Silver Moon Plaza Chillicothe

“A Chillicothe Christmas” musical extravaganza to be held at Silver Moon Plaza

Area musicians will play Christmas music at a free event outside at the Silver Moon Plaza in Chillicothe next week. A” Chillicothe Christmas” will start December 20th at 7 o’clock and last about 45 minutes to one hour.  Organizer Adam Mast says musicians will include Jamie Pauls on piano, Enrico Stevens on saxophone, Julie Mast […]

WMH Infusion department receives donation from NCMC Nursing students

Wright Memorial Hospital infusion department receives donation from NCMC Nursing students

The North Central Missouri College RN nursing class recently made a donation to the Wright Memorial Hospital Infusion Services department, as part of a community project. The class made a sizable donation of items such as puzzles, lip balm, blankets, playing cards, and much more for the patients who are undergoing infusion treatments at WMH […]

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Roadblocks facing Kevin Strickland’s innocence claim is nothing new for Missouri

(Missouri Independent) – Kevin Strickland was hopeful Thursday was going to be his first step towards freedom after 40 years in prison. A new law that went into effect on Aug. 28 gave Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker a legal avenue to free Strickland, who she says is innocent and wrongly incarcerated. But opposition […]

Trenton Water Treatment Plant

Trenton Utility Committee presented report regarding improvements to water treatment plant

Trenton’s Utility Committee got the first look Tuesday evening at a preliminary engineering report regarding proposed improvements and probable costs for major improvements at the 55-year-old water treatment plant.  Committee members also recommended bids be accepted for lime sludge removal and tree trimming services. Each of the three recommendations will advance to a meeting of […]

Jewett Norris Library

16-year-old magician to perform at Grundy County Jewett-Norris Library

Grundy County Jewett Norris Library will host an event next week to conclude the storytime hour of the summer reading program. Activities are planned for July 27 in the parking lot behind the library and along West Crowder Road near the library. A 16-year-old youth, Max Meystrik, will be the entertainment doing magic. His performance […]

Green Hills Animal Shelter website

Audio: Green Hills Animal Shelter keeps a busy schedule with cats, dogs, fundraising and repairs

The Green Hills Animal Shelter houses dogs and cats to be adopted.  Manager Ronda Michael says the shelter tries to keep about 25 dogs at a time.     Ronda Michael notes anyone wanting to adopt a pet can come to the shelter at 3041 East 10th Street in Trenton.     Information about available […]

Zakaria Zouon

Milan man charged with rape and sodomy in case regarding 16-year-old girl at a party

A Milan man accused of raping a 16-year-old girl at a party earlier this month has been charged with four felonies. Twenty-four-year-old Zakaria Zouon faces charges of second-degree statutory sodomy, first-degree rape or attempted rape, second-degree rape, and second-degree statutory rape. Bond was set at $75,000 cash only. A probable cause statement from Sullivan County […]

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Audio: Distinguished alumni to be honored at North Central Missouri College’s Pirates Ball

The North Central Missouri College Foundation and Alumni Association will honor distinguished alumni at the Pirates Ball. Honorees John Sturdevant, Doctor Jamie Ausmus Hooyman, and Donovan Thompson will be recognized at the Ketcham Community Center on March 13th. A buffet will start that evening at 6 o’clock, a welcome will be at 6:15, and entertainment […]

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Dangerously cold temperatures coming this weekend to northern Missouri, wind chills as cold as 30 degrees below zero

The overnight low temperatures this coming weekend to northern Missouri will dip well below zero so be sure you and your family are prepared.  The number-one thing you can do to protect yourself and your family against the extreme cold is to plan ahead and prepare before the cold temps hit.   Saturday and Sunday […]

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American Coalition for Ethanol says EPA’s proposed ethanol rule is a tough pill to swallow

A proposed biofuels rule from the EPA is getting criticism from ethanol supporters. The part of the rule ethanol supporters like would address E-15 labeling and infrastructure requirements and not act on 66 petitions for Small Refinery Exemptions. Growth Energy’s Chris Bliley tells Brownfield EPA’s proposed rule is in the middle between good and bad.  […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council approves employment of police officer and purchase of dump truck

Two ordinances were adopted and authorization was given to purchase a used truck when the Trenton City Council met Monday night.  The council also approved the employment of a new policeman subject to Police Officer Standards certification. A recommendation was advanced by the Police Personnel Board. Per an agreement between the city of Trenton and […]

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Trenton City Council meeting agenda includes rock blankets and road right-of-way

The Trenton City Council will consider ordinances regarding agreements involving the installation of rock blankets and road right-of-way. The council will meet at the Trenton City Hall Monday night, January 11th at 7 o’clock. The public will not physically be allowed into the meeting, but it can be watched on Zoom at us02web.zoom.us/j/89063385993. One of […]

Missouri 4-H make blankets

Missouri 4-H’ers warm state with handmade blankets

Missouri 4-H’ers have been hard at work making blankets since the State 4-H Fashion Revue in October. Fifty 4-H’ers from 19 counties donated 72 handmade blankets to Project Linus as a result of a philanthropy challenge at the event. Project Linus is a national nonprofit that facilitates the donation of handmade blankets and afghans to […]