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News : May Sees Above Normal Precipitation In Trenton
Posted by Randy on 2013/6/3 10:15:38 (310 reads)

The weather summary for the month of May at Trenton included eight and three quarters inches of rain and melted snow. That was three and one third inches above average for the month.

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News : North Central Missouri Red Cross Assist Moore Oklahoma
Posted by Randy on 2013/6/3 7:58:18 (530 reads)

From Heartland Connection

The North Central Missouri American Red Cross, based out of Kirksville, is doing their part to help the victims in need in Moore, Oklahoma by sending a volunteer to do social work. He’ll be making calls around the area to make sure that people dislocated by the horrific natural disaster get the resources they need to recover.

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News : Trenton Man Arrested In Livingston County
Posted by Randy on 2013/6/1 10:50:00 (1002 reads)

On the morning of May 31st, Deputy Ford, of the Livingston County Sheriff's Office was passing through the 400 block of Vine Street in Chillicothe,when he observed a male attempt to duck down in a parked vehicle. Upon stopping to investigate, the man reportedly started walking away quickly and was stopped.

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News : LIvingston County deputy resigns
Posted by Tom on 2013/5/31 9:28:53 (632 reads)

Livingston County deputy Brady Graham has resigned. The announcement was made on Thursday by Sheriff Steve Cox. In an e-mail response to a question about the reason for the resignation, Cox said he "does not share specifics about employee issues".

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Accidents : Laclede teen injured in Chariton County accident
Posted by Tom on 2013/5/31 9:19:11 (269 reads)

A 14-year old boy from Laclede was injured in a Thursday afternoon accident in Chariton County, where two vehicles met on a curve on Highway 139. It happened five miles east of Sumner. The Highway Patrol described injuries as MODERATE for Joseph McKenney who was taken by ambulance to Pershing Memorial Hospital in Brookfield.

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Floodwaters : Major highways across Carroll County threatened by floodwaters
Posted by Tom on 2013/5/31 9:11:52 (306 reads)

Changing conditions overnight brought another road closure on Highway 10 two miles west of Carrollton in Carroll County, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation. MoDOT crews are also closely watching U.S. Highway 24 in Chariton County just west of Keytesville where water is at the edge of Keytesville where water is at the edge-line of the road and rising.

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News On The Web : Budget Cuts Cause Military To Lose Meals In Afghanistan
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/31 5:54:28 (232 reads)

From NBC News

Marines at Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan will lose a key daily meal starting Saturday, causing some to forgo a hot breakfast and others to work six-plus hours without refueling on cooked food, according to Marines at the base and Marine Corps officials.

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News On The Web : Muslim's Allowed Time For Prayer In School
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/31 4:52:06 (303 reads)

A high school near Washington DC has taken a rare step of accommodating Muslim prayer during class hours. Parkdale High School now allows a handful of its students to be excused to pray. The decision has made some Christian staffers "unhappy".

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News : Fifty Officers Involved In Chase
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/30 6:10:00 (1376 reads)

As many as 50 law enforcement officers were involved in a vehicle chase across four northwest Missouri counties Tuesday that ended in the arrest of two suspects now facing multiple counts related to alleged vehicle theft, drug possession, tampering and resisting arrest.

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News : Hamilton Chamber Of Commerce Meets
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/30 5:37:04 (250 reads)

Members of a new Hamilton Chamber of Commerce hit the ground running last Wednesday. In a meeting at The Caldwell County News office, the group appointed officers, discussed by-laws, set dues and developed a list of projects to get started on.

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News : Suspect Surrenders To Livingston County Sheriff
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/30 4:37:06 (900 reads)

A man wanted on several charges, as well as being on the "Most Wanted" list in Livingston County surrendered himself to authorities.

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News : Livingston County Sheriff's Office Busy Over Holiday Weekend
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/29 10:20:00 (588 reads)

The Memorial Day weekend kept the Livingston County Sheriff's office busy with calls and investigations.  One call assisted the Missouri State Highway Patrol on Highway 190 where a pickup had caught fire.  The owner/driver reported seeing another driver attempting to get his attention and soon realized his vehicle was on fire.

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News : Mike Lair Featured On Open Line
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/29 9:07:34 (248 reads)

Mike Lair, 7th District State Representative was a recent guest on KTTN's Open Line, discussing a variety of Topics.

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News : Princeton Chamber Sets July 4th Plans
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/28 8:52:05 (328 reads)

Princeton's chamber of commerce has a mini tractor cruise planned for their july 4th celebration. The tractors will be displayed at the school following the cruise. This fall's calamity jane days theme will be honoring military past and present,  and they are attempting to determine the oldest and youngest military person.

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News : Livingston County Sheriffs Office Releases Recent Activities
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/24 9:46:02 (708 reads)

It's been a busy week for the Livingston County Sheriffs office. In a press release from their office, here is a recent list of their activities, from jury notifications, to prisoner transport.

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News : Gooseberry Festival Set For June 14, 15 And 16
Posted by Randy on 2013/6/3 9:45:48 (1041 reads)

The tenth annual Gooseberry Festival is set to be held at Trenton the third week in June, with a variety of events scheduled during the three day festival.

