St. Joseph was forced to move on to its fourth city manager in one year, when Gary Edwards unexpectedly resigned after two months on the job. Even though Edwards’ time with the city was short, officials still gathered important takeaways.
Elected officials in Mercer County Missouri passed an ordinance Monday that allows local deputies to arrest federal agents should they enforce certain gun laws.
The city of St. Joseph still has about $700,000 of its original $1.3 million in CARES Act funds to be allocated to public service agencies and small businesses.
The St. Joseph City Council voted unanimously to have customers pay a processing fee for most electronic payments and not just credit cards, as the previous ordinance stated.
Missouri voters added medical marijuana to the state’s constitution, putting it on the same pedestal as due process and gun rights. But lawyers fear a new Missouri Supreme Court comment will make it impossible to represent medical marijuana clients.
After rolling blackouts impacted much of the region, some of Missouri’s federal legislators are asking a regulatory agency to investigate if a shortage of natural gas contributed to the problem.
When members of the St. Joseph City Council began their four-year term in 2018, they created a strategic plan with three areas of focus. As they approach their final year in office, councilmembers are looking back on what goals they accomplished and which ones remain unfulfilled.
The city has created a $52 million plan to renovate the Krug Park Amphitheater in hopes to open for concerts by the summer of 2022.
St. Joseph Rep. Brenda Shields has filed legislation that would amend Missouri’s constitution to prevent insurance companies from denying coverage because of a preexisting condition.
Didn’t get your stimulus payments in 2020? Tax season may offer an opportunity to fix that.