With only about 30 residents, the small Village of Iatan faces the threat of fading away into history, but two members of the village board of trustees are working to find a way for the village to not only survive, but again thrive.
State Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer was chosen to chair the Missouri State Senate Committee on judiciary and civil and criminal jurisprudence. He is one of three freshmen senators chosen to chair a committee and the first that previously didn't serve in the state house of representatives.
The Park Hill board of education last week approved the calendar for the 2019-2020 school year.
A home health care nurse is accused of spending more than $20,000 after stealing her patient’s credit cards, according to court documents.
A North Platte graduate has been hired as a preschool paraprofessional for the district.
Stanley the Bulldog, well known for his community appearances, is now one of the main characters in a book written Debbie Pack and Christina Calgi.
A proposed bed and breakfast and event facility near Camden Point is dividing the community, even after its approval last month by the Platte County Planning and Zoning Commission.
The United State’s Attorney’s office has declined to file charges against an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent accused of assaulting a Platte County attorney near KCI Airport last summer.
The Parkville Board of Aldermen has given the preliminary go-ahead for the formation of a new community improvement district (CID) in the Creekside development at Interstate 435 and Highway 45.
Mid-Continent Public Library’s Winter Food Drive, which it’s launching in partnership with Harvesters—The Community Food Network, opened a food drive last week.
Platte Clay Electric Cooperative’s Board of Directors recently outlined the process it will follow for replacing West District Director Robert Ray, who passed away in December at the age of 79.
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft (R) voiced his concerns Jan. 30, about public notices, Missouri newspapers, and some instances, he said, of newspapers charging increased rates for publishing election notices required by law in October 2018.
Parkville sewer rates are going up another 10 percent, bringing sewer bill increases to 30 percent over the past three years.
A Parkville man is accused of beating a ‘confidential victim’ so badly she had a collapsed lung.
More than four years will have passed before accused murderer Grayden Denham will stand trial for the deaths of four of his family members.
Platte City came a few steps closer to developing its property at the former Rising Star Elementary School site.
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a 46-year-old white male who was found Saturday night, Jan. 26, next to a retaining wall in the area of 45 Highway and Graden Road, near Parkville.
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