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News : Insurance Premiums Could Jump 34 Percent
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/9 8:01:45 (229 reads)

People who pay premiums for individual health insurance policies - either directly from a company or through HealthCare.gov - could pay a lot more for insurance next year.
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News : Convicted Sex Offender Arrested In Milan
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/9 6:46:27 (500 reads)

(KTVO) - A northeast Missouri sex offender is in trouble with the law again.

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News : Sheriff: Intruder Assaulted Homeowner Who Shot, Killed Him
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/9 4:50:00 (579 reads)

COOPER COUNTY - An intruder shot to death during a home invasion assaulted the homeowner, according to Cooper County Sheriff Jerry Wolfe.
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News : Missouri man breaks record for shooting biggest carpsucker
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/9 4:27:55 (205 reads)

SMITHVILLE (AP) - A northwest Missouri man caught a record-breaking fish using a bow and arrow.
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News : Man Arrested On Multiple Charges In Chillicothe
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/9 4:00:00 (648 reads)

Deputy Nicholas Leadbetter was heading to the Sheriff’s Office to clean up after helping a stranded motorist near Mooresville when he witnessed a vehicle traveling the wrong direction on Cherry Street.

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News : Once Covered, Jesus Symbol Placed On Missouri Veteran Memorial
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/8 7:00:00 (127 reads)

(columbiatribune.com) - An unofficial “Jesus fish” symbol has returned to the Operation Desert Storm veterans memorial on the Boone County Courthouse plaza.

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News : Strip Club Seeks Recent High School Grads For Employment
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/8 4:20:00 (275 reads)

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) - There are numerous ways to pay for college, some more conventional than others.
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News : Area Youth To Travel To National 4-H Shooting Competition
Posted by Tom on 2015/6/5 10:50:11 (140 reads)

Youth from Grundy, Harrison and Linn Counties are expected to represent various Missouri teams in the National 4-H shooting sports competitions later this month in central Nebraska.
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News : Relay For Life Tonight Outside Trenton High School
Posted by Tom on 2015/6/5 10:06:47 (120 reads)

Grundy County's annual Relay For Life event will be held tonight (Friday night) in the Circle Drive area outside the Trenton Middle and High School complex.
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News : Trenton To Seek Grant For 17th Street Bridge Replacement
Posted by Tom on 2015/6/3 15:04:12 (265 reads)

The City of Trenton will seek a state grant that, if approved, will be one of the components in financing construction of a new 17th Street bridge, among other improvements in that area.
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News : Union Pacific Closes Two Crossings Tuesday
Posted by Tom on 2015/6/2 6:35:38 (125 reads)

Crews from the Union Pacific Railroad have closed two railroad crossings – one in Daviess county and the other in Caldwell county – while maintenance work is being done today (Tuesday). Motorists will need to use alternative roads.
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News : NCMC Dean Retires After 27 Years
Posted by Tom on 2015/5/27 16:04:44 (452 reads)

When Janet Vanderpool retires next month as dean of allied health services at North Central Missouri College, she will conclude 27 years of employment.
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News : Bluegrass Festival Coming To Chillicothe In June
Posted by Tom on 2015/5/27 15:50:42 (219 reads)

The schedule for The Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival in Chilicothe on the night of June 19th shows the Dough Boys at 6:30, the KBA Treblemakers at 7, and the Peterson Family at 8 o'clock. The schedule on Saturday, June 20th starts with a welcome at 12:15.
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News : Remains of Man Missing More Than 20 Years Found In Submerged Car
Posted by Randy on 2015/5/27 4:28:16 (476 reads)

MIAMI COUNTY, KS (KCTV) - The remains of a Paola man who went missing more than 20 years ago were found in a submerged car at a Miami County lake.
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News : Inmate Sentenced To Life In Prison May Be Free Man This Summer
Posted by Randy on 2015/5/26 4:21:12 (572 reads)

(KOMU) - An inmate who was sentenced life in prison without parole may be a free man this summer.
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News : Buzzard Run Featured On Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/9 7:56:07 (156 reads)

