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News : Livingston County Sheriff's Office Busy Over Holiday Weekend
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/29 10:20:00 (599 reads)

The Memorial Day weekend kept the Livingston County Sheriff's office busy with calls and investigations.  One call assisted the Missouri State Highway Patrol on Highway 190 where a pickup had caught fire.  The owner/driver reported seeing another driver attempting to get his attention and soon realized his vehicle was on fire.

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News : Mike Lair Featured On Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/29 9:07:34 (258 reads)

Mike Lair, 7th District State Representative was a recent guest on KTTN's Open Line, discussing a variety of Topics.

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News : Princeton Chamber Sets July 4th Plans
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/28 8:52:05 (335 reads)

Princeton's chamber of commerce has a mini tractor cruise planned for their july 4th celebration. The tractors will be displayed at the school following the cruise. This fall's calamity jane days theme will be honoring military past and present,  and they are attempting to determine the oldest and youngest military person.

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News : Livingston County Sheriffs Office Releases Recent Activities
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/24 9:46:02 (739 reads)

It's been a busy week for the Livingston County Sheriffs office. In a press release from their office, here is a recent list of their activities, from jury notifications, to prisoner transport.

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News : Update On Hedrick Medical Center Construction
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/24 7:42:10 (357 reads)

The chief executive officer of Hedrick Medical Center, Matt Wenzel, has provided a construction update on the new hospital at Chillicothe.

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News : Budget bill includes money for new lake in North-Central Missouri
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/24 6:48:19 (435 reads)

From the Missouri Net Website

Some of the money in a budget bill sitting on the Governor’s desk could help advance the creation of a new lake in north-central Missouri.

he East Locust Creek Water Reservoir Project has been ongoing for many years. It would create a 2,300 acre, 7 mile long lake north of Milan in Sullivan County. $4 million in HB 19 would go toward that project.

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News : grundy county museum opens Monday May 27th with the "made in Grundy county" exhibit
Posted by John on 2013/5/24 6:00:00 (440 reads)

Calling it a “time machine,” Phil Schlarb discussed the Grundy County Museum during yesterdays meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.

Schlarb said the museum, military annex, and a one room school help to present information on Grundy county history, traditions, and citizens. He explained museum properties should be considered as a tourist destination, drawing people to Trenton.

Schlarb, who's the board president, described the museum as a “partner in education” saying it's a teaching tool by fostering inter-generational conversations among kids and adults.

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News : Livingston County Sheriff's Deputy Involved In Auto Accident
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/23 7:30:00 (720 reads)

On the night of May 16 a deputy had a one vehicle accident while responding to an emergency call in the North Western part of Livingston county.

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News : More charges against a Marshall man accused in physical altercations at Mercer this month
Posted by John on 2013/5/23 5:10:00 (725 reads)

Two additional charges were filed yesterday against a Marshall man accused of being involved in physical altercations at Mercer on May 10th. The new counts filed by Prosecuting Attorney John Young accuse 64 year old Gene Pattie of first degree burglary as well as kidnapping to facilitate the commission of a felony.

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News : bethany theater showing documentary about the last survivor of World War 1
Posted by John on 2013/5/19 17:38:28 (295 reads)

A documentary film about the last American veteran of World War I is being screened throughout May in Missouri,including Monday at Bethany-- helping continue the late Frank Buckles' fight for a national memorial in Washington, D.C.

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News : Construction Continues On Amphitheater In Milan.
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/17 13:51:10 (769 reads)

MILAN, MO. -- For a number of months Milan has been watching the birth of its brand new amphitheater.

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News : mentoring group to sponsor free campout and activities for kids
Posted by John on 2013/5/17 7:09:29 (283 reads)

Plans have been announced for a FREE camp for kids and youth scheduled May 24th and 25th in Tait Park at Braymer. Registration starts at 3 o’clock that Friday afternoon.

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News : Iowa Driver Licenses Online Without A Vision Test
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/16 8:40:00 (379 reads)

DES MOINES, IOWA (AP) -- Iowa drivers will be able to renew their driver's licenses online under a bill signed into law by the governor.

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News : local ceremony to honor fallen law enforcement officers
Posted by John on 2013/5/15 10:24:31 (317 reads)

Plans are being formed for a ceremony this weekend at Trenton to honor two local law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty. The event is planned at the conclusion of the national observance of law enforcement officer week.

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News : NTSB Pushes For Stricter DUI Limits
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/15 7:04:56 (276 reads)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. —The amount of drinks someone can have before being considered legally drunk may be changing.

The National Transportation Safety Board is pushing for lower blood-alcohol limits for American drivers, changing the standard set about a decade ago


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News : Flags Stolen From Chillicothe Cemetery
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/29 9:58:44 (369 reads)

Authorities in Livingston County are investigating after flags were stolen from a cemetery in Chillicothe.

The sheriff's office said someone stole twenty five flags and flag holders from the Catholic Cemetery on the east side of town.

