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News : Trenton woman gives birth to first baby of 2013 at W.M. Hospital
Posted by John on 2013/1/4 7:00:00 (340 reads)

The first baby of the year born at Wright Memorial Hospital is a BOY, and thanks to the good fortune brought by his timely arrival, the baby and his parents have won various prizes from businesses in a contest sponsored by KTTN and the PAR Broadcast Group.

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News : Four legislative priorities announced by Great Northwest Day's planning committee
Posted by John on 2013/1/4 6:50:00 (377 reads)

As legislators are gearing up for a new season in Jefferson City, so to are the citizens of Northwest Missouri. Over the past few months, the Great Northwest Day at the Capitol Steering Committee gathered and prioritized legislative issues for the region’s annual visit to the state capitol city on February 5-6, 2013.

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Accidents : Tennessee truck driver killed in New Year's Eve crash
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/3 12:51:33 (531 reads)

One of eight traffic fatalities across Missouri over the New Year's Holiday counting period was a truck driver from Tennessee who died in a Harrison County accident. The crash early Monday evening occurred in the southbound lanes of Interstate 35, nine miles south of Bethany.

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Sports : Trenton Lady Bulldogs enter 2013 ranked #4 in Class 3
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/3 12:13:11 (407 reads)

The Meadville boys, Mercer girls, Maysville girls, Gallatin boys, and Trenton girls are all entering 2013 ranked in the TOP FIVE of their respective class in the first Missouri Basketball Coaches Association poll of the new year. To see the poll in its entirety, click on "read more":

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Sports : Hartley's 37, Cardinal third quarter surge, lead Mercer to Holiday Hoops win
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/3 9:33:43 (434 reads)

Playing their second CLAA Conference opponent at NCMC Holiday Hoops in Trenton, the North Mercer Cardinals pulled away from a tight game at halftime with a 28-8 third quarter surge, that proved key in a 69-56 win over Hardin-Central, improving the Cardinals record to 7-2 on the season.

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News : Green Hills area continues to show positive unemployment trends
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/3 8:18:43 (314 reads)

November's unemployment rate for Grundy County has remained steady with the month before AND nearly the same as November 2011, but there are fewer people out of work when compared to the jobless report from twelve months earlier. The latest statistics from the state of Missouri show 296 unemployed in Grundy County out of a civilian labor force of more than 4,800.

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News : Civil War historian to speak at Chillicothe meeting
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/3 8:02:34 (289 reads)

Oral historian Jim "Two Crows" Wallen will tell stories of people who died during the Civil War when Wallen presents a program on Tuesday, January 8th in Chillicothe. The presentation will be made during the quarterly meeting of the Grand River Historical Society at the Elks Club. The meeting begins with a pork loin dinner at 6:30. The cost of the meal is $7.00. The activities are open to the public.

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News : Grundy County authorities charge Mexican man with kidnapping, child endangerment
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/2 20:39:01 (334 reads)

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright says a Mexican man has been charged in Grundy County with kidnapping and child enticement. In addition, Wright said the man, Felix Lopez Rivera, a 21-year old Mexican citizen from the Chicago, Illinois area, was charged in Livingston County with Statutory Rape and Sodomy, and he is on a detainer from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency. Chief Wright said the Mexican man illegally was working in the United States.

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News : Green Hills Animal Shelter seeks submissions to 2014 calendar
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/2 10:21:05 (387 reads)

Photographs of pets are being sought by the Green Hills Animal Shelter in Trenton for a 2014 Pet Photo Calendar. The deadline to submit entries is Friday, February 1st. People may enter as many photos as they wish. There is a $5.00 entry fee for each photograph.

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Fires : Breckenridge houses damaged in Monday morning fire
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/2 8:47:36 (352 reads)

Two nearby houses in Breckenridge were damaged in an early morning fire on Monday. The Chillicothe Fire Department, on a mutual aid request, assisted Breckenridge firefighters at the scene of the fires at 7th and Wisconsin before daybreak on New Year's Eve.

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Sports : Trenton grinds out a two-point win over Maysville, goes 2-0 at Holiday Hoops
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/31 10:10:00 (324 reads)

The Trenton boy's basketball team rallied from a 30-19 halftime deficit, holding the Maysville Wolverines to only 13 second half points and finding just enough offense of its own to claim a 45-43 victory at NCMC Holiday Hoops, heard Saturday night on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.

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Accidents : Accident near Utica injures Bosworth man
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/31 7:31:06 (354 reads)

A Bosworth resident received what the Highway Patrol called SERIOUS injuries when the car he was driving went off U.S. Highway 36 and hit a tree in western Livingston County.

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Sports : Trenton girls back in the win column, rolling over Warrenton
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/31 6:40:00 (332 reads)

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs had ten days to stew over their first loss of the season, a one-point defeat against Marceline. On Friday night, the Lady Bulldogs took their frustrations out on the Lady Warriors of Warrenton High School, improving to 9-1 with a decisive 61-27 victory at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton.

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Health Advisories : Portion of Coleman Street, in Princeton, under a boil advisory
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/28 13:50:33 (367 reads)

A precautionary boil water advisory has been issued at Princeton for a portion of Coleman Street. The advisory, for drinking and cooking water is from 900 Coleman Street and SOUTHWARD. The advisory is until further notice. Water in that area was shut off to repair a leaking fire hydrant.

News : Murder case involving an Eagleville woman moved to Grundy County
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/28 13:42:49 (475 reads)

A Harrison County case charging an Eagleville woman in the death of her eight-month old daughter has been transferred to Grundy County on a change of venue. Twenty-three year old Nicole Lister of Eagleville is charged with second degree murder and child abuse, relating to incidents occurring in September.

