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Missouri Board of Education to decide whether to accelerate MOCAP enrollment decisions

The state Board of Education is expected to vote today on proposed changes to the Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program, or MOCAP. The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) received hundreds of public comments about the proposal. The part that has garnered the most attention deals with the time it takes […]

Jury Duty

Almost 600 notices of potential jury duty mailed to Livingston County residents

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office mailed items regarding jury duty to 590 residents Wednesday, September 9th. That included 140 notices for jury duty and 450 notice of potential jury service. Sheriff Steve Cox reports those who receive a notice for jury duty should read and follow the directions as given by the court. There will […]

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Livingston County Sheriff, Humane Society of Missouri investigate stolen horse, animal neglect

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office assisted the Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Task Force this week with an investigation of possible possession of a stolen horse and animal neglect. Sheriff Steve Cox reports investigation showed false information on the stolen horse, and the person was found to be in possession of 11 horses, eight […]

MoDOT

Missouri Department of Transportation reports an increase in work zone crashes

The Missouri Department of Transportation reports an increase in work zone crashes despite decreased traffic volumes. MoDOT had had 39 truck/trailer-mounted attenuators hit in work zones this year. That compares to 19 hits at this time in 2019. Attenuators are described as being “like giant, crushable shock absorbers” that absorb momentum and reduce the force […]

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Martinsville man injured in crash on Highway 69; accused of DWI

A Martinsville resident was injured, then arrested, following a two vehicle accident on Tuesday near Eagleville. The highway patrol reports 83 year old John Stegmayer received moderate injuries and was taken by emergency medical services to the Harrison County Memorial Hospital in Bethany. The other driver, 66 year old Leonard Stobbe of Eagleville was not […]

Labor Day Weekend

Missouri State Highway Patrol to be out in force on roads and waterways during Labor Day weekend

As you plan your Labor Day weekend, incorporate safety into every facet, choosing your route, making sure your equipment is in good working condition, being aware of and following Missouri’s traffic and boating laws, driving your vehicle or vessel courteously, and wearing a seat belt or a life jacket. Help ensure a safer Labor Day […]

ATV or Four Wheeler Crash

Trenton and Independence residents injured in ATV crash near Tindall

Residents of Trenton and Independence were injured Wednesday night in an all-terrain vehicle accident three miles east of Tindall. Forty-five-year-old Ralph Turley of Independence was the driver of the ATV that was westbound when it went off the south side of Route O and overturned. Both he and a passenger, 33-year-old Sarah Whitt of Trenton, were […]

Road Milling MoDOT

Resurfacing of Highway 6 through Trenton has started

Resurfacing started Wednesday, August 12th on a portion of Highway 6 in Trenton. The contractor has begun milling, oiling, and resurfacing westbound from the Muddy Creek Bridge to the railroad bridge. The Missouri Department of Transportation previously reported one lane in each direction may be closed where Highway 6 is four lanes in Trenton. A […]