The Trenton R-9 Board of Education has offered a contract to Kasey Bailey to be the Principal at Trenton High School next school year. Bailey is currently the Assistant Principal at Trenton High School and Middle School and will begin his duties as high school Principal August 1st. Superintendent Dan Wiebers reports Bailey’s salary will […]
The Jamesport Tri-County R-7 Board of Education approved salary increases at a recent meeting. Superintendent David Probasco reports an increase of one and a half percent was approved to the base for the certified salary schedule, which makes the base $29,909. An increase of one and a half percent was also approved for the non-certified […]
Mosaic Life Care has named Nate Blackford as its new president for Mosaic Medical Center-Maryville effective April 1, 2019, when Mosaic assumes operations of the hospital in Maryville, Missouri. Nate was most recently the vice president and chief operating officer of MPact Health in Parkville, Mo., where he played a key leadership role in the […]
Because of the federal disaster declaration stemming from the drought of last year, applications are due for economic injury disaster loans of up to two million dollars to help meet working capital needs that can be blamed on the drought. The loans can be used to pay fixed debts, payroll accounts payable and other bills that […]
If you as a Veteran see civilian doctor or hospital for an emergency make sure that you or a family member notifies your VA general physician within 24 hours, and no later than 72 hours. Have the ER doctor call the attending physician at your VA emergency room so comments can be put in the […]
Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett today announced that the United States Department of Agriculture is giving funding priority in a key grant program for applications to address opioid misuse in rural communities. “The opioid epidemic is dramatically impacting prosperity in many small towns and rural places across the country,” Hazlett said. […]
A report from State Auditor Nicole Galloway shows the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations has taken steps to correct many of the data reliability problems with the Unemployment Insurance program uncovered in a statewide audit last year. While the review released today recommends DOLIR continue improving data security, the changes made as a result […]
The Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri, Incorporated’s Eighth Annual Meeting will feature a Northwest Missouri native. Radio host, author, and farmer Andrew McCrea will speak at the “Rethinking Small Town America” event at the Stoney Creek Inn of Saint Joseph February 22nd. Doors will open at 8:15 that morning with breakfast at 8:30 and the […]
Three Cameron, Mo., residents are among five defendants who have pleaded guilty to their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. Benjamin W. Clark, 26, of Cameron, pleaded guilty today before U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Matt J. Whitworth to the charge contained in a Nov. 16, 2017, federal indictment. Clark is the fifth defendant to […]
Missourians are being encouraged to file income taxes as soon as possible this year. Financial advisor Marshall Mennenga says Congress and the Trump administration wanted a smaller, easier tax form. The two-page 1040 has increased to eight pages and Mennenga advises taxpayers to file income taxes as early as possible.
The Trenton Finance Committee plans to discuss the 2019-2020 budget at a meeting next week. The committee will meet at the Trenton City Hall on Tuesday evening at 6 o’clock. A budget discussion will include general fund revenue for administration and non-departmental as well as capital fund.
Community members will teach professional development classes during Trenton High School Student Professional Development Day in March. Students can choose four of the more than 30 classes in fields of interest specific to them in exchange for their regular sixth, seventh, and eighth-period classes the afternoon of March 20th from 12:45 to 3 o’clock. Professional […]