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Accidents : Princeton teen injured in Thursday accident
Posted by John on 2013/1/4 7:00:00 (374 reads)

A Princeton girl, 17 year old April Whipple, was injured in an auto accident early last (Thursday) evening two miles east of Princeton.

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News : FEC announces essay contests for sophomores and juniors
Posted by John on 2013/1/4 6:50:00 (438 reads)

Sophomores and juniors from 26 area high schools will have the opportunity to win all-expense paid trips this summer.

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Sports : Courtwarming 2013 is Thursday night at Trenton H.S.
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/3 12:46:00 (406 reads)

The Trenton Bulldogs celebrate "Courtwarming" on Thursday night, January 3rd, hosting Brookfield in games to be heard on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com. Courtwarming king and queen candidates were recently announced by THS, with royalty to be crowned BETWEEN Thursday night's girls and boys varsity games.

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News : Mercer County Health Department announces "10 Week Wellness Program"
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/3 12:08:00 (284 reads)

The Mercer County Health Department has a ten week wellness program that begins on Monday, January 7th. Participants are asked to choose at least one of four designated items to monitor. They are: Exercising at least 30 minutes for a minimum of five days a week, Eating at least five servings of fruits and vegetables a day, Drinking at least five to eight ounce glasses of water day, and eating foods from each of the five food groups daily.

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News : Livingston County Jail reports more facility issues
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/3 9:07:37 (362 reads)

Even with the majority of the detainees having been moved from the Livingston County Jail in Chillicothe, facility problems continue. Sheriff Steve Cox reports that "what appeared to be smoke" seen on jail cameras was actually "steam from a ruptured hot water pipe". This incident happened in an area of the jail that remained in use as a holding area when arrests are made and the detainees are waiting transport to the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail in Pattonsburg.

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News : Green Hills "Wellness Challenge" to begin later this month
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/3 8:09:46 (378 reads)

The Sixth Annual Green Hills Wellness Challenge begins in January and will conclude on April 5th. Registration is January 10th and 11th during regular business hours at the Ketcham Community Center or the Grundy County Health Department (in Trenton). Participants must be at least 18 years old, or have a signed parental consent.

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News : Open Line interview with John Anthony and Mike Lair
Posted by Randy on 2013/1/3 7:30:00 (335 reads)

Just a few days prior to the start of the Missouri Legislative session on Wednesday, January 9th, 7th District State Representative Mike Lair and Open Line Moderator John Anthony sat down for a 30 minute interview to preview the upcoming session.

Click Here To Listen To The Entire Open Line Program

Health Advisories : Portion of Sullivan County under boil water advisory
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/2 12:01:25 (618 reads)

Due to a water main break, the following Sullivan County Public Water Supply District #1 customers will need to be placed on a precautionary boil advisory.

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News : Ketcham Community Center to have limited hours Wednesday and Thursday
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/2 9:03:27 (340 reads)

The track and weights at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton will continue to have limited accessibility during the remainder of Holiday Hoops basketball games, which continue through Thursday, January 3rd. However, the cardio room near the front desk on the ground floor will continue to be open, even when games are taking place.

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Accidents : Numerous area accidents attributed to slippery road conditions
Posted by John on 2013/1/1 8:40:00 (467 reads)

Reports have been received by the PAR Broadcast Group concerning no fewer than EIGHT injury traffic accidents from New Year's morning and New Year's Eve.

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Sports : Hamilton girls rally to beat North Mercer at NCMC Holiday Hoops
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/31 9:50:00 (667 reads)

The Penney High School girl's basketball team received a sparkling performance from senior guard Elsie Greenwood and a game-winning bank-shot from sophomore forward Morgan Prather on Friday night, with the Lady Hornets taking a 56-54 victory over previously unbeaten North Mercer in a Holiday Hoops girl's basketball game from the Ketcham Community Center, broadcast on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com.

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Accidents : Sunday morning accident kills Sumner woman
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/31 7:28:51 (493 reads)

A Sumner woman was killed, and a Brunswick man was SERIOUSLY injured, when a pickup truck overturned off a Chariton County road early Sunday morning. Pronounced dead at the scene was the driver, 34-year old Jessica Diehl of Sumner. A passenger, 42-year old Charles Lewis of Brunswick, was flown to University Hospital in Columbia, with injuries described as SERIOUS by the Highway Patrol.

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Sports : Ridgeway beats Princeton at NCMC Holiday Hoops
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/31 6:34:44 (380 reads)

The Ridgeway boys continue to play strong basketball this season, dominating the second half in Thursday afternoon's Holiday Hoops game with Princeton, winning 59-42, in a game broadcast on Hot Country Z 101.7.

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News : Spike strips credited with helping to end Livingston County police chase
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/28 13:50:00 (320 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department said a spike strip was successfully deployed on Wednesday night, on Highway 36 east of Chillicothe, to slow an alleged stolen vehicle. The vehicle was stopped just west of Chillicothe a 'short time' after the spike strips were used. Twenty-five year old Vincente Soto of Kirksville was taken into custody without further incident.

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Accidents : Brookfield woman injured in Macon County accident
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/28 13:39:41 (359 reads)

A Brookfield woman was hurt when the car she has driving traveled off U.S. Highway 63 in Macon County and hit a concrete culvert. Nineteen-year old Dana Ingram was taken by private vehicle to Samaritan Hospital in Macon, with what the Highway Patrol called MODERATE injuries.

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