A Princeton resident was hurt when the sport utility vehicle she was driving traveled off Highway 136 east of Princeton after a tire went flat. Seventy-eight year old Eula Blakesley was taken to Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton with what the Highway Patrol called SERIOUS injuries.
Two Chillicothe residents were hurt when a van overturned off Highway 36 west of Chillicothe. The driver, 27-year old Haely Bonderer, was taken to Hedrick Medical Center with what the Highway Patrol called SERIOUS injuries. A passenger, five year old Christian Still, was taken to Hedrick Medical with minor injuries.
The North Central Missouri College basketball teams have gone unbeaten through a combined three games played at the Ketcham Community Center this week, with the Pirate men beating JV squads from Central College (Pella, Iowa) and Culver-Stockton College, while the Lady Pirates defeated Marshalltown Community College on Monday night.
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.
The Trenton boys, for the second time this season, have a victory against the Putnam County Midgets, going to overtime on Friday night before pulling out a 63-55 victory in Unionville, improving the Bulldogs record to 14-9 on the season, and clinching the first winning season at THS for boy's basketball coach Jeremy Austin.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Trenton Lady Bulldogs have won 20 games in a season for the first time since 2005, claiming a 44-41 victory over the visiting Cameron Dragons on Tuesday night, in a Senior Night battle broadcast on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com.
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 â€śOpportunities in the Pork Industryâ€ť.
The first recruiting class for rookie head coach Megan Cairns of North Central Missouri College is wrapping up, with eight area seniors, including two from Trenton High School, inking with the Lady Pirates softball program.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A Milan resident was injured on Thursday morning near Galt when the car she was driving traveled off Highway 6 and hit a fence and tree. Nineteen-year old Arianna Diaz of Milan was taken to Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton, with injuries described as SERIOUS by the Highway Patrol.