Missouri Public Service Commission rules KCP&L in violation of rules

The Missouri Public Service Commission has determined Kansas City Power & Light Company (KCP&L) and KCP&L-Greater Missouri Operations Company (GMO) violated Commission rules by making customer-specific information available to a third-party, Allconnect, Inc. (Allconnect) without the consent of their customers. The Public Service Commission Staff filed a complaint against the two electric companies on May […]

Graduation caps

Gilman City school district launches scholarship campaign

A second north Missouri school district has announced plans for a campaign to establish additional scholarships for graduating students. The Gilman City School District is teaming up with the Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri to launch an effort to develop more scholarships for graduates of Gilman City High School. Roger Alley, Superintendent of the Gilman […]

Rollover Accident

Highway patrol makes arrest after rollover accident near Eagleville

The highway patrol arrested an Iowa man who was injured yesterday in a rollover accident four miles east of Eagleville. Twenty five year-old Seth Coleman of Ogden, Iowa received what the patrol called moderate injuries. He was taken by ambulance to the Harrison County community hospital in Bethany. The patrol report stated a westbound pickup traveled […]


FCS Financial announces scholarship recipients in northwest Missouri

FCS Financial has announced 35 scholarship recipients including several from northwest Missouri. Each student receives a 15 hundred dollar scholarship to assist with costs of higher education. According to F-C-S Financial, the recipients include Emma Fordyce of Bethany; Derek Hardy of Browning; Robert Parkey of Chula; Marissa Surber of Wheeling; and Dylan Watts of Sumner. Others from […]

Boynton pump returned, refurbished and to be on display at Sullivan County Historical Society

Boynton pump returned, refurbished and to be on display at Sullivan County Historical Society

An iconic water pump that once stood in the middle of the road on Route N in Boynton, Missouri, went missing several months back. Assumed to have been stolen for salvage, the North Central Missouri Regional Water Commission, in conjunction with the Sullivan County Historical Society, offered a “no questions asked” reward of $350 for […]

Maryville man gets 5 years probation for possession of child porn

Maryville, Missouri man gets 5 years probation for possession of child porn

(St. Joseph News Press) – A frustrated judge sentenced a former Northwest Missouri State University student to 30 years in prison with a suspended sentence and a five-year, highly supervised probation. Circuit Judge Roger Prokes sentenced Garrett Warfield to five years in prison on the first charge of possession of child pornography, 10 years in prison […]

Trenton Police Department

Trenton woman faces two charges after investigation by Trenton Police Department

A Trenton woman faces two misdemeanor charges in connection with an incident April 28th investigated by Trenton Police. Twenty two-year-old Holliann Alexandria Norton has been accused of peace disturbance and domestic assault in the third degree. Bond was set at five thousand dollars cash with Ms. Norton to appear May 10th in the associate division […]

Scales of Justice

Trenton Farms CAFO lawsuit dismissed in Grundy County, Missouri

A lawsuit filed two weeks ago in Grundy County has been voluntarily dismissed by an attorney representing Trenton Farms RE LLC. According to a document filed in Grundy county with the dismissal, the Attorney, Robert Brundage, stated the jurisdiction for a lawsuit is with the Western District Missouri Court of Appeals at Kansas City. The suit […]

Chillicothe Fire Department recognized as”Fire Department of the Year” by Missouri Fire Fighters Association

The Fire Fighters Association of Missouri has named The Chillicothe Fire Department as “Department Of The Year” for 2016. The FFAM serves 7, 533 members and 367 fire departments. The award was presented to the department at the FFAM 62 annual convention held at Tan Tara resort. The Chillicothe Fire Department is a progressive Department with […]

Health insurance premiums topic of Trenton R-9 Board of Education meeting

Health insurance premiums topic of Trenton R-9 Board of Education meeting

Health insurance costs will be going up in the Trenton R-9 School District for the next year. How much of an increase though remains to be determined by the board of education. A special meeting was called for noon Friday with the intention of deciding the health insurance issue. However, moments before the meeting began, it was […]

Trenton R-9 School District

Trenton R-9 District Hires New Middle School Principal, Counselor

The Trenton R-9 Board of Education has offered a contract to Daniel Gott as the Trenton Middle School Principal for the 2016/2017 school year. Gott currently teaches 9th grade American History at Trenton High School and has previously taught sixth grade social studies at Trenton Middle School, and has been a para-professional at SM Rissler Elementary […]

Recycling event in Trenton “extremely successful”

A planner with the North Missouri Solid Waste Management district, Ann Hamilton, reports Saturday’s recycling collection at Trenton was what she called extremely successful. Over one hundred sixteen Grundy County residents were assisted in the event sponsored by the City of Trenton and Grundy County in conjunction with the North Missouri Solid Waste Management district. […]

Court Gavel and Scales

Mercer County manslaughter/assault case moved to Grundy County, Missouri

A Mercer County court case was received in Grundy County on a change of venue. Twenty eight-year-old Valerie Robinson of rural Princeton was charged in Mercer County with first degree involuntary manslaughter and two counts of second degree assault in connection with a two-vehicle traffic accident last July 4th east of Princeton. Ms. Robinson is […]