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News : Haney Refiles For Chillicothe's Mayoral Position
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/20 21:27:53 (33 reads)

The City of Chillicothe has announced two additional filings for the April elections. The first is Chuck Haney, to continue as the city's mayor, and David Moore, to continue as Councilman-At-Large.
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News : Trial for Trenton Man Accused Of Murder Begins In January
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 16:56:56 (126 reads)

(FOX 26 KNPN) - A Trenton man will stand trial late next month for a murder he allegedly committed in 2013.
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News : Unionville Man Wins Patrol Trooper Award
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 16:46:25 (78 reads)

During a graduation program this morning for 31 new troopers of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Unionville native Chris Kottwitz received the Superintendent's Award, presented to the person with the most overall points in the graduating class.
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News : 550 Million Year Old Fossils Provide New Clues about Fossil Formation
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 15:10:26 (77 reads)

A new study from University of Missouri and Virginia Tech researchers is challenging accepted ideas about how ancient soft-bodied organisms become part of the fossil record.

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News : Buchanan County Inmate Found Dead
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 14:31:14 (104 reads)

(StJoeChannel.com) - An inmate has died inside the Buchanan County Jail after being found unresponsive early Wednesday, according to authorities.

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News : U.S. Officials Blame North Korea For Sony Hack
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 12:15:46 (36 reads)

(NBCNews.com) - United States officials have concluded that the North Korean government ordered the hacking attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment — a breach that led to the studio cancelling the planned release of "The Interview".

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News : St. Joseph Truck Driver Convicted in Child Prostitution Case
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 11:21:10 (82 reads)

(StJoeChannel.com) - A St. Joseph commercial truck driver who is a registered sex offender has been convicted of transporting a minor across state lines for prostitution.

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News : St. Joseph Mom Accused Of Starving Baby To Death
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 13:10:00 (115 reads)

(KCTV) - A St. Joseph woman has been charged with child neglect following the death of her 7-month-old son.

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News : Livingston County Investigating Property Damage Reports
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 10:10:30 (89 reads)

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department is investigating two reports of property damages, in cases that could have been potentially done by the same person or suspects.
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News : Trenton Police Department Begins Body Camera Usage
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 9:10:00 (71 reads)

The Trenton Police Department has begun to implement their new police body worn cameras.
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News : Young Ohio Woman Continues Public Battle With Brain Cancer
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 8:30:00 (59 reads)

(USA TODAY/Paul Daugherty) - The day we visited was a good day, the kind that occur less and less for Lauren Hill. She had only the pain in her joints. No dizziness, no migraines, no need for a wheelchair.

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News : Sunnyview Honors Gastineau As "Employee Of The Month"
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 7:50:00 (101 reads)

Sunnyview Foundation Incorporated met on Monday night, announcing the December employee of the month as Wanda Gastineau.

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News : MDC Seeks Public Opinion On Shooting Ranges
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 7:31:41 (29 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation will partner with the Missouri 4-H Foundation to get public input on services and usage of many of the unstaffed shooting ranges across the state.
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News : Grundy County Tax Collections Up For 2014
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 7:18:37 (22 reads)

Grundy County Sales tax collections finish the calendar year ahead of last year's revenue – a positive bit of news for county commissioners.
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News : Bucklin Woman Named Farm Bureau Ambassador
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/16 11:20:00 (48 reads)

Two students attending the University of Missouri in Columbia have been selected as Missouri Farm Bureau ambassadors. A panel of judges selected Miriam Martin, of Bucklin, and Dustin Stanton, of Centralia.

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News : Moore Files For Chillicothe Councilman-At-Large
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 17:00:52 (91 reads)

The Councilman-At-Large position on the Chillicothe City Council has its first candidate in the April elections.
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News : Princeton Medical Clinic Adds X-Rays
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 16:50:42 (85 reads)

The Princeton Medical Clinic now has the capability to have x-rays completed at the clinic.
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News : Bethany Native Resigns Maryville Superintendent Position
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/19 16:37:52 (49 reads)

Multiple reports this afternoon indicate that Larry Linthacum will be resigning as superintendent of the Maryville R-2 School District.
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News : Gallatin Man Organizing Regional Horticulture Conference
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 15:03:45 (61 reads)

The 19th annual Great Plains Growers Conference will be held at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph from January 8th to the 10th, 2015.

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News : Ankle Bracelet Helps Police Catch Suspected Burglar
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 12:30:00 (77 reads)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Prosecutors say a Kansas City man charged with committing 34 residential burglaries was linked to the crimes by a GPS in an ankle bracelet he was wearing because he was on parole for burglary.

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News : U.S. Kills Three ISIS Leaders in Iraq Strikes, Officials Say
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/18 12:06:48 (34 reads)

(NBCNews.com) - Three leaders of ISIS have been killed by American airstrikes in Iraq in the past month and a half, U.S. defense officials said Thursday.

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News : Waco, Texas Meteorologist Shot Outside TV Station
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 13:10:28 (110 reads)

(ABCNews.com) - Waco, TX - A Texas meteorologist was shot today outside a TV station in Waco, police said.

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News : 19th Century Worth County Court Cases Added To Statewide Database
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 10:16:42 (62 reads)

Secretary of State Jason Kander has announced the addition of 2,826 circuit court case files from Worth County to the Missouri Judicial Records database.

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News : Hamilton Woman Wins NCMC Scholarship
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 10:02:39 (74 reads)

A North Central Missouri College student from Hamilton, Kristen Cash, has won a $350.00 NCMC Foundation Scholarship Award sponsored by the TRiO Student Support Services program.

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Pictured from left: Teresa J. Cross, representing the NCMC Foundation; and Kristen Cash

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News : MCT Seeks Actors/Actresses To Perform "The Jungle Book"
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 8:43:30 (44 reads)

Auditions will be held from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Monday, January 12 at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center in Chillicothe, for the Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) performance of “The Jungle Book”, a program sponsored by the Chillicothe Area Arts Council.

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News : Carrollton Hospital Hosts Ground-Breaking Ceremony
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 8:10:00 (31 reads)

Carroll County Memorial Hospital has held a ceremonial ground breaking for its new 43,000 square foot, Ambulatory Surgery and Medical Office Building.

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News : Show-Me-Select Heifers Set Record Price At Palmyra
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 7:48:25 (39 reads)

Show-Me-Select heifers reached new record prices, averaging $3,208 on 286 head. The sale was December 13 at F&T Livestock Market in Marion County.
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News : Spickard Board Approves Audit
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/17 7:25:47 (26 reads)

At a meeting on Monday night in Spickard, the 2013-14 school audit was approved by the Board of Education.
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News : Robinson To Challenge McHargue For Trenton Mayor
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/16 11:30:00 (832 reads)

Trenton Second Ward City Councilman Mark Robinson filed for Mayor of Trenton on Tuesday morning. Meanwhile, the incumbent, Doctor Nick McHargue told KTTN he intends to re-file for Mayor.
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News : Paraprofessional To Resign At Laredo School
Posted by Tom on 2014/12/16 11:15:47 (87 reads)

At a meeting last night of the Laredo R-7 Board of Education, a resignation was accepted from Megan Peterson as third and fourth grade para-professional effective at the end of the 2014 calendar year.
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