City

Local food truck hits the streets

December 7, 2019

Inspired by a creek close to his home, local business owner Aaron Zentz decided to call his newly opened food truck Hog Creek Classics. Kirksville has the highest number of employment in Adair County. Along […]

Campus

DPS declares no threat to campus

October 27, 2019

This story has been updated since its original publication Oct. 27   The Truman State University Department of Public Safety made a post to its social media accounts Sunday night stating that there was no […]

City

Scooter’s Coffee comes to Kirksville

October 18, 2019

Scooter’s Coffee is a drive-thru regional coffee shop chain that will be joining the Kirksville community by mid-November this year. Scooter’s menu offers iced, hot or blended drinks and a variety of burritos, sandwiches and […]

City

Baltimore repair plans move ahead

August 30, 2019

Plans to repair Baltimore Street from Illinois Street to just south of Patterson Street are moving forward as right of way plans have been approved.  Project Manager Keith Killen said the Missouri Department of Transportation […]

City

New arts center to be built

August 23, 2019

After a ground-breaking ceremony in May, construction is now underway for the Sue Ross Arts Center and is expected to take approximately seven months. This new arts center will be located at the corner of […]

City

Renewable energy panel talks wind farm project

May 3, 2019

Editor’s Note: This story has been edited to correct information previously reported and later said to be inaccurate. A renewable energy panel met at Take Root Cafe April 25 during Earth Week. The event was […]