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News : Chillicothe Announces Plans For "Christmas Tree" Removal
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/30 16:57:40 (72 reads)

The City of Chillicothe Street Department will again offer free Christmas tree removal starting January 5th and continuing until January 16th.
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News : Taliban Leader Who Planned Pakistan School Attack Killed
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/26 14:40:00 (120 reads)

(NBCNews.com) - Pakistani security forces killed a commander who helped to plan last week's school attack in Peshawar that left 132 children dead, a government spokesman said Friday.

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News : Highway Patrol Hires Four New Troopers For Northwest Missouri
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/26 13:17:28 (196 reads)

The Highway Patrol troop in the northwestern part of Missouri will have four new troopers from the recent statewide training class in Jefferson City.
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News : Jamesport Names Lighting Contest Winners
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 11:21:13 (108 reads)

The city of Jamesport has announced winners of its lighting contest.

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News : Milan Elks Lodge To Host A Free Christmas Day Lunch
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 10:54:51 (108 reads)

Milan Elks Lodge #2819 hosts its second annual free Christmas lunch on Thursday. Food will be served from 11 to 2 at the lodge, at 217 East Second Street in Milan.

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News : Governor Nixon Seeks Agricultural Opportunities With Cuba
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 10:40:12 (70 reads)

Governor Jay Nixon has directed the Missouri Department of Agriculture to explore opportunities for the state's producers, processors, and growers to benefit from trade with Cuba.

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News : NCMC Offices Close Until January
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 8:39:26 (57 reads)

Offices at North Central Missouri College will be closed until Friday, January 2nd. They will re-open on Monday, January 5th. The Ketcham Community Center will be closed today (Christmas Eve), tomorrow (Christmas Day), and New Year's Day.
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News : Department Of Corrections Garden Program Sets New Record
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 8:20:00 (71 reads)

The Missouri Department of Corrections has announced that its Restorative Justice Garden Program has set a record in 2014 by donating nearly 180 tons of fresh product to local food pantries, shelters, churches, nursing homes, and school districts.

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News : McHargue To Run For Re-Election As Trenton Mayor
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/23 7:23:44 (123 reads)

A race for Mayor of Trenton was assured today with the filing by the incumbent -- Doctor Nick McHargue of 503 Town and Country. He has been the Trenton Mayor since April 2011. Filing on the opening day for Mayor was Mark Robinson so Robinson's name will be listed first on the printed ballot in the election next April.
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News : Ketcham Community Center Announces Special Holiday Hours
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/22 9:33:22 (89 reads)

The offices at North Central Missouri College will be closed December 24 through January 2. They will re-open on Monday, January 5.
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News : Haney Refiles For Chillicothe's Mayoral Position
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/20 21:27:53 (91 reads)

The City of Chillicothe has announced two additional filings for the April elections. The first is Chuck Haney, to continue as the city's mayor, and David Moore, to continue as Councilman-At-Large.
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News : Trial for Trenton Man Accused Of Murder Begins In January
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 16:56:56 (247 reads)

(FOX 26 KNPN) - A Trenton man will stand trial late next month for a murder he allegedly committed in 2013.
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News : Unionville Man Wins Patrol Trooper Award
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 16:46:25 (121 reads)

During a graduation program this morning for 31 new troopers of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Unionville native Chris Kottwitz received the Superintendent's Award, presented to the person with the most overall points in the graduating class.
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News : 550 Million Year Old Fossils Provide New Clues about Fossil Formation
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 15:10:26 (110 reads)

A new study from University of Missouri and Virginia Tech researchers is challenging accepted ideas about how ancient soft-bodied organisms become part of the fossil record.

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News : Buchanan County Inmate Found Dead
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 14:31:14 (128 reads)

(StJoeChannel.com) - An inmate has died inside the Buchanan County Jail after being found unresponsive early Wednesday, according to authorities.

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News : Grain Explosion Reported in Southern Livingston County
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/30 15:30:00 (151 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department and others are investigating circumstances surrounding a grain bin explosion on L-I-V Road 385. The location of the Friday evening incident is north of the Livingston and Carroll County line.
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News : Petition Filed To Legalize Marijuana In Missouri
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/26 14:10:00 (151 reads)

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A second initiative petition to legalize marijuana in Missouri has been filed.

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News : Trenton Walk To Show Support For Law Enforcement
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/26 10:47:46 (136 reads)

A candlelight walk to show support for law enforcement nationwide is planned for tonight (Friday night) in Trenton.

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News : Knox County Seeking Family Information On Recently Deceased Man
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 11:17:21 (157 reads)

The Knox County Public Administrator is seeking the public's assistance in locating any family members of 71-year old Timothy Earl Jungmann of Edina.

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News : Chillicothe Man Wins $100,000 Missouri Lottery Prize
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 10:47:37 (152 reads)

Chillicothe resident Daniel Akers, who observed his 41th birthday on Tuesday, claimed a $100,000 Missouri Lottery prize on December 17th at the Lottery's regional office in Kansas City.

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News : Area Gas Prices Fall Below $2.00/Gallon
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 8:50:38 (83 reads)

Perhaps it is a gift for travelers in time for this Christmas holiday period. Gas prices at various locations in Grundy County dropped on Monday morning to just under $2.00 per gallon.

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News : Grundy County Sheriff's Department Selling History Books
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 8:20:31 (57 reads)

Just in time for Christmas, the Grundy County Sheriff's Department has a hard-back book detailing the history of law enforcement in Missouri's counties.
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News : NCMC Upward Bound Coordinator To Resign
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/24 8:10:00 (80 reads)

One resignation was accepted, four employments and one transfer were approved during last night's meeting of the North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees.
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News : Brookfield Woman Wins Missouri Lottery Cash Prize
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/22 9:40:00 (176 reads)

A Brookfield woman is $50,000 richer after claiming the first top prize in one of the newest Scratchers games offered by the Missouri Lottery.

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News : Bethany Veterinarian Receives Agriculture Award
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/22 7:40:00 (98 reads)

A Bethany resident has received an agriculture award during the 45th Missouri Governor's Conference on Agriculture, hosted by Jay Nixon and the Missouri Department of Agriculture.

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News : Moore Files For Chillicothe Councilman-At-Large
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 17:00:52 (122 reads)

The Councilman-At-Large position on the Chillicothe City Council has its first candidate in the April elections.
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News : Princeton Medical Clinic Adds X-Rays
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 16:50:42 (121 reads)

The Princeton Medical Clinic now has the capability to have x-rays completed at the clinic.
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News : Bethany Native Resigns Maryville Superintendent Position
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 16:37:52 (124 reads)

Multiple reports this afternoon indicate that Larry Linthacum will be resigning as superintendent of the Maryville R-2 School District.
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News : Gallatin Man Organizing Regional Horticulture Conference
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 15:03:45 (81 reads)

The 19th annual Great Plains Growers Conference will be held at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph from January 8th to the 10th, 2015.

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News : Ankle Bracelet Helps Police Catch Suspected Burglar
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 12:30:00 (95 reads)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Prosecutors say a Kansas City man charged with committing 34 residential burglaries was linked to the crimes by a GPS in an ankle bracelet he was wearing because he was on parole for burglary.

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