Kirksville City Council approved funding Dec. 21 for a new production line at the Kirksville Kraft plant. Kraft will purchase Chapter 100 Bonds, which allow cities to construct or improve warehouse or industrial facilities with bond proceeds.The bonds Kraft […]
Truman State officials granted an appeal and currently are reviewing a remanded Title IX offense case involving four Truman students. Senior Duncan Holahan reportedly was harassed and threatened with assault by senior Connor Brown, junior […]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Missouri and Southern Iowa art guild had a fundraising event at Jackson Stables on October 29th. MOSI art promotes art, encouraging local artists to be more confident and to improve local artist’s skills.[/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tc9f7qoAsM”][/vc_column][/vc_row]
The Missouri Public Service Commission hosted the last public hearing for the Mark Twain Transmission Project yesterday, Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. at Truman State’s Student Union Building Activities Room. Several Kirksville residents and landowners […]
Parents have voiced concern about the Ray Miller Elementary principal after discovering her husband is a registered sex offender in Missouri. Principal Jennifer Botello is new to the Kirksville R-III school district this year and […]
Join Jasmine Adams in TMN”s new television segment The L.I.K.E. (Living In Kirksville Educationally), a new segment on TMN Television with fun facts about Kirksville. This week, we focus on where Kirksville got its name.
Through no fault of its own, Kirksville will be losing 275 full-time jobs and 100 part-time jobs, according to a November 2014 KTVO article. This is the direct result of the Kraft-Heinz Corporation’s decision to […]