue May 21, 2013
A. Warren Van Meter, 90, St. Joseph, MO
A. Warren Van Meter, 90, St. Joseph, passed away Saturday, May 18, 2013 at Vintage Gardens.
Sat May 18, 2013
Big thunderstorms possible Sunday
It will be dry for part of the first part of the weekend and as Sunday rolls around we could be dealing with some strong thunderstorms in our area.
National Catholic Reporter
Troubled Missouri diocese to pay $600,000 abuse settlement
The Catholic diocese in Missouri led by Bishop Robert Finn, who was convicted last year of failing to report a priest who was taking pornographic pictures of children, will pay a $600,000 settlement to the family of one of the priest's victims.
Wed May 15, 2013
Classrooms Cook in Record Breaking Heat
Windows are open and fans are blowing in Mrs. Rodriquez's classroom at Eugene Field Elementary in St.
Tue May 14, 2013
Rolling Restaurant Hits the Streets of St. Joe
Truck stops are along every highway in the Midwest, but one stop in St. Joseph offers something you might not expect.
Former Students Remember Old Buchanan County School House
A two-room school house in Buchanan County that closed more than 50 years ago has never been forgotten.
Mon May 13, 2013
Red Cross Names New Chapter Executive
The American Red Cross has named Angie Springs the new Chapter Executive for the Midland Empire Chapter.
Inclusive Education Coordinator - Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION COORDINATOR The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Missouri is seeking an INCLUSIVE EDUCATION COORDINATOR for the 2013-2014 year.
A Very Warm Week Begins Today
Get ready for a hot start to the week! It begins a little on the cool side Monday morning, but it should warm up very nicely by the afternoon, with temperatures handily getting into the 70s and likely to get into the low 80s.
Sat May 11, 2013
Homeowner left with mess after escaped inmates trash house
Corrections officers found 57-year-old Randy Ridens along with Allen Hurst and Scott Gilbert missing from the Lansing Correctional Facility early Friday morning.