What's going on?

Rain Coming This Week?
I'm not sure which way the seasons are creeping. Is Summer plodding along as it leaves us for another year or is it Autumn that's dragging it's feet as it begins on Monday?
When Will Fall-Like Weather Arrive In Our Area?
Well, we didn't see the storms roll though our area as we thought they would have done yesterday afternoon/last night. Most of the precipitation stayed to the west and south of us, but with the system out of the area, a couple of beautiful days weather-wise are in store.
Storms Back In The Forecast
Summer is trying to hang on for a few more days. Warmer temps, humidity, and/or the possibility of storms are still in the forecast through the middle of next week.
It's Harvest Time, Stay Alert!
Farming plays a vital role in Missouri’s economy, history, and identity. In the coming weeks, farmers across the state will be harvesting their crops. Expect to see an increase in farm machinery traffic--especially on rural highways.
Cash In on Your Kids’ Old Car Seats
Do you have an old car seat in the back room or in the garage? You know the one that's covered with old Cheetos crumbs and juice stains? Here's a chance for you to unload it and save some money on future purchases at Target and Walmart. With it being National Baby Safety Month, the two ret…
Katy Trail Fall Tram Tour Scheduled For October
If you love the scenery of fall colors along Missouri River bluffs, you'll enjoy the Fall Colors Tram Tours Oct. 23 and 24. The two-hour roundtrip tours will take visitors on the Katy Trail between Rocheport and McBaine in the comfort of a tram coach.
Hello Summer, My Old Friend
Just when we thought cooler temperatures were going to stay around for a while, Summer opened her doors and said, "Welcome Back!" Still a few more days of warmer days are ahead of us but the cooler temps are waiting in the wings.
Cerner Corporation To Cut 255 Jobs
As part of a wider effort to cut costs within the healthcare IT business, Cerner Corporation will lay off 255 workers. These cuts will not affect job holders in Kansas City but also jobs in Cerner offices across the country.