Grocery Shelves

Audio: Missouri grocers working with attorney general to prevent gouging during pandemic

Missouri’s attorney general is teaming up with the Missouri Grocers Association (MGA), to protect you from any potential price-gouging during the COVID-19 outbreak. State Rep. Dan Shaul, R-Imperial, heads the 1,300 member MGA. He told the attorney general’s office last week that there will be upward price pressure on some commodities, due to the rapid sale […]

THS Alumni Association

Deadline approaching to apply for Trenton High School Alumni Association/Foundation Trust scholarship

The deadline is next week for the Trenton High School Alumni Association/Foundation Trust for THS Scholarship. The scholarship was re-established this year and will be awarded to a 2020 THS graduate. It may be used at any college, university, or vocational-technical school. Seniors have until March 31st to apply. Seniors still completing an application or […]

THS Alumni Association

Trenton High School Alumni Association postpones mailing meeting

Officials of the Trenton High School Alumni Association/Foundation Trust for THS have announced the delay in the annual mailing meeting of the 2020 Reunion letter scheduled for April 19th. The postponement comes as a result of the recent news to halt activity involving numerous individuals in one gathering due to the Coronavirus. At the same […]

Coronavirus Cancellations

Local cancellations and restrictions announced due to Coronavirus concerns

KTTN has received notice of several announcements that are due to precautions taken out of concerns for the Coronavirus. Grundy County Jewett-Norris Library in Trenton will be closed as of March 17th and possibly longer.  The Jewett-Norris library has canceled the children’s story hour on Wednesdays. The Livingston County Library in Chillicothe is closed until […]

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Missouri Attorney General warns of medical supply chain price gouging

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Missouri Hospital Association President Herb Kuhn are warning of potential price gouging that could affect the medical supply chain in containing the spread of COVID-19.  “As Missouri and the country continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19, price gouging related to the medical supply chain is something that my office […]

Coronavirus Concerns

Local schools and organizations announce cancellations and closures due to Coronavirus concerns

Due to concerns of spreading the Coronavirus, announcements continue to be made regarding cancellation or postponement of area community events and school information. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with Governor Mike Parson, has recommended no public gatherings of 50 or more people through April 30th except for schools, daycare facilities, and businesses. […]

Missouri Hospital Association

Missouri Hospital Association: There are laws we need changed in the short term to deal with Coronavirus

As of this posting, two Missourians have tested positive for the coronavirus out of 73 tested. Others are being triaged through clinics, healthcare providers, telemedicine, and hospitals. The burden on hospitals at this time is checking, testing and treating symptomatic patients who come into the emergency rooms– whether they have COVID-19 or not. That could […]

Jamesport Tri-County School

Jamesport Tri-County Board of Education approves salary increases for staff

The Jamesport Tri-County Board of Education approved salary increases for the certified and non-certified salary schedules at their latest meeting. The certified salary schedule was increased by one percent. Superintendent David Probasco says the base pay will go from $29,909 to $30,208. The non-certified salary schedule was increased by two and a half percent. The […]