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News : ATV accident injures Gilman City woman
Posted by Tom on 2012/11/6 7:49:39 (378 reads)

A Gilman City woman was hurt when an all-terrain vehicle overturned early Sunday morning in Gilman City. Twenty-two year old Joycelynn Still was taken by private vehicle to Harrison County Community Hospital in Bethany. The Highway Patrol said she had minor injuries. Ms. Still was a passenger on the ATV.

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News : Quality deer management program emphasized by the University of Missouri extension
Posted by John on 2012/11/5 12:20:00 (587 reads)

During this year’s deer season, landowners and hunters can work together to improve the quality of the deer herd in their area by collecting important information once deer are harvested. Gathering data about the herd is the crucial first step in the practice of “Quality Deer Management” (QDM), said Bob Pierce, University of Missouri Extension wildlife specialist.

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News : Annual livestock symposium comes to Kirksville in early December
Posted by John on 2012/11/1 12:50:00 (397 reads)

Entry forms for the 2012 Missouri Livestock Symposium Classic Tractor Contest are due on Friday, November 2nd, according to Garry Mathes, chair of the Symposium Planning Committee at Kirksville. The winning five tractors will be on display at the 2012 Missouri Livestock Symposium December 7th and 8th at Kirksville Middle School.

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News : Election Day to relocate Gallatin driver's testing station
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/31 9:20:00 (308 reads)

The testing location of the Gallatin Driver Examination Station will be affected by the election on Tuesday, November 6th. On that day, the Gallatin D.E. Station, located in the Daviess County Courthouse, will be closed.

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News : Information for deer hunters from Mo Department of Conservation
Posted by John on 2012/10/29 15:00:00 (619 reads)

How will this year’s historic drought and higher-than-normal incidence of hemorrhagic diseases affect Missouri’s deer harvest? The answer, according to the Missouri Department Conservation (MDC), is “Not much. At least not this year.”

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News : Princeton high school has team score highly in a career development event at the national FFA convention
Posted by John on 2012/10/28 11:30:00 (397 reads)

Among judging results at the national F-F-A Convention in Indianapolis, Princeton FFA Chapter had a team placed seventh in the country in evaluating livestock. Princeton had won first place in livestock judging during Missouri's FFA convention—thus qualifying the team for the national career development event.

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News : Preparations underway for February's statewide earthquake drill
Posted by John on 2012/10/26 11:30:00 (413 reads)

Registration is now open for Missouri’s statewide earthquake drill on February 7th. Schools, families and businesses are encouraged to take part in the ‘Great Central U.S. Shake Out’ drill that annually attracts more than 400,000 Missourians to participation.

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News : Missouri Secretary of State explains four ballot proposals
Posted by John on 2012/10/26 11:20:00 (485 reads)

Secretary of State Robin Carnahan today reminded voters they will have the opportunity to vote on one constitutional and three statutory amendments in the November 6th general election. Carnahan wants voters to be aware of the official ballot titles and fair ballot language for the measures.

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News : Important information for deer hunters in Linn and Macon counties
Posted by John on 2012/10/23 17:50:00 (574 reads)

At its October 19th meeting in Springfield, the Missouri Conservation Commission approved issuing special no-cost “CWD Management Seals” to landowners in the core area where Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been detected in Linn and Macon counties. The seals are a special harvest provision that is part of the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) proactive management plan to limit the spread of CWD.

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News : Twenty-five businesses and organizations cooperate for trick or treat night October 29 in Trenton
Posted by John on 2012/10/23 14:30:00 (436 reads)

The ninth annual Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce Trick or Treat Night has been set for Monday, October 29th at the Rock Barn.

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News : October 30th meeting in Jamesport to discuss health care in Daviess county
Posted by John on 2012/10/23 14:20:00 (288 reads)

A “Town Hall” meeting in Jamesport to discuss health care in Daviess County has been scheduled for Tuesday, October 30th.

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News : University Extension to hold drought response meetings for farmers and ranchers
Posted by John on 2012/10/22 13:40:00 (334 reads)

In response to the drought, the University of Missouri Extension Agricultural Specialists of Northwest Missouri are planning a series of meetings for agricultural producers to be held at seven locations in our region during the first two weeks of November.

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News : Tractor accident injures Breckenridge man
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 12:57:02 (325 reads)

A Breckenridge man was hurt on Saturday afternoon when the farm tractor he was driving went off a private drive and hit a tree near Breckenridge. The Highway Patrol said 56-year old Wayne Black fell from the tractor. He was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center, with injuries described as MODERATE.

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News : NCMC hosts Presidential Trivia contest on Election Night
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 12:43:47 (342 reads)

Faculty members at the Social Sciences department of North Central Missouri College are sponsoring a 'Presidential Trivia' contest on Tuesday, November 6th. Organizers say 'Celebrate Election Night' will be a non-partisan event in which participants can match their knowledge of presidential trivia while watching election returns.

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News : Holt parents charged with second degree murder in death of four-year old boy
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 8:13:12 (403 reads)

A father and step-mother have been charged in the death of a four-year old boy at Holt on Monday, October 15th. The Highway Patrol said the boy's father, 34-year old Justin Webb, and step-mother, 32-year old Melissa Webb, both of Holt, have been charged with second degree murder of four-year old Lucas Webb.

