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News : Jury Trial Scheduled For Trenton Woman Among Cases In Division One Of Circuit Court
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 10:23:58 (1315 reads)

In Division One of Grundy County Circuit Court, a jury trial has been scheduled for a rural Trenton resident charged with multiple counts of 1st degree statutory sodomy, sexual exploitation of a minor, use of a child in a sexual performance, and incest between January of 2012 and January of last year.
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Accidents : Unionville Teen Transported To Hospital After Saturday Accident
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 10:10:00 (207 reads)

A Unionville resident was hurt late Saturday afternoon when the sport utility vehicle she was driving ran off a road west of Green City, struck a ditch, and overturned.
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Sports : King City Boys Keep Princeton From GRC Title
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/23 9:00:00 (281 reads)

The King City Wildkats sprung an upset on cold-shooting Princeton on Friday night, with a 50-41 win leaving Stanberry and Braymer with an equal share of the 2014-2015 Grand River Conference championship.
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News : Alternative Ways To Pay For Highway Repairs, Construction
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 7:27:51 (95 reads)

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - For nearly a century, the gasoline tax has provided the financial foundation for the nation's roads. For each gallon they pump, motorists have paid several additional cents in taxes to their state and federal governments.
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News : Governors: No Clear Plan If Healthcare Subsidies Fall
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 4:26:15 (106 reads)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Millions of people could lose health insurance subsidies in the coming months if the Supreme Court sides with opponents of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
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News : St. Joseph School District Dumps Superintendent After Scathing Audit
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 4:06:36 (279 reads)

(NewspressNow)- The St. Joseph School District Board of Education has voted to terminate the contract of Superintendent Dr. Fred Czerwonka.
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News : Liberty Man Likely To Die In Prison For Molesting Preschoolers
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 4:00:00 (236 reads)

LIBERTY, MO (KCTV) - A 69-year-old Liberty man who would offer neighborhood children cookies will spend the rest of his life behind bars for molesting two young girls.
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News : Recognitions To Be Announced For Dr. and Mrs. Jim Whitley
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/20 10:38:17 (186 reads)

At next week’s North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees meeting, College President Dr. Neil Nuttall will provide an update on the continued legacy of Jim and Joanna Whitley.
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Sports : Royals Sign Hosmer To Two-Year Deal
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/20 10:12:42 (124 reads)

The Kansas City Royals announced today that the club has agreed to terms with first baseman Eric Hosmer on a two-year contract, avoiding arbitration. Consistent with club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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Sports : PC Midgets Make The Move, Jump To Grand River Conference
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/20 8:00:00 (494 reads)

A Thursday morning decision by Putnam County School Superintendent Heath Halley has left the quickly-expanding Grand River Conference at 16 teams, while leaving the Tri-Rivers Conference future in serious question.
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News : Missouri State Highway Patrol Looking To Hire More Troopers
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/20 4:11:24 (201 reads)

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is looking to fill new troopers and are starting testing to hire more throughout the state.

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News : Missouri To Extradite Man Convicted In 6 Illinois Killings
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/20 4:07:29 (217 reads)

PONTIAC, Il. (AP) - A judge has granted a request by Missouri prosecutors to extradite a man serving life sentences for six Illinois slayings who is also accused of killing an Arkansas couple in 2008.
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News : Victim Sends Strong Warning To Protect Other Women From Stalking
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/20 3:59:42 (180 reads)

FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) -Just the word stalking can evoke fear, and, one woman, who was the victim of a high-profile stalking case in Johnson County, knows firsthand the pure terror it brings and how life-changing it can be.


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News : Dead Animals Repeatedly Dumped On Family's Front Porch
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/20 3:51:35 (491 reads)

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) - Three teens are accused of dumping dead animals on a family's porch.

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News : County Commissioners Accept Bids To Repair Courthouse
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 10:42:08 (158 reads)

Grundy County Commissioners have accepted a quote from a Lenexa, Kansas firm for repairs to the Courthouse and Prosecuting Attorney's office.

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News : Guns And Knives Along With Model Train Show Set For Marceline
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 10:15:34 (119 reads)

Marceline will be the site of a gun, knife, ammunition, and archery show March 27th and 28th. It's described as everything for the hunter.
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News : Princeton 7th Grader Wins Mercer County Spelling Bee
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/23 9:31:53 (146 reads)

Princeton seventh grader Robert Esposito was first and North Mercer sixth grade student Decci Hartsock second in the Mercer County Spelling Bee.

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Sports : THS Finishes Regular Season With Losses At Hamilton
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/23 8:40:00 (118 reads)

The Trenton High School Bulldogs were swept in a varsity doubleheader at Penney High School last Thursday night, in action broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.
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News : Elijah Marsh, 3, Found Frozen To Death, Locked Outside In Diaper
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 4:34:47 (1587 reads)

(Huffington Post) - A community is rallying around a Toronto family after their 3-year-old boy -- who wandered into the cold Thursday night, wearing nothing but a diaper, T-shirt and boots -- was found dead near his home.

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News : Missouri Republicans Divided Over Gubernatorial Candidates
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 4:15:43 (99 reads)

KANSAS CITY (AP) - State Republicans say a primary battle for the Missouri governor's race in 2016 threatens to divide the party.
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News : Police: Girl Wandered Into Cold While Mother Drove Off To Smoke Marijuana
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 4:01:36 (285 reads)

NEW LONDON, CT (WFSB) - A mother from New London is accused of leaving her young children alone, one of whom wandered outside into the cold, while she drove around the city smoking marijuana.

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News : KC Woman Stabbed To Death Over Cigarettes
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/23 3:55:29 (226 reads)

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A Kansas City woman has been charged in connection with a fatal stabbing over cigarettes.

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Sports : NCMC Holiday Hoops Recognizes Sportsmanship Winners
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/20 10:18:18 (233 reads)

Winners of the 2014 High School Holiday Hoops Sportsmanship Award were announced last week with individual presentations before home crowd fans and family.
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Sports : NCMC Softball Signs Canadian Pitcher
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/20 9:30:00 (211 reads)

The Lady Pirates softball team at North Central Missouri College has signed a player from the Canadian province of Alberta to pitch for the squad, starting in the 2015-2016 season.
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News : Moberly High School Goes On High Alert, 4 Bullets Found
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/20 4:14:04 (261 reads)

(KOMU) - Moberly High School went on high alert status Thursday after students and teachers found four bullets on a hallway floor.
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News : Missouri Lawmaker Wants Disclosure Of Unvaccinated Children
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/20 4:09:44 (164 reads)

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - A Missouri Republican wants to require preschools and daycare centers to tell parents if there are other children attending who have not been vaccinated against measles or other illnesses.
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News : Missouri Man Accused Of Assaulting Therapist After Massage
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/20 4:03:32 (401 reads)

MESA, Ariz. (AP) - A Missouri man has been arrested for alleged assault and unlawful imprisonment after a dispute over money following a massage.
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News : Mother Punches Son, Says He's To Feminine, Gay
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/20 3:55:02 (223 reads)

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Neighbors of Jacqueline Alexander are shocked any mother would beat her son for acting “too feminine and too gay.”
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News : Robert Graham Makes Appearance In Court
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 10:48:15 (1504 reads)

A man charged in Iowa with attempted murder for a shooting at Chariton January 16th has been ordered held another sixty days, or until a governor's warrant from Iowa is issued, which ever occurs first.

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News : Trenton Economic Development Committee Meeting Report
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/19 10:37:38 (210 reads)

The Trenton Economic Development Committee is asking Community Development Director, Ralph Boots, to seek representatives from various segments for a meeting to determine community needs.
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