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News : Chillicothe Police Department issues "animal neglect" citations
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/6 10:35:42 (302 reads)

Chillicothe Police Officers are responding to reports of animals being "neglected" in the extreme heat wave striking the area this week. Officers this week responded to the Wal-Mart parking lot in Chillicothe, to a report of a dog locked in a vehicle, with no water and outside temperatures above 100 degrees.

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Fires : Fire near Trenton burns brush and timber
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/6 9:29:36 (380 reads)

Fire late Wednesday afternoon burned an estimate 100 yards of brush and timber piles at the edge of a field about one mile north of Trenton, on property belonging to John Kuttler. Trenton Fire Department Lieutenant Mike Moore said it is not known who started the fire, located in "a creek bed area" of a field approximately 1/4 mile from U.S. Highway 65.

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Accidents : Accident southwest of Kirksville injures area woman
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/6 9:23:16 (246 reads)

A Green Castle resident was injured early Thursday morning southwest of Kirksville when the van she was driving traveled off Highway 11 and hit a fence. Sixty-one year old Brenda Walter of Green Castle was taken by private vehicle to Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, with injuries described as MODERATE by the Highway Patrol.

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News : Dry weather cancels Chillicothe's "Freedom Festival"
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 11:29:32 (476 reads)

The "Freedom Festival" scheduled for Chillicothe on Wednesday, July 4th has been cancelled. There is a ban on the use of fireworks throughout Livingston County, including Chillicothe, because of the dry conditions. The scheduled fireworks show on July 7th in the Simpson Park/Country Club area has been cancelled.

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Accidents : Accident west of Novinger injures Adair County man
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 10:37:32 (465 reads)

At a location two miles west of Novinger on Monday afternoon, the Highway Patrol said 60-year old Charles Downen of Kirksville received MODERATE injuries and was taken to Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville for treatment.

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News : Despite dry weather, Milan announces no changes to Independence Day events
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 10:32:00 (437 reads)

Organizers of Independence Day activities in Milan says the events ARE STILL ON. They invite the public to join the Milan Elks celebration of the holiday.

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News : "Family and Children's" entertainer comes to Chillicothe on August 1
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 10:20:54 (414 reads)

An entertainer for children and families, Jim Cosgrove, presents a concert in Chillicothe on Wednesday, August 1st. Cosgrove, described as a singer, speaker, and writer, performs "interactive" concerts, concentrating on a message of "hanging on to the wonder of youth", and "loving yourself, your neighbors, and the earth".

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News : Highway Patrol reminds motorists to "remember safety" over the July 4th holiday
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 9:40:00 (430 reads)

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is taking the week of Independence Day to remind the public to "drive safely" to their destinations. Sergeant Brent Bernhardt is a Public Information Officer with the Highway Patrol:

Click here to listen to Brent Bernhardt

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Accidents : Harrison County crash injures six people
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 9:10:00 (301 reads)

Six people were injured on Saturday afternoon when a car collided with a pickup truck, overturning both vehicles on a rural road northwest of Bethany.

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News : Governor requests USDA turn CRP acres into grazing
Posted by John on 2012/7/2 20:10:00 (532 reads)

Governor Jay Nixon HAS directed the Missouri Department of Agriculture, to request the USDA Farm Service Agency open Conservation Reserve Program lands to grazing in counties meeting requirements for shortages of hay/forage and
precipitation.

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News : Senator McCaskill to make "Highway 36" tour on Saturday
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/30 6:00:00 (454 reads)

Senator Claire McCaskill's campaign office says she will begin her re-election campaign on Saturday with a statewide RV trip, beginning in St. Joseph, and over the course of the week, visiting 24 cities across Missouri.

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Sports : Lock Springs ATV racer injured in South Dakota accident
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/30 5:50:00 (881 reads)

A Lock Springs woman, known for her A-T-V racing skills, was injured Friday afternoon while competing in a qualifying race in South Dakota. Twenty-two year old Bailey Shea Williams was taken to a hospital in Sioux Falls with injuries that a family member described as broken ribs, a punctured lung, and a left shoulder injury.

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News : Grants awarded to three area libraries
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/29 9:46:54 (391 reads)

Secretary of State Robin Carnahan has announced grants for libraries in Chillicothe, Gallatin, and Bethany. All grants will be used to help assist with electronic reading services.

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Weather : Hot, dry weather bring drought concerns and burning bans
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/29 9:30:00 (600 reads)

As the month of June comes to a close, the city of Trenton has received just 4.67 inches of rain over the months of May and June, a number that is less than half of what is normal for those two months (normally the wettest two months of the year). Normal rainfall is normally in the area of TEN inches.

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News : Missouri National Guard soldiers receive medals and awards
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/28 13:07:37 (469 reads)

Members of a Missouri National Guard Agri-Business Development Team have received medals and awards for repealing an attack by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan on Sunday, April 15th. Among the soldiers recognized were Senior Airman Ryan Derickson of Chillicothe, Staff Sergeant Troy Green of Cameron, Sergeant Derek Logsdon of Bevier, and Specialist Bobby Smith of Linneus. All four men were awarded a "Combat Action Badge".

