Mizzou women roll past Auburn, 69-55

AUBURN, Alabama (MUTigers.com) – Mizzou Women’s Basketball (21-6, 8-6) never trailed in a balanced 69-55 victory at Auburn (18-9, 8-6) Sunday afternoon. Junior forward Jordan Frericks (Quincy, Ill.) became the 33rd member of the Mizzou Women’s Basketball 1,000-Point Club while head coach Robin Pingeton earned her 100th victory on the Mizzou sideline. Sophie Cunningham (Columbia, […]

Trenton softball earns academic honors

The Missouri High School Fastpitch Coaches Association has announced its Academic All-State teams for the 2015 fall season.  With seven of its members earning Academic All-State recognition, and the entire 15 member Lady Bulldog team setting a 3.83 GPA, Trenton earned All-State distinction. Individual Trenton team members named All-State are seniors Ally Ockenfels, Daryian Otto, […]

Local incumbents file for elections

Seven incumbents were at the Grundy County Courthouse this morning to file for elections this year. Today is opening day for candidates to file for county, district, and statewide offices. The candidates for county offices file with their respective county clerks’ offices. Candidates seeking state representative, state senate, U-S Congress, or a statewide office file with […]

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Trenton City Council Meeting Report for Monday, February 22, 2016

The Trenton City Council’s finance committee meets several times during preparations for the city budget for the fiscal year beginning May 1st. That’s also the case this year, with two more meetings announced for Wednesday, February 23, and Friday, February 26, both at noon. Trenton mayor nick McHargue, during last night’s city council meeting, said […]

Edgerton victims were set on fire outside home| newspressnow.com

RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Law enforcement authorities revealed Monday that all four unidentified homicide victims and a pet dog found at a fire at 4170 Buena Vista Road in Edgerton, Missouri, were incinerated outside the residence with an accelerant. Platte County Prosecutor Eric Zahnd and Platte County Sheriff Mark Owen held a press conference to update […]

Trenton rides Richman to opening round district win over Brookfield

Early in the third quarter of Monday night’s Class 3, District 15 girls quarterfinal at Lawson High School, the favored Trenton Lady Bulldogs looked vulnerable to an upset against long-time rival Brookfield, as the #6 seed had surged to a 23-23 tie, applying pressure to a young THS team. With their season at stake, Trenton […]

Durham’s career-high 17 leads Arkansas past Missouri, 84-72

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Jabril Durham claimed the bulk of the responsibility for Arkansas’ disheartening loss to Auburn on Wednesday, a game in which his defensive gamble led to a crushing late 3-pointer. The Razorbacks point guard channeled any leftover frustration from that loss into a career-best effort on Saturday night, an 84-72 victory over Missouri. […]

Building and Nuisance board meets – Gilworth furniture store to open at Five Points in Trenton

A Gilworth Furniture store is to open at Five Points in downtown Trenton on March 7th. The building at 1001 Main Street, owned by Larry Gilworth, has been undergoing repairs and passed a city inspection Monday. The Trenton Building and Nuisance Board last night voted to allow the building to be occupied. In effect, the […]

St. Joseph Mother and children assaulted with ‘wooden stick’

A mother and two children were taken to the hospital after being assaulted by a man near 13th and Charles streets early Saturday afternoon. The incident was reported around noon when residents in the Museum Hill District heard screaming and called police. “He was using a wooden stick,” St. Joseph Police Department Officer Roy Wedlow […]