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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 (633 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 (451 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 (457 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 (577 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 (425 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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News : Former Milan woman pleads guilty to Minnesota murder charges
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/9 14:08:38 (492 reads)

A woman arrested in Milan for the death of her newborn infant in Minnesota, entered a guilty plea on Wednesday while in court in Gaylord, Minnesota. Sources say 29 year old Amy Romero entered a plea of guilty to charges of second-degree manslaughter for abandoning her newborn daughter and leaving her outdoors to die in the woods near her Minnesota home in 2001.

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News : Senator McCaskill announces Lauren Gray can STAY in the U.S.A.
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/8 16:50:00 (854 reads)

United States Senator Claire McCaskill, on Wednesday morning, announced that she has successfully worked with the Department of Homeland Security to obtain an exemption allowing Lauren Gray of Trenton to continue to legally stay in the U.S. and also to seek employment. Lauren will receive a two-year renewable deferral while she and her family continue to wait for Green Card Permanent residency in the U.S.

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Lauren Gray (right) outside her family's business, Lakeview Motor Lodge and Restaurant in Trenton, Mo., with her mother, Ali Gray (Photo Credit - Kansas City Star)

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News : Primary election held Tuesday across northern Missouri
Posted by John on 2012/8/7 23:50:00 (1409 reads)

Two incumbents won re-nominations in contested races, two others lost Tuesday night as results filtered in from the Republican Primary election in Grundy County. The city of Trenton's sales tax issue lost by the narrowest of margins. It was a high voter turnout for a primary election – 46 percent.

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News : Wright Memorial Hospital seeks funds to construct "walking trail"
Posted by John on 2012/8/7 9:00:00 (496 reads)

Efforts continue to progress on raising funds for the construction of a walking trail by the Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation.

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News : Burn ban extended to the village of Jameson
Posted by John on 2012/8/6 13:54:53 (399 reads)

The village of Jameson has been added to communities with bans on open burning. Spokesman Jared Hogan of the Jameson Fire Protection District noted the burn ban coincides with one issued by the Daviess County Commission for all areas of that county. It was issued because of the continued extremely dry ground conditions and lack of significant rain. The ban on outdoor burning at Jameson will be in effect until further notice.

News : Former Milan woman to go on trial in Minnesota murder case
Posted by John on 2012/8/3 8:20:00 (647 reads)

A woman arrested in Milan earlier this year is facing multiple charges following the death of her newborn baby more than ten years ago.

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News : North Central Missouri Fair Board announces campaign to construct new grandstand
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/2 9:29:08 (690 reads)

An announcement was made on Monday morning in Trenton, specifically concerning a fund drive that has been established for the construction of a new grandstand on the existing North Central Missouri fairgrounds.

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News : Senator McCaskill offers assistance in efforts to keep Lauren Gray in the U.S.
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/1 15:20:00 (625 reads)

Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri is hopeful something can be done to help Lauren Gray of Trenton regarding the soon-to-be 21-year old's residency status. Lauren, her mother Ali Gray, and a friend of Lauren's, Shelby Muff of Trenton, met with Senator McCaskill on Tuesday in Washington, DC. The Gray family is seeking the ability for Lauren Gray to legally remain in the U.S. when she turns 21 next Wednesday, August 8th.

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News : Chillicothe announces plans to expand its water park
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/14 12:50:00 (459 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 (637 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 (559 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 (449 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 : Gallatin man injured when A-T-V goes through a fence, twice
Posted by John on 2012/8/10 5:30:00 (532 reads)

A Gallatin man, operating an A-T-V, was involved in a private property accident on Thursday night. The highway patrol described injuries as SERIOUS for 71 year old William Boyd. He was flown by medical helicopter to North Kansas City Hospital.

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News : FBI releases additional information on robbery suspect in Jamesport
Posted by John on 2012/8/9 8:30:00 (866 reads)

Additional information has been announced from the FBI's Kansas City office regarding Wednesday afternoon's robbery of the Home Exchange Bank in Jamesport.

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Image shows Jamesport bank robber

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News : Authorities investigate into death of Wheeling man; Update: one person arrested
Posted by John on 2012/8/8 16:10:00 (1377 reads)

A Wheeling man died Wednesday morning in a private property accident in rural Livingston County. The highway patrol listed the victim as 33 year old Patrick Kinsella of Wheeling. The Livingston County Sheriff's Department reports that investigation has determined that in addition to the death, authorities are focusing on who might have been present at the time.

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News : WMH Foundation continues to solicit funds for a public walking trail and memorial garden
Posted by John on 2012/8/7 9:00:00 (289 reads)

Efforts to construct a walking trail by the right Memorial Hospital Foundation continue to progress.

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News : Prison Inmate enters plea following indictment on fraudulent filing false income tax returns
Posted by John on 2012/8/6 17:00:00 (447 reads)

A state prison inmate pleaded guilty in federal court today to a tax refund scheme. Forty-five year old Kevin Dunham is an inmate at the Western Missouri Correctional Center in Cameron.

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News : Announcements for Stacy Center and Ketcham Community Center
Posted by John on 2012/8/3 9:30:00 (513 reads)

As of this morning (August 3rd) the Stacy Center pool at Princeton will be closed until further notice due to water restrictions in the city of Princeton. Ketcham Community Center at Trenton announces closing dates for routine maintenance.

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News : Chillicothe holds groundbreaking ceremony for Hedrick Medical Center
Posted by Tom on 2012/8/2 12:01:46 (678 reads)

It was nine years ago on August 1st when St. Luke's Health System began operating Hedrick Medical Center. On the anniversary of that agreement, St. Luke's and the city of Chillicothe held a ceremonial ground-breaking to commemorate the start of construction for a new hospital and doctor's building off the southeast corner of Highway 65 and Mohawk Road.

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News : Arrest made in Gallatin in kidnapping incident
Posted by John on 2012/8/1 18:00:00 (590 reads)

Gallatin Police have arrested 26 year old Jonathan Ray Lee Parker of Gallatin on multiple charges following investigation into an alleged child abduction incident on Wednesday morning in Gallatin.

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News : North Central Missouri Fair crowns 2012 queen
Posted by John on 2012/8/1 11:40:00 (607 reads)

Trenton High School Class of 2012 graduate Loren Fox is the new queen of the North Central Missouri Fair in Trenton.

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