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News : Swan Lake Refuge seeks hunting program volunteers
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/27 6:02:15 (297 reads)

Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge near Sumner is seeking volunteers to help with its hunting program. They will assist with maintaining hunting blinds, access to hunting areas, signs, and other items related to the hunting program.

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News : Applications may be taken for Kauffman scholarships, starting May 1st
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/26 8:44:20 (365 reads)

Female graduates of Princeton and North Mercer High Schools may soon begin applying for a Gene Kauffman scholarship for the fall semester of college. The application period starts on Wednesday, May 1st.

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News : Chillicothe to host "Bluestem Cowboy Band" on Sunday afternoon
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/23 8:58:28 (312 reads)

The next performance in the season series sponsored by the Chillicothe Area Arts Council features the Bluestem Cowboy Band. The performance begins at 3 o'clock on Sunday (April 28th) in the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center in Chillicothe.

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News : Meadville High School senior wins citizenship award
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/23 8:34:14 (271 reads)

A Meadville High School student, Jessica Triplett, is among 16 seniors in Missouri receiving an "Outstanding Achievement in Citizenship" award for this year. The recognition was given by the Missouri State Board of Education and the Missouri Bar.

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News : Numerous awards and honors to schools, judging teams, and individuals at 85th annual FFA convention in Columbia
Posted by John on 2013/4/20 12:32:51 (1381 reads)

Read below for details on results of career development events, proficiency awards, area star awards, two area state officers, and other recognitions.

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News : Missouri Day Festival Parade announces 2013 theme
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/19 8:58:14 (343 reads)

The theme of this year's Missouri Day Festival Parade in Trenton has been announced. It is "Honoring Our Agriculture Heritage". Parade Co-Chair Steve Maxey said the theme will recognize "the tremendous history and contribution of agriculture".

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News : Gruesome discovery at Mooresville, charges of animal neglect filed
Posted by John on 2013/4/17 11:13:06 (426 reads)

Members of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant in the 800 block of Cherry Street in Mooresville that resulted in two persons being arrested regarding an investigation of alleged Animal Neglect.

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News : Five hurt, including 4 children, in Sunday wreck at Princeton
Posted by John on 2013/4/16 4:40:00 (375 reads)

Five people received what the Highway Patrol called minor injuries in a two-vehicle accident just after the noon hour on Sunday in Princeton. All five injured were in a mini-van driven by 30-year old Dana Baker of Trenton.

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News : WMH foundation holds social, receives three gifts
Posted by John on 2013/4/15 5:26:06 (567 reads)

It was a night of celebrating, the receiving of gifts and the ceremonial ground breaking as over 150 individuals kicked off the Wright Memorial Hospital Walking Trail and Memorial Garden project on Friday night in Trenton.

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News : Authorities investigate shooting of two bald eagles
Posted by John on 2013/4/15 5:10:00 (419 reads)

Agents for the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are investigating the shooting deaths of two bald eagles. Cash rewards are available for information leading to convictions in the cases.

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News : Felony arrest and death investigation in report from Livingston county sheriff
Posted by John on 2013/4/10 9:30:00 (528 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department has investigated a serious traffic accident, that recently resulted in an arrest, as well as an unattended death investigation due to a car fire.

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News : Unionville building collapse destroys photography studio
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/10 8:55:07 (507 reads)

A couple that owns Lace Image Photography in Unionville say they lost everything, including their cameras, two computers, and photographs in a building collapse on the Unionville square early Monday morning.

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News : Newtown man arrested on sex charge
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/9 15:40:00 (381 reads)

A Newtown man, 43-year old Wesley Tuley, has been arrested and jailed, charged with sexual misconduct involving a child.

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News : Rissler school book fair week news
Posted by John on 2013/4/8 12:10:00 (364 reads)

Various activities are planned next week when Rissler Elementary School in Trenton holds a library book fair. Proceeds will be used to fund reading and book-related activities for the students.

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News : Public Health Month Topic Of Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/4/8 9:06:29 (307 reads)

Abby Oberman and Elizabeth Gibson were guests on KTTN's Open Line program discussing Public Health Month and other topics from the Health Department.

