Citizens gathered with food, nationalistic singing and other activities to celebrate the historic triumphs of local veterans.
The former Finders Keepers antique store in downtown Parkville has become the latest source of controversy for the city.
Families broke out of day-to-day routine Saturday, April 13 for a morning of hiking, crafts and natural discovery.
The Park Hill School District has proposed a change to its school start times, beginning next fall. Although the move was announced late last summer, administrators and the board of education are now reviewing options.
Platte City’s First Baptist Church will enter a long-awaited new era on Easter Sunday, with a groundbreaking ceremony scheduled during its Easter worship service.
Two new cops are on the beat in Platte County. Canine officers Ajax, handled by deputy Jessica Harrison, and Aries, handled by deputy Matt King, were introduced at the Monday, April 15 county commission administrative session.
A Weston man will spend the next six years in prison after entering a guilty plea and having his probation revoked in another case.
A truck full of cookie dough headed to Springfield made a few jaunts in Platte County after it was stolen last week in Kansas City.
The Platte County Commissioners had an unsuccessful day in court last week via special attorney Todd Graves when judge James Van Amburg denied the county’s motion to halt defendant UMB Bank’s efforts to seek information from elected officials.
Weston’s downtown city park will remain closed indefinitely due to contamination concerns from recent flooding.
Parkville voters are awaiting the word of the court on when they can return to the polls to determine the final outcome of the races for ward one and ward three aldermen.
This year’s winner of the Sara Andrasek Memorial Award proved that compassion is not limited to human heroes.
The water might have receded for now, but Weston City Hall’s relocation will last for a while longer.
A Kansas City man is facing four total charges – two felonies – after getting arrested late last month in Dearborn.
Gary Brown won re-election while Alisha Elliott secured the other open spot for the Platte County R-3 Board of Education.
Crews will make the following traffic changes as part of a new bridge construction project at I-29 and NW Old Tiffany Springs Road in Platte County.
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a 61-year-old white male who was found Friday morning in the area of an overturned boat in the flooded area near Bean Lake, north of Weston.
The morning commute for those traveling on Interstate 29 was heavily delayed on Tuesday, April 2 when a pedestrian was hit and killed near NW Barry Road.
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