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News : Health Center Hosts Open House To Kick Off Public Health Month
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 8:37:34 (75 reads)

The Livingston County Health Center in Chillicothe will host an "Outdoors Open House" at its parking lot on Tuesday (March 31st), as an early kickoff for Public Health Month.
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News : State To Fully Fund A+ Program In Spring Term
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 8:26:02 (75 reads)

In spite of earlier projections of a shortfall in A+ funding for the spring 2015 term, the state of Missouri has now announced that funding is available to cover all A+ credit hour costs (tuition and fees) for eligible students.
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News : Senator McCaskill To Host Senior Listening Session In Chillicothe
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 8:20:57 (111 reads)

United States Senator Claire McCaskill is launching a series of Senior Listening Sessions across Missouri next week to hear from seniors on issues facing older Americans.
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News : Vehicle Reported Stolen In Chillicothe, Recovered In Springfield
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 7:41:46 (223 reads)

On Tuesday morning, officers of the Chillicothe Police Department were contacted by the Springfield (MO) Police Department, in regards to a vehicle reported stolen in Chillicothe on March 4th.
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News : Discount Offered On May 2016 NCMC Group Trip To Europe
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 7:24:41 (73 reads)

A discount is offered through March 31, 2015 for persons signing up for North Central Missouri College’s group trip to Europe in May 2016.
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News : Grundy R-5 Hires New Vo-Ag Teacher
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/26 13:35:45 (161 reads)

The Grundy R-5 Board of Education has approved the employment of Trenton High School and Northwest Missouri State University graduate Michael Slater.
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News : "Town Hall" Meeting To Be Held Tonight In Trenton
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/26 9:28:22 (158 reads)

A "Town Hall" style meeting has been organized for tonight (Thursday night) at 6:30 at the Sugg Room, inside the Ketcham Community Center in downtown Trenton.
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News : Trenton Police Conduct Task Force Operation, Targeting Underage Drinking
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/25 9:43:23 (708 reads)

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright reports that his department, on Friday, participated in an underage alcohol compliance check of local businesses.
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News : Trenton City Hall's Front Office Closed Through Rest Of Week
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/25 9:13:00 (150 reads)

A reminder, the front office area at Trenton City Hall will be closed today (Wednesday) through Friday for renovations and repairs.
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News : MDC To Host Prescribed Burn Workshop At Crowder Park
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/25 8:48:07 (108 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will hold a prescribed fire workshop at 9 AM on Saturday, April 11th. The workshop will be in the enclosed shelter house at Crowder State Park.
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News : Chillicothe Chamber Of Commerce Hires Hale Resident
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/25 8:37:44 (159 reads)

The Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce is welcoming a new Office Manager, Kate Lyons, who started training in October and has officially accepted the reigns with her new position.
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News : Livingston County Health Center Announces Spring Walking Challenge
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/24 8:06:14 (109 reads)

Registration is underway for a Spring Walking Challenge, to be held from April 5th through May 31st. The challenge is a continuation of Livingston County Health Center's "Walk Chillicothe" Project.
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News : Tri-County District Places Teacher On Paid Leave
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/24 7:44:21 (1613 reads)

At an executive session of the Tri-County Board of Education, members voted to place Mary Swick on paid administrative leave for the remainder of this school year. She was a Kindergarten teacher at Jamesport.
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News : Trenton Named A "Tree City USA"
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 9:15:55 (116 reads)

Trenton has again been named a "Tree City USA", recognizing the community's efforts in planting and caring for trees.
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News : Legislature Advances Truck Weight Limit Bill, Against Wishes Of MoDOT
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 9:00:00 (135 reads)

The Missouri Legislature has advanced a measure to waive weight limits on truck carrying livestock and grain on state highways. Lawmakers also approved a separate bill to expand the dairy industry.
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News : Gun Show Coming To Marceline This Weekend
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 8:31:22 (102 reads)

