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News : Young Family Trusts To Benefit NCMC Students
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/22 10:41:35 (208 reads)

North Central Missouri College students will soon have access to a new scholarship fund.
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News : Applications Being Sought For Livestock-Related Honor
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/22 8:12:56 (88 reads)

Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 Northeast Missouri Livestock Person of the Year. Applications are open to residents from any of 16 counties in northeast Missouri, including Sullivan, Linn, and Putnam.
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News : Oklahoma Rape Suspect Arrested Along I-35 In Northwest Missouri
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/22 7:44:27 (219 reads)

A 44-year old man from McAlester, Oklahoma, being sought on suspicion of molesting a 15-year old girl earlier this month, was arrested in Daviess County just before noon on Tuesday.
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News : Trenton's "City-Wide Garage Sales" Coming Saturday
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/21 9:40:00 (106 reads)

Trenton Community-Wide garage sales are coming up this Saturday, April 25th.
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News : New Date Set For Grundy County Murder Trial
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/21 9:29:09 (688 reads)

Another trial date has been set in Grundy County for a Trenton resident, Jameson Read, who faces multiple charges – one of them murder – in the July 2013 death of John Vencill of Trenton.
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News : Speed Limit For U.S. 65 In Trenton Drops To 45 MPH
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/20 11:29:17 (159 reads)

Additional signs have been erected on Highway 65 in Trenton advising motorists of a longer zone now, with the reduced 45 mile per hour speed limit.
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News : THS Senior Named Missouri's FFA President
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/17 11:00:00 (316 reads)

Trenton High School senior Adam Kirby today was selected as the next president of the Missouri FFA Association. Kirby was announced as the new president during a mid-day ceremony at the Missouri FFA Convention underway in Columbia.
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News : Daviess County Hosts Solid Waste Collection In May
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/17 8:10:00 (112 reads)

Residents of Daviess County can dispose of tires, appliances, electronics, scrap metal, household hazardous waste, batteries, cellphones, and ink cartridges during a collection on Saturday, May 2nd at the brush dump north of Gallatin on Route MM. Hours are from 9 to noon.
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News : Sullivan County Lifts Boil Advisory
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/17 7:57:31 (59 reads)

Sullivan County Public Water Supply District has lifted a precautionary boil advisory, issued on Monday morning, for customers in a small portion of western Sullivan County.
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News : Gallatin Hires New City Administrator
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/17 7:33:07 (124 reads)

The City of Gallatin has announced the hiring of a new City Administrator and City Clerk. In executive session, the Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved the hiring of Tony Stonecypher as the new City Administrator.
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News : Laredo Board Approves Raise For Certified Staff
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 13:10:00 (155 reads)

The Laredo Board of Education has approved a $700.00 increase in the base pay for certified staff. That is an increase of 2.7%, with the new base pay now at $27,000.
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News : Trenton Resident Charged With Marijuana Possession
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 11:20:00 (1136 reads)

A 38 year-old Trenton resident, Shannon Brake, has been charged in Grundy County with possessing more than 5 grams of marijuana on Monday, with intent to distribute.
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News : Trenton R-9 Announces New Hirings For 2015-16 School Year
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 11:10:00 (905 reads)

Trenton R-9 Board of Education has employed Abby Richman and Shawna Wade, both of Trenton, as new teachers at S.M. Rissler Elementary School for next academic year.
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News : Grundy County Commission Approves Plastic Pipe Bids
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 8:20:00 (83 reads)

Grundy County Commissioners, on Tuesday, approved bids by Metal Culverts of Maryville for metal and polymer coated pipes, and Owens Trenching of Laredo for plastic pipe.
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News : Cameron Man Charged With Rape
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 8:10:00 (593 reads)

A 44-year old man from Cameron has been charged with felony first-degree statutory rape, stemming from incidents believed to have occurred in late March.
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News : Hog Farm Dispute Brings Large Audience To Grundy County Courthouse
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/22 8:34:10 (971 reads)

It was described as standing room only on the second floor of the Grundy County Courthouse, on Tuesday morning, when a large group of citizens met with commissioners regarding the possibility of having a county health ordinance.
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News : Highway Patrol Sergeant Recognized For Life-Saving Efforts During September Flooding
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/22 7:54:05 (112 reads)

Highway Patrol Sergeant Michael Quilty, formerly of Trenton, is among 15 people recognized over the weekend for their service. Quilty received a life-saving award stemming from a September 2014 rescue during northwest Missouri flooding.
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News : University Of Missouri Receives Bomb Threat, "All Clear" Issued
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/22 7:38:43 (60 reads)

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri has issued an all clear after an earlier reported bomb threat prompted the evacuation of two buildings.
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News : Animal Feeding Operation Proposed In Rural Grundy County
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/21 9:30:00 (163 reads)

A concentrated animal feeding operation has been proposed for southwest Grundy County, with the proposal is drawing reaction from several persons--including some in the process of forming an opposition group.
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News : Chillicothe Police Arrest Man On Marijuana Possession Charges
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/20 14:00:57 (205 reads)

Chillicothe police arrested an area man after officers responded Saturday to the 600 block of Williams Street regarding alleged drug activity.
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News : Trenton's Kasinger Places First In FFA Speaking Event, Advances To Nationals
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/20 9:17:39 (69 reads)

Trenton FFA Chapter Member Emily Kasinger placed first in the FFA Creed Speaking event at the State Convention in Columbia, advancing to the national level.
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News : Phi Mu Epsilon Hosts 90th Anniversary Party At NCMC
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/17 8:20:00 (91 reads)

The oldest organization at North Central Missouri College, Phi Mu Epsilon, holds a 90th anniversary celebration at the college in May.
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News : Grand River Tech Organization To Host Mock Accident
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/17 8:05:44 (50 reads)

The Grand River Technical School's Chapters of Skills USA hold a "mock accident docudrama" on Friday, April 24th at the west side of the school in Chillicothe.
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News : Area FFA Students Compete For State Awards
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/17 7:40:00 (144 reads)

Besides Trenton's Adam Kirby (named Thursday as new President of Missouri FFA) competing for State Star in Agribusiness, other north central Missouri FFA students are competing for statewide titles.
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News : Man Shot, Killed In MU Parking Garage
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/17 7:27:41 (106 reads)

A confrontation with police, inside a parking garage in Columbia, resulted in a shooting death of a man on the campus of the University of Missouri.
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News : Newtown-Harris Offers Contract To Principal Foster
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 13:10:00 (196 reads)

The Newtown-Harris Board of Education has voted 5-2 in favor of offering Principal Misty Foster a contract to return next school year.
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News : Pleasant View District To Place New Sign In Front Of School
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 11:20:00 (207 reads)

The Pleasant View R-6 School District has received a $300.00 donation from Church Women United, which will be used towards construction of a school sign in front of the building.
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News : Senator McCaskill Urges Senate To Postpone USPS Closings
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 9:16:16 (79 reads)

U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill has requested the postponement of all Postal Service mail processing facility closings ad consolidations through the end of the 2016 fiscal year.
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News : FBI Seeking Individual To Help With ID Of Sexual Assault Victim
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 8:10:00 (189 reads)

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seeking the public's assistance with obtaining identifying information regarding an unknown male who may have critical information pertaining to the identity of a child victim in an ongoing sexual exploitation investigation.
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News : Trenton Board Of Education Meets, Accepts Teacher Resignations
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/15 6:40:00 (590 reads)

Resignations were submitted by three teachers; employee health insurance was renewed; a Coca-Cola contract was approved; and the next purchase of computer I-pads was authorized at Tuesday night's Trenton School Board meeting.
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