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News : Area high schools participate in ag contests at NCMC
Posted by Tom on 2013/3/15 9:31:38 (424 reads)

High schools from across northern Missouri were represented in Trenton on Thursday when North Central Missouri College hosted 11 agriculture judging contests. Among high ranking results featuring area schools, Princeton took first place in meats, fourth in soils, fifth place in poultry, and fifth in nursery-landscape. Individually, Drew Cox was first and Thomas Mallinson second in meats, Devin Purvis placed first in soils, and Jessica Alderson was fourth in nursery-landscape.

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News : Meeting scheduled to continue Chillicothe's "downtown revitalization"
Posted by John on 2013/3/12 8:50:00 (453 reads)

A public presentation is scheduled next week concerning downtown Chillicothe revitalization. The event on Tuesday, March 19th is being run by the Missouri Main Street Connection AND the National
Trust Main Street Center.

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News : Nuisance Law/Building Code Open Line Topics
Posted by Randy on 2013/3/11 9:52:21 (391 reads)

Police Chief Tommy Wright, along with Donnie Vandevender, Code Enforcement Officer for the City Of Trenton were recent guests on Open line.

Click Here To Listen To The Entire Program

News : Fund raisers / project updates highlight meeting of Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation
Posted by John on 2013/3/6 10:14:50 (490 reads)

The Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation Board met on Tuesday evening for the first meeting of the 2013 year with Board Vice-Chair Tom Eads presiding.

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News : Roundabout Opera For Kids Open Line Topic
Posted by Randy on 2013/3/5 9:28:57 (447 reads)

Roundabout Opera for Kids will offer performances to the public and area school children early next week in Trenton. Listen as Phyllis Dible of Trenton and daughter Kim Jackson Carballo of Bloomington, Indiana discuss the performances on KTTN Open Line.

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News : Judicial commission nominates three to fill vacancy
Posted by Tom on 2013/3/4 8:42:36 (322 reads)

Three people have been nominated to fill a vacancy on the Western District Missouri Court of Appeals in Kansas City. This followed a series of interviews held on Monday, February 25th by the Appellate Judicial Commission.

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News : Snow causes voter registration delays in Daviess County
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/28 8:00:22 (303 reads)

There has been a ONE WEEK postponement in Daviess County concerning voter registration locations at Coffey and Jameson. The postponement was caused by this week's snowy weather, and poor road conditions that followed.

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News : Student Scholarship Campaign Topic Of Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/2/25 9:29:55 (358 reads)

The Student Scholarship Campaign was the topic on KTTN's Open Line.


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News : Daviess County judge is candidate for Court of Appeals position
Posted by John on 2013/2/22 7:20:00 (638 reads)

Daviess County Associate Circuit Court Judge Daren Adkins is among 18 persons that the Appellate Judicial Commission says it plans to interview when it considers filling an open judge position on the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.

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News : Contracts awarded for area road construction projects
Posted by John on 2013/2/20 17:40:00 (332 reads)

Contracts for four projects in Northwest Missouri were awarded recently by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission. The projects, scheduled for the 2013 construction season, bring more than 7.7 million dollars' worth of improvements to our area.

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News : Public service commission to investigate fatal explosion
Posted by John on 2013/2/20 17:30:00 (377 reads)

The Chairman of the Missouri Public Service Commission today expressed sympathy and concern for victims harmed in the natural gas explosion that occurred in Kansas City's Country Club Plaza at approximately 6 p.m. Tuesday.

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News : FEMA advises preparing now for blizzard conditions
Posted by John on 2013/2/20 17:10:00 (445 reads)

As officials from the National Weather Service and the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Region VII office continue monitoring the development of what could be the most powerful winter storm the central U.S. has seen since 2011, residents are encouraged to act now, preparing both their homes and their families for whatever may arise.

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News : Court ruling in Scotland County affects rural agriculture
Posted by John on 2013/2/19 12:20:00 (541 reads)

Missouri Farmers Care leaders said today that they applaud the Circuit Court of Scotland County for ruling in favor of farmer Gavin Hauk. Mr. Hauk had been denied a permit to place a new 4,960-head hog facility by the county commission on the basis of their County Health Ordinance.

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News : NCMC closes offices Tuesday morning for "intruder training"
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/19 8:23:16 (295 reads)

North Central Missouri College is reminding the public that offices on the college campus will be closed on Tuesday from 8 o'clock in the morning until 1 o'clock in the afternoon. There also are NO CLASSES on Tuesday at NCMC in Trenton.

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News : Brookfield wins NCMC math contest
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/15 11:27:56 (379 reads)

Brookfield High School placed first in the team competition at "Math Exploration Day" at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. A Gallatin High School student, Palmer Turley, was first in the individual problem solving contest.

