The Trenton Building and Nuisance Board last night approved nuisance declarations on seven properties.
Winston Superintendent Brian Robinson has announced classes will be dismissed early Tuesday and Wednesday.
A new car is among the major prizes to be offered at North Central Missouri College Foundationâ€™s second annual Golf Tournament set for Friday, August 30.
The Trenton Lady Bulldog softball team participated in a new event, a jamboree hosted by Brookfield High School, this past Saturday, August 24th.
The Community Blood Center conducts a blood drive in early September at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.
Dates in September have been announced for Veterans to receive assistance with benefits and claims.
Steve Maxey and Karen Saul were recent guests on KTTN's open line, discussing in detail the upcoming THS Alumni Weekend Event.
Dave Bain of Trenton was honored Friday with a surprise announcement of his selection as Trenton's first recipient of the HyVee Legendary Customer Service award.
North Central Missouri Mental Health Center at Trenton holds a free parenting class this evening, August 26th, called Parenting Infants and Toddlers.
Firefighters were called to the Ashley Yardley residence at 22-10 Bolser in Trenton early Saturday after a water heater malfunctioned and caught fire.
The Highway Patrol says a positive identification has been made, and a body found in Dade County, Mo., is that of 12-year-old Adriaunna Horton
The Princeton Lady Tigers, a program with some of its deepest young talent in recent years, are hopeful of making positive strides in the Grand River Conference in 2013.
A Ridgeway man, 34 year old Rocco Affuso, has been sentenced to a total of 66 years in prison after pleading guilty last month to 13 counts of felony abuse of a child.
Once again, the Chillicothe Police Department has been busy responding to calls from the public, including an unattended death.
Grundy County Museumâ€™s new exhibit "Grown in Grundy County" will open Saturday, August 24.
What promises to be one of the biggest parades to be held in Trenton is shaping up for the 2013 Missouri Day Festival.
Trustees of North Central Missouri College have their regular meeting this evening.
Two area school districts have announced early dismissals of classes due to the hot temperatures.
The Trenton Bulldogs had what can be considered a "solid" night of football on Friday night at South Harrison High School in Bethany.
Two people were hurt early Friday morning in separate accidents, when the motorcycles they were driving hit deer in Daviess and Putnam Counties.
Jamesport Tri County has announced an early dismissal of classes for today, tomorrow, and Wednesday. Classes at the Jamesport school buildings will let out at 12:30 this afternoon due to the hot weather.
The Macon Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a suspect in an attempted child abduction and assault.
The Missouri Department of Transportation will again be working on roads in North Missouri this week. Including some road closings.
A Mercer resident was hurt when the car she was driving went off Highway 136 near Lancaster.
The Department of Defense announced the death of two soldiers who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
A Kirksville man facing murder charges in the dismemberment of a Kirksville resident in January has been deemed incompetent to stand trial after a psychiatric review.
One man was taken into custody by the Kirksville Police Department Thursday evening after a report of a fight and an individual with a handgun at the corner of Illinois and Main streets.
The Jamesport Community Association is sponsoring a fish fry and auction. The event begins at 5:00 p.m. Friday, August 23 at the A. V. Spillman Event Center.
The US Department Of Justice, in a press release, has announced that a former area resident has been indicted on charges of child porn.
The Missouri General Assembly recently enacted new legislation affecting vehicle operation, emergency workers, sexual offenses, child abuse and neglect, and firearms.The largest changes happen within House Bill 75, which is related to firearms.
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