A benefit for Trenton R-9's special education program involves members of a local family who have organized activities for June 13th – including a motorcycle ride, poker run, a barbecue meal, music, and numerous prizes.
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News : North Central Missouri Mental Health Center To Hold Parenting Classes
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/9 6:40:23 (171 reads)

North Central Missouri Mental Health Center plans free parenting classes at its Brookfield offices on six consecutive Tuesday mornings.
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News : Missouri ranks 27th for best place to start a new business
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/9 4:48:04 (115 reads)

The U.S. Department of Labor released its May jobs report Friday, stating 370,000 people became self-employed in May.
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News : Pregnant woman who vanished on delivery date found safe
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/9 4:04:14 (332 reads)

SALISBURY, NC (WSOC/CNN) - A pregnant woman, who vanished just hours before she was due to have a cesarean section, has been found in North Carolina.
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News : Trenton Police Host "Cops and Bobbers" Event
Posted by Tom on 2015/6/8 9:26:34 (83 reads)

Trenton Police Department hosted 48 children at the 3rd Annual Cops ‘N Bobbers fishing event. Many fish were caught as area kids spent Saturday morning fishing with members of the Trenton Police Department and other law enforcement officers.
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News : Abandoned Dog Rescued After Getting Head Stuck In Jar
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/8 4:20:00 (174 reads)

DENHAM SPRINGS, LA (WAFB) - It took a Good Samaritan and volunteers with the SPCA of Livingston, and members of the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office five days to find a dog who was in serious need of immediate help.
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News : Boy, 4, Dies After Ingesting Cinnamon
Posted by Randy on 2015/6/8 4:10:00 (365 reads)

RICHMOND, KY (CNN/WLEX) - A common household ingredient led to the death of a 4-year-old after he climbed kitchen counters and got his hands on it.
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News : Princeton Superintendent Accepts St. Joseph Job
Posted by Tom on 2015/6/5 10:35:45 (304 reads)

The St. Joseph News-Press is reporting that Princeton R-5 Superintendent Robert Newhart will become the interim director of the St. Joseph School District.
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News : Walking Trail Construction To Resume
Posted by Tom on 2015/6/4 15:44:35 (147 reads)

Work is scheduled to resume soon on the Wright Memorial Hospital Walking Trail in Trenton.
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News : Ag Land Values Going Up
Posted by Tom on 2015/6/3 7:34:10 (142 reads)

New agriculture productivity land values are in effect across Missouri. Information provided by the Grundy County Assessor's office shows the 2015 increase in productivity valuation is the first in 20 years (1995).
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News : Donations Sought For Trenton Fireworks Display
Posted by Tom on 2015/6/1 13:05:53 (106 reads)

Donations are being sought from the public, businesses, and organizations, to help play for fireworks in Trenton the night of Friday, July 3rd.
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News : Newtown-Harris Announces Teacher Resignation And Hire
Posted by Tom on 2015/5/27 15:57:40 (570 reads)

The Newtown-Harris Board of Education has accepted the resignation of junior and senior high school social studies teacher Tash Dowell. She has accepted a teaching position in Hamilton.
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News : Public Input Sought For Poosey Conservation Area Plan
Posted by Randy on 2015/5/27 5:37:33 (272 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) wants to know what Missourians think about its nearly 1,000 conservation areas around the state.
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News : Missouri Man Dies After Being Bitten In Both Legs By Snake
Posted by Randy on 2015/5/27 4:12:43 (1606 reads)

(News-Leader) - A Nixa man who waded into the James River on Friday was bitten on both legs by a venomous snake and died Saturday.
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News : Police: 3 Children Hurt When Water Spout Uproots Bounce House
Posted by Randy on 2015/5/26 4:07:52 (301 reads)

MIAMI (AP) -- Two of the three children tossed onto a South Florida beach from a bounce house sent flying by a waterspout have been sent home from a hospital with minor injuries, hours after the inflatable was sent airborne above palm trees and a four-lane road, police said.
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