Moberly Park Trenton Missouri

Trenton Park Board approves bids for fencing and playground border material

The Trenton Park Board approved bids for chain link fence and playground border material on Wednesday evening. Grundy County Lumber’s bid was approved for the fencing material for $1,395. It was the lowest of two, as Jim’s Building Supplies submitted a bid of $1,950.40. The approved bid for the playground fall material border was from […]

Livingston County Library

Livingston County Library among nine that receive grants

Nine libraries have received Workforce Development Collection Improvement Grants totaling $15,900.  “Missouri’s libraries serve as resource hubs for their communities, with many acting as the de facto business center in their area,” Ashcroft said. “These grants ensure they can continue to offer their patrons materials which are vital to the development of business and workforce […]

Spickard, Missouri

Spickard Board of Aldermen vote not to pay city employees for holidays

The Spickard Board of Aldermen voted Monday evening to not pay city employees for holidays. The Missouri Rural Water Association, Green Hills Regional Planning Commission, and All-State Consultants were approved to continue work on a water and wastewater project for the city. The vote was taken following a discussion by Liz Grove and Gary Webber […]

Gilman City School

Gilman City Board of Education will continue to pay 100% of employee health insurance premiums

The Gilman City R-4 Board of Education has approved continuing to pay 100% of employees’ health insurance for a deductible of $5,000. Bookkeeper Tori Wideman reports the district will pay $452.03 per employee, which is a 52 cent increase from last year. Employees have an option for a buy-up plan with a deductible of $3,000 […]

Journey to College

Pilot programs focus on helping more students finish a college degree in less time

Ten Missouri colleges and universities are participating in two programs that aim to reduce college costs and help students earn a degree in less time. The Department of Higher Education is set to begin pilot projects for Guided Pathways to Success and Concurrent Enrollment programs. “These programs focus on helping more students graduate on time, […]

Evergy Website

Evergy customers to see slight increase in monthly bill

The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved an application filed by Evergy Missouri West, Incorporated to adjust the renewable energy standard rate adjustment mechanism charge. The charge currently appears as a separate item on customers’ monthly electric bills and is designed to recover costs associated with Missouri’s Renewable Energy Standard. A residential customer using 1,000 […]

Share The Harvest

Deer hunters reminded that they can “Share the Harvest”

Deer hunters across Missouri are reminded they can donate deer free of charge for inclusion in the “Share the Harvest” program of the Conservation Department. Donations of deer to approved facilities is free thanks to corporate sponsors that pay the deer processing fee. The program allows deer hunters to donate their extra venison to participating […]

Trenton Missouri Police Department

Trenton man turns himself in to authorities for failing to appear in court

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports a Trenton man turned himself in on Tuesday on a capias warrant for failure to appear in court and posted 10% bond. Twenty-eight-year-old Steven Kyle Johnson allegedly failed to appear on felony possession of controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid. Bond was $5,000, […]

NCMC Geyer Hall

NCMC Board of Trustees tackles lengthy agenda at Tuesday meeting

The North Central Missouri College Homecoming candidates were announced during the NCMC Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday evening. Vice President for Student Affairs Kristen Alley said the king candidates are Andrew George of Canton from the Baptist Student Union, Cash Miller of Warsaw from Phi Theta Kappa, Gregoor Moesker of Curacao from the International […]