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News : NCMC Foundation Board adds members, accepts one resignation
Posted by John on 2012/8/20 11:50:00 (478 reads)

A new board member was welcomed and another board member was elected when the directors of the North Central Missouri College Foundation met Thursday in the conference room of the Lager Laboratory of the College’s Barton Farm Campus.

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News : Green Hills Community Action Agency to host open house in Brookfield
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/20 10:33:33 (340 reads)

The Green Hills Community Action Agency will be holding an open house this Wednesday, at a home constructed with grant money in Brookfield. Wednesday's event runs from 10 to 2 o'clock at 1011 Pettijohn. The home was constructed with a grant from the Missouri Housing Development Commission.

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News : Circus coming to Milan on Saturday afternoon
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/18 6:04:57 (409 reads)

Milan will be the site of two circus performances this (Saturday) afternoon. The Culpepper and Merriweather circus will present shows at 2 o'clock and 4:30.

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News : Livingston County authorities continue to deal with attempted jail escapes
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/17 9:40:00 (473 reads)

Authorities in Livingston County are investigating an alleged attempt to escape from the jail in Chillicothe this week. On Sunday night, Sheriff Steve Cox says a male detainee "bolted" out of the cell area and down a hallway as a detention officer was about to lock down other detainees in that cell block. Locked security doors prevented the man from exiting that part of the building.

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News : Interview with Congressman Paul Ryan to be aired Saturday on Hot Country Z 101.7
Posted by John on 2012/8/17 9:30:00 (411 reads)

Republican Vice Presidential Candidate, U.S. Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, will be interviewed on Hot Country Z 101.7 Saturday as a guest on Cary Hall's weekly program.

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News : Classes begin Monday at North Central Missouri College
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/17 9:19:18 (332 reads)

Classes at North Central Missouri College in Trenton are scheduled to begin on Monday, with move-in activities planned for tomorrow (Saturday), closing Mable Street on the campus while students move into residence halls and participate in "Welcome Events".

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News : DNR to host Saturday event at Sydenstricker's in Macon
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/17 9:12:50 (444 reads)

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will host an event tomorrow (Saturday) in Macon that is aimed at helping area residents rid their homes and farms of unwanted pesticides and related chemicals.

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News : Trenton High School Class of '87 selects Alumni Weekend honoree
Posted by John on 2012/8/17 8:20:00 (535 reads)

Several members of the Class of 1987 remember their years at Trenton High School with a well-loved coach, Coach Richard “Dick” Mellencamp. Mellencamp will be the honoree for next month’s THS 25 Year Class Reunion.

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News : Water restrictions force limited hours for Stacy Center's pool
Posted by John on 2012/8/16 9:20:00 (469 reads)

The Stacy Center pool remains closed due to the water conservation going on within the city of Princeton. The gym and fitness center remain open, but with limited hours of operation.

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News : Chillicothe announces plans to expand its water park
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/14 12:50:00 (458 reads)

The city of Chillicothe has announced plans to proceed with building a new and expanded water park at the present site of the municipal swimming pool.

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News : Grundy County Friends of Arts announce schedule of programs -- admission tickets only for individual events
Posted by John on 2012/8/13 13:33:40 (631 reads)

The Board of Directors of the Grundy County Friends of the Arts is pleased and excited to announce their plans for the 47th Season and have high hopes that the variety included will be of special interest to you.

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News : Plans for September 1st "Poker Run" announced
Posted by John on 2012/8/13 11:00:00 (553 reads)

The route has been determined for a fund-raising motorcycle ride September 1st that begins and ends in Trenton. It is one of the events for Trenton High School's Alumni Weekend.

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News : Missouri offers low interest loans to struggling farmers
Posted by John on 2012/8/12 15:10:00 (556 reads)

State Treasurer Clint Zweifel has money to lend to help farmers impacted by the drought. Farmers with soybeans dying in the field, and livestock that need feed, have a tough choice to make.

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News : Senator Lager has no regrets in Lieutenant Governor challenge
Posted by John on 2012/8/12 14:40:00 (448 reads)

State Senator Brad Lager of Savannah has come up about 15,296 votes short of stopping Peter Kinder’s effort to get a third term as Lieutenant Governor. Lager easily carried northern Missouri counties in Tuesday's primary but it was not enough to win.

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News : U.P. locomotive exhibit to visit Trenton and Polo on Monday
Posted by John on 2012/8/12 14:20:00 (496 reads)

In celebration of Union Pacific’s 150th anniversary, the UP's 150 Express (Engine No. 844) will be making a stop in Trenton to share the history of the railroad company.

