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News : Princeton FFA Has Success At NCMC Agriculture Day
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 7:45:52 (139 reads)

Competitions were held in 12 agriculture judging contests throughout the day on Thursday at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.
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News : Trenton PD Warns Of Computer-Involved Scams
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:27:45 (136 reads)

Trenton Police say they have received another report of a "foreign business calling a local resident, claiming that person's computer has a virus".
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News : Rep. Mike Lair Announces Events At Chillicothe, Trenton
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:10:00 (102 reads)

State Representative Mike Lair of Chillicothe will participate in a Friday morning legislative update in Chillicothe and hold a "listening post" on Monday in Trenton.
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News : Meetings Scheduled For Northeast Missouri
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/18 11:28:08 (97 reads)

A staff member for Congressman Sam Graves will be in Milan, Unionville, and Lancaster on Thursday, March 26th, receiving questions, comments, and requests for assistance from the public.
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News : Smoking Banned On Sunnyview Property In Trenton
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/17 11:24:05 (189 reads)

At a Monday meeting of the Grundy County Nursing Home District Board, members reviewed and passed a new policy effective July 1, prohibiting smoking on all property at Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments in Trenton for employees and residents.
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News : Spickard Board Of Education Meets
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/17 11:15:36 (121 reads)

Among actions from the Spickard R-2 Board of Education meeting, next year's school calendar was approved. Classes begin August 19th.
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News : Two Arrested In Grundy County
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/17 11:10:00 (278 reads)

Two arrests, for unrelated charges, are in today's report from the Grundy County Sheriff's Department.
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News : Mercer County Plans Basketball "Showdown" As A Fundraiser
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/17 9:57:00 (186 reads)

In Mercer County, the 4th Annual North vs. South Alumni Showdown on Saturday, April 4th will be held at the North Mercer High School commons and gymnasium. Concession stand opens at 5 o'clock.
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News : Maryville Middle Schooler Wins Regional Spelling Bee
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/16 8:58:22 (162 reads)

A Maryville 8th grader, Hayden Milward, won the Regional Spelling Bee in St. Joseph on Saturday.
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News : Early Week Meetings Planned In Chillicothe
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/14 5:20:57 (119 reads)

The Chillicothe City Council holds a workshop on Monday night at 6:30, at City Hall, regarding the city budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The council, if necessary, will hold a closed session regarding legal, real estate, and personnel matters.
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News : Grundy County Man Wins Monsanto Funds, Donates To Princeton Schools
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/13 12:30:27 (204 reads)

The Monsanto Fund last month announced several recipients in this area, of $2,500, through Monsanto's America's Farmers Grow Communities program.
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News : Princeton School District Moving Forward With Facility Improvements
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/12 11:20:00 (265 reads)

The Princeton Board of Education has selected a St. Louis company to help the district with a facilities master plan. Control Technology Solutions was unanimously chosen during a Wednesday night meeting.
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News : Chillicothe Hires Full-Time Firefighter/Paramedic
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/12 10:15:17 (297 reads)

The Chillicothe City Council has approved the employment of Nathan Zabka as a full-time paramedic and firefighter.
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News : Gallatin's Water Treatment Project Experiencing Delays
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/12 9:55:46 (194 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 (301 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 : Christian Motorcycle Events Planned For April In Chillicothe
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:33:37 (138 reads)

A Christian Motorcycle Association annual "Blessing of the Bikes" and bike inspections will be held this April, in Chillicothe.
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News : Daviess County Health Department Offering Discounted Services
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:23:41 (104 reads)

The Daviess County Health Department in Gallatin is celebrating 40 years in operation, and Public Health Week, by offering free blood testing to Daviess County residents, and discounted rates for non-Daviess County residents to receive those tests.
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News : Gallatin Man Charged With Possession Of Child Porn
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/18 11:33:01 (243 reads)

The St. Joseph News-Press reports that 32-year old Cameron Wilson of Gallatin was charged with possession of child pornography on Monday.
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News : THS Student Council Receives Award
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/17 11:26:06 (104 reads)

The Trenton High School Student Council has met the criteria to be awarded Honor Council for the 2014-2015 school year.
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News : NCMC To Host High School Ag Club Day This Thursday
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/17 11:17:26 (116 reads)

More than 65 area high schools are preregistered to be on the campus of North Central Missouri College this Thursday, March 19, for the annual NCMC Ag Club Contests. Participating schools have an estimated 1,650 agriculture students to be in Trenton.
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News : Grundy County Commission Accepts Various Bids
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/17 11:10:17 (113 reads)

Bids were accepted this (Tuesday) morning by the Grundy County Commission.
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News : MO Department Of Agriculture Launches New Website
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/17 10:08:28 (108 reads)

The Missouri Department of Agriculture, on Monday, launched a brand new website for the department's Missouri Market News Program, featuring up-to-date market information for Missouri agriculture.
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News : Five NCMC Students Attend Agriculture Conference In Idaho
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/17 9:44:32 (113 reads)

Five agriculture students from North Central Missouri College participated in the National Postsecondary Agriculture Student Organization Conference last week in Boise, Idaho.
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News : Windy, Dry Conditions Bring Heightened Fire Danger
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/16 8:31:59 (81 reads)

Livingston County authorities have announced a burn ban until dusk on Monday.
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News : Princeton's Parent-Teacher Conferences Begin Thursday
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/14 5:16:47 (133 reads)

The Princeton School District holds parent-teacher conferences next Thursday from 1:15 until 8 o'clock.
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News : Senator Blunt Announced As NCMC Commencement Speaker
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/13 12:20:00 (120 reads)

The Honorable Roy Blunt, United States Senator, will be the Commencement Speaker for the morning ceremony at North Central Missouri College in Trenton on May 9.
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News : NCMC Hires Upward Bound Coordinator
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/12 11:16:38 (238 reads)

At a special meeting of the North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees, one person was hired and two Head Start issues were approved.
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News : Dinner And Auction Planned To Support Cancer-Stricken Man
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/12 10:00:00 (236 reads)

The Livingston County Steam and Gas Association and the friends and family of Bill Street will hold a dinner and auction at the Chula School, to help with Street's mounting medical expenses.
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News : Trenton Senior Named State FFA Officer
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/12 7:29:21 (429 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 (180 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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