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News : Linn County Republican Organization Plans Thursday Meeting
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/10 7:32:49 (98 reads)

The Linn County Republican Women will meet on Thursday, April 16th at Suzie Q II Restaurant in Marceline.
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News : Trenton's Main Street To Close Friday Night
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 13:35:19 (150 reads)

For safety reasons, a one block section of Main Street in downtown Trenton will be blocked off to traffic Friday evening to accommodate persons attending an outdoor music concert. The band ‚ÄúSyndrome of Fire‚ÄĚ will perform rock music, with Christian overtones, from 7 until 9 o'clock.
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News : Highway Patrol Announces Sobriety Checkpoint Plans
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:50:13 (157 reads)

The Missouri State Highway Patrol plans a Sobriety Checkpoint in Caldwell County and a Driving While Intoxicated saturation in Livingston County, both sometime in May.
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News : Litter Clean-Up To Be Held Saturday, North Of Milan
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 8:52:37 (75 reads)

The North Missouri Regional Water Commission and the Highway 5 Corridor Coalition are organizing a litter clean-up in connection with the Missouri Department of Transportation, Conservation, and Natural Resources.
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News : With 68 Percent Support, Trenton Re-Elects Mayor McHargue
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 8:32:53 (218 reads)

Trenton's Mayor has been re-elected and there will be two new city councilmen following Tuesday's election results. Grundy County voters defeated a levy increase for the Nursing Home District. Mayor Nick McHargue carried all four wards and absentees in rolling up over 68 percent of the vote to defeat Councilman Mark Robinson.
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News : Historic Bakery Site In Chillicothe Changes Ownership
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:48:38 (179 reads)

A historic Chillicothe building, at the corner of 1st and Elm Streets, is under new ownership. The building was the home of the Chillicothe Baking Company, where sliced bread was invented in July 1928.
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News : THS To Host Talent Show On Saturday Night
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:36:41 (131 reads)

Tickets are on sale for the local talent showcase called "Trenton's Got Talent". It will be presented Saturday night at Trenton High School, starting at 7 o'clock.
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News : Voters Head To The Polls Across North Missouri
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:21:38 (426 reads)

Numerous issues will greet voters when they head to the poll's in today's (Tuesday's) election. There also will be voting on the candidates whose names are printed on ballots for township positions, most city offices, school boards, and other entities.
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News : Registration And Rehearsals Start Tuesday For June 13th Concert
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/3 8:35:35 (112 reads)

The Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra has announced registration and rehearsals for a summer concert on Saturday, June 13th.
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News : Mercer County Health Department Hosts "Spring Lab Fair" On April 18
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/3 8:22:54 (98 reads)

The Mercer County Health Department has special pricing on blood tests during a Spring Lab Fair on Saturday, April 18th.
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News : Princeton Wins Grand River Conference "Academic Bowl" Title
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/3 8:01:01 (152 reads)

The Princeton High School Academic Bowl team went an unbeaten 9-0 in the Grand River Conference this year, winning the conference championship by three matches over Albany, Stanberry, and Worth County.
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News : Trenton City Council Abolishes Trenton Board Of Public Works
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/2 11:20:00 (541 reads)

The Trenton City Council, on Thursday morning, voted to abolish the Board of Public Works. The vote was 6-1.
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News : Watch Peregrine Falcon Nests Online Via MDC Partnerships
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/2 10:11:35 (181 reads)

Peregine falcon nests in the Kansas City area are viewable online this spring, in the Missouri Department of Conservation's partnership with Kansas City Power & Light and American Century Investments.
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News : Brookfield License Office Contract Up For Bid
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/2 9:57:15 (97 reads)

The Missouri Office of Administration is now accepting management contract bids for the Brookfield License Office. Interested individuals must submit their bids to operate the office by Tuesday, April 28th.
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News : Chillicothe PD Investigating Potential Case of Online Child Enticement
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/1 14:00:00 (324 reads)