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Accidents : Trenton residents involved in wreck near Maryville Sunday
Posted by John on 2013/6/3 5:04:01 (348 reads)

One Trenton resident was injured and another escaped getting hurt in a two car accident yesterday afternoon three miles north of Maryville.

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News : candidates are sought for 2013 NCMo Fair queen
Posted by John on 2013/5/31 16:13:43 (479 reads)

Details have been announced in a contest to choose a queen to reign over this years' North Central Missouri Fair at Trenton. Applications are to be sent to Vo-Ag Instructor and FFA sponsor Brook Kreatz at Trenton high school.

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Accidents : Accident near Green Castle injures Unionville man
Posted by Tom on 2013/5/31 9:23:15 (299 reads)

A Unionvillle man was injured on Thursday afternoon when, according to the Highway Patrol, the wipers quit working on the car he was driving and he lost sight of the road. The car went off Sullivan County Route FF and into a ditch three miles south of Green Castle.

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Accidents : Portion of Sullivan County placed under boil advisory
Posted by Tom on 2013/5/31 9:14:45 (250 reads)

Some rural water customers in Sullivan County have been placed under a precautionary boil advisory because of an overnight water main break. Affected are all customers on Route T, from Route C south to Tiger Road. It also includes Tiger Road from Route T to Texas Road. Others are Sumter, Shell, and Rolling Road, all in Sullivan County.

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News On The Web : Amelia Earhart Plane Found In Six Hundred Feet Of Water?
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/31 7:39:37 (189 reads)

From ABC News

A team of historical sleuths believe they have found a clue to what happened to famed aviator Amelia Earhart, claiming sonar may have picked up an image of her wrecked plane off an underwater cliff in the Pacific.

The sonar image is the right shape, size and in the right place of where some researchers believe the wreckage of Earhart’s doomed flight went down in 1937.

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News On The Web : President Obama Receives Threats
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/31 5:46:15 (125 reads)

From NBC News

The Secret Service has intercepted a letter to President Obama containing threats similar to those made in poison-laced letters sent to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his gun-control group, law enforcement sources said Thursday.

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Sports : NCMC basketball team adds Oak Park High School product
Posted by Tom on 2013/5/30 8:24:57 (342 reads)

Head Coach Steve Richman of the North Central Missouri College men’s basketball team announces his fourth signee, Dalton Lundy, from Oak Park High School in Kansas City.  Previously announced players for next fall’s team include Andrew Berry (Columbia-Hickman), Tyrell Thirkield (Higginsville), and Jory Woodson (Rockwood Summit in Fenton).

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News : Hamilton Theater League To Present Music Through The Decades
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/30 5:40:00 (322 reads)

According to The Caldwell County News website, The Hamilton Theater League presents this year's summer production, titled "Music Through the Decades." Showtimes are 7:30 PM, June 14 and 15 at the Hamilton Community Arts Theater. The cast and crew has been working very hard preparing for the show.

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News : Livingston County Deputy Involved In Auto Accident
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/30 4:50:00 (565 reads)

On the evening of May 28, a Livingston County Deputy was involved in a 2 Vehicle Auto Accident.

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News : personnel, bids, budget cuts, and more topics highlight a busy night for NCMC board of trustees
Posted by John on 2013/5/29 16:40:00 (593 reads)

Trustees of North Central Missouri College processed 13 personnel-related matters and several requests involving bids.

The board also approved revisions to Green Hills Head Start and Workforce Investment program budgets due to reductions in federal funding. Discussion also was held on the next three year strategic plan to guide operations of the two year community college.

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News : Flags Stolen From Chillicothe Cemetery
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/29 9:58:44 (360 reads)

Authorities in Livingston County are investigating after flags were stolen from a cemetery in Chillicothe.

The sheriff's office said someone stole twenty five flags and flag holders from the Catholic Cemetery on the east side of town.

Sheriff Steve Cox said his office received a similar report several months ago when Chillicothe police found that vases had been stolen from other cemeteries.

Contact the Livingston County Sheriff's Department at 660-646-0515 with any information about the latest theft in Chillicothe.

News : GED TESTS AND AEL CLASSES COMING TO AN END
Posted by John on 2013/5/28 13:05:52 (283 reads)

Due to funding cuts by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Green Hills Community Action Agency reports its Adult Education and Literacy classes will no longer be available to area residents seeking to obtain their G-E-D.

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News : Winston School Board Votes To Increase Teacher Salaries
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/28 8:50:00 (385 reads)

The Winston School board voted to increase the base salary for teachers and hired faculty and staff during their meeting Monday.

The board approved a $500 increase to the Certified Teacher Salary Schedule base. This increases the school’s salary schedule base to $26,500. The board also approved an equivalent 2.85 percent increase to all non-certified staff and certified employees not on the salary schedule.

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News : Update: Training Assists Officer In Walking Away From Accident
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/24 9:30:00 (405 reads)

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox is crediting the use of a seat belt and training at an emergency vehicle operations course in allowing a Deputy Sheriff to walk away from an accident.

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