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Health Advisories : Part of SOUTH Spickard under a boil advisory
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/2 11:30:20 (296 reads)

There is a boil advisory for water customers in the southern part of Spickard. Affected are customers south of Pine Street. The precautionary boil advisory, for drinking and cooking water, is in effect until late Sunday morning.

Road Work : Stanley Lake Bridge exams to close Highway 139 near Sumner
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/1 8:21:50 (374 reads)

The Missouri Department of Transportation says travelers using Highway 139 in the Sumner area will need to find an alternate route during daytime hours beginning Monday. That is because MoDOT will be doing subsurface examinations of the Stanley Lake Bridge. Crews will be drilling from the top of the bridge to collect date to plan for a future structure.

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Accidents : Unionvlle woman injured in Wednesday accident
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/1 8:16:20 (324 reads)

A Unionville resident was hurt on Wednesday afternoon when the sport utility vehicle she was driving went out of control on Highway 5 north of Unionville and hit a mailbox and a utility box. Eighteen-year old Marissa Shuey suffered 'minor' injuries, and was treated at Putnam County Memorial Hospital in Unionville.

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News : SBA offers "Disaster Loans" to four area counties
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/31 8:08:24 (1108 reads)

The Small Business Administration says low interest federal disaster loans are available in Carroll and surrounding counties. That is because of reduced revenues caused by drought on November 15th of last year through January 21st of this year.

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News : Newtown-Harris to host "Financial Workshop" for juniors and seniors
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/30 15:11:54 (361 reads)

The Newtown-Harris School is scheduled to hold a Financial Aid Workshop in the high school computer room on Thursday night at 6:30. North Central Missouri College Admission advisor and A-Plus coordinator Macey Tipton will be the main presenter.

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Sports : THS wrestlers finish fifth at "Quad States Classic"
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/30 12:51:59 (365 reads)

The Trenton High School wrestlers tied for FIFTH place among nine schools in a tournament at Maryville High School on Saturday. Millard South High School of Omaha, Nebraska ran away with the team title, with Cameron finishing second. Here is Trenton Head Coach Charlie Bacon:

Click here to listen to Coach Charlie Bacon

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News : Trenton Chamber Of Commerce holds annual banquet
Posted by Randy on 2013/1/29 9:20:00 (371 reads)

Details have been announced concerning the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce annual banquet, featuring Kansas City Royals radio and television announcer Ryan Lefebvre:

Click Here To Listen To The Entire Open Line Program

Accidents : Monday morning wreck kills Maysville couple
Posted by John on 2013/1/28 17:20:00 (536 reads)

A Maysville couple has died at the scene of a single vehicle wreck in DeKalb County. The highway patrol identified the victims as 30 year old Nicole Browden and her husband, 27 year old Michael Browden.

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News : February is "Earthquake Prepardness Month" for Missouri
Posted by John on 2013/1/28 16:00:00 (422 reads)

Great Central U.S. ShakeOut earthquake drill on February 7 is a way for Missourians to get involved in earthquake preparedness. More than 350,000 Missourians are already registered to participate in the Great Central U.S.

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News : County unemployment rates generally lower than state average
Posted by John on 2013/1/28 15:50:00 (372 reads)

In a statistical comparison from the end of 2012, compared with the end of the previous year 2011, figures provided by the state indicate Grundy County has 220 fewer people working while there are 280 fewer jobs in the civilian labor force.

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Sports : Milan girls win low-scoring tussle with Scotland County
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/28 9:20:00 (356 reads)

The Milan Lady Wildcats rallied in the fourth quarter for an important Tri-Rivers Conference win against Scotland County on Friday night, part of a varsity doubleheader broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and 'Internet TV'.

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News : Jamesport dairy business has license reinstated
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/25 14:39:28 (372 reads)

The State Milk Board has announced that the plant license for Homestead Creamery of Jamesport has been reinstated. The facility was re-inspected by the Missouri State Milk Board on Tuesday. As a result, the license to process manufacturing grade dairy products was reinstated.

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Sports : Trenton boys fall short in upset bid against Richmond
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/25 10:30:00 (458 reads)

The Trenton boys lost an overtime thriller, while the girls rolled to their 16th victory of the season, in the Hamilton Tournament semifinals, played Thursday night and broadcast live on Hot Country Z 101.7 and 'Internet TV'.

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Sports : Trenton Bulldogs pass quarterfinal tests at Hamilton Basketball Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/24 9:30:00 (476 reads)

The Trenton girls and boys basketball teams were challenged by squads from Bethany and Lathrop on Tuesday night, but strong fourth quarter surges by the Bulldogs sent both THS teams into Thursday night's semifinal round, with quarterfinal wins in the Hamilton Basketball Tournament.

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News : Livingston County Health Center to host Adult Wellness clinic
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/24 8:33:02 (365 reads)

The Livingston County Health Center will be offering its Adult Wellness Blood Draw Clinic on Wednesday morning, January 30th from 7 o'clock to 10 o'clock. The clinic will be held at the health center office at 800 Adam Drive in Chillicothe. The clinic is an effort to encourage adults to recommended preventative screenings conveniently, and at an affordable charge.

