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News : Restroom Repairs, Disc Golf Course Topics From Trenton Park Board Meeting
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 10:10:00 (272 reads)

The Trenton Park Board is interested in sharing the cost of proposed restroom renovations at the Rock Barn with the North Central Missouri Fair Board and organizers of the Missouri Day Festival.
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News : Robert Graham Makes Court Appearance In Livingston County
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 9:40:00 (569 reads)

The man arrested last month in the Poosey Conservation Area, with ties to family at Trenton and other local areas, appeared yesterday in the Livingston County Circuit Court.
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News : Missouri Man Sentenced For Robbing Same Bank Twice
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 9:10:00 (289 reads)

(DailyJournalOnline) - On January 26th, 48-year old Larry Wayne Ham, whose last known address was in Hillsboro, Missouri, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree robbery and was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Wendy Wexler Horn to 17 years in prison.
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News : Schools Complain About Food Waste, Increased Costs
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 4:43:16 (194 reads)

(KOMU) - Some school districts across Missouri are complaining that federal mandates are hurting their lunch programs.
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News : Walmart, Target Under Fire For Fake Supplements
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 4:27:59 (240 reads)

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- Bottles of Walmart-brand echinacea, an herb said to ward off colds, were found to contain no echinacea at all. GNC-brand bottles of St. John's wort, touted as a cure for depression, held rice, garlic and a tropical houseplant, but not a trace of the herb.
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News : Missouri Teen Who Nearly Drowned Heads Home From Hospital
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 4:06:49 (494 reads)

(stltoday) - A teen who nearly drowned at Lake Sainte Louise walked out of the hospital Wednesday on his own.
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News : Two Springfield Residents Plead Guilty To Distributing Tons Of Marijuana
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 3:59:43 (188 reads)

Brian D. Hanson, 30, and Brenda Swearingin, 56, both of Springfield, pleaded guilty in separate appearances before U.S. District Judge M. Douglas Harpool to the charges contained in a Nov. 6, 2013, federal indictment.
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News : House Votes To Repeal And Eventually Replace Obamacare
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 6:39:31 (168 reads)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives added another notch to its lengthy record of Obamacare repeal votes on Tuesday by approving a measure that would scrap the healthcare law and direct oversight committees to come up with a replacement.
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News : Trenton Resident Charged With Domestic Assault
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 5:44:05 (1513 reads)

A Trenton resident, 32-year old John Smiley, has been charged in Grundy county with misdemeanor counts accusing him with third degree domestic assault and third degree assault.
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News : Sweet Cakes By Melissa Violated Oregon Law By Turning Away Lesbian Couple, Officials Rule
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 4:17:24 (187 reads)

(YAHOO) - The owners of an Oregon bakery who turned away a lesbian couple who sought a wedding cake violated the state's anti-discrimination laws, state officials announced Feb. 2.

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News : Envious Facebook Users May Experience Depression, MU Study Says
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 4:04:56 (132 reads)

(KOMU) - A daily habit for hundreds of millions of people could be dangerous to their health.
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News : Stolen Camera Held First, Last Moments Of Newborn's Short Life
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 3:55:20 (222 reads)

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -After losing a son just thirty minutes after he takes his first breath, the few moments you have with him captured in photographs are priceless.

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News : Salisbury Man Promoted To Highway Patrol Corporal
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/3 15:30:00 (150 reads)

A highway patrolman who has worked in Putnam and Sullivan Counties, and later in Linn and Chariton Counties, has been promoted.
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News : Skywarn Spotter Training To Take Place In Trenton Thursday February 5th
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/3 10:27:40 (152 reads)

If you enjoy watching the sky for severe weather, then, you'll not want to miss the Skywarn Spotter Training being offered by the National Weather Service.

