Although set to have a hearing last week, Grayden Denham’s next scheduled appearance in Platte County Circuit Court will be in December.
Ferrelview Police Department chief Daniel Clayton accused the village’s board of trustees chairperson of attempting to sabotage his new employment.
Platte County High School’s Pirate Pride Band continued a growing tradition in the early part of competition season.
With proposals for the purchase of Shiloh Springs Golf Club due later this week, the Platte County Commissioners are already moving into the next step in potential sale of the county-owned course.
Known for generosity and unwavering support for Platte County athletics, Jack Swaney received special recognition from the school district in the way of a permanent monument to his memory.
WESTON, Mo. — Crowds turned out in droves to attend the 29th annual Applefest in downtown Weston last weekend.
One man was seriously injured after being shot at a hotel near Kansas City International Airport in the early morning hours on Friday, Oct. 6
Chip Sherman will be among a distinguished class to enter the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame during a special enshrinement ceremony in the Kansas City Metro Area.
DEARBORN, Mo. — Danielle Perkins kept her promise and showed up again to express her displeasure with Dearborn public works’ efforts to smooth out the ditch issue in town, and city officials seem to be sharing her concerns at this point.
The Platte County Citizen took home 14 awards in the 2017 Missouri Press Association Better Newspaper Contest, more than any other publication in Platte County.
The Platte City Board of Aldermen unanimously approved mayor Frank Offutt’s appointment for a vacant Ward II post.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — The City of Parkville joined the growing number of communities across the country making it illegal for those under 21 years of age to purchase tobacco products, as well as related alternative nicotine and vaping products.
Harvest season fun will get under way in Weston this weekend with the 29th-annual Applefest kicking off Saturday, Oct. 7.
A famous quote from U.S. Army Gen. Douglas McArthur states, “Upon the fields of friendly strife are sown the seeds that, upon other fields on other days will bear the fruits of victory.”
A Platte County jury recently found Zakary F. Mergy of Kansas City, Kan. guilty of first-degree murder and armed criminal action after a week-long jury trial.
The Platte City Area Chamber of Commerce hopes a new event will help promote and educate citizens about businesses and organizations in Platte City.
An Eagle Scout gave back to the community, helping construct a sitting area and patio outside Platte City’s Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic.
A Parkville, Mo. woman faces a misdemeanor child endangerment charge after allegedly leaving her daughter in car on a hot afternoon, according to court documents.
Daniel Clayton appears to have kept his job as Ferrelview Police Department chief — at least for now.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — The City of Parkville has added a new park to its system with the final approval of a land transfer between the city and Platte County.
A body was discovered inside a car in a parking lot at Kansas City International Airport late on Tuesday, Sept. 12.
A woman from Maine told authorities that a tornado led her to seek shelter in a vehicle at a Platte City business, and she then allegedly used the car to ram through a locked gate in a bizarre incident that led to multiple criminal charges.
WESTON, Mo. — Visitors to Applefest will need to wait one more year for permanent public restrooms in downtown Weston.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — The annual Kick Out Cancer Classic hit its five-year anniversary last week, and the Park Hill School District community helped hit another landmark.
A man’s distinctive front teeth and an exposed tattoo helped identify a suspect in a string of armed crimes committed over the weekend in Platte County.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — A Parkville Planning and Zoning Commission meeting to approve the next plat up for development in the Cider Mill Ridge subdivision in The National turned into a nearly three-hour forum for unhappy area residents to vent.
A Dearborn, Mo. man has been charged with two felonies after allegedly causing extensive damage to a Platte City business.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens made a quick surprise visit to Parkville-based Rosnet last week to celebrate their growth and continued success.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — The Parkville Board of Aldermen took the first steps in acquiring the 131-acre Platte Landing Park from Platte County at its regular Tuesday, Sept. 5 board meeting. The board unanimously approved the first reading of the land transfer agreement, with Parkville “purchasing” the park from Platte County at the cost of $1.
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