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Sports : NCMC Lady Pirates struggle in home loss to Cottey
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/1 8:27:47 (370 reads)

The North Central Missouri College women, in action broadcast Wednesday night on Hot Country Z 101.7, struggled in the second half of a Region 16 contest with Cottey College, falling by a final score of 71-48, dropping NCMC to 9-13 on the season, and 0-4 in Region 16 play.

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Accidents : I-35 accident injures SW Missouri man
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/1 8:18:50 (325 reads)

A southwest Missouri man received what the Highway Patrol called minor injuries when the tractor-trailer unit he was driving slid into the median of Interstate 35 north of Bethany. Sixty-six year old Eddie Phillips of Wheatland was to seek treatment on his own.

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News : Friends of the Library/Arts hold event
Posted by Randy on 2013/1/31 9:50:00 (345 reads)

Activities involving Grundy County Jewett Norris Library and their Friends of the Library/Arts organizations were discussed on KTTN Open Line. These included a Native American presentation, a book fair, and e-books..

Click Here To Listen To The Entire Interview

Accidents : Tuesday accident injures Maysville woman
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/30 15:14:11 (324 reads)

A Maysville woman, 24-year old Brittany Bracken, sustained what the Highway Patrol called minor injuries in an accident on Tuesday afternoon three miles east of Fairport. Ms. Bracken was taken by ambulance to Cameron Regional Medical Center.

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Sports : Cold shooting Bulldogs suffer doubleheader sweep at Lawson
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/30 15:06:23 (406 reads)

The Trenton girl's and boy's varsity basketball teams both fell behind by double digits early in their games on Tuesday night at Lawson, and despite a number of spirited rallies, particularly from the Lady Bulldogs, THS went down to defeat to the host Cardinals, 51-39 in the girls contest and 50-26 in the boy's game, in contests broadcast on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com.

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News : Tri-County announces new superintendent
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/30 6:34:23 (745 reads)

The Jamesport Tri-County Board of Education has announced the selection of its next school superintendent. David Probasco will return to the Jamesport school as superintendent beginning July 1st.

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News : "Battle of the Belt" winners announced
Posted by John on 2013/1/29 7:00:00 (355 reads)

Nineteen high schools across Northwest Missouri battled it out last fall in a statewide seat belt use competition to see who could increase their student's seat belt usage rate the most.

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News : Public invited to "Burn Workshop" near Princeton
Posted by John on 2013/1/28 16:00:00 (340 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer a free workshop for landowners on how to effectively and safely use prescribed fire to boost wildlife habitat and reduce less desirable plant species.

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News : Signups due on Friday for Missouri Agri-Business Academy
Posted by John on 2013/1/28 16:00:00 (368 reads)

The 2013 class is headed to southwestern Missouri for a hands-on look at careers in agriculture. Applications are available for the Missouri Agribusiness Academy, with the deadline set for Friday, February 1st.

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Sports : Hamilton wins state-ranked showdown with Trenton, 51-45
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/28 10:40:00 (384 reads)

In the first of at least TWO matchups between #2 ranked Trenton and #9 ranked Hamilton, the outstanding play of senior guard Elsie Greenwood proved too much for the Lady Bulldogs on Saturday night, with the Missouri S&T bound Penney product sizzling the nets for 35 points, with Hamilton earning their own tournament title with a 51-45 win.

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Accidents : Friday night accident on Highway 190 claims two lives
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/28 6:37:33 (811 reads)

Trenton and Chillicothe men were killed late Friday night when a pickup truck overturned off Highway 190 northwest of Chillicothe and hit two utility poles. Fatally injured were the driver, 27-year old Byron King of Chillicothe and a passenger, 19-year old Dakota "Codi" Nichols. The accident was eight miles northwest of Chillicothe on Highway 190. The Highway Patrol said the eastbound pickup crested a hill at high speed, became airborne, landed on the pavement, then skidded off the right side of the road.

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Accidents : Thursday afternoon accident injures Cameron teenager
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/25 14:36:11 (366 reads)

The Highway Patrol reports that two Cameron boys were in a car that apparently experienced equipment failure and went off Clinton County Route T on Thursday afternoon. A passenger, 12 year old Wyatt Stone, received what were described as minor injuries and was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center.

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Sports : Chillicothe wrestlers spoil Trenton's Senior Night, 48-24
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/24 10:40:00 (411 reads)

The Chillicothe Hornet wrestlers won five matches to Trenton's four in 'on-the-mat' competition on Tuesday night at Trenton High School. However, Chililcothe won four other weight classes by forfeit while giving up just one forfeit to the Bulldogs. The end result was Chillicothe winning the dual, 48-24.

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Sports : NCMC Pirates beat Penn Valley 88-73, move to 2-1 in Region XVI play
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/24 9:20:00 (401 reads)

The North Central Missouri College men's basketball team has won FOUR games in a row, including two in a row at home against their biggest region rivals. On Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center, the Pirates played consistently strong basketball in defeating the visiting Penn Valley Scouts by a score of 88-73.

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News : Livingston County investigates "mailbox bomb"
Posted by Tom on 2013/1/24 8:19:59 (341 reads)

LIvingston County Sheriff Steve Cox, in an update to a story reported earlier this week, says at least "one person" has been identified as a possible suspect stemming from an investigation into recent burglaries in the northwestern part of the county, where multiple firearms have been stolen from two residences.

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