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Charges filed against two Trenton residents include burglary and felony assault

Charges were filed on Sunday following arrests made by Trenton Police in connection with two separate incidents Saturday. Thirty-seven-year-old Kyle Graves of Trenton has been charged with a felony of second-degree burglary and with a misdemeanor of violation of an adults’ protection order. Warrant information accuses Graves of entering, an unlawfully remaining, at 215 East […]

Evergy Coal Plant in Lawrence Kansas

Evergy to shutter Kansas coal plant, speed transition to renewable energy

(Missouri Independent) – Evergy, an electric supplier to about 600,000 customers in western Missouri, will retire its coal power plant in Lawrence, Kansas, by the end of 2023, the company announced on Friday. The utility revealed its plan to regulators in a filing with the Missouri Public Service Commission. The “integrated resource plan” lays out Evergy’s next […]

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Todd Graves approved for University of Missouri curators despite bipartisan filibuster

(Missouri Independent) – A bipartisan coalition of state Senators was unable to stop politically connected Kansas City attorney Todd Graves from winning a seat on the University of Missouri Board of Curators. After a two-round filibuster — three hours last week and eight more hours ending around 1 a.m. Wednesday — the Senate voted 19-13 to […]

Election Day April 6, 2021

A preview of choices voters will see during today’s election in northern Missouri

In addition to candidates for public office, election ballots in the Green Hills Region today feature numerous ballot issues with polls open until 7 o’clock tonight. The city of Trenton offers the local use tax question which will be decided by the voters of the four wards of Trenton. All voters of Grundy county determine […]

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Two women from Trenton arrested on burglary charge; Trenton woman fails to appear in court

Police have arrested two Trenton women following an investigation into a residential break-in. Thirty-five-year-old Abby Farris and 33-year-old Jade Mock have been charged with second-degree burglary for the alleged purpose of stealing. The charges stem from a Saturday incident. The women are accused of acting together to unlawfully entering an inhabitable structure belonging to Matt […]

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Audio: St. Joseph City Council approves $25 million in Chapter 100 bonds for massive Cereal Ingredients plant

The city council in northwest Missouri’s largest city has approved issuing 25-million dollars in Chapter 100 bonds for a massive new manufacturing plant that will bring 48 new jobs to town. St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce senior vice president Brad Lau tells our St. Joseph affiliate KFEQ that the bonds make the bidding process more […]

Drug Bust

Vehicle stop leads to arrest of three on alleged drug violations

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports a vehicle stop on Highway 65 for an equipment violation led to the arrest of three individuals for alleged drug violations. Online court information shows 63-year-old Daniel Leroy Walker of Bedford, 38-year-old Dawn Rachelle King of Hale, and 40-year-old Sasha Campos of Hale have each been charged with felony […]

Auto Theft or Stolen Vehicle

Two charged with stealing pickup in Gallatin

Two Kansas City residents face stealing charges in Daviess County after a Ram truck was reported as stolen from Gallatin last week. Thirty-one-year-old Mallory June Shomaker and 27-year-old Clint Edward Vinzant have been charged with felony stealing—motor vehicle/watercraft/aircraft and misdemeanor stealing. Their bonds have been denied. Probable cause statements from Riley Christensen with the Daviess […]

Higher Education (college)

$68 million in Federal funding announced for higher education institutions in Missouri

Governor Mike Parson announced over $68 million in Federal Budget Stabilization Fund appropriations for infrastructure and capital improvement projects at Missouri’s public universities and State Technical College of Missouri.  Releasing these funds will help address major repairs and restore campus buildings to maintain a safe environment. “Public universities play a major role in their local communities, serving […]

Governor Mike Parson

Governor Parson’s Bicentennial Inaugural Committee announces inaugural events

Governor Michael L. Parson’s Bicentennial Inaugural Committee announced initial plans for an Inaugural Prayer Service and the Inauguration Ceremony in January of 2021. “To kick off Missouri’s bicentennial, we will celebrate our state’s rich heritage with a historic Bicentennial Inauguration,” said Teresa Parson, First Lady of Missouri and co-chair of the inaugural committee. “The strong […]