City of Trenton Website

No discussion on process for selecting Police Chief at Trenton City Council meeting

There was no discussion during the public portion of the Trenton City Council meeting earlier this week on the process for selecting the next chief of police at Trenton. Tommy Wright who has resigned from the police chief position effective July 6th attended the city council meeting as the police chief usually does. City Administrator Ron Urton […]

Planned Parenthood

Medicaid reimbursements for Planned Parenthood being stripped before Gov. Parson signs new law

Medicaid reimbursements for Planned Parenthood are being stripped before Governor Parson signs a bill calling for the action. Planned Parenthood of St. Louis has confirmed to Missourinet that it received a letter last Friday stating that the reimbursements had been suspended. M’Evie Mead of Planned Parenthood says state lawmakers were making a political statement with […]

Health News

University of Missouri: Patients prefer to have cancer screenings despite risks and warnings

A large proportion of the American public opts to receive cancer screenings with the hope that testing will reduce their chance of cancer death. Now, a team led by University of Missouri psychological science researchers has determined that patients may want cancer screenings even if the potential harms outweigh the benefits. Researchers believe that clinicians […]

Life Flight Helicopter

2 hurt,1 life-flighted when driver strikes deer in roadway near Milan

Milan and Unionville residents were injured Tuesday night when according to the Highway Patrol, a car swerved to avoid a deer, traveled off Highway 5 and overturned in an accident was two miles north of Milan. Twenty-three-year-old Jakeob Stark of Unionville received minor injuries and was transported by ambulance to Sullivan County Memorial Hospital in […]

Eric Greitens

Audio: Criticism of Greitens’ use of private lawyers in governor’s office continues to grow

Criticism of former Republican Governor Eric Greitens’ use of private attorneys in his defense against possible impeachment continues to grow.     The chairman of a special House committee that was investigating Greitens addressed a letter to the Office of Administration requesting it refuse payment to the attorneys. Republican Representative Jay Barnes of Jefferson City […]

Daviess County Courthouse

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve ordinances

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved ordinances regarding chickens and duties and fees for a Sexton at the city cemetery at its meeting Monday evening. A Sexton is an officer of a church, congregation, or synagogue charged with the maintenance of its buildings and/or the surrounding graveyard. The first ordinance authorized the keeping of chickens in […]

Jamesport Missouri Website

MoDOT presents information to Jamesport City Council on intersection safety

The Jamesport City Council approved Monday evening the purchase of fireworks for an entertainment and firework show. The council approved purchasing $500 worth of fireworks from Bill and Susie Bear to be used at the event July 5th.  The council approved an ordinance authorizing the Daviess County Associate Circuit Court to hear municipal ordinance violations for […]

Chronic Wasting Disease

Mercer and Grundy Counties added to deer feeding ban by Department of Conservation

The Missouri Department of Conservation has expanded its restrictions on feeding deer and placing minerals for deer to seven new counties in response to finding cases of chronic wasting disease in or near them. The seven new counties are Bollinger, Cape Girardeau, Grundy, Madison, McDonald, Mercer, and Perry. The feeding ban for these seven new […]

Gavel and Law book

Chillicothe teen charged with felony first-degree assault appears in court

A 16-year-old from Chillicothe certified as an adult to face a felony charge stemming from an incident in February appeared in Livingston County Circuit Court Thursday. Matthew Ryan Miller has been charged with first-degree assault or attempt—serious physical injury or special victim. Online court information shows a motion to modify bond conditions was sustained. Miller […]

Cattle Grazing

University of Missouri Extension offers four-day tour for cattle producers

The University of Missouri Extension offers cattlemen a bus tour of cattle operations in Kansas and Oklahoma Aug. 6-9. MU Extension livestock specialist Patrick Davis said the tour offers an opportunity to learn to manage herds better to make them healthier and more profitable. Registration deadline is July 15. Tour stops include: • Neosho Valley […]

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Missouri Children’s Trust Fund receives $260,000 memorial bequest

The Missouri Children’s Trust Fund is grateful to receive a $260,000 memorial gift from the Marigene Smith Brewer Estate. The bequest is the largest single private gift in CTF’s history and will be used to further CTF’s mission to prevent child abuse. “I had the pleasure of working with Marigene during her tenure with Missouri […]

Mo Farm Bureau Tractor Cruise

Missouri Farm Bureau fifth annual tractor cruise registration now open

Missouri Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture is holding its fifth annual Keep Missouri Farming Tractor Cruise on July 21, 2018. Tractors will travel through Buchanan County, Missouri, on a 38-mile loop that will begin and end at the Ag Power John Deere dealership at the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 36 and SE State Hwy. Z. […]

Rockhurst University

Rockhurst University announces partnership to provide educational opportunities to Chillicothe Correctional Center

Rockhurst University is announcing a partnership with the Missouri Department of Corrections to provide new educational opportunities for both incarcerated offenders and staff at the Chillicothe Correctional Center, an all-female facility with approximately 1,660 inmates located about 90 miles northeast of Kansas City. Funded by grants from The Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, The Laffey-McHugh […]

Eric Greitens

St. Louis Circuit Attorney releases previously sealed portions of agreement with Greitens

(Missourinet) – The St. Louis Circuit Attorney Wednesday released the full agreement which led to a felony charge being dropped against former Governor Eric Greitens. Two of the seven conditions in a stipulation for dismissal of a computer tampering charge against Greitens had originally been sealed. Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s office told Missourinet Tuesday it […]

Moberly Park Trenton Missouri

Trenton Aquatics Center reports highest attendance since 2010

The Trenton Park Board approved the purchase of a lifeguard stand for the Trenton Family Aquatic Center at its meeting Wednesday evening. The lifeguard stand will be purchased from Recreonics for $2,470. Aquatic Center Manager Alexis Whitney reported a lifeguard stand bottom had cracked and needed to be replaced. She was told she could not […]