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News : Eight incumbents file for re-election in Chillicothe
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/11 13:20:00 (412 reads)

Tuesday marks the opening day to file for April's general election at Chillicothe City Hall. Eight incumbents who currently hold positions in the City of Chillicothe's government have filed for re-election.

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Accidents : Saturday night crash injures Stewartsville man
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/11 13:16:23 (375 reads)

A Stewartsville man was taken to a St. Joseph hospital hours after an accident in rural Clinton County on Saturday night. The Highway Patrol says the accident (at 9:50 PM Saturday) occurred three miles southwest of Stewartsville on Keller Road.

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Sports : NCMC Holiday Hoops schedule officially announced
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/11 9:40:00 (931 reads)

North Central Missouri College's annual Holiday Hoops event is set to begin on Wednesday, December 19th, with the OFFICIAL schedule of games announced on Monday morning by event organizer Steve Maxey. To see the schedule of game times and dates, click on 'read more':

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Accidents : Weekend accident on U.S. Highway 36 injures two
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/11 7:25:25 (391 reads)

The Highway Patrol says two Stewartsville residents were SERIOUSLY injured when a car overturned off Highway 36 west of Cameron early on Saturday night. The driver, 24-year old Kacy Teeter, and a passenger, 26-year old Jacob Bennett, both of Stewartsville, were taken to Heartland Regional Medical Center in St. Joseph.

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News : Assistance for veterans is available MONTHLY
Posted by John on 2012/12/10 13:00:00 (356 reads)

The Trenton V-F-W Hall and Trenton HyVee will be locations early next month for veterans, and / or family members, to receive assistance on veterans benefits.

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News : City of Trenton seeks bids for water treatment plant improvements
Posted by John on 2012/12/10 11:50:00 (422 reads)

Construction bids are sought by the city of Trenton on various improvements at the water treatment plant. Sealed proposals are due to the City Clerk at Trenton City Hall, by 2 o’clock on January 22. At that date and time, proposals will be opened and read aloud.

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Sports : Trenton wrestlers post triangular victory at Albany
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/10 10:23:17 (458 reads)

The Trenton High School wrestling team, on Thursday night, beat Southwest Livingston and Albany for its first triangular 'victory' of the 2012-2013 season. The Bulldogs scored 66 points in their win over the Ludlow team, and beat the host Warriors 40-32.

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Sports : Trenton girls, South Harrison boys take Friday night wins at THS
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/10 8:38:10 (354 reads)

The Trenton girls and South Harrison boys basketball teams claimed victories on Friday night, in a high school basketball doubleheader broadcast LIVE on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com. The Trenton girls moved to 6-0 with a 69-39 win, while the South Harrison boys beat Trenton 78-58.

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Sports : Mercer's "Senior Standouts" lead doubleheader sweep at Princeton
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/10 7:37:45 (383 reads)

The Princeton Tigers played with energy and intensity, but could not find a way to slow down North Mercer's group of senior basketball standouts, with the visiting Cardinals winning at Princeton on Thursday night, in girl's and boy's varsity basketball games heard live on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.

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News : Green Hills Animal Shelter announces "Adoption Day" on December 15th
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/7 9:25:48 (409 reads)

The Green Hills Animal Shelter will be offering $20.00 off the usual adoption fees during a promotion the afternoon of Saturday, December 15th. This is called the "Jingle Bell Special Pet Adoption Day". Dogs and cats wearing jingle bells will be available that afternoon at a $20.00 discount. The shelter says the regular adoption fee ranges from $80 to $100. That includes the cost of rabies and distemper vaccinations, plus the spaying or neutering of the pet.

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Accidents : Highway 6 accident injures St. Joseph men
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/7 9:07:37 (419 reads)

Two men from St. Joseph were injured late Wednesday afternoon in a traffic accident three miles west of Gallatin. The Highway Patrol said that the men, 27-year old Teklit Weldeabzgi and 30-year old Tedla Tesfameskel, suffered SERIOUS injuries and were flown by medical helicopter to Truman Medical Center in Kansas City.

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Sports : NCMC Pirates rebound from tough week with wins over Graceland
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/5 13:37:07 (369 reads)

Playing against tough competition from the Jayhawk Community College Conference in Kansas last week, the North Central Missouri College women lost three games in a row, while the Pirate men lost twice (at Allen County and against nationally-ranked Barton County). On Tuesday night, in Lamoni, Iowa, NCMC was able to get back into the win column.

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BULLETIN! : Mercer experiences boil advisory
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/5 12:30:00 (427 reads)

The city of Mercer says water customers at Mercer will be WITHOUT service while a water main leak is located and repaired. There also will be a precautionary boil advisory at Mercer UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE for drinking and cooking water. The North Mercer School District dismissed classes at 1:15 on Wednesday afternoon because of the water outage.

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Sports : Associated Press all-STATE football team announced
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/5 10:34:58 (1113 reads)

All-STATE selections for the recently completed high school football season have been announced by the media members across the state of Missouri. To see the complete list of honorees for this award, click on 'read more':

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News : North Missouri Sportsman's Alliance announces two fundraisers in early 2013
Posted by John on 2012/12/5 7:10:00 (659 reads)

The North Missouri Sportsman's Alliance (NMSA) will be conducting two fund raisers during the first four and one-half months of 2013. The fund raisers will be held in lieu of the North Missouri Outdoor Classic, which the NMSA had used as its primary fund raiser the last five years. The Outdoor Classic will return to the Chillicothe area in March of 2014.

