For one Buchanan County resident, flooding has become a fact of life.
Water is up to the halfway point of Wade Braaten's house. He won't be able to make repairs on it until spring 2020.
Wade Braaten stands in his gutted house on Sugar Lake. Water from flooding is still in his crawl space underneath the house.
Kegs holding some of River Bluff Brewing’s own beer, they are rolling out new brews for the fall season.
River Bluff Brewing’s brewing equipment is available for viewing whenever you walk into the bar.
On Interstate 229 right by the 22nd Street exit, there are a lot of trees and brush along the side of the road. It is perfect for deer to rema…
Deer hunting season is in full swing in northwest Missouri. With the spike in deer activity, it unfortunately results in a peak for deer traff…
Sugar Lake lies in the middle of Lewis and Clark Village, with one of the four Buchanan County levees in the background