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News : Armed Man, Wanted For Murder, Believed Spotted in St. Joseph
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/3 8:50:00 (616 reads)

Police in Buchanan County are on high alert this (Tuesday) morning, after a Dodge minivan, believed to be connected to a murder in Ohio, was spotted near St. Joseph on Interstate 29.
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News : Livingston County Health Center Seeks Nine Cent Levy Increase On April 7th
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 10:00:00 (168 reads)

If approved by Livingston County voters, the total levy for the health department would be thirty four cents on the $100 of assessed valuation.
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News : Western Missouri Billing Company To Lay Off 275 Workers
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 9:14:27 (195 reads)

(newspressnow) - NCO Financial Systems, a subsidiary of Expert Global Solutions that also includes APAC and SST, filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act notice, saying it would lay off 96 employees in St. Joseph by March 31.
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News : Ohio Murder Suspect Arrested In Arizona
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/5 8:40:00 (260 reads)

CLEVELAND, OHIO (NewsPressNow.com) A man wanted in the killings of an elderly Ohio couple and in armed robberies in three states was arrested early Thursday in Arizona after a high-speed chase and nationwide manhunt.
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News : Bill May Give Teens Community Service Option For Traffic Tickets
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 4:38:55 (116 reads)

(KOMU) - Missouri House Rep. Rochelle Walton Gray (D-Black Jack) is sponsoring a bill that would give some teen drivers the option of performing community service instead of paying a fine for certain traffic violations.
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News : Man Fatally Shot In The Back In Southern Missouri
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 4:12:10 (329 reads)

(dailyjournalonline) - The Wayne County Sheriff’s Department received a call for an ATV accident off County Road 224 Sunday at 11:15 a.m. Wayne County Sheriff Dean Finch said when deputies arrived on scene the victim, John Michael Fowler, 57 of St. Peters was lying face down in the gravel road. He had been shot in the back.
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News : Navy Vet, Single Dad Goes To Beauty School To Do Daughter's Hair
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 4:03:48 (161 reads)

(CNN) - A Navy veteran and single dad had trouble styling his toddler daughter's hair, so he did something a bit unexpected.

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News : MDC Seeks Public Input On Proposed Deer Hunting Regulations
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/5 3:55:33 (205 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is seeking public input on proposed changes to the state’s deer hunting regulations for the 2016-2017 hunting season.
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News : Spelling Bee Winners Announced
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 6:20:00 (258 reads)

Ellen Baxter of Grundy R-5 was first, Robert Urich of Laredo R-7 was second, and Andrew Flentje of Pleasant View R-6 was third in the Grundy county spelling bee yesterday.
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News : 5 Myths Surrounding Vaccines -- And The Reality
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 4:33:06 (137 reads)

(CNN)- With dozens of measles cases popping up in the United States, Americans are buzzing about vaccines once more -- and some old fearful myths are resurfacing.
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News : Proposed Bill: Women Must Watch Government Video Before Abortion
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 4:07:49 (123 reads)

(KOMU) - Women in Missouri may be required to watch a government-funded video before having an abortion.
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News : Father, Son Charged In Southeast Missouri Homicide
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 4:01:15 (257 reads)

MARBLE HILL (AP) - A man and his father are charged in the death of a southeast Missouri man whose body was found in a river last month.
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News : Commuter Train Slams Into SUV On Tracks, Killing 7 People
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/4 3:52:09 (228 reads)

VALHALLA, N.Y. (AP) -- A crowded commuter train slammed into a sport utility vehicle on the tracks at a suburban New York crossing and burst into flames, killing seven people and seriously injuring nearly a dozen in the railroad's deadliest crash, authorities said.

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News : NCMC Reviews Protocol For Emergency Situations
Posted by Tom on 2015/2/3 11:07:07 (152 reads)

North Central Missouri College in Trenton uses many methods to notify its employees and students of an emergency on campus. These procedures are a part of NCMC’s Crisis Management Plan which outlines specific actions taken to assure the safety of those associated with the college.
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News : Trenton Planning And Zoning Commission Approves Two Requests
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/3 10:11:19 (226 reads)

Following public hearings last night, the Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission voted to recommend approval on two requests for conditional use permits.
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News : Internal Probe Finds No Wrongdoing In Police Shooting
Posted by Randy on 2015/2/3 7:49:04 (186 reads)

(Hannibal.net) - Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis reported Monday, Feb. 2, the internal review of the Jan. 24 shooting incident in which an officer injured a suspect’s passenger has been completed, and the officer was determined to have been doing his duty.
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