The Milan Wildcats, on the strength of a handful of big second half plays, were able to defeat upset-minded Knox County on Friday night, 32-18 at Cal Hubbard Field, in a game broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3.
The Stacy Multipurpose Center’s Indoor pool at Princeton is scheduled to re-open to the public beginning Wednesday September 26th at 5:00 am. This is a corrected date from information provided to KTTN. Plans also have been announced for a FREE swim this Saturday night.
A 34-year old rural Galt man, Patrick Courtney, has been charged in Grundy County with first degree murder in the death of 32-year old Christopher Molloy of Galt, by shooting him after deliberation. Courtney is being held in the Grundy County Detention Center without bond. He is to appear Tuesday in Associate Division of Grundy County Circuit Court.
A Trenton man is in jail after being arrested yesterday on multiple charges stemming from incidents Sunday. Thirty-nine year old Jason Dean Crouse of 600 Normal faces charges of unlawful use of a weapon as well as misdemeanor domestic assault and property damage in the second degree.
Representatives of North Central Missouri College in Trenton and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) at the University of Missouri signed new Articulation Agreements on September 20, 2012.
The Highway Patrol described injuries as MODERATE for 64 year old William Rider and 67 year old Carolyn Rider (both of Humphreys), after a motorcycle crash on Wednesday evening. Both were taken by medical helicopter to Truman Medical Center.
A single vehicle accident on Tuesday afternoon, three miles to the west of Pattonsburg, injured a driver from McFall. The Highway Patrol said injuries were minor to 18-year old Jacob Lichliter of McFall. He was taken by ambulance to Cameron Regional Medical Center.
The Gilman City community has been placed under a precautionary boil water advisory until further notice. The city clerk's office said the advisory was issued on Tuesday due to a broken water main in Gilman City.
The Trenton Bulldogs fought hard, but struggled to move the football on Friday night, falling 39-7 to the visiting Pembroke Hill Raiders in a Week 5 homecoming game broadcast on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com.
Classes in the Trenton R-9 school district will be dismissed early this (Friday) afternoon to allow for the annual homecoming parade. This year, the grand marshals are retired long-time instructor Mike and Beverly Bosley. The parade begins at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Trenton traveled to Cameron on Thursday night and played a marathon 14 inning battle with the Lady Dragons. Cameron jumped on the Bulldogs early, scoring the first two runs of the game in the bottom of the first inning, with three THS errors making things difficult on the "Black and Gold".
Entries for next month’s Missouri Day Festival Parade are nearing 150 including decorated floats, antique and restored motorized cars and trucks, family units, special guests and of course, high school marching bands and military participants.
Sheriff Rodney Herring said Grundy County received multiple 9-1-1 phone calls at 1 o'clock regarding a shooting at a home in Galt. Sheriff Herring identified the victim as 32 year old Christopher Molloy: a resident of the home at 200 North Main that he shared with 37 year old Stephanie Miller.
Coming off of a second-place finish on Saturday at the Lathrop Tournament, the Trenton Lady Bulldog volleyball team was hopeful that momentum would carry them to back-to-back wins on their home court on Monday and Tuesday nights.
In the early morning hours of Sunday, a state trooper arrested 27-year old Machelle Dowell of Galt for the alleged possession of a controlled substance. Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cosa said the detention officer on duty summoned Chillicothe Police to assist at the scene to avoid any "gender issues".