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Five Below, Old Navy open in Kirksville

September 22, 2022

Last week, a new Old Navy location opened in the Kirksville Commons Shopping Center, shortly after a Five Below store opened in the same shopping center. Assistant City Manager Ashley Young said the businesses will […]

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Manhunt continues into third week

August 17, 2022

UPDATED 4:54 PM 08/18/22 Jesse Rongey is suspected to have shot and dismembered Stephen Munn on Munn’s property July 5. Munn’s remains were found five days later on his property near Youngstown Trail, where authorities […]

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Geno’s is back

February 14, 2022

Originally opened as a bar during 2008, Geno’s closed when the pandemic started. The former bar will be reopening this month.  They will not be selling alcohol but will have a certified server available to […]

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Return of the New Student Welcome

October 7, 2021

Being new to a college and a city, especially during COVID-19, can be overwhelming. In Kirksville, one way the city helps connect students to the community is through the Downtown Student Welcome.  At the Downtown […]

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Greenwood receives $4.6 million

September 8, 2021

Truman State University recently received $4.6 million from the Missouri government to assist with the Greenwood Project. Truman has been working to convert the previous Greenwood Elementary School into the Greenwood Interprofessional Autism Center.  Missouri […]

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Bird scooters available in Kirksville

September 8, 2021

The city of Kirksville made a contract with a micro-mobility company, Bird, to provide electric scooters in Kirksville. The Kirksville City Council passed an ordinance May 17 to start a contract with the company, with […]