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News : Smoother transitions sought for NCMC ag students transfering to MU
Posted by John on 2012/9/12 11:50:00 (345 reads)

North Central Missouri College and the University of Missouri are Joining Forces to “Collaborate for the Greater Good” of Agriculture Students in the State of Missouri.

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News : Dawn man accused of criminal acts in last week's shooting incident
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/11 10:00:49 (522 reads)

A 36-year old Dawn man, David Hughes, has been accused of Second Degree Assault, armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a weapon in connection with shots being fired last Wednesday night (September 5th) in Dawn.

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News : Women's expo coming in November to the KCC
Posted by John on 2012/9/11 9:30:00 (328 reads)

Green Hills Community Action Agency's womens health services program is planning to host their third annual women’s expo in Trenton.

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News : Two weekend deaths being investigated in Harrison County
Posted by John on 2012/9/10 15:50:00 (946 reads)

A Harrison County woman is facing charges of second-degree murder and felony child abuse in connection with the death of her young daughter.

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News : Princeton and Mercer County lifts bans brought by drought
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/7 5:50:00 (411 reads)

The Princeton City Council has lifted a ban on outdoor watering that had been in effect because of dry conditions.

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News : City committee hears several topics / makes recommendations to full city council
Posted by John on 2012/9/6 18:30:00 (429 reads)

Topics included a grant for a farmer's market structure; financial pledges for the transportable bleachers; creation of an ordinance protecting protesters and the public; a development company seeking tax credits for a proposed housing project renovation; two new businesses; and requests for information from prospective businesses.

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News : Succesful Alumni Weekend noted for Trenton High School graduates
Posted by John on 2012/9/6 12:30:00 (373 reads)

The Foundation Trust for Trenton High School, Incorporated held its annual meeting on Sunday and re-elected officers, made plans for the 2013 reunion and approved a request for equipment.

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News : Shooting investigated at a rural residence near Dawn
Posted by John on 2012/9/6 11:20:00 (348 reads)

Just before midnight, Livingston County received a 9-1-1 call from a Dawn resident about a shooting that had just taken place in Dawn. A deputy (Chris Mueller) and a Highway Patrol Trooper responded along with Chillicothe Department of Emergency Services.

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News : Six Spickard students named as royalty for this weekend's festival
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/6 5:50:00 (291 reads)

Six pupils at Spickard Elementary School have been named as candidates to serve as royalty at this weekend's Spickard Fall Festival.

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News : Gilman City plans "Tractor Pull" for mid-September
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/6 5:50:00 (343 reads)

The Gilman City Lions Club is making plans to host a "Garden Tractor Pull" later this month. The event is scheduled on Saturday, September 15th across from the Uptown Park. It will begin at 10:30 that morning.

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News : Hunters can help against CWD spreading amongst deer
Posted by John on 2012/9/5 17:10:00 (340 reads)

Hunters play an important role in preventing the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD), according to the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC). Agency officials urge hunters to take simple, common-sense precautions when processing deer.

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News : NCMC plans trip to Italy in May 2013
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/5 12:46:52 (295 reads)

Members of the North Central Missouri College Psychology and Sociology Club are organizing a trip to Italy, which is set for May 17th to May 28th, 2013. All members of the public are invited, meaning travelers DO NOT have to be college students.

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News : Thompson Farm field day planned west of Spickard
Posted by John on 2012/9/4 17:40:00 (317 reads)

Beef herd management during the drought and beyond will be discussed at the University of Missouri Thompson Farm field day, in northwestern Grundy County on September 18th.

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News : Techniques discussed at local farm could help bring more quality beef to the dinner table
Posted by John on 2012/9/4 17:20:00 (452 reads)

Beef cow-herd owners can follow the numbers to produce higher-quality calves worth more money at market time.

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News : Livingston County woman sentenced on real estate fraud charges
Posted by John on 2012/9/3 11:10:00 (575 reads)

A woman has been sentenced in federal court for real estate fraud in the Kansas City area. Thirty-three year old Angela Allen of Mooresville was sentenced to 10 months in federal prison without parole. On October 18, 2011, Mrs. Allen pleaded guilty to wire fraud in the attempted purchase of a home, as charged in a Sept. 30, 2010, indictment.

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News : Stacy Center in Princeton to re-open pool early next month, hopefully
Posted by John on 2012/9/12 11:40:57 (320 reads)

Following the lifting of water conservation measures at Princeton, an update has been provided on the status of the Stacy Multi purpose center.