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News : "Scouting For Food" drive nets 2,006 pounds across Trenton
Posted by Tom on 2012/11/6 7:45:38 (300 reads)

The Scouting For Food drive in residential area in Trenton on Saturday resulted in the donation of more than 2,000 pounds of non-perishable food items, paper products, and personal hygiene items. A $100.00 donation also was received. The 2,006 pounds was about 900 pounds BELOW average.

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News : Increased turkey kill during the firearms season
Posted by John on 2012/11/5 5:49:29 (273 reads)

An increase in Missouri’s 2012 fall firearms turkey harvest confirms population gains that turkey managers predicted and hunters hoped for.

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News : Farmers can apply to receive grants to benefit their rural communities
Posted by John on 2012/11/1 12:20:38 (428 reads)

For the third consecutive year, America’s Farmers Grow CommunitiesSM, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, gives eligible farmers the opportunity to win a $2,500 donation to direct to their favorite local nonprofit organization. Farmers can enter between now and Nov. 30 for their chance to help a nonprofit in need.

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News : Grundy County recycling trailer at Spickard
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/30 10:51:22 (278 reads)

The recycling trailer hauled by Grundy County personnel is to be at the Spickard Fire Station over the next TWO weeks. The trailer is scheduled to be taken to LAREDO on Monday, November 12th.

News : Applications being taken by the Salvation Army at Trenton for holiday food baskets
Posted by John on 2012/10/29 14:50:28 (418 reads)

Applications will be accepted tomorrow (Tuesday) in Trenton for Salvation Army food baskets for the holiday season. Eligible persons can go to the First Christian Church at 17th and Princeton Road between 10 and 12 noon AND between 1 and 4 o'clock on Tuesday.

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News : American FFA degrees awarded at national convention
Posted by John on 2012/10/26 18:30:00 (529 reads)

Numerous young men and women from this area will be receiving their American FFA degree Saturday before the conclusion of the National Convention in Indianapolis. This is the highest individual degree awarded within the F-F-A program. "Read More" to see the list of local area winners.

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News : NCMC AND NW Missouri State sign cooperative agreement
Posted by John on 2012/10/26 11:20:00 (577 reads)

Northwest Missouri State University and North Central Missouri College celebrated a new cooperative agreement between the two schools with an official signing ceremony on the Northwest campus on Wednesday, October 24th.

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News : Trick or Treat safely throughout Missouri
Posted by John on 2012/10/26 11:10:00 (379 reads)

Halloween will be here before we can say 'Boo'. Soon costumed kids dressed as friendly ghosts, winsome witches and precocious princesses will be trick-or-treating in your neighborhood. Because children tend to focus on the excitement of Halloween and forget about safety, it is up to parents, caregivers and motorists to make sure that every little boy and “ghoul” has a safe and happy holiday.

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News : State Treasurer attempts to return unclaimed life insurance proceeds to owners of the policies
Posted by John on 2012/10/23 17:48:23 (1992 reads)

State Treasurer Clint Zweifel has now received more than $11.2 million in unclaimed life insurance policies. Missourians can search www.ShowMeMoney.com to find policies that may belong to them. See the general list by regions in the state under "read more"

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News : Sounds of "big band" music come to Chillicothe November 4th
Posted by John on 2012/10/23 14:30:00 (339 reads)

The big band sound of music greats like Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Harry James, Count Basie, the Dorsey Brothers and others will be featured in a 3 o'clock concert on Sunday, November 4th, at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center in Chillicothe.

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News : North Missouri communities receive awards at Missouri community betterment conference
Posted by John on 2012/10/23 11:00:00 (353 reads)

Thirty-six communities and 14 individuals were honored at the Missouri Community Betterment conference at Lake Ozark. The awards banquet was the highlight of the 49th conference which assists communities to improve their quality of life. Nearly 325 volunteers, community leaders and youth attended the Monday evening event.

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News : Veterans Benefits Fair coming to Princeton on Saturday
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 13:05:54 (280 reads)

A Veterans Benefits Fair is planned for this coming Saturday (October 27th) at the Princeton VFW Post. The hours are from 8 o'clock until 12 noon. A district service officer will be there to answer questions from both veterans and their families.

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News : Savannah Savages win "Sweepstakes Award" at Saturday's Missouri Day Band Festival
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 12:49:48 (404 reads)

Savannah High School won the Sweepstakes Award at the Missouri Day Marching Band Festival in Trenton on Saturday. The Savages had the highest combined scores from the parade and field show events, despite finishing second in both of those categories in Class 4.

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News : Missouri Day Festival results
Posted by John on 2012/10/22 10:50:00 (622 reads)

Results from the weekend festival in Weekend include the car show, quilt show, marching band festival, the parade, and pumpkin decorating events. Click on 'read more' to see the results provided to KTTN's News Department.

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News : Gilman City's boil advisory now cancelled
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 8:07:30 (285 reads)

A precautionary boil advisory for Gilman City has been cancelled. Tests of water samples show the water at Gilman City as 'safe to drink'.

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