Livestock shows remain a staple in the area, but there seemed to be an event missing for locals wanting to show.
One of Platte City’s most visited businesses will undergo massive renovations, upgrading an iconic location to modern standards.
Charter Communications continues to collect a non-existent franchise fee from its customers in unincorporated Platte County, according to a report given to the Platte County Commissioners this week.
Details show a drastic change for a former grocery store in Wells Bank’s pending remodel plans.
One man remains in custody after a bad check at a pawn shop led to a stolen police car and shots fired. Late on the afternoon of Tuesday, July 18, charges were filed against 23-year-old Jeffery Scott Brown of Kansas City, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A potential low-income housing development along Barry Road has some Kansas City residents concerned. They turned out in numbers to no avail at a Northland planning meeting Tuesday evening.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — When they first crossed paths in baseball, Jake Purl and Easton Fortuna didn’t have any idea the relationship that would develop.
Platte County’s top pitcher-catcher combo for the past two years shared a notable distinction this season.
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. —Platte County’s trio of Missouri All-Stars didn’t factor in the scoring, but Mike McNair, Kevin Neal and TJ Guillory took advantage of playing together one final time.
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — Greg Reynolds expressed humility at receiving the honor, but Park Hill’s former football coach couldn’t be more deserving.
Justin Mitchell ended up hearing his name called but not early enough to have him pursue a professional baseball career just yet.
No late season injury could be enough to keep Jenna Winebrenner from deserved postseason honors.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Rebekah Geddes ended up in lane two, uncharacteristically sprinting to the line.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Jena Hahlbeck took the baton and almost immediately fell from first to third place.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Entering the final race, Platte County knew the hopes of a team trophy were shot.
Park Hill’s two Class 2 Missouri State Tennis Championships qualifying doubles team ended their year together.
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