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News : Both Livingston County Jail escapees back in custody
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/6 10:29:10 (292 reads)

A Brookfield man, who escaped from the Livingston County Jail in Chillicothe on Wednesday night, was arrested early Thursday night in Brookfield. Forty-one year old Bobby Waddle was taken into custody. Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox said the other prisoner who escaped from the jail, 22-year old Tony Dawson of Brookfield, was arrested early Thursday morning hiding at a residence in the 200 block of Clay Street in Chillicothe. Dawson was taken into custody without incident.

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Accidents : I-35 accident injures two from Blue Springs
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/6 9:25:58 (235 reads)

Two Blue Springs residents were injured when a car hit a deer on Interstate 35 in Daviess County on Wednesday night.

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Health Advisories : Burn bans expanded due to dry conditions
Posted by John on 2012/7/4 9:40:00 (501 reads)

Out of concern for public safety and properties, the city of Trenton and Grundy County have enacted burn bans effective at 12 noon Tuesday July 3rd and extending until further notice is given (or when a significant amount of rain has been received).

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News : Livingston County credits website with arrest of two fugitives
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 10:41:55 (796 reads)

Two suspects, listed as "Most Wanted" fugitives from a Livingston County Sheriff's Department website, have been arrested thanks to "tips" given to law enforcement officials.

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Accidents : U.S 36 accident near Cameron injures two
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 10:35:08 (449 reads)

The Missouri Highway Patrol says an "injury accident" occurred on Monday morning nearly two miles east of Cameron, but the extent of injuries for the occupants was not provided to the news media.

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News : CAFO permits to be explained July 17th at NCMC
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 10:27:21 (416 reads)

Trenton will be among four sites in Missouri where meetings will be held this month to explain new permit regulations for concentrated animal feeding operations. The free sessions are sponsored by the University of Missouri Extension commercial agriculture swine focus team and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

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News : Green Hills Animal Shelter to hold "Adoption Day" with reduced fees
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 9:56:41 (489 reads)

The Green Hills Animal Shelter of Trenton, this coming Saturday afternoon (July 7th), will be offering reduced adoption fees on dogs and cats which have been at the shelter for six months to a year.

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News : Independence Day activities planned for Dockery Park in Gallatin
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 9:30:00 (376 reads)

Independence Day will be observed in Gallatin with activities on Wednesday night at Dockery Park. There will be a barbecue, crafts, and games at 7 o'clock, a variety program at 8:30, and fireworks at dusk (about 9:45).

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Health Advisories : Lock Springs water customers placed under boil advisory
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/3 9:02:20 (307 reads)

A precautionary boil water advisory has been issued for customers in Lock Springs. The advisory to boil water used for cooking and drinking went into effect at 12 Noon on Monday within Lock Springs' city limits.

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BULLETIN! : BURN BANS FOR SPICKARD, GALT, RURAL GRUNDY COUNTY
Posted by John on 2012/7/2 13:00:00 (453 reads)

Unincorporated areas of Grundy county have been added to the announcement by the communities of Spickard AND GALT that are publicly announcing a burn BAN, effective immediately.

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News : Daviess County customers asked to conserve water
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/30 5:56:25 (434 reads)

Daveiss County Public Water Supply District #2 is asking its customers to conserve water by limiting water to household usage only. The request by Daviess County Public Water Supply District #2 is because of the dry conditions.

News : Gallatin Theatre League announces mid-July fundraiser
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/29 9:49:57 (402 reads)

Performances are scheduled on Friday and Saturday, July 13th and 14th, as a fundraiser for the Gallatin Theatre League. An entertainer, known as Tobias, is scheduled to present an evening of "music, dancing, comedy, and inspiration".

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News : Cainsville to "Celebrate the 4th" this weekend
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/29 9:41:05 (458 reads)

The city of Cainsville plans to hold its "Fourth of July" celebration THIS weekend. Friday night's activities include a beer garden with a DJ providing the music, with the cook shack opened tonight (Friday night) and throughout the weekend.

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Accidents : Injury accidents reported near Braymer and Cameron
Posted by John on 2012/6/29 7:50:00 (566 reads)

Separate injury accidents occurred in and near Braymer about one hour apart yesterday (Thursday) afternoon. The Highway Patrol said two vehicles collided at 6th and Main streets in Braymer, sending one of the drivers, Courtney Cox of Braymer to Liberty Hospital. The patrol described her injuries as MODERATE.

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Accidents : Interstate 35 wreck injures Gladstone man
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/28 13:01:31 (448 reads)

The Highway Patrol said a Gladstone man had a medical issue, which contributed to the car he was driving going off Interstate 35 south of Bethany and hitting two road signs and several trees. Seventy-four year old William Durham was taken to Harrison County Community Hospital in Bethany, with what the Patrol called MODERATE injuries.

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