Mercer County Public Water Supply District Number 1 has issued a boil advisory. The boundaries are from the Iowa line to U. S. Highway 136 and from the Grand River to the Harrison County line. Customers within those boundaries need to boil drinking water until further notice.
The Mercer County Public Water Supply District has issued boil advisories for the following locations. The advisory affects customers on Destiny Loop and Comb Avenue as well as Route E to Route JJ and from U. S. Highway 65 to Route C. Customers within the defined boundaries are asked to boil water until further notice.
The Mercer County Public Water Supply District has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for some customers. The office recommends boiling of water before cooking or drinking. Affected are rural water customers in Mercer County within the boundaries, going clockwise: Route K on the north, Highway 65 on the east, Highway 136 for the south […]
State Auditor Nicole Galloway praised a change to Missouri law that she said will help protect children at their schools. House Bill 604, now headed to the Governor’s desk, requires school districts to ensure that volunteers undergo criminal background checks before being left alone with children. Galloway urged legislators to add the requirement after her audit of […]
After replacing a valve on a six-inch water main, a portion of Mercer County has been placed on a precautionary boil order. According to the Mercer County Public Water Supply District, the notice affects customers within the following boundaries as described clockwise. The Iowa-Missouri state line on the north, the Mercer-Putnam County line on the […]
Two water district offices of the area have separate boil advisories for rural water customers. One advisory is in Mercer County and the other is in Putnam County. Due to repairs yesterday to a water line, the Mercer County Public Water Supply District requested a precautionary boil advisory for customers within the boundaries of Route […]
Patrons of the Trenton R-9 School District will vote on the district’s no-tax-increase bond levy Tuesday, April 2nd. Superintendent Dan Wiebers says the bond issue would allow the district to increase safety, address the need for a performing arts center, and provide for upgrades to the Trenton High School and Middle School Library Media Center. […]
On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, voters will see three medical marijuana initiatives on their ballots—Amendment 2, Amendment 3, and proposition C. Voters are permitted to vote “yes” or “no” on each of the ballot measures. You can read the full text of each ballot issue in the November 6 General Election by going to the Missouri […]
Missouri Community Betterment (MCB) honored 19 communities, nine youth groups and 10 community leaders at their 55th Annual Conference held in Columbia, Mo. on Oct. 15, 2018. Nearly 200 volunteers, community leaders and youth from across the state were in attendance to celebrate community and economic development efforts, network with each other and connect with […]
Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway today released a report on Community Improvement Districts (CIDs), which found that lax oversight of taxpayer-funded projects has allowed for spending decisions to be made by those that benefit the most. Taxpayers will be burdened with increased taxes to pay for an estimated $2.2 billion in costs for more than […]
The Highway Patrol reports the arrest of two drivers inside the boundaries of Lake Viking Friday night following an accident which injured one of the drivers. Thirty-nine-year-old Patrick Bottcher of Gallatin drove south in a pickup truck on Lake Viking Terrace when a northbound sports utility vehicle driven by 73-year-old Donna Redden of Altamont reportedly […]