A universal playground will be built at the new YMCA Community Campus in St. Joseph.
Women from the St. Joseph community were honored Thursday at the YWCA's Women of Excellence luncheon.
After a year's worth of training, some local athletes are on their way to the Olympic games. They're some of the top performers with the Special Olympics.
Kids get the opportunity to learn basic, yet, essential information to keep them safe in the community.
A group of students at Humboldt Elementary School came up with the idea for the service project.
Students celebrated the opening of their community garden Monday.
An assembly line formed early Friday morning outside the Remington Nature Center in St. Joseph. Rotary members from three clubs handed boxes, filled with shoes, from one person to the next.
Students will are responsible for planting the garden and taking care of it during the school year. They learn about responsibility throughout the process.
Students at Hyde Elementary took part in a special ceremony Friday, recognizing St. Joseph as a Tree City USA. This is the 21st year the city received the designation.
Nearly 200 volunteers will help decide how campaign funds are sorted out. They're working to make sure every dollar goes where it's needed most.
Caroline's Cart doubles as a basket for groceries and wheel chair to accommodate children with special needs.
During a ceremony Friday at East Hills mall, St. Joseph City Councilwoman Donna Jean Boyer read a proclamation from Mayor Bill Falkner.
Nathan Ice took first place in this year's St. Joe's Got Talent competition at the Missouri Theater with his original song "All In."
An accident that disrupted a way of life for a northeast Kansas farmer has brought his community together.
The 9th Annual Praise Dance Festival, at Word of Faith brought joy and inspiration to audience.
The district is one of three in Missouri to be recognized with a Best Communities for Music Education designation.
A group of students in St. Joseph are learning what it takes to land a job in journalism.
The Allied Arts Council selected Justin Border's design for the second public art project. His creation is based on a diagram of the Missouri River flood plains dating back to the 1930s. It also includes a stylized map of St. Joseph.
Truman Middle School in St. Joseph received recognition for Project Lead the Way, a program that teaches engineering to students.
The Special Olympics of Missouri celebrates with cold, hard cash after dozens braved the icy edges of Lake Contrary last weekend.
Shaun Agnew is Shrek in the upcoming production of Shrek: The Musical. And he plays opposite of his wife, who is in the role of Princess Fiona.
Missouri Western's "Mama Griffs" group invited future Griffs to take part in a special day at the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
Guests spent time in the one-room Pony School, where they saw just how different a day in class was back in the 1860s. They also learned about the job of a Pony Express rider.
Deanna Kelley recently earned a spot among the top school counselors in the United States.
The St. Joseph Youth Alliance was recently awarded a 5-year, $625,000 grant. The grant will be used to strengthen youth substance abuse prevention through the Drug Free Community Coalition.
The money went to Second Harvest Community Food Bank. The donation is enough to provide 250,000 pounds of fresh produce to the food bank's clients.
Stephanie Grable loves books, and she knows people going through treatment for cancer could use an escape while in the hospital.
The stage is set for a night of magic and mystery in St. Joseph. The International Superstars of Magic and Comedy returns to the Missouri Theater next month.
International Paper, located at 4725 Easton Road, is investing $12 million in equipment to increase efficiency and capacity.
The annual Pound Plunge kicks off next week in St. Joseph. Participants can sign up on their own or with a team. They will weigh in weekly and have a shot a prizes.
Ronald White may not be the richest man alive, but he has a heart of gold. The father of five wanted to do something special for children who were less fortunate in his community.
Aliyah Hall, 14, was born with down syndrome She is in her second year as a cheerleader at Truman Middle School.
Students from four St. Joseph middle schools collected different items for a Thanksgiving meal and donated them to Second Harvest Community Food Bank.
With Thanksgiving just a few days away, some are getting a little help with their holiday meal. They lined up early for the annual giveaway at Second Harvest Community Food Bank Monday afternoon.
Volunteers round up workers, money to build a new addition for John Shankman. He was seriously injured in a rollover accident in March.
A northwest Missouri principal is geared up for deer season, but not the deer season so many others look forward to. The "dear" season at St. Gregory's in Maryville stands for Drop Everything And Read.
What has become a weekly routine for Harold McCampbell, Don Ransom, Mike Scheidegger and Sandy Gumm was put on hold after one group member found a lump in his neck.
Stephanie Grable, a librarian, agreed to let her students stick her to the wall with duct tape if they met a $2,500 fundraising goal during the fall book sale.
A simple idea has turned into a rewarding experience for a group of women in St. Joseph
How different might your career path have been if you would have actually tried it out before you took the job? Hundreds of high school students got that opportunity Thursday during a unique event at Missouri Western State University.
The United Way is already about a quarter of the way to the goal for the year. Campaign leaders hope to raise about $3.3 million in nine weeks.
PTA members from schools with air conditioning delivered popsicles to students at the schools without in St. Joseph Friday.
Central High School's Elizabeth Goller, a senior, and Gene Hayes, a junior, have been recognized by the National Association for Music Education Honor Ensembles.
Eleven college athletes across the Midwest are volunteering to coach kids in sports as well as offering spiritual guidance at McCarthy Baptist Church.
Dozens of kids enjoyed a dip in the pool Tuesday as part of the St. Joseph Sertoma Club's annual Deaf Camp.
More than 50 kids are learning about the 1800s - everything from what it was like to attend class in a one-room school house to the clothing worn during that time.
Second Harvest Community Food Bank invites kids to stop by four cafe sites from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. to take part in the summer feeding program.
More than 1,000 women and men filled downtown St. Joseph's Civic Arena for the Women of Excellence lunchoeon. The event recognizes women in the workforce, volunteerism and future leaders.
Cast members performed in the main lobby of Heartland Regional Medical Center to kick off their tour. Click the link above to hear some of their performance.
A group of women at Zion United Church of Christ volunteer to show they care about those in need.