The Chillicothe Police Department is investigating a case involving a 41-year old South Dakota man who has been "conversing" with an 11 year-old girl via social media.
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News : Reward Offered In Burglary Case From February
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/9 9:17:54 (174 reads)

The Grundy County Sheriff's Department has posted a notice through social media, the offer of a monetary reward as investigation continues into a rural burglary.
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News : Thirty-Two 4-H And FFA Members Awarded Scholarships
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:57:22 (126 reads)

Thirty-two Missouri 4-H and FFA members have been chosen by the Missouri State Fair Foundation's "Youth in Agriculture" committee to receive scholarships this year.
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News : MDC And Quail Forever Announce Informational Meeting
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:47:26 (80 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation and Quail Forever host an informational meeting for landowners on the benefits of forming a prescribed burn association.
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News : Hearing For Bradley Chapman Moved To May 7th
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 8:39:48 (106 reads)

A preliminary hearing for 34-year old Bradley Chapman on Newtown, on Sullivan County charges accusing him with burglary, assault, and unlawful use of the weapon, has been postponed until Thursday, May 7th.
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News : Green Hills Wellness Challenge Wraps Up For 2015
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 11:18:41 (256 reads)

Participants in this year's Green Hills Wellness Challenge in Trenton, combined, lost nearly 2,100 pounds.
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News : Chillicothe Chamber's "Young Professionals" Become EPIC
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:44:31 (92 reads)

The Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that the Young Professionals segment of its organization has a new name.
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News : "Chiefs Tea" Is Friday Morning At Trenton's 1st Christian Church
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:28:07 (87 reads)

Tickets can be purchased this week, for an event that promoters say is designed to increase awareness of domestic violence, and raise funds for the Green Hills Women's Shelter in Trenton.
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News : Driver Exam Station At Gallatin To Move For Election Day
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/3 8:38:28 (119 reads)

The driver examination station at Gallatin will be relocated on Tuesday (April 7th) from the Daviess County Courthouse to the Daviess County Library in Gallatin.
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News : Grundy County Senior Citizens Banquet To Be April 21st
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/3 8:31:06 (149 reads)

The Grundy County Retired Senior Volunteer program holds its annual Volunteer Recognition banquet on Tuesday, April 21st.
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News : Wisconsin Man Pleads Guilty To Robbing Polo Bank
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/3 8:13:43 (174 reads)

A Wisconsin man has plead guilty to the robbery of a Polo bank earlier this year. Thirty-year old Oran Woodfin of Lublin, Wisconsin entered his plea before U.S. District Judge Dean Whipple.
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News : 4.0 Earthquake Shakes Missouri's Bootheel
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/2 14:50:00 (200 reads)

STEELE, Mo.(AP) - No damage is reported from a magnitude 4.0 earthquake centered in the Bootheel region of southeast Missouri.
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News : Trenton Park Department Revises Proposed Budget
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/2 11:10:00 (163 reads)

A proposed budget for the Trenton Park Department was revised during Wednesday night's Trenton Park Board meeting It is expected to be changed again when more is known concerning insurance costs, and City Council plans for wages for other city workers.
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News : Broeker Appointed Interim Director Of MoDOT
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/2 10:01:30 (107 reads)

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has appointed Roberta Broeker as the Interim Director of the Missouri Department of Transportation. Broeker will assume the position upon the May 1st retirement of current director Dave Nichols.
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News : Shakespeare's Pizza Building At MU To Be Demolished
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/1 16:32:22 (249 reads)

(ColumbiaTribune.com) - Columbia, MO - For decades, it has stood as a small but iconic building at the corner of Ninth and Elm streets, and now, developers are gearing up to tear it down.
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News : Cameron Woman Among 13 Indicted For Filing False Tax Claims
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/1 12:47:14 (686 reads)

Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that a Cameron resident is among 13 defendants who have been indicted for their roles in a conspiracy to receive more than $340,000 in fraudulent income tax refunds.
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