The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill has provided new information Friday morning on the upcoming storm that will track through northern Missouri Friday and Friday night. The weather service on Thursday had originally issued a Winter Weather Advisory for counties along the Iowa/Missouri border; however, on Friday morning the Winter Weather Advisory has shifted […]
Governor Mike Parson signed Executive Order 22-1 to consolidate Missouri’s early childhood advisory groups into one with the creation of the Missouri Early Childhood State Advisory Council. “Last year, we streamlined services to Missouri’s children and families by consolidating the state’s fragmented early childhood programs into the Office of Childhood. This year, we are further […]
Six individuals were honored with the Missouri Farm Bureau Outstanding Service to Agriculture Award on December 6. The presentations were made by MOFB President Garrett Hawkins during the opening session of the organization’s annual meeting at the Lake of the Ozarks. The award is given annually to select individuals who have demonstrated their desire to […]
Due to extremely dry conditions and predicted high winds for Wednesday, December 15th, a 24-hour burn ban has been issued for the City of Chillicothe effective from 6:00 a.m. Wednesday, December 15th through 6:00 a.m. Thursday, December 16th. All outside burning except for BBQ grills used for cooking will not be allowed during the hours […]
Grundy County Public Water Supply District Number 1 has issued a boil advisory for rural customers in the area of Southeast 50th Avenue until further notice. The advisory affects customers along Southeast 50th Avenue south of Southeast 60th Street to the county line and from No Creek to Route V.
A Missouri, woman who used a stolen identity to enroll in college pleaded guilty in federal court to Social Security fraud. Laura A. Oglesby, 48, of Mountain View, pleaded guilty before U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge David P. Rush to one count of intentionally furnishing false information to the Social Security Administration. By pleading guilty, Oglesby […]
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has issued a COVID-19 hot spot advisory for seven northwest Missouri counties due to rising case totals from November 1st through 15th. Marshall Griffin files this report. Thirty-eight cases were added in Harrison County in the two-weeks time. Forty cases were added in Gentry County. […]
Two Mexican nationals have been convicted by a federal trial jury for their roles in a $2.1 million conspiracy to distribute over 100 kilograms (220 lbs) of methamphetamine in the Kansas City metropolitan area and in northwest Missouri. Juan Guzman, also known as “Flaco,” 40, of Kansas City, Missouri, and Maria De La Cruz Nava, […]
Teachers of the first quarter were announced at November 9th’s Trenton R-9 Board of Education meeting. They are Rissler Elementary School First Grade Teacher Abby Gott, Trenton Middle School Art Teacher Sheridan Mounce, and Trenton High School American Government Teacher Derek Bloom. Superintendent Mike Stegman noted the board will choose a teacher of the year […]
A Missouri man pleaded guilty in federal court to illegally possessing a firearm following a shooting on the street of a residential neighborhood. Terrquan J. Beasley, 22, Kansas City, pleaded guilty before U.S. Chief District Judge Beth Phillips to being a felon in possession of a firearm. Officers were dispatched to Research Medical Center, 2316 […]
(Missouri Independent) – Smaller needles. Redesigned shipments to ease the storage needs in pediatricians’ offices. And enough vials of the COVID-19 vaccine to inoculate the 28 million U.S. children between ages 5 and 11. Those are among the plans announced by the White House on Wednesday as federal and state officials prepare for a regulatory decision to […]
Trenton Municipal Utilities has issued a precautionary boil advisory due to a water main repair. The advisory will be in effect until Thursday, October 21 at 3 p.m. for residents on East 28th Street from Northeast Eighth Avenue to 4400 East 28th Street, Hunter Road from East 28th Street to Lake Trenton Drive, and Sportsman […]
Sullivan County Public Water Supply District Number 1 has issued a precautionary boil advisory until further notice due to maintenance on a water main. The advisory affects Sullivan County Rural Water customers on Route C from Route T to Forest Drive, Elm Drive, Route CC, Rodeo Road, and Fountain Drive.
Sullivan County Public Water Supply District Number 1 has issued a precautionary boil advisory until further notice due to water main repair. The advisory affects Sullivan Rural Water customers on Highway 11 from the intersection of Highway 129 and Highway 11 north to Nevada Road. It includes Niagua Road, Moss Drive, and Mitoon Road.
Aviation Project Manager Ryan DaMetz from Lochner will present a report at the Chillicothe Municipal Airport Advisory Board meeting next week. The board will meet at the Chillicothe City Hall on October 12, 2021, at 5:15 p.m. The agenda also includes a report from Airport Manager Toby Calivere.
Missouri Secretary of State, Jay Ashcroft, announces the launch of the Missouri Bicentennial Photo Drive, celebrating 200 years of statehood. This effort is sponsored by the Missouri State Archives, a division within his office. Starting Oct. 4, 2021, and running through August 2022, the public is invited to submit up to seven images each in […]
With the start of a new fiscal year, the Missouri Corn Merchandising Council (MCMC) and the Missouri Corn Growers Association (MCGA) announced a new slate of officers, the appointment of recently elected board members, and national committee assignments. The election of the 2021-22 MCMC officer team took place during an August board meeting held in […]
The Grundy County Health Department will hold flu vaccine clinics on Friday, October 8, and Friday, October 15 from 9-1 and 2-4 pm. No appointment is needed. GCHD has a flu vaccine for all ages including the high-dose vaccine for people over age 65. Individuals are asked to bring their Medicare, Medicaid, or health insurance […]
A Missouri, man has been convicted by a federal trial jury of possessing methamphetamine to distribute. Anthony Martinez Harris, 48, of Kansas City, was found guilty on Wednesday, Sept. 29, of one count of possessing methamphetamine with the intent to distribute. On Sept. 26, 2019, employees at the Sleep Inn on Highway 54 called Camdenton, […]