Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments of Trenton completed more COVID-19 testing on residents Monday, September 21st. Administrator Jerry Doerhoff reports there were eight new positive cases of COVID-19, which gives the facility a total of 19 positives. Four residents are in isolation due to contact tracing.
A Galt resident has been charged with 10 felony counts, including rape or attempted rape, endangering the welfare of a child, and unlawful use of a weapon, stemming from January. The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports 39-year-old Brian White was arrested Monday, September 21, and faces two counts of rape or attempted rape—aggravated sexual offense, […]
The Grundy County Health Department reports there were 10 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, September 21st That brings the county’s total to 203 of which one hundred sixty-six of those cases have been confirmed, 37cases are probable and forty-nine cases are active. The health department reports two deaths related to COVID-19 for Grundy County.
Veterans events have been announced for October in Trenton. A veterans service officer will help with VA paperwork and answer questions at VFW Post 919 October 5th from 9 to 1 o’clock. Veterans are asked to bring a copy of their DD-214 and other paperwork. A counselor and a veterans service officer will be at […]
Trenton Municipal Utilities has set a boil advisory for a portion of Trenton to start Wednesday, September 23rd due to the installation of a new valve. The advisory will affect Main Street from 15th to 18th streets, East Crowder Road from Main to Lulu Street, Mable Street from East Crowder to 18th, and 17th Street […]
The Gilman City R-4 Board of Education has approved Principal Jill Sperry as the Homeless, Foster Care, and Migrant Coordinator. The McKinney-Vento Act Dispute Resolution, policy updates, and Daviess County CARES Act funding were also approved. Superintendent Roger Alley reported Gilman City R-4 started the Seamless Lunch and Breakfast program. Students will receive a free […]
An Agency man sustained serious injuries when the semi-truck he drove overturned half of a mile west of Brookfield the morning of Tuesday, September 22nd. An ambulance transported 60-year-old Joseph Williams to the Pershing Memorial Hospital of Brookfield. The truck traveled east on U. S. Highway 36 before running off the left side and overturning. […]
The Spickard R-2 Board of Education the evening of Monday, September 21st raised substitute pay from $80 to $85. Secretary Kelli Girdner reports an addition to the handbook was approved that says no homemade baked goods can be brought for classroom parties or birthdays. Snacks must be prepackaged.
This flu season may look different than any we have had before. The combination of a global pandemic and influenza season happening at the same time may lead to confusion since there are many similarities between Influenza and COVID-19. Some of these similarities include patients who are asymptomatic to those experiencing the severe onset of […]
Mercer County Public Water Supply District has issued a precautionary boil advisory for customers described as south of Cainsville following a water main break on Monday. Rural water customers within the boundary are advised to boil water until further notice. This includes those within the area, clockwise, Elk Road and Route N on the north, […]
The highway patrol reports a northwest Missouri couple was killed in a two-vehicle crash five miles north of Savannah. Sixty-nine-year-old Danny Donahoo and his wife, 68-year-old Diane Donahoo, both of Rosendale, were pronounced dead at the scene by the Andrew County Coroner. The bodies were taken to the Meierhoffer Funeral Home. The driver of a […]
One person among three from Braymer was reported injured in a two-vehicle accident Monday night four miles northwest of Braymer. Thirty-seven-year-old Ashlee Smith received serious injuries and was taken by an ambulance to the Liberty Hospital. She was a passenger in a van driven by her husband, 37-year-old Seth Smith. The driver of a pickup […]