Court Tosses Out Lawsuit on Biofuel Waivers

A federal court dismissed one of the multiple lawsuits challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s use of small refinery exemptions. The Washington, D.C., District Court of Appeals said in its ruling that the Advanced Biofuels Association […]

Trump Pressuring Pelosi for USMCA Vote

While the House impeachment hearings got started on Wednesday, Republicans are trying to make the case that the issue is making it difficult to pass the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement.   Speaking Tuesday in New York, President […]

Farmers Using Less Water to Irrigate

The 2018 Irrigation and Water Management Survey results are out this week, showing that over 231,400 farms irrigated 55.9 million acres. That included 83.4 million acre-feet of water in the United States. By way of […]

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  • Longtime radio personality moves morning show to JoeTown 107.5
    Longtime radio personality Gregg Lynn will be taking his morning show to JoeTown. After 18 years on K-JO 105.5, The Gregg Lynn Radio Show moves to JoeTown 107.5 on Friday, November 15th. The move will not be far, physically, as the JoeTown studio is just across the hall from the K-JO 105.5 studio.JoeTown 107.5 launched this […]
  • Sunny today with temps in the 40s
    Temperatures will stay below average today, but will finally return to normal starting tomorrow. High temperatures look to stay above 50 through the next 7 days as we get an actual week of fall to settle into the area. Here’s the 7-day forecast from the National Weather Service:Today: Sunny, with a high near 40. Northwest […]
  • St. Joseph man sentenced to 14 years in prison for shooting
    By BRENT MARTINSt. Joseph PostA 35-year-old St. Joseph man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for shooting a woman who owed him $800 for drugs.The Buchanan County Prosecuting Attorney’s office reports James Mueller was sentenced by Circuit Judge Dan Kellogg.St. Joseph Police says Mueller and 25-year-old Damien Woolery shared a residence at 1101 […]
  • Tarkio College emerges from bankruptcy as Tarkio Tech
    By BRENT MARTINSt. Joseph PostTarkio College is rising out of the ashes of bankruptcy to once again offer courses, this time as a technical and career school.Tarkio College, now Tarkio Technology Institute, will begin offering classes in January in plumbing, wind energy, and academic development.Interim President John Davis credits Tarkio College alumni who have worked […]

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