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Man impersonating police officer in Daviess County stops individual on Highway 6

The Highway Patrol reports a white man wearing a law enforcement-style uniform impersonated a police officer in Daviess County on Wednesday morning, June 15. The vehicle the man drove was described as a black Dodge Charger with police markings and emergency lights inside. The vehicle stopped someone on Highway 6 near Gallatin, with the man […]

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Chillicothe Police Department busy with assault at water park, person that was “lost and confused,” and arrests on Alexander Street

Chillicothe Police officers took reports of an assault at the Chilli Bay Water Park, an apparently lost and confused person in the 700 block of Elm Street, and a disturbance in the 1400 block of Alexander Street on June 15. Assistant Police Chief Rick Sampsel says two juveniles assaulted each other at the water park, […]

Court News

Court news for the Associate Division of Grundy County Circuit Court on Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Probation has been ordered for two Trenton residents who, on Tuesday, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of endangering the welfare of a child on November 9 in Trenton. A sentence of 45 days in the Grundy County Jail were issued to Kyle Nathan Wilson and Lacy Jo Vestal. Judge Steve Hudson suspended the execution of […]

Trenton Municipal Utilities (TMU) or Trenton City Hall

Trenton Municipal Utilities to begin upgrading electric and water meters

Trenton Municipal Utilities is upgrading its electric and water meter reading infrastructure with new meter reading technology. Older water meters will be changed out to utilize the new advanced metering infrastructure throughout the summer and fall. Comptroller Rosetta Marsh says many of TMU’s water meters are more than 15 to 20 years old and usually, […]

Trenton Fire Department Training Tower

Audio: Fire Department hosts Trenton Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting, tours of training tower

The Trenton Fire Department hosted a Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony and had tours of its training tower on June 15th. Fire Chief Brandon Gibler says the tower can be used in multiple ways and has already been used.     Other fire departments can also use the tower.     Gibler emphasizes […]

Missing Teen Found Safe

Missing Harrison County teenager returned home safe

The teenage boy reported missing from New Hampton has been located and is described by the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department as safely back home. No other information as to where Moreno was found was released by authorities. Fifteen-year-old Nicolas Moreno was listed on Tuesday morning as missing. The Harrison County Sheriff’s Department expressed their appreciation to […]

Princeton Missouri School District Website

Princeton Board of Education approves bids, presented update on summer maintenance projects

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education on Monday evening, June 14, approved a bid for a passenger vehicle pending availability and final approval of a facility grant. The approved bid was from Suburban Chevrolet of Tulsa, Oklahoma for $45,695. Pettijohn Auto Center of Bethany also submitted a bid for $44,414. Pettijohn’s bid was lower, but […]

Fireworks

“Fireworks in the Park” set for July 5 in Jamesport

Activities are planned leading up to fireworks in Jamesport. The Jamesport Community Association and Lil’ Red Shed Fireworks will present Fireworks in the Park at the Jamesport City Park on July 5, starting at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. Activities will include blacksmithing demonstrations, bounce houses, face painting, and a parade. There will also be […]

Home of Sliced Bread sign Chillicothe, Missouri

Chillicothe set to celebrate Sliced Bread Day on July 10

Chillicothe’s most famous invention is celebrated state-wide with Sliced Bread Day in Missouri every July 7, which is the anniversary of the groundbreaking innovation. This year the community will celebrate Sliced Bread Day with a variety of fun, community activities on the following Saturday, July 10, 2021. Ninety-three years earlier, on July 7, 1928, The […]