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News : Gallatin's Water Treatment Project Experiencing Delays
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/12 9:55:46 (173 reads)

Delays and a change of location for Gallatin's proposed water treatment plant project have been attributed to higher than estimated construction bids, and a need to make repairs to the current plant.
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News : St. Louis Teen Banned From School Because Of Hair Color
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/11 9:00:00 (275 reads)

(KTVI-TV) ST. LOUIS, Mo. — A high school student in St. Louis was sent home because her hair was “not a natural color” and violated the school’s dress code.
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News : Princeton City Council Approves Mercer County Fair Contracts
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/11 8:26:15 (127 reads)

The Princeton City Council has approved service contracts with the Mercer County Fair Board for entertainers at July's annual fair. The amounts are $1,000 for the Sam Banks Band, $700 for prize money at a talent show, and $100 for Felisha Bertrand.
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News : NCMC Sophomore Receives Statewide Award
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/11 8:15:19 (135 reads)

Shelby Salter, a sophomore at North Central Missouri College, received statewide recognition at the Spring Conference of the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Ms. Salter received the Ruth Brinkmann Award.
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News : GEC Community Foundation Awards 17 Grants
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/10 12:00:42 (124 reads)

Trustees of the GEC Community Foundation have awarded 17 more grants totaling $10,571.75. All grants are funded by member donations called Operation Round-Up.
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News : Trenton Man Sentenced To Prison On Felony Charges
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/10 11:24:14 (364 reads)

A Trenton teenager has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to two felony charges in Daviess County. Eighteen year-old Dillan Pratt appeared before 43rd Judicial Circuit Court Judge Tom Chapman at the Daviess County Courthouse in Gallatin.
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News : ATM Theft Reported At Lakeview
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/10 6:54:23 (900 reads)

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright reports his department is investigating a commercial burglary at Lakeview Motor Lodge and Restaurant.
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News : Highway 136, East Of Unionville, To Be Detoured Until Mid-May
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/9 10:47:39 (139 reads)

Highway 136 in eastern Putnam County will have a detour, beginning today (Monday), to replace the Shoal Creek Bridge.
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News : Warnings Given Against "Lighning Rod" And "Asphalt" Schemes
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/6 7:28:44 (189 reads)

Grundy County Sheriff Rodney Herring is encouraging the public to be aware of schemes, such as lightning rods and asphalt, and to contact the sheriff's department with any related information.
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News : Four Protesters Arrested Outside Ferguson Police Headquarters
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/5 9:07:25 (159 reads)

FERGUSON, MO (KTVI)- There were some tense moments outside of the Ferguson Police Department in the wake of the Department of Justice report being released.
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News : Webb Resigns From Grundy R-5 Board
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/5 7:58:08 (630 reads)

At a special meeting of the Grundy R-5 Board of Education on Monday night, Jessica Webb submitted her resignation, citing personal reasons.
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News : "Guys And Dolls" To Be Performed In Gallatin
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/5 7:40:46 (101 reads)

Local and area residents will be featured when the Gallatin Theatre League presents three performances of "Guys and Dolls".

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News : Two Arrested By Grundy County Sheriff
Posted by Randy on 2015/3/3 6:42:26 (1510 reads)

Two men have been arrested for alleged violation of their probation on Grundy County court cases.
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News : Twenty Grundy County Entities Not Holding Election
Posted by Randy on 2015/3/3 6:36:17 (251 reads)

Twenty government entities in Grundy County will not have an election April 7th.
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News : Mom Convicted Of Killing Son, 5, By Poisoning Him With Salt
Posted by Randy on 2015/3/3 4:18:07 (331 reads)

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — A woman who blogged for years about her son's constant health woes was convicted Monday of poisoning him to death by force-feeding heavy concentrations of sodium through his stomach tube.
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News : Trenton Senior Named State FFA Officer
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/12 7:29:21 (408 reads)

Trenton FFA Senior Adam Kirby has been selected to serve as a State FFA Officer for the 2015-2016 academic year. He will represent the Area 2 FFA Association as one of 16 state officers for the next year, serving over 25,000 Missouri FFA members.
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News : Lake Viking "Polar Plunge" Raises Over $30,000
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/11 8:38:14 (147 reads)

The 8th annual Polar Plunge at Lake Viking has raised $30,467 to benefit the Special Olympics of Northwest Missouri. Fifty-five men and women from across the area donned costumes and swimwear to take the chilly dive into Lake Viking.
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News : Newtown-Harris Board Split On Extending Principal's Contract
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/11 8:20:04 (292 reads)

The Newtown-Harris Board of Education, in April, will reconsider the principal's contract. The board, in February, deadlocked 3-3 on a contract offer to Misty Foster for next school year.
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News : Congressman Graves To Visit North-Central Missouri
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/11 8:07:07 (91 reads)

Congressman Sam Graves will be in Trenton, Milan, and Brookfield on Thursday afternoon, discussing federal agriculture policy as it relates to farmers and stakeholders in Missouri.
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News : Princeton Chamber Announces Spring Events
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/10 11:52:17 (124 reads)

A couple of spring events were among those highlighted by representatives of the Princeton Chamber of Commerce when they were guests on Monday morning's edition of Open Line.
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News : Reynolds Sentenced On Sodomy Charges
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/10 11:20:00 (289 reads)

A rural Trenton man, Brent Reynolds, has received three life terms in prison, in connection with various sex-related charges originating from Grundy County.
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News : Area Couple Honored With Conservation Award
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/9 10:54:48 (123 reads)

The Grundy County Soil and Water Conservation District has named Larry and Judy Urton as the district's Cooperator of the Year, given for their conservation efforts. The couple farms north of Dunlap.
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News : Highway 10, West Of Carrollton, To Receive Speed Limit Increase
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/6 7:36:56 (155 reads)

Drivers limited to 55 miles per hour on Highway 10 from Carrollton to Hardin are in for a change next week.
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News : Newtown-Harris Hires New Superintendent
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/6 7:19:18 (309 reads)

The Newtown-Harris Board of Education has employed for Milan Superintendent Kim Johnson to be the Newtown-Harris Superintendent, effective July 1st.
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News : Chillicothe Coloring Contest Winners Announced
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/5 8:03:14 (100 reads)

The Chillicothe FFA Chapter and LIvingston County Farm Bureau have announced winners of a coloring contest during National FFA Week and Thank-A-Farmer Week.
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News : Gallatin Sixth Graders Graduate From DARE Program
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/5 7:55:12 (108 reads)

Gallatin sixth graders have graduated from a class on drug abuse and resistance education, referred to commonly as DARE.
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News : Iowa Man Arrested In NW Missouri On Rape Accusations
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/5 7:33:36 (687 reads)

Twenty-two year old Abraham Acosta of Sibley, Iowa was arrested this week for sexual assault.
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News : Grundy County Sheriff Enters World Of Social Media
Posted by Randy on 2015/3/3 6:40:00 (681 reads)

Sheriff Rodney Herring reports his office now has a presence on social media.
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News : Bishop Hogan Memorial School At Chillicothe To Hold Fundraiser
Posted by Randy on 2015/3/3 6:31:41 (212 reads)

Chillicothe's Bishop Hogan Memorial School and early learning center will hold their annual dinner and auction late next month.
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News : US Considers Banning Type Of Popular Rifle Ammunition
Posted by Randy on 2015/3/3 4:13:51 (249 reads)

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is considering banning a type of ammunition used in one of the most popular types of rifles because it says the bullets can pierce a police officer's protective vest when fired from a handgun.

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