Five people were injured, three of them seriously, when two vehicles collided at an intersection five miles south of Gower in rural Clinton County. It happened at the junction of Highway 116 and County Line Road.
Cortney Roberts, the daughter of Shelly Rinehart and Todd and Shelley Roberts, signed a letter of intent to play both softball and basketball at North Central Missouri College in Trenton, Lady Pirates Basketball Coach Jenni Croy announced. Roberts is a graduate of Southwest R-1 School at Ludlow.
Eighty-one standout athletes have converged on North Central Missouri College in Trenton for the 2012 Lions All-Star Basketball Classic tonight and tomorrow (June 1st and 2nd). Four girls teams and four boys teams representing Lions Clubs from across northern Missouri will meet for a day of practice, tonight's awards banquet, and a total of eight games where an eventual champion will be crowned.
The Elizabeth and Arthur Barton Farm Campus at Trenton has received a monetary gift, in the first disbursement from the estate of the late Doctor James and Joanna Whitley of Columbia. That first disbursement is nearly $458,000 to support the construction of the farm campus.
A Wheeling resident, 33 year old William Knouse, has been accused in Livingston County with manufacturing or attempting to manufacture methamphetamine and three counts of first degree child endangerment.
Attendance at the Trenton Family Aquatic Center during the first five days of this season is 1,042. That is up more than 400 (410) over 2011 and by 48 compared in 2010 during the first five days of the season.
A man from Unionville was injured late Wednesday morning when an all-terrain vehicle he was operating overturned north of Unionville. Forty-one year old Derrek Gilworth was flown by medical helicopter to University Hospital in Columbia, with injuries described as SERIOUS by the Highway Patrol.
The Missouri Department of Conservation will hold an informational open house on CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE at Macon County High School in New Cambria this Saturday afternoon (June 2nd) from 1 to 4 o'clock.
Conditions were sunny, warm and windy when the Five Points flagpole dedication was held late Monday morning in downtown Trenton. Toward the end of the thirty minute ceremony was the raising of a large U-S flag to the top of the pole.
Two all-terrain vehicles collided on Sunday afternoon eight miles west of Princeton, injuring three people. The Highway Patrol described injuries as SERIOUS for 22 year old Lacey Edwards of Hamilton, who was flown by medical helicopter to North Kansas City Hospital. She was a passenger on an ATV driven by 22 year old John Whitsell of Clarksdale.
Although it is still five months away, the Trenton Rotary Club is announcing that they are accepting entries for the annual Missouri Day Festival parade. The October 20th parade will start at 8:30 in the morning and include numerous high school marching bands. Steve Maxey can be contacted with parade entries.
Children are invited to outdoor events this Saturday, June 2nd, at a campground west of Trenton. The National Wild Turkey Federation sponsors its annual JAKES Day events starting at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Activities are designed for boys and girls age 5 to 15. They will need to be accompanied by a parent and / or guardian. Drinks will be provided.