More than 250 volunteers are needed to assist with hosting the 14th Annual High School Holiday Hoops in Trenton. Seventy-seven games are scheduled at the Ketcham Community Center on the campus of North Central Missouri College December 14th through 31st. An hour-long training meeting for new volunteers or those wanting a refresher will be in […]
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Residence Hall Association at North Central Missouri College will host the Third Annual Canned Food Game next week. In lieu of normal admission for the home NCMC basketball games November 27th, fans are encouraged to bring canned food items to be donated to help feed Christmas meals to […]
There will be several performances at the 11th Annual Festival of Trees to benefit two organizations for developmentally disabled individuals: the Gifted Group and Trenton Heroes. A parade will begin at the Trenton Rock Barn Friday afternoon at 4:30 and go around the outside of the stadium and the Rock Barn area. The entertainment at […]
The Gilman City R-4 Board of Education has approved the 2017-2018 school audit. The election filing dates for the board were also set with candidates able to file December 11th through January 15th. The election will be April 2nd. Superintendent Roger Alley said the air conditioner and boiler repair are complete.
The Spickard R-2 Board of Education approved a Missouri School Boards Association travel policy update at a meeting Monday evening. Reimbursement rates were changed to $7.00 for breakfast, $10.00 for lunch, and $18.00 for dinner. The 2017-2018 school audit and a building use form for American Gymnastics were approved and bids will be sought for […]
The Highway Patrol reports the arrest of a Brookfield man in Jackson County Tuesday morning on multiple allegations. Twenty-year-old Zachary Camarillo was accused of driving while intoxicated, a lane violation, speeding, failure to stop at a stop light, and failure to make a right turn as close to practicable to the right curb. Camarillo was […]
The Community Writing Group will feature a children’s author at a meeting next week. Barry Boulware will speak to the group about the creation of his book series and the publishing process in Room 203 of Geyer Hall on the campus of North Central Missouri College of Trenton the afternoon of November 27th at 3 […]
The Chillicothe FFA Chapter attended the area trap shoot held at the Trenton Trap Range on November 3, 2018. The Chillicothe FFA Chapter had 6 teams consisting of 24 individuals shoot on Saturday. They included Ethan Cooper A-46, Drake Bradley A-35, Clayton Walker A-44, Mack Anderson A-46, Garrett Cramer A-45, Trace Rardon A-43, Kale Campbell […]
The Livingston County Library Children’s Department will be holding 12 days of Christmas events starting Monday, December 3 through Tuesday, December 18. Events include activities such as hot cocoa and cookies, ornament making, a visit from Santa, and much more. The Gingerbread House event, held on Dec. 5 for ages 8-12 and The Sugar Cookie […]
A Lee’s Summit, Missouri couple are among 13 defendants who have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a $62 million conspiracy to distribute more than 2,000 kilograms of cocaine, and a money laundering conspiracy. Howard Christian Walters, also known as “Chris,” 41, and his wife, Nina Walter, 37, both of Lee’s […]
Trenton High School was represented by four musicians when the 68th annual North Central Missouri Bandmasters Association Honor Band presented a concert Monday night in Chillicothe. Performing with the larger group were Mackenzie Klinginsmith, clarinet, Mari Atup, flute, Nicole Rodriguez, tuba, and Jonathan Schlared, alto saxophone.
“It was a great night to be a buyer,” Eldon Cole said after the Southwest Missouri Show-Me-Select Replacement Heifer sale. Average price on 311 heifers was $1,586. That’s almost $200 per head below Cole’s prediction. The University of Missouri livestock specialist has managed 39 heifer sales. He knows well-managed heifers and what they bring to […]