These panorama photos come to us courtesy of Photos By Britt, a portrait studio located in Hamburg, IA. 06/15/2011 at 7:30 AM This picture was taken at 3:00PM on 06/15/2011
With thanks to the Hamburg Flood Page from this pic. Apparently Diane Sawyer and her editors at ABC Nightly News need a geography lesson.
Hockey fans in Vancouver did not like losing the Stanley Cup final to Boston this week. They erupted into a riot. But was that couple really taking time off amid the chaos for a deeply romantic kiss? Officials say about 140 people had to be treated for injuries from Wednesday night’s riots. The riots erupted […]
Photo’s taken Tuesday, June 14th at the Remington Nature Center and Heritage Park along the Riverfront at St. Joseph. The river level was at 23.11 feet at midday Tuesday.
A study by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University ranked Missouri 5th out of 50 states in freedom. This study comprehensively ranks the American states on their public policies that affect individual freedoms in the economic, social, and personal spheres. It updates, expands, and improves upon the Center’s inaugural 2009 Freedom in the 50 […]
Kevin Connell is a retired guidance counselor from Oregon, Missouri, now working as a disaster specialist for the American Red Cross out of the Midland Empire Chapter in St. Joseph. Connell, a veteran of about 27 disaster responses, recently returned home from two weeks helping tornado victims in Joplin. He then took one day off, […]
This is your chance to try fishing without having to buy a permit. The Missouri Conservation Department Free Fishing Days are going on this weekend. Saturday and Sunday, June 11 and 12, anyone can fish state controlled water without a permit, trout permit or prescribed are daily tag. Some requirements for special permits still apply and normal […]
ST LOUIS (AP) – Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has cut $172 millionfrom Missouri’s budget, including state aid for public schools anduniversities. The cuts announced Friday include an $8 million reduction instate busing aid to public school districts, nearly $17 million inbasic aid to colleges and universities and $3 million in collegescholarships. The total also includes […]
Earlier than scheduled and because of faster rising flood waters, all southbound and northbound lanes of Interstate 29 between mile marker 61 (near Crescent) and the I-680/I-29 interchange at mile marker 71 (near Loveland) have been closed, according to the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT). Road information by the Iowa Department of Transportation is online […]
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance finding two alleged fugitives: Dan James Madison, 42, Chillicothe, is wanted on Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged Probation Violation on an original charge of class C felony Domestic Assault in 2nd Degree. Bond has been set at $10,000 cash only. Jason Dean Ritchie, 32, […]