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News : THS announces fundraiser for graduating seniors
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/27 5:56:10 (289 reads)

The Trenton High School Key Club will again be holding a fundraiser in which a 16-ounce commemorative cup of Hershey kisses and best wishes for a successful future are delivered to THS seniors.

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News : Body of dead female identified
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/24 10:21:10 (321 reads)

Identification has been made regarding the body of a white female that was discovered on Friday near the lake at Wallace State Park near Cameron. The Highway Patrol identified the deceased woman as 53-year old Janette Riffle-Hartley of Cameron. Authorities are awaiting autopsy results to help determine the cause of death. The Missouri State Patrol is working with the Clinton County Sheriff's Department on the death investigation.

News : Jameson announces plans for community fundraiser
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/23 8:45:16 (254 reads)

The village of Jameson has scheduled another fundraiser to help pay for basic community needs. Jameson has had a village Christmas store the past three years. This year, the community will be adding a spring luncheon and fashion show on the afternoon of May 4th at 12:30.

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News : Trenton Community Garage Sales/Community Pride Topic Of Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/4/22 9:06:23 (338 reads)

Sharon Barnett, Jeannie Griffin and Debbie Carman were guests on KTTN's Open Line program. Topics included the Trenton Chamber Of Commerce community garage sales, as well as Community Pride Cleanup Week.

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News : Princeton hires principal for 2013-2014 school year
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/19 9:06:01 (351 reads)

A former elementary principal in the South Harrison School District, Dana Seymour, has been employed by the Princeton School District as its high school principal for next school year.

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News : Boil advisory lifted in Sullivan County
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/19 8:37:32 (254 reads)

The Sullivan County Public Water Supply District has lifted a precautionary boil advisory issued on Tuesday because of a water main break.

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News : North Missouri Center For Youth Topic Of Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/4/16 9:09:12 (310 reads)

Daniel Savage was a recent guest on KTTN's Open Line program, discussing the North Missouri Center For Youth And Families.

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News : Second Harvest/Community Food Bank Topic Of Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/4/15 9:08:07 (324 reads)

Aaron Smullin, Chad Higdon and Linda Antle were recent guests on KTTN's Open Line Program discussing the food bank.

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News : grundy co. friends of the arts to take one year hiatus in sponsoring local shows
Posted by John on 2013/4/15 5:18:12 (398 reads)

Here is the complete statement as released by Buddy Hannaford of Trenton during Friday nights' music show held at the north 65 center
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News : trenton native selected State Fair CC President
Posted by John on 2013/4/12 10:00:00 (394 reads)

SEDALIA—State Fair Community College has hired Dr. Joanna Anderson as the fifth president in its 45-year history.

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News : three FCCLA entries qualify for national competitions
Posted by John on 2013/4/10 9:20:00 (427 reads)

Trenton Middle and High School have announced those receiving Gold and National honors in FCCLA. They will compete again in Nashville, Tennessee at the FCCLA National Leadership Convention on July 6-11. FCCLA Star Event competition was held April 8, in Columbia.

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News : Blue Springs investigating death of northern Missouri woman
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/10 8:51:57 (864 reads)

Law enforcement officials in Blue Springs are continuing a death investigation involving a women described as "being from the Trenton and Spickard area" of northern Missouri.

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News : Soccer Stars Topic Of Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/4/9 9:04:14 (319 reads)

Sarah Allen was the guest on Open Line, discussing the Soccer Stars program.

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News : Mercer County escapes jail, last seen in Iowa
Posted by John on 2013/4/8 10:20:00 (1053 reads)

Mercer County Sheriff Steve Stockman says the inmate who forced his way past a jailer and escaped from jail late Sunday afternoon is suspected of stealing a car that eventually wrecked in southern Iowa. The inmate is 22 year old Tyler Hinshaw of Mercer. Stockman said Hinshaw had been held in the Mercer County Jail for the past six months.

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News : career development events are held for FFA chapters in northeast Missouri
Posted by John on 2013/4/4 18:20:00 (522 reads)

Putnam County, Green City, and Milan FFA chapters are among those from this area to qualify the most judging teams for state following district-level competitions this week for northeast Missouri schools. Putnam County of Unionville will send six judging teams to the state FFA convention this month; Green City qualified four teams; and Milan will send three teams. Teams from Green City and Meadville captured first place at the northeast Missouri career development events.

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