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News : NCMC hosts Presidential Trivia contest on Election Night
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 12:43:47 (260 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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Sports : Trenton's Jaci and Jessica Tracy win first match, lose next two at state tennis doubles
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 9:40:00 (304 reads)

The Trenton High School senior doubles duo of Jaci Tracy and Jessica Tracy began Class 1 state tournament play on Friday morning with a convincing win, only to see the Lady Bulldogs nemesis from Barstow High School waiting in the state quarterfinals.

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Sports : Trenton's late-season roll continues in dominating win at Concordia
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 8:30:00 (256 reads)

The Trenton Bulldogs wore down a bigger Concordia front on Friday night, dominating the second half and pulling away for a 34-7 victory, giving the Bulldogs a 5-4 finish to the 2012 regular season, and dropping Concordia to an identical record of 5-4.

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Accidents : Lawson woman injured in Highway 69 accident
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 8:09:31 (357 reads)

A Lawson resident was hurt when the car she was driving went off Highway 69 and hit a utility pole south of Cameron. Forty-six year old April White of Lawson was taken to Liberty Hospital with what the Highway Patrol called MODERATE injuries.

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News : Chula Fire Department announces annual meeting
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 8:05:32 (239 reads)

The Chula Rural Fire Department holds its annual meeting on Thursday, November 1st. There will be a business meeting and the election of two board members. Refreshments will be served with door prizes given away.

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News : Legendary farm broadcasters praises work done by 4-H
Posted by John on 2012/10/21 19:00:00 (265 reads)

Agri-business broadcast great Orion Samuelson wears two pins on his lapel. One is the American flag, the other a 4-H flag.

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News : Grants can be sought to add value to agriculture products
Posted by John on 2012/10/21 18:47:51 (358 reads)

Ag producers in Missouri that are interested in developing or expanding Value Added Ag Operations can apply for grant funding from the Missouri Department of Agriculture.

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News : Stanberry man pleads guilty in federal court at Kansas City
Posted by John on 2012/10/17 16:40:00 (704 reads)

David M. Ketchmark, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Stanberry man who produced child pornography and possessed more than a thousand images of child pornography pleaded guilty in federal court.

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News : Check out KTTN for audio-video coverage of Missouri Day Parade Saturday Oct. 20
Posted by John on 2012/10/17 16:30:00 (1304 reads)

The Missouri Day Parade on Saturday, October 20th promises to the biggest and best ever as a salute is given to our military. The theme is "Sounds of Freedom, a Tribute to our Military".

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News : Tuesday meeting in Spickard to determine hours of retail service at Spickarfd Post office
Posted by John on 2012/10/17 16:20:00 (419 reads)

A spokesman for the U-S Postal Service says it is no longer considering closing any rural post offices. Instead, the postal service is aiming to reduce expenses by shortening hours of over-the-counter retail services at many locations.

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News : Federal authorities arrest Gallatin man
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/17 9:32:12 (399 reads)

The Gallatin Police Department, along with federal agents from the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Social Securities, and the Missouri Department of Revenue, have served an arrest warrant for 58-year old Jose Felix Gutierrez of Gallatin. The Livingston County warrant was for forgery.

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Sports : NCMC Baseball "Alumni Day" planned for Saturday
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/16 13:11:06 (280 reads)

North Central Missouri College Baseball Coach Donnie Hillerman invites NCMC baseball alumni and friends of the program to Burleigh Grimes Field for NCMC Baseball Alumni Day on Saturday, October 20.

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News : Reigning State Fair queen to appear in Missouri Day Parade
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/16 10:30:00 (278 reads)

Missouri State Fair Queen Emily Wood of Palmyra is to ride in the Missouri Day Festival Parade through the streets of Trenton on Saturday morning. The 19-year old is a sophomore at Moberly Area Community College, majoring in nursing. She hopes to eventually earn a Nurse Practitioner's license and a Doctorate in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

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Accidents : Worth County accident injures southern Iowa teen
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/16 10:19:27 (317 reads)

A teenager girl from Mount Ayr, Iowa sustained minor injuries when her SUV drove off Worth County Route C and hit an embankment on Thursday afternoon (October 11th).

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Road Work : Highway 6 to receive work east of Novinger
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/16 8:37:26 (304 reads)

The Missouri Department of Transportation will be replacing sections of Highway 6 between Novinger and Kirksville today (Tuesday) and tomorrow. It will result in one-lane traffic. Flagmen will direct motorists. There will be a 15 foot width restriction in the work zones from 7:30 to 3 o'clock both days.

