Consolidated Machine and Welding announced it will expand its facility in Hannibal, investing $4.3 million and creating 30 new jobs in the area. “We’re excited to see Consolidated Machine and Welding grow in Hannibal,” Governor Mike Parson said. “This new facility brings good-paying jobs and opportunities for our citizens in Northeast Missouri. Businesses often find […]
Livingston County Fair officials have announced the results of the horse show: Clover kid participants: Gabrielle Barnett Reata Mccracken Age 11-13 […]
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt today announced that his office has received a term sheet from Johnson and Johnson and multiple distributors (McKesson, Amerisource Bergen, and Cardinal Health), setting the stage for the largest victim-centric settlements the State of Missouri has ever seen and tentatively securing roughly just over half a billion dollars of funding […]
WireCo WorldGroup Inc. announced it is investing $15 million over the next five years to expand production capabilities in its Sedalia facility. The facility currently employs more than 160 individuals, and this expansion will result in the creation of 18 new jobs. “We’re excited to see WireCo finding success and opportunities for growth here in […]
Governor Mike Parson announced the launch of a statewide COVID-19 vaccination incentive program, MO VIP, to encourage vaccination among all Missourians age 12 and up. Over the next three months, 900 Missourians who have or will choose to be vaccinated will win cash or education savings account prizes in the amount of $10,000. “We understand […]
Governor Mike Parson announced that he has selected Donald G. Kauerauf to be the next Director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, effective September 1, 2021. “We are excited to welcome Don to Missouri and look forward to the great work he is sure to accomplish in service to all Missourians,” Governor […]
While no official recommendation was made due to the lack of a quorum Tuesday night for the Trenton Utility Committee, the City Council will take a look at increasing the base electric rate by seven dollars for residential customers in Trenton. This is primarily a monthly charge for having an electric meter. The current rate […]
Officers were reelected at the Art’s Alive meeting in Trenton July 20th. Dan Maxey is president, Amy Guthrie is vice president, Shani Kinney is secretary, and Katie Kinney is treasurer. Their terms will expire June 30th, 2022. Board members reelected were Mike Baugher, Jim Norris, Terry Toms, Dan Wilford, and Shani Kinney. Their terms will […]
The Union Pacific Railroad has announced part of Route A north of Trenton will be closed July 22nd for railroad crossing repair. Route A will be closed at the railroad tracks from 8 o’clock until noon. Motorists will have to take an alternate route during the closure. (Email [email protected] with questions or concerns about this […]
The Spickard R-2 Board of Education adopted a budget and accepted bids July 19th. Superintendent Erica Eakes reports anticipated revenues for the 2021-2022 budget are $1,033,529, and anticipated expenditures are $1,006,038. There is a surplus of $27,491. The 2020-2021 budget was also amended to match actual revenues and expenditures. Bids were accepted from AE Dairy […]
Locations have been announced for the Grundy County Back to School Event hosted by Bright Futures Trenton. The free needs-based event for Grundy County students will be on August 12th. School supplies and backpacks will be distributed, and Pass the Pride will be held at the First Christian Church of Trenton from noon to 6 […]
Governor Mike Parson announced $4 million in new grant opportunities to combat crimes against children and to provide additional funding to agencies that provide services to crime victims. “The last two years have created hardships and strained resources across the nation, but the reported rise in crimes affecting children and the difficulties experienced by agencies […]
The date has been announced for the car, truck, and bike show this fall in Jamesport. The show will be held on September 25 and begins with registration at 8 o’clock that morning in the city park. A dash plaque will be given to the first 100 who register. The event also includes trophies and door […]
The Missouri State Highway Patrol troop office headquartered in St. Joseph has announced results of a DWI saturation enforcement effort conducted in Mercer, Grundy, and Livingston counties. Troopers made five arrests for driving while intoxicated, one drug arrest, and issued 18 traffic citations. Troopers also issued 32 warnings and assisted four motorists.
Mid-States Services, LLC has announced the closing of its appliance sales and service division located at 2626 Oklahoma Avenue in Trenton. The appliance inventory, including Maytag, Whirlpool, Amana, Crosley, and Speed Queen, was liquidated. The appliance building and attached warehouse are available for purchase.
Results have been announced in the sheep show at the Mercer County Fair in Princeton. Jordan Doty of Maryville exhibited the Grand Champion ram, the Grand Champion market lamb, and Reserve Champion ewe. Wyatt Vogel of Lineville had the Grand Champion ewe and the Reserve Champion market lamb and also placed first in county performance.
Stone County Prosecuting Attorney Matt Selby and Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced charges against Ride the Ducks Branson employees Kenneth Scott McKee, Charles Baltzell, and Curtis Lanham in relation to the sinking of Stretch Duck #7 on Table Rock Lake on July 19, 2018, which resulted in the deaths of 17 individuals. According to […]
As part of the ongoing response, agencies across the U.S. government announced new resources and initiatives to protect American businesses and communities from ransomware attacks. The U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, together with federal partners, have launched a new website to combat the threat of ransomware. The Stop Ransomware […]
State Auditor Nicole Galloway released her second report on unemployment benefits received by Missourians through COVID-19 response funding from the federal government. The report shows that, through April 2021, more than 600,000 Missouri citizens received more than $4.9 billion in benefits made available under several programs. Several federal laws enacted and executive actions taken in […]