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News : Monsanto to award $2,500 to Newtown-Harris FFA
Posted by Tom on 2013/3/14 7:44:00 (354 reads)

The Newtown-Harris FFA Chapter and a local 4-H club are to receive $2,500 through Monsanto. Newtown-Harris patrons Mike and Deana Miller won the grant, according to Newtown-Harris Superintendent Dr. Bryan Copple:

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A presentation of the grant awards is planned for Monday morning, March 18th at 8 o'clock.

News : NCMC to host ag contests Thursday in Trenton
Posted by John on 2013/3/12 4:37:53 (467 reads)

More than 70 area high schools with an estimated 1,500 agriculture students will be on the campus of North Central Missouri College in Trenton this Thursday for the annual NCMC Ag Club Contests.

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News : Standoff outside Dawn ends with arrest of Jeffrey Griffith
Posted by Tom on 2013/3/7 7:40:15 (692 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department reports a suspect was taken into custody after a short standoff at a residence near Dawn. Forty-year old Jeffrey Griffith of St. Joseph was wanted on THREE warrants. Those involve Resisting Arrest during an incident in February in Platte County, an Assault in Buchanan County, and Failure to Appear in Court in St. Joseph.

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News : Three arrested, accused in Trenton business burglary
Posted by John on 2013/3/6 5:00:00 (484 reads)

Trenton Police have arrested three suspects in connection with a recent burglary of a business in the north side of the city. Chief Tommy Wright reports three Trenton residents were taken into custody Tuesday on warrants involving burglary, attempted burglary, and stealing.

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News : Severe Weather Awareness Week Topic Of Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/3/4 10:10:00 (353 reads)

Severe weather awareness week was discussed Monday morning on KTTN's Open Line. Three local guests discussed preparations the public can take to be ready for any storm emergency.

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News : Fewer employees challenges Gallatin in snow removal
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/28 8:26:57 (386 reads)

Gallatin City Administrator Zac Joihnson told the Gallatin City Council on Monday night that the city is "short-handed" on employees, and has new personnel plowing streets. Johnson said it takes time to learn the technique, and may take longer than normal to clear streets. He added the city is "doing the best it can at this time".

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News : Hamilton and Trenton court dates moved due to weather
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/28 7:45:16 (316 reads)

Hamilton Municipal Court scheduled for Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock was cancelled. People that were scheduled to be in Hamilton Municipal Court should attend the April 17th session at 4 o'clock. Municipal court is held EVERY OTHER month at Hamilton.

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News : Brookfield man indicted on 'child porn' charges
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/22 7:40:16 (462 reads)

The United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri has announced that a Brookfield man was indicted by a federal grand jury for attempting to produce child pornography. Forty-six year old Edward Allen Stieber, formerly of Trenton, was charged in a two-count indictment returned by the federal grand jury in Kansas City.

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News : Federal grant provides money for "GASP" organization
Posted by John on 2013/2/21 11:30:00 (391 reads)

New equipment funded by a grant is helping emergency responders, including those at Trenton, when it comes to water rescue incidents.

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News : Conservation department announces availability of "regulations book"
Posted by John on 2013/2/20 17:30:00 (404 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) 2013 Summary of Missouri Hunting and Trapping Regulations and 2013 Summary of Missouri Fishing Regulations booklets are now available. The booklets contain related regulation information in an easy-to-read format, including regulation changes and other new information for the year ahead.

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News : Forty-four people begin "Highway Patrol training"
Posted by John on 2013/2/20 17:20:00 (888 reads)

Colonel Ron Replogle, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces that 44 people reported to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Academy on January 16th, to begin the 25-week training course to become a trooper. The 96th Recruit Class is scheduled to graduate on July 12, 2013.

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News : University officials discuss farm policy and budget debate
Posted by John on 2013/2/19 12:40:00 (320 reads)

There is a lot of uncertainty about farm policy in Washington, and current budget debates will determine whether there will be a farm bill and what it will look like, said Pat Westhoff, Director of the University of Missouri Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute.

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News : Four country concerts announced at Missouri state fair
Posted by John on 2013/2/19 12:10:36 (419 reads)

Part of the entertainment lineup for the 2013 Missouri State Fair, as well as the return of several favorite events, have been announced.

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News : FFA Activities Topic Of Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/2/18 9:58:49 (409 reads)

This is National FFA Week. Listen as KTTN's Rochelle Woodard interviews officers of the Trenton FFA Chapter.

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News : Woodworth could be released from prison today
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/15 11:25:27 (338 reads)

A Chillicothe man, who has spent the past 18 years in custody (either prison or jail), could be released on bond this (Friday) afternoon. The Clinton County Circuit Clerk's office says Judge Owens Lee Hull has set bond for Mark Woodworth at $50,000 cash or surety.

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