August 3, 2016
CAMERON, Mo – Starting August 8, 2016, bridge construction will begin at the U.S. Route 36 and Interstate 35 interchange, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation. Traffic will be head to head as contractors from Emery Sapp and Sons, Inc. replace the eastbound bridge...
KIDDER PICNIC - Thursday thru Sunday ~ August 4th – 7th
City Park ~ Kidder, MO
THURSDAY – AUG 4
2:00 p.m. Informal Program
Bingo, cakewalk and games for adults and children in the pavilion.
7:00 p.m. Little Mr. & Miss Kidder Contest
Ages 5, 6 and 7 are eligible to enter. Registration at 6:30...
The following is the unofficial Primary Election Results
Registered Voters - 6,135 Total Ballots - 1,466 23.90%
Votes per Party
Constitution Party - 1; Libertarian Party- 7; Republican Party - 1,208; Democratic Party - 250
Jason Kander – 175; Chief Wana Dubie – 27...
Kidder will hold their horse show in conjunction with their annual picnic on Saturday, Aug. 6, at 8:00 a.m.
Entries $3 per class or ride all day for $25
High Point 13 and under, 14 and over, Sportsmanship 13 and under, 14 and over
Showmanship – Open (non-point)
Halter – Open (non-point)
Well, they’re back. The Grain Belt Clean Line project has re-submitted an application to the Public Service Commission of Missouri for certification as a utility, which would give the company the power of eminent domain. The original application was denied by the PSC because the transmission line...
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Zika Case Count: As of July 27, there were more than 6,400 (+1,200 compared to last week) confirmed cases of Zika virus in U.S. States and Territories.
· 1,658 (+254) confirmed cases of Zika in U.S. States and Washington DC.
· 4,750 (+923)...
Plants and people are alike when it comes to sizzling temperatures.
Some wilt. Some rejoice in the summer sun.
The right plants in the right place can make gardens burst with summer color, says University of Missouri Extension horticulture specialist David Trinklein. The wrong plant disappoints and...
Eleven year old Jaden Burns, of Braymer, tried every sport there was, baseball, soccer, swim team, karate, barrels, poles, roping, goat tying. He wasn’t interested in wrestling, didn't want to wear a singlet, didn't want to try out for football; he was running out of choices.
That was when Jaden...
Current high heat puts the public at risk.
Since 1980, heat waves in Missouri have killed more people than lightning, tornadoes, thunderstorms and floods combined, says University of Missouri Extension climatologist Pat Guinan.
Guinan says the length of the recent heat wave, combined with unusually...
Greetings Friends! To say it has been HOT is an understatement. I hope everyone is staying cool during these extremely hot days and remembering to check on elderly family and neighbors. Also, don't forget about our outdoor family critters; they get hot too and need extra water and cool place to...