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News : FEMA advises preparing now for blizzard conditions
Posted by John on 2013/2/20 17:10:00 (356 reads)

As officials from the National Weather Service and the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Region VII office continue monitoring the development of what could be the most powerful winter storm the central U.S. has seen since 2011, residents are encouraged to act now, preparing both their homes and their families for whatever may arise.

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News : Court ruling in Scotland County affects rural agriculture
Posted by John on 2013/2/19 12:20:00 (408 reads)

Missouri Farmers Care leaders said today that they applaud the Circuit Court of Scotland County for ruling in favor of farmer Gavin Hauk. Mr. Hauk had been denied a permit to place a new 4,960-head hog facility by the county commission on the basis of their County Health Ordinance.

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News : NCMC closes offices Tuesday morning for "intruder training"
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/19 8:23:16 (234 reads)

North Central Missouri College is reminding the public that offices on the college campus will be closed on Tuesday from 8 o'clock in the morning until 1 o'clock in the afternoon. There also are NO CLASSES on Tuesday at NCMC in Trenton.

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News : Brookfield wins NCMC math contest
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/15 11:27:56 (323 reads)

Brookfield High School placed first in the team competition at "Math Exploration Day" at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. A Gallatin High School student, Palmer Turley, was first in the individual problem solving contest.

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News : Livingston County river searches look for stolen property
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/14 14:50:00 (262 reads)

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox says the Water Patrol division of the Missouri Highway Patrol, on Wednesday, assisted the Sheriff's Department, in river searches for stolen property. Sheriff Cox says some of the areas are more than six feet deep and his office 'does not have the proper equipment for such a search'.

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News : THS students compete in statewide contests
Posted by John on 2013/2/14 9:00:00 (242 reads)

Trenton FFA member Sheridan Jamvold competed yesterday at the state finals of the Missouri Pork Producers pork speaking contest held in Columbia. Sheridan was one of six students competing. The theme for the contest was “Opportunities in the Pork Industry”.

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News : North Mercer Board of Education holds meeting
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/13 6:30:07 (272 reads)

During a Monday night meeting of the North Mercer R-3 Board of Education, members decided to seek bids for to provide the food service program on a contractual basis for the next school year.

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News : Grants announced for Princeton and Chillicothe libraries
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/12 8:17:07 (259 reads)

Secretary of State Jason Kander has announced grants for libraries in Mercer and Livingston Counties. Each allocation is called an "eReader exploration grant". The Livingston County Library in Chillicothe was awarded $1,750 while the Mercer County Library of Princeton was allocated $966.00.

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News : Weekend accident near Polo injures two
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/12 8:09:05 (271 reads)

Two Cameron residents were hurt when a small (Polaris) utility vehicle overturned in a pasture west of Polo. An occupant, 21-year old Taylor Arinze, was taken by private vehicle to Liberty Hospital with what the Highway Patrol called SERIOUS injuries.

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News : Authorities seek man involved in multiple area robberies
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/8 9:20:00 (356 reads)

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright is requesting help from the public as law enforcement officers are watching for a suspect and/or his motor vehicle that was believed to be involved in overnight (Thursday PM/Friday AM) robberies in Cameron and St. Joseph.

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News : Area school districts announce temporary bus travel plans
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/8 8:58:47 (283 reads)

The Milan C-2 School District, in addition to Green City, Princeton, and Putnam County (Unionville) have announced plans to have buses travel on HARD-SURFACED roads only today (Friday). The alternative bus routes are being used because of the soft and muddy conditions prevailing on country roads across these districts.

News : Cainsville High School awarded 500 dollars
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/7 15:55:30 (332 reads)

Cainsville R-1 High School (in Harrison County) was honored on Monday by representatives of the Missouri Northwest Region Coalition for having the most-improved seat belt use in the 2012 Northwest Region's "Battle of the Belt" competition.

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News : Trenton Police announce execution of two drug search warrants
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/7 15:45:40 (372 reads)

Chief Tommy Wright of the Trenton Police Department advises that members of his department, the NITRO Task Force, Grundy County Sheriff's Department, and the Missouri State Highway Patrol executed two drug search warrants in the City of Trenton on Wednesday.

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News : TMS students take top two spots in Grundy County Spelling Bee
Posted by John on 2013/2/6 7:20:00 (301 reads)

Trenton Middle School students claimed the top two spots in the annual Grundy County Spelling Bee held yesterday (Tuesday). Winning the competition was Hannah Kennebeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kennebeck. Second place (alternate) is Tanner Franklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Franklin.