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News : Gallatin man ordered to pay over $37,000 by the Attorney General
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/11 9:57:38 (629 reads)

Attorney General Chris Koster announced on Monday that "The Conversion Doctor" and its owner, Eric Graham of Gallatin, will pay over $37,000 ($37,829) to settle allegations that it sold business improvement products to consumers but failed to provide the products.

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News : Trenton and Carrollton men injured in Monday night accidents
Posted by John on 2012/9/11 6:00:00 (336 reads)

A Brimson man was injured early Monday evening in a single vehicle accident at the western edge of Trenton. The Highway Patrol said 24 year old Rodney Hughs received MODERATE injuries.

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News : Governor Nixon extends "Drought Emergency" for Missouri
Posted by John on 2012/9/10 15:30:00 (308 reads)

Governor Jay Nixon today extended for 45 days, until November 15th, the state of emergency for Missouri he declared in July because of the heat, fire risk and prolonged drought impacting the state.

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News : Livingston County man arrested after "cemetery incidents"
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/7 5:44:32 (464 reads)

A 37 year old man has been charged in Livingston County with second degree assault and possession of controlled substances following incidents at an area cemetery. Donald Walker is being held in custody on $50,000 cash bond. The Livingston County Sheriff's Department said other charges may be pending.

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News : Display of U-S flags encouraged for Missouri Day parade October 20
Posted by John on 2012/9/6 18:20:00 (412 reads)

The Trenton Rotary Club has announced plans to pay tribute to the theme of the 2012 Missouri Day Festival by displaying American flags alongside the festival parade route on parade day.

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News : September 15th "Greenwing" promotion planned at Swan Lake Refuge
Posted by John on 2012/9/6 11:50:00 (534 reads)

Make plans to attend the annual Ducks Unlimited "Green-Wing" Day at Swan Lake near Sumner. It is that time of year again, when the ducks and geese are gearing up for migration and the hunters are getting their blinds and waders ready.

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News : Ameren offering free weatherization service
Posted by John on 2012/9/6 11:10:00 (319 reads)

Green Hills Community Action Agency is seeking Ameren customer homes to weatherize for free in their nine county service area. Persons falling at 200% of Federal Poverty Guidelines or below qualify for this program.

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News : Brookfield man faces "fleeing" charges in Grundy County
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/6 5:50:00 (346 reads)

A Brookfield man faces charges in Grundy County after allegedly running from police officers on Monday. A warrant accuses 19 year old Forrest Lee Shoemaker of Brookfield with resisting arrest by fleeing.

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News : Local efforts raise money for Muscular Dystrophy Association
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/6 5:35:36 (289 reads)

Volunteer efforts by three fire departments raised money locally for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Members of the Trenton Fire Department, Grundy County Rural Fire Protection District, and the Galt Fire Department conducted the annual “Boot Drive” this past weekend in Trenton.

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News : Area hospitals to receive "Broadband Grants"
Posted by John on 2012/9/5 15:40:00 (393 reads)

Eleven rural hospitals throughout Missouri will soon be able to provide improved tele-medicine care for their patients, thanks to $262,000 in grants from the Mo-Broadband-Now initiative announced today by Governor Jay Nixon.

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News : Governor Nixon warns lawmakers of "after the fact" taxes on motor vehicle sales
Posted by John on 2012/9/4 17:50:00 (362 reads)

Of more than 122,702 Missourians who would owe retroactive tax, 89 percent purchased vehicles from private individuals. According to the Missouri Governor's office, a retroactive car tax would overwhelmingly target Missourians who purchased vehicles from private individuals.

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News : Linn County meeting to discuss "after drought" strategies for area farmers
Posted by John on 2012/9/4 17:30:00 (294 reads)

There is grass and there will be grazing at the Management-intensive Grazing School, October 2nd through the 4th, at the University of Missouri's Forage Systems Research Center (FSRC) in Linn County.

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News : City of Trenton burn ban has been lifted
Posted by John on 2012/9/4 15:20:00 (304 reads)

Announcement was made this afternoon that the city of Trenton has lifted its ban on outdoor burning. This ban had been in effect for the past two months due to extremely dry ground conditions. The Trenton Fire Department reported the burn ban was lifted as of this afternoon.

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News : Legal battles over odor / nuisance comes to an end with settlement between plaintiffs and Premium Standard Farms
Posted by John on 2012/9/3 11:00:18 (351 reads)

Premium Standard Farms LLC, along with legal counsel for plaintiffs in longstanding Missouri nuisance litigation, have announced an agreement has been reached to settle nearly 300 individual claims regarding PSF hog operations in Missouri.

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