Sheriff Steve Cox said his office received a similar report several months ago when Chillicothe police found that vases had been stolen from other cemeteries.

Contact the Livingston County Sheriff's Department at 660-646-0515 with any information about the latest theft in Chillicothe.

News : GED TESTS AND AEL CLASSES COMING TO AN END
Posted by John on 2013/5/28 13:05:52 (289 reads)

Due to funding cuts by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Green Hills Community Action Agency reports its Adult Education and Literacy classes will no longer be available to area residents seeking to obtain their G-E-D.

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News : Winston School Board Votes To Increase Teacher Salaries
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/28 8:50:00 (405 reads)

The Winston School board voted to increase the base salary for teachers and hired faculty and staff during their meeting Monday.

The board approved a $500 increase to the Certified Teacher Salary Schedule base. This increases the school’s salary schedule base to $26,500. The board also approved an equivalent 2.85 percent increase to all non-certified staff and certified employees not on the salary schedule.

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News : Update: Training Assists Officer In Walking Away From Accident
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/24 9:30:00 (415 reads)

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox is crediting the use of a seat belt and training at an emergency vehicle operations course in allowing a Deputy Sheriff to walk away from an accident.

The video of the officer, inside the car, can be seen here, on Youtube

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News : Man Arrested after allegedly Impersonating a Deputy Sheriff
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/24 7:25:37 (427 reads)

According to the Livingston County Sherrifs Department, Information on a man arrested for alleged Financial Exploitation of the Elderly/Disabled on a class B felony was made through an investigation by the Chillicothe Police recently.

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News : Eighteen Year Old Arrested For Prostitution
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/24 6:22:12 (1264 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff has arrested Tye Nicole Wells, 18, of Chillicothe, at First and Hickory Street in Chillicothe for alleged Patronizing Prostitution.

The arrest is a class B misdemeanor. Ms. Wells is being held in the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail pending filing of formal charges.

The Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney Adam Warren has been informed of the arrest, as well as alleged bond violations.

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News : Trenton Police Department Seeks Input On Truck Traffic Within Trenton
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/23 7:40:00 (313 reads)

The Trenton Police Department is seeking input on ways to abate tractor trailer truck traffic within the city limits of Trenton.

Police Chief Tommy Wright says he is seeking input from the public, on ways to get trucks to their destination.

You can leave your input and ideas on this issue on the Trenton Police Department's Facebook page at www.facebook.com.

News : Jamesport Man Accused Of Impersonating Deputy
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/23 5:40:00 (390 reads)

A Jamesport man has been accused of impersonating a Deputy Sheriff arrested and charged. The Chillicothe Police Department arrested Jeremy Brannon, 29, on Wednesday.

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News : Museum Topic Of Open Line Program
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/20 9:12:58 (297 reads)

Phil Schlarb, Tad Trombley, and Tom Stickler were recent guests on Open Line, discussing the upcoming season for the Grundy County Museum.

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News : Northeast Missouri School Superintendent Arrested For Stealing And Forgery
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/18 7:35:23 (830 reads)

WORTH COUNTY, MO. -- The South Shelby R-IV School Board is going to withdraw its job offer to a superintendent candidate amid allegations that he stole money from his previous school district.

The agenda for Thursday night's emergency school board meeting said the district will rescind its offer to Michael “Mike” Rennells, 34, of Grant City, Missouri.

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News : woman arrested in disturbance at Chula School
Posted by John on 2013/5/17 7:30:00 (524 reads)

Livingston county officials report the arrest on multiple charges of a Chula woman in what Sheriff Steve Cox called a potentially very serious incident yesterday at the Livingston R-3 school in Chula.

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News : "Funny Money" Passed In Macon, Mo.
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/16 8:54:42 (348 reads)

MACON, MO. -- On Monday, a local business in Macon contacted the Macon Police Department saying it had received a counterfeit $50 bill. It reported it also received smaller dollar amounts of counterfeit bills twice on two other occasions prior to Monday.

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News : Research Looks At Teens
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/16 8:33:58 (279 reads)

COLUMBIA, MO. (AP) -- A University of Missouri journalism researcher says that social-media saturated teenagers aren't necessarily savvier consumers of news.

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News : Bill Makes It Tougher For Electrion Recounts In Missouri
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/15 8:42:57 (357 reads)

JEFFERSON CITY, MO. (AP) -- Losing political candidates could find it harder to get a recount under legislation sent to Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.

A bill given final approval Tuesday would tighten the margin of defeat necessary to trigger a recount in Missouri elections. Under current law, a candidate who loses by less than 1 percent can seek a recount. The legislation would require a margin of less than one-half of a percent to request a recount.

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News : Man Facing Federal Charges Disappears
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/13 18:36:50 (678 reads)

KIRKSVILLE, MO. -- A Kirksville man facing federal charges was scheduled to go on trial Monday, however, he was nowhere to be found.

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