The Milan United Methodist Church has created what it's calling a â€ścommunity cornerâ€ť at First and Market streets.
Ketcham Community Center at Trenton closes today at 12:30 for annual maintenance work.
Area youth pastors are coordinating contests, worship, music, and food this Saturday at the North Central Missouri Fairgrounds in Trenton.
The Harrison County Sheriff's Department has issued an Endangered Missing Person alert for a 15-year-old girl. Authorities want to find Bailey Ann Summers.
Some of the most important Golden Rule Days of School Days are about bus safety, said John W. Worden, director of the University of Missouri Extension's Law Enforcement Training Institute.
U.S. Senator Roy Bluntâ€™s staff will host a Listening Post Meeting on Thursday, August 15, 2013 from 1:30pm to 2:30pm at Caldwell County Courthouse.
The Trenton Park Board met on Monday evening, August 7th, here are the results of that meeting.
The Grundy County Commission holds a public hearing on the proposed county property tax levy August 20th.
The City of Trenton has been approved to receive a federal grant of more than 25-thousand dollars towards the cost of constructing a farmers market pavilion downtown.
The annual dinner, auction, and golf tournament for the Farmers Electric Youth Benefit Fund raised more than 46-thousand dollars.
The Livingston County Sheriff recently completed an investigation into remains found in the southeastern portions of Livingston County.
The next step in a process to upgrade the lagoon used by the city of Princeton was authorized last night.
The Kirksville Police Department has announced the promotion of two employees.
The Livingston County Sheriff's Office remains busy on a variety of on-going criminal investigations, including at least three arrests.
Though the legislature is on its annual break, members of the Citizens and Legislators Working Group on Medicaid Eligibility and Reform have been criss crossing the state.
A photograph submitted by Marcy Donelson of Princeton has been judged the best of show in a contest hosted by the Missouri Department Of Agriculture.
The Laredo Board Of Aldermen has approved ordinances dealing with filling board vacancies and holding special meetings.
Trenton High School holds freshmen orientation Wednesday night at 7 o'clock in the Trenton High School commons. It's for students and their parents.
For 32 years Nathan Martin of Centralia has been a 4-H livestock leader. On August 17 he will be inducted into the Missouri 4-H Hall at the Missouri State Fair.
Cow herd owners can learn to boost beef production at Thompson Farm Field Day, Sept. 17. That includes tips on breeding and feeding.
A Princeton boy, 18 year old Thomas Mallinson, has pleaded guilty to multiple charges for his alleged role in a crime spree in Mercer County during the first half of this year.
Two men wanted on warrants from southeast Iowa have been hospitalized after wrecking a stolen car during a high-speed chase in Schuyler County Wednesday evening.
Route C in Grundy County will close Thursday, Aug. 8, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
The Laredo Board of Education holds a public hearing on the proposed property tax levy Monday night, August 12 at 6:30 at the school.
The southbound lanes of I-35, as well as one of the northbound lanes had to be shut down when an accident occurred at approximately 8:00 o'clock Wednesday morning.
The driving lane of northbound Interstate 35 will be closed on Wednesday, Aug. 7, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
A Green City woman was injured yesterday afternoon when her car twice traveled off Highway 6 in western Adair county and then overturned.
A Gallatin company, waiting on federal approval of a horse slaughtering permit, apparently will have to wait awhile longer.
Sullivan county health department at Milan has announced information on C-P-R classes and T-DAP clinics.
A public hearing on setting the local tax levy is scheduled during a Trenton R-9 board of education meeting August 13th.
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