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News : Local Audubon Chapter to meet Wednesday night near Chillicothe
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/11 13:19:54 (419 reads)

The Grand River Audubon Chapter will meet on Wednesday night at the Jerry Litton Agri-Science Center northwest of Chillicothe. Social time is at 6:30 followed by the program at 7:00. Terry McNeely will present the program on "The Upcoming Christmas Bird Count".

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Fires : Items sought for victims of Chillicothe house fire
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/11 13:10:07 (381 reads)

Donated items are being sought for a Chillicothe family who lost belongings in a fire at their residence on Monday night. The Chillicothe Fire Department says about 100 gallons of water and foam were used to extinguish smoldering embers in the attic and ceiling joists in the kitchen area at 104 East Second Street in Chillicothe.

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Accidents : Saturday morning incident closes southbound I-35
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/11 7:27:34 (362 reads)

A non-injury traffic accident on southbound Interstate 35 near the Winston exit resulted in southbound lanes of the interstate being closed for nearly five hours on Saturday morning. The accident involved a tractor-trailer unit and a van. The tractor-trailer unit was carrying batteries.

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News : Winning ticket drawn in raffle to finance installation of flag pole at museum
Posted by John on 2012/12/10 13:30:00 (395 reads)

Announcement was made today of the raffle ticket winning number drawn recently. The sale of tickets generated funds for the placement of a flag pole at the Grundy County Museum. Mark Robinson conducted the raffle which he said raised 12-hundred dollars to finance the project.

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News : Additional efforts announced in collecting coats for the needy
Posted by John on 2012/12/10 13:00:00 (394 reads)

A former Trenton resident has announced additional drop off locations for a local drive to collect gently used coats. Erin McDonald said this is the third year for the coat drive in memory of her son, Kole Hoffman.

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Sports : Gilman City girls and boys win on first day of 2012 HDC Basketball Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/10 10:40:00 (420 reads)

The HDC Conference's annual basketball tournament is underway, with four girls games and four boys games played on Saturday at North Mercer High School, with the Gilman City girls and boys each coming out victorious in their first games of the tournament.

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Sports : NCMC Lady Pirates swept in two-game south Florida swing
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/10 9:00:00 (363 reads)

The North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates played the first game of their weekend trip to south Florida on Friday night, losing by a score of 74-62 at Miami-Dade College in Miami, Florida.

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Sports : Milan swept at Scotland County
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/10 8:00:00 (366 reads)

The Milan Wildcats are even with their Tri-Rivers Conference records, with both the girl's and boy's basketball teams at 1-1, following losses at Scotland County High School on Friday night, heard LIVE on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.

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Sports : Plattsburg tragedy postpones Monday night's basketball games
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/7 10:02:28 (601 reads)

Because of a student suicide at Plattsburg High School, the basketball games scheduled for Monday, December 10th at Trenton High School have been moved to accommodate funeral plans.

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News : Livingston County Sheriff's Department to receive $9,000 grant
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/7 9:20:00 (348 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department has been approved for a $9,000 local law enforcement block grant. That is according to Sheriff Steve Cox, who says the money will be used toward the purchase of a new or used patrol vehicle. The grant application was written by Sergeant Michael Claypole with assistance from Presiding Commissioner Eva Danner-Horton and Sheriff Cox.

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Sports : Trenton Bulldogs split wrestling dual at Gallatin
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/5 13:50:00 (419 reads)

The Trenton High School wrestling team defeated Gallatin 48-36 but lost to South Harrison 29-28 on Tuesday night, as part of a very competitive triangular between the three rival schools at Gallatin High School. South Harrison claimed the overall victory with a head-to-head team win over Gallatin by a final of 46-30. Click on 'read more' to see Trenton results from Tuesday night.

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Sports : Trenton Bulldogs sweep Princeton
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/5 13:30:00 (438 reads)

The Trenton Bulldogs swept a basketball doubleheader on Tuesday night against the Princeton Tigers, controlling both games throughout and getting 'running clock's' by the fourth quarter, with the Trenton girls cruising to a 73-21 win, with the boys taking a 66-29 victory.

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Sports : Milan well-represented on NORTHEAST all-district team
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/5 12:00:00 (418 reads)

A 9-0 regular season finish and a second consecutive Tri-Rivers Conference championship have helped the Milan Wildcats into strong representation in the All-Northeast Missouri all-district football team announced by the Missouri Broadcasters and Sportswriters Association. To see the complete all-district selections, click on 'read more':

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News : Area legislator to receive award at Livestock Symposium in Kirksville
Posted by John on 2012/12/5 7:20:00 (410 reads)

Tom Shively, the District 8 Missouri State Representative from Shelbyville, has been selected to receive the Agriculture Educators Lifetime Achievement Award at the December 7th and 8th Missouri Livestock Symposium in Kirksville.

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News : Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation's fund drive shows continued growth
Posted by John on 2012/12/5 7:10:00 (514 reads)

The Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation Board met Tuesday evening for its final meeting of the 2012 year. Board member Cara McClellan gave a report of the inaugural Wright Run 5K/10K that took place on October 6 in Trenton.

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