Man sentenced for bank robberies


A Kansas City man was sentenced to more than 4-years behind bars for robbing five banks in the area including one in St. Joseph. Dale Williamson, 35, Kansas City, Mo., pleaded guilty to five counts of bank robbery. In his plea, he admitted driving a getaway car in the following bank robberies: April 24, 2014, […]

Northwest announces next VP of IT

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MARYVILLE, Mo. – Northwest Missouri State University has announced Rob Thomas Jr. will serve as its next vice president of information technology. He will join Northwest Monday, Aug. 3. “Rob is a dynamic leader with a range of technology and related experiences across the business, health care and non-profit sectors,” Northwest President Dr. John Jasinski […]

Clinton County booking activity 7/6/2015

Johnson, Angela, Speeding, Failure to wear seatbelt, $157.00 Cash Only Bond

Here’s the latest booking activity from the Clinton County Jail.  All persons included in this post are innocent of crimes until proven guilty in a court of law. These are courtesy photos. This information is provided by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office and is not criminal history. The St Joseph Post assumes no legal liability or […]

(UPDATE) Missing girls found!

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(Update:) Officials announced shortly after 6am Monday that both girls had been found safe. The Buchanan County Sheriff is hoping you can help locate two children reported missing Sunday evening.  Clarity and Alicia Harding were last seen Sunday night. Alicia is a 12-year-old, white female, 5’6″ tall, weighing 120 pounds. Officials say she has shoulder […]

Princeton woman killed in head-on crash

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One person was killed and three others were hurt in a head-on crash east of Princeton, Missouri early Saturday morning.  According to the crash report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a Chevy driven by Valerie Robinson of Princeton crossed the center line and crashed into a vehicle in oncoming traffic. The driver of the […]

MoDOT plans signal work in St. Joseph


ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – Crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation plan to make improvements to two signals in St. Joseph next week. Motorists should not notice major changes at either intersection, but the new signal head and updates will improve the safety of both intersections and allow traffic to get through them more smoothly. […]