The Green Hills Community Action Agency was the recent topic of KTTN's Open Line program. Aaron Frannklin and Kim Brashear appeared as guests discussing many aspects of the agency and the services it offers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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".
Members of the Livingston County Sheriffâ€™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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.