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News : Missouri Day Festival results
Posted by John on 2012/10/22 10:50:00 (527 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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Sports : Brookfield Lady Dogs lose early lead, drop Class 2 championship game
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 9:29:29 (594 reads)

The Brookfield Lady Dogs softball team, on an offensive roll since the opening of the Class 2 state playoffs, again put an early crooked number on the scoreboard to take a seemingly dominant lead in Saturday's state championship game, only to see Pleasant Hope rally from 6-0 down with four runs in the fifth inning, and five more in the sixth, to upend the Cinderella run of Brookfield, 9-6.

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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 (359 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 : Gilman City's boil advisory now cancelled
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/22 8:07:30 (231 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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News : Changing Pacific temperatures could give the midwest a break on winter weather
Posted by John on 2012/10/21 19:01:01 (389 reads)

A climatologist with the University of Missouri is predicting a slightly warmer than normal winter and a little below average precipitation.

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News : Grant will help with downtown project in Kirksville
Posted by John on 2012/10/21 18:53:18 (219 reads)

Adair County will receive a $76,800 grant through the federal Historic Preservation Fund. The county will use the grant to make structural repairs necessary to stabilize the roof framework of their courthouse that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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News : New V-A shuttle bus at Trenton needs volunteer drivers
Posted by John on 2012/10/17 16:50:00 (374 reads)

While requesting additional drivers for the V-A shuttle bus to take local and area veterans to medical facilities, Veterans Service Officer Wayne Kleinschmidt stressed there is a dire need for the transportation service.

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News : 16th annual marching band festival is part of 28th annual Missouri Day Festival at Trenton
Posted by John on 2012/10/17 16:35:01 (676 reads)

From the beginning of the parade competition to the awards ceremony more than 12 hours later, the marching band festival Saturday promises to be a full day of activity for some 48 visiting high school bands plus Trenton High School.

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News : Chairs for Dreams auction in Trenton Friday October 19th
Posted by John on 2012/10/17 16:27:12 (475 reads)

Dinner and an auction benefiting the northwest Missouri chapter of the DREAM Factory is among the features during Missouri Day weekend in Trenton. The public event on Friday October 19th will include a spaghetti supper starting at 5:30 and the auction of painted and decorated chairs to follow, about 7:30. All are held at the Trenton Elks Lodge.

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Sports : Trenton, Cameron dominate Class 3, District 15 softball team
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/17 13:28:26 (547 reads)

The softball players on the Class 3, All-District 15 team have been announced, and to nobody's surprise, district champion Trenton and runner-up Cameron have the majority of players named to the first and second teams. To see the complete list of players honored, click on 'read more':

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Sports : With last week of regular season approaching, little change seen in high school football poll
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/16 14:16:53 (362 reads)

The dominant football teams across northern Missouri remain that way through eight weeks of the high school football season, with the latest state football poll keeping Hamilton ranked #1 in Class 1, with South Harrison at #6, and Milan and Lathrop seeking entry into the top ten in their respective classes, despite a combined record of 14-1 between the two teams. Click on "read more" to see the latest rankings from the Missouri Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association:

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News : NCMC to participate in federal grant to offer specialized instructor for manufacturing related jobs
Posted by John on 2012/10/16 11:50:00 (318 reads)

Governor Jay Nixon announced today that Missouri Community Colleges will invest $15,000,000 through MOManufacturingWINs, a statewide training network that will create opportunities for Missourians to obtain the specialized training they need to begin a career in modern manufacturing.

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Accidents : Highway 6 accident injures two Green Castle residents
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/16 10:22:36 (305 reads)

Two people were hurt on Thursday morning, October 11th, just east of Green Castle, when a car went off Highway 6 and into a ditch. The Highway Patrol said a passenger, 71-year old Shirley Speiser of Green Castle, was flown by medical helicopter to University Hospital in Columbia, with injuries described as MODERATE.

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News : Livingston County authorities investigating thefts from cemeteries
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/16 10:11:57 (256 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department is investigating the theft of five bronze vases taken from graves at the Utica Cemetery. It is noted that the Chillicothe Police Department has recently begun a similar investigation at a Chillicothe cemetery. People with information on these cases are asked to contact the Livingston County Sheriff's Department or Chillicothe Police Department.

Health Advisories : Gilman City placed under boil water advisory
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/16 7:35:55 (441 reads)

A precautionary boil water advisory is in effect for Gilman City until further notice. Utilities Superintendent Larry Hyre says that a lightning strike on Saturday damaged a Gilman City water main midway between Gilman City and Coffey, leading to the water tower being drained and a water outage for Gilman City.

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