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News : Government funding, to help pay utility bills, runs out
Posted by John on 2013/2/5 11:50:00 (274 reads)

Green Hills Community Action Agency today reported funding for their Emergency Crisis Intervention winter program has been completely exhausted.

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News : University officials discuss farm policy and budget debate
Posted by John on 2013/2/19 12:40:00 (268 reads)

There is a lot of uncertainty about farm policy in Washington, and current budget debates will determine whether there will be a farm bill and what it will look like, said Pat Westhoff, Director of the University of Missouri Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute.

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News : Four country concerts announced at Missouri state fair
Posted by John on 2013/2/19 12:10:36 (353 reads)

Part of the entertainment lineup for the 2013 Missouri State Fair, as well as the return of several favorite events, have been announced.

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News : FFA Activities Topic Of Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/2/18 9:58:49 (305 reads)

This is National FFA Week. Listen as KTTN's Rochelle Woodard interviews officers of the Trenton FFA Chapter.

Click Here To Hear The Entire Open Line Discussion

News : Woodworth could be released from prison today
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/15 11:25:27 (272 reads)

A Chillicothe man, who has spent the past 18 years in custody (either prison or jail), could be released on bond this (Friday) afternoon. The Clinton County Circuit Clerk's office says Judge Owens Lee Hull has set bond for Mark Woodworth at $50,000 cash or surety.

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News : Chillicothe hires Greever as Building Codes Enforcement officer
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/14 10:53:16 (267 reads)

The City of Chillicothe has announced the employment of Chuck Greever of Chillicothe as the city's Building Codes Enforcement officer. Greever has been employed by Liberty Carbon Services in Excelsior Springs, where he has been a contractor working on special projects and equipment utilities maintenance.

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News : Princeton Elementary School principal resigns
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/13 6:40:00 (425 reads)

The Princeton Board of Education has accepted the resignation of Princeton Elementary School Principal John Smith, effective at the end of the current school year. Smith is currently on paid administrative leave.

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News : Swing the gates open March 2nd at Swan Lake
Posted by John on 2013/2/12 9:20:00 (292 reads)

The gates to Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge will be swinging open at 6 o'clock on Saturday morning, March 2nd, signaling the start of events for the "Swing the Gates” celebration.

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News : Holt man injured in ATV accident
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/12 8:12:00 (283 reads)

A Holt resident received what the Highway Patrol called SERIOUS injuries when he fell from a four-wheeler and was run over by the machine. That happened after his pant leg was caught in a wheel and he was pulled off the machine.

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News : NCMC to host "FAFSA Frenzy" on Saturday, March 2nd
Posted by John on 2013/2/11 11:50:00 (288 reads)

The Financial Aid Office at North Central Missouri College in Trenton will take part in FAFSA Frenzy, a nationwide event designed to help college students fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on Saturday, March 2.

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News : Livingston County authorities arrest local man on assault charges
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/8 9:12:04 (350 reads)

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports an arrest has been made stemming from investigations into an alleged felony assault with a weapon, kidnapping, and endangering the welfare of a child. The incident began in another county, and led through Carroll into Livingston County.

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News : Nancy Anderson resigns from Spickard Board of Aldermen
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/7 16:23:40 (323 reads)

A member of the Spickard Board of Aldermen has resigned. Nancy Anderson is leaving her seat on the town board. The mayor appointed, with city council consent, Janice Vandevender, to the position to fill the remainder of the term until the April alderman election at Spickard.

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News : Livingston County authorities warn of 'suspicious' Facebook account, potential danger to children
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/7 15:51:29 (329 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department has received information about a specific Facebook profile where a person is claiming to be an adult, with the last name "Crawford", and living in an 'unknown location'. Sheriff Steve Cox said that profile has been in contact with numerous young people, who are also on Facebook.

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News : Casey's General Store in Cameron robbed
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/7 15:41:56 (380 reads)

Law enforcement officers in Cameron are looking for an individual suspected of robbing the Casey's General Store in northern Cameron just past 4:30 on Wednesday morning. The location is 405 West Grand Avenue.

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News : Get creative when submitting designs for trash can contest
Posted by John on 2013/2/5 12:35:51 (289 reads)

Missouri elementary, middle and home-school students have until March 8 to participate in the 2013 “Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter-Free” trash-can-decorating contest. The annual contest is sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) as part of the state’s “No MOre Trash!” statewide litter prevention campaign.

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News : Friends of the Library/Arts hold event
Posted by Randy on 2013/1/31 9:50:00 (295 reads)

Activities involving Grundy County Jewett Norris Library and their Friends of the Library/Arts organizations were discussed on KTTN Open Line. These included a Native American presentation, a book fair, and e-books..

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