The Princeton Board of Education’s agenda for a meeting on Monday night, March 14th includes a hearing on a recommenation of start classes this fall on August 24th. Afterwards, during the regular meeting, topics will include resignations, teacher contracts and compensation, and health insurance. Also planned are a presentation on the No-Tax Increase bond issue […]
Among the needs identified by the Trenton 2020 Community Bettement program, nearly a year ago, were obtaining an events and/or community center and a recognized hotel chain facility. During a 2020 meeting this week, Trenton Community Development Director Ralph Boots indicates he has been working on a hotel chain, and is seeking funds to conduct […]
The Grundy R-5 Board of Education has voted to rehire all full-time certified teachers for next school year. The board also has approved the school calendar for the upcoming academic year. Classes will begin on August 17th. Among recommendations given at the Grundy R-5 Board of Education meeting, the Lady Panthers girls softball team was […]
The Trenton City Council agenda for a Monday night (March 14th) meeting includes an ordinance amending the charge for having rental housing units inspected. It is currently $35.00, with any re-inspections within a year charged $10.00. The proposed amendment would make the charge $35.00 with every inspection done. Another ordinance on the agenda corrects a […]
Fundraising activities on Thursday night at the Pleasant View School earned nearly $2,700 to construct a new sign in the front courtyard and for educational field trips. There were dessert and quilt auctions, in addition to concessions during the night, which also featured basketball games and a cheerleaders performance.
A musical tribute to Buddy Holly will be Sunday, March 20th at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center in Chillicothe. The production includes Billy McGuigan as Buddy Holly, and the seven-piece Chris Akers Rave On Band. The program, called “Rave On – a musical tribute to Buddy Holly” — is the afternoon of Sunday, March […]
A Lamoni, Iowa resident, Julie Trusty, has been charged in Grundy County with Misdemeanor fraudulently stopping payment on a $300.00 check in May 2015. The charge says the check was written to John Rick for payment of air tools. Ms. Trusty was held at the Grundy County Detention Center in lieu of $1,000 bond. She […]
The public can meet and ask questions to the two finalists for President of North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Jon Marshall of Iola, Kansas will be in Trenton on Tuesday, March 22nd, while Dr. Lenny Klaver of Houghton, Michigan will be in Trenton one week late, on Tuesday, March 29th. Each man will […]
(St. Joseph News Press) – WireCo WorldGroup will close the majority of its St. Joseph manufacturing operations in a move that will leave the company with its smallest local workforce in nearly 70 years of doing business here. The company will eliminate 49 jobs in St. Joseph. “I feel bad for friends I know there […]
(St. Joseph News Press) – The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office is asking residents to report any suspicious activities after threats were received in the region. Deputies said they received information from an outside agency that there was a threat of violence against children in Northwest Missouri. The threat of violence is being investigated by multiple […]
Trenton High School junior Mariah Fox has been selected the Area 2 FFA Association President for the 2016-2017 school year. Mariah and her officer team will head 27 FFA chapters at area FFA events during the year. Mariah Fox is the daughter of Phil and Kristie Fox.
KCTV-5 Chief Meteorologist Chris Suchan will present a program in Trenton on severe weather preparedness and how to report severe weather. Grundy County Emergency Management is hosting the program on the night of Tuesday, March 22nd at 5 o’clock in the Hoover Theatre of the Grundy County Jewett Norris Library. The program is open to […]