Community volunteers showed off their art skills at Trails West, while promoting the importance of water and environmental conservation.
Small amounts of radiation are normal, but too
much exposure can lead to life threatening health problems.
Wednesday marked the last day of school before summer vacation for St. Joseph schools, but the staff is already looking ahead to next year.
The St. Joseph School District will release students two hours early on Thurs. Aug. 30 due to high temperatures.
A local food bank is making sure children in St. Joseph won't go hungry
this summer. Second Harvest is kicking off No Hunger Summer on Monday,
extending Backpack Buddies past the school year.
Area youth are getting involved with the political process in St. Joseph. They've created a video that promotes a school bond proposal that goes before voters next month.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is providing mercury drop-off sites throughout the state. There will be 11 sites in northwest Missouri.