Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered that the U.S. and Missouri flags at state buildings in all 114 counties and the City of St. Louis be flown at half-staff on Thursday, Sept. 5.
Several public hearings await members of the Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission. The hearings began at 7 o'clock yesterday evening at the Trenton City Hall.
Grundy County Commissioners met yesterday morning with two representatives of the Missouri department of transportation.
The Community Blood Center will be making two visits to Trenton in the next few days.
The Patriot Guard riders organization will provide an escort today and then attend family visitation tomorrow night and funeral services Thursday for an area soldier killed in Afghanistan.
Officers were re-elected, a donation was made and plans set for the 2014 THS alumni reunion when the Board of Directors of the Foundation Trust for Trenton High School held their annual meeting on Sunday.
The Missouri Department Of Transportation will once again be doing road repairs in North Missouri this week, including several road closing in Linn county.
The Livingston County Sheriff has released a report of their recent activity.
The 29th annual Chautauqua in the park at Chillicothe September 7th and 8th has more than 110 booths reserved thus far for crafts, food, and children's activities.
According to Monisha Bruner at KTVO, the Milan C-2 School district has received a grant over a 5 year period.
A variety of cases were heard, along with some cases dismissed by the prosecution.
Chillicothe Police Officers were called to a residence in the 400 block of Elm Street in reference to a report of animal neglect.
The Galt Board of Aldermen has approved increases in utility rates and re-set the tax levy. The aldermen held their monthly meeting.
A court appearance by a Trenton man charged with second degree murder in Trenton in July has been postponed.
With temperatures reaching the upper 90s, several area schools are once again dismissing school early due to the heat.
The Chula Street Fair begins September 21st with with biscuits and gravy available at the firehouse from 7 until 10 o'clock, served by Chula Fire and Rescue. The breakfast is a free will donation.
A Trenton man, 26 year old James Earl Harding, has been arrested on a parole violation warrant.
Water was off approximately four hours yesterday as Trenton Municipal workers repaired a water main break.
This is the first day on the job for Grundy County's newest assessor.
Firefighters and Fire Explorers collected more than one thousand dollars ($1,027.32) for the Muscular Dystrophy Association over the Labor Day weekend.
Kate Archer, along with Elle Harris were the featured guests on KTTN's Open Line discussing the MOPS program.
A man who was allegedly involved in a shooting Saturday in Kirksville is behind bars awaiting charges.
With the lack of rain in North Missouri, drought has once again set in.
The fun continues at the Northwest Missouri State Fair at Bethany. Check out the schedule for today and Saturday.
The Doris Rider Art Gallery at Trenton currently has 42 works by 24 area artists. Patrons can see traditional oil paint, acrylics, photography, and drawings.
The Northwest Missouri State Fair starts today in Bethany.
The Chillicothe Police Department responded to 70 calls for service and issued 16 traffic citations. Here is the latest activity report.
The Gallatin Board Of Aldermen has approved a property tax levy of nearly 87 cents on the 100 dollars of Assessed valuation.
A Stanberry man, who the U-S Attorney's office said produced child pornography and possessed more than a thousand images of child pornography, was sentenced in federal court yesterday.
Eight stops, and 100 miles, are scheduled when a motorcycle run is held this Saturday as part of the Trenton alumni weekend activities.
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