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News : "Potential" weapons found in Livingston County Jail search
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/20 10:40:00 (425 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department says a search of the jail in Chillicothe has resulted in the discovery of "potential weapons". One was described as hard plastic fashioned into a weapon, with the other a "quantity of wire".

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News : Adair County motorcycle accident injures Greencastle man
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/20 10:30:18 (392 reads)

A Greencastle man was injured on Friday afternoon when the motorcycle he was driving traveled off an Adair County road, throwing him off. Sixty-five year old Ralph Rose was taken to Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, with injuries described as 'MODERATE' by the Highway Patrol.

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News : Four-wheeler accident injures two from Spickard
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/17 9:45:37 (338 reads)

Two Spickard residents were flown by medical helicopter to Kansas City following a four-wheeler accident on Saturday night (August 11th) near Spickard. The Highway Patrol says that 47-year old Robert Blozvich Junior and Sue Thrasher (age unavailable) both received SERIOUS injuries, and were flown to St. Luke's Hospital.

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News : Shatto Dairy of Osborn reopens after health scare
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/17 9:30:00 (351 reads)

Shatto Dairy in Osborn has resumed operations after a plant permit was reinstated. That information came from the Missouri Milk Board, in conjunction with the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Health and Senior Services.

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News : School year underway at Newtown-Harris
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/17 9:21:23 (335 reads)

The Newtown-Harris School District began its new academic year on Wednesday with an enrollment of 101 students. That is one MORE than last year on the first day of class.

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News : Two members of Gallatin's Park Board removed from office
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/17 9:16:47 (404 reads)

At this week's Board of Aldermen meeting in Gallatin, Mayor Barb Ballew recommended, and the aldermen approved, the removal of Terri Wright and Mike Butcher from the Gallatin Park Board. Carrie Holcomb was re-appointed to serve on the Park Board for a three-year term.

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News : Linn County approved for "EEZ" desgination
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/17 9:05:45 (304 reads)

The Missouri Department of Economic Development has announced approval of Enhanced Enterprise Zone (EEZ) designation for Linn County. The designation, which includes the cities of Browning, Laclede, Linneus, Meadville, and Purdin, will allow county officials to continue to move forward with economic development efforts.

News : Backpack Buddies seeks donations to help supply children with food
Posted by John on 2012/8/16 9:40:00 (809 reads)

Backpack Buddies is preparing for the approaching school year. Nearly 3,200 children in 15 counties across Second Harvest Community Food Bank’s service area are taking part in the program for the 2012-2013 school year.

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News : Trenton Board of Education agrees to pay portion of new bleacher seating
Posted by John on 2012/8/15 15:00:00 (671 reads)

The Trenton R-9 Board of Education has agreed to make a conditional payment to the city for use of portable bleachers, adopted a lower school tax levy, and heard about some changes as a result of Missouri's waiver from the federal law known as
“No Child Left Behind”. The graduation date for Trenton High School's Class of 2013 also was set.

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News : KCP&L announces $1,000,000 contribution to help those hit by summer heat
Posted by John on 2012/8/14 9:00:00 (632 reads)

Kansas City Power and Light’s Connections programs has been expanded to assist seniors, low-income customers and families struggling to pay their electric utility bills.

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News : "Backpack Buddies" seeks donations to supply food for school-children in 2012-2013
Posted by John on 2012/8/13 12:00:00 (449 reads)

Backpack Buddies is the supplemental weekend feeding program of the Second Harvest Community Food Bank at St. Joseph. It operates in 15 counties and relies on monetary donations.

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News : Dove hunters to be required to fill out "daily card"
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/13 10:31:40 (455 reads)

Dove hunters during the month of September will be required to complete a daily hunting card at the Pony Express Conservation Area south of Maysville. This is a change from earlier policy.

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News : Drought-stricken small businesses can apply for help
Posted by John on 2012/8/12 14:50:00 (575 reads)

Small businesses in Missouri are now eligible for federal disaster assistance from the Small Business Administration because of the prolonged heat and drought.

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News : Shatto Dairy of Osborn, Missouri has milk products recalled
Posted by John on 2012/8/12 14:30:00 (423 reads)

The State Milk Board, in conjunction with the Missouri Department of Agriculture and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, announced today milk products produced by Shatto Dairy of Osborn are being recalled.

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News : Cameron resident shows "Champion Lambs" at the Missouri State Fair
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/11 8:07:34 (475 reads)

A Cameron resident, Troy Sloan, exhibited both the Grand Champion and Reserve Champion market lambs at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia. The Grand Champion crossbred lamb weighed 146 pounds, while the Reserve Champion lamb weighed 130 pounds.

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