A gun, knife, ammunition, and archery show will be held Friday night and Saturday in the community of Marceline.
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News : Huffington Post Names NCMC As "Top Ten" Community College In U.S.
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 8:22:55 (109 reads)

North Central Missouri College in Trenton has been named to the ‚ÄúTop 10 Community Colleges in America‚ÄĚ list by The Huffington Post.
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News : MoDOT Warns Of Potential Bridge Closings, Without Financial Help
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 7:49:44 (174 reads)

Area Engineer Tonya Lohman of the Missouri Department of Transportation office in Chillicothe is warning of "possible bridge closures" when they fail, IF additional money is not forthcoming of the state of Missouri's transportation needs.
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News : Chillicothe Police Arrest Two On Substance Possession Charges
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 7:38:22 (954 reads)

The Chillicothe Police Department has arrested two adults, at two separate locations in Chillicothe, on similar charges.
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News : NCMC Chooses Trenton Native As "Academic Excellence" Award Winner
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/27 7:22:51 (183 reads)

North Central Missouri College sophomore Samantha Shaw has been chosen as the 2015 Academic Excellence Award winner. The annual award is determined by a faculty committee vote.
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News : Wright Memorial Highlights Donation In Hospital Improvement Efforts
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/26 9:50:00 (407 reads)

Wright Memorial Hospital says acquiring an ultrasound machine received a "big boost" with a gift from the family of the late Doctor David Witten.
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News : Newtown-Harris To Host Benefit Basketball Game, Supper, And Auction
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/25 9:50:00 (176 reads)

The Newtown-Harris alumni, faculty, and staff will host a basketball game and "goodies auction" on Saturday, April 11th.
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News : World-Class Pianist To Perform In Chillicothe This Weekend
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/25 9:33:01 (88 reads)

One of the best ragtime, boogie-woogie pianists in the world, Bob Milne, will bring his keyboard skills to Chillicothe on Sunday afternoon, courtesy of the Chillicothe Area Arts Council.
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News : Gallatin Purchases Water Plant Materials From Trenton
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/25 9:02:50 (131 reads)

The City of Gallatin has received seven applications apiece for the open City Administrator and City Clerk positions. Gallatin Administrative Consultant Phil Tate will begin the process of evaluations (vetting).
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News : Fire Ban Lifted For Trenton
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/25 8:43:39 (95 reads)

Due to the rainfall from overnight Monday and through the day on Tuesday, Trenton Fire Chief Rick Morris has lifted a burn ban, imposed last week inside the city limits.
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News : Three Area Students To Receive High School Diplomas, College Degrees This Spring
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/24 8:18:34 (1072 reads)

Two seniors from Grundy R-5 High School and one from Trenton High School will graduate with their high school diplomas and their two-year Associate in Arts degrees in May.
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News : Chillicothe Announces Termination Of City Employee
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/24 7:46:38 (812 reads)

The City of Chillicothe, on Monday, announced the termination of maintenance employee, Jason Moore. The unanimous action was taken on a roll-call vote of the five councilmen during an executive session of the Chillicothe City Council last week.
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News : Tina-Avalon School Announces Preschool/Kindergarten Screenings
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/24 7:31:54 (87 reads)

It is that time of year! Youngsters in the Tina-Avalon School District, planning on attending either preschool or Kindergarten this coming fall, need to be screened.
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News : Chariton County Sheriff Nominated For Statewide Post
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 9:09:08 (129 reads)

Governor Jay Nixon has nominated Sheriff Christopher Hughes, of Keytesville, to the Sentencing and Corrections Oversight Commission.
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News : Green Hills Regional Planning Commission Supports Gas Tax Increase
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/23 8:36:39 (134 reads)

The Green Hills Regional Planning Commission's Transportation Advisory Committee has sent letters to area legislators, showing support for proposed legislation to increase the state gas tax by $0.02 in each of the next three years.
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