Nine individuals, primarily from West Plains, Mo., have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in Howell, Greene, and Texas counties. Shirley J. Hicks, 61, Raymon F. Ortega, 63, Benny D. Griffin, 57, Jose I. Gonzales, 37, Jordan W. Gutierrez, 25, and Shaun M. Ross, 39, […]
The Highway Patrol reports a Milan resident sustained minor injuries as a result of the sports utility vehicle she drove when it ran off the road and hit two guardrails three miles south of Browning early Saturday morning. Nineteen-year-old Mackenzie McDanel was transported to Pershing Memorial Hospital of Brookfield. The SUV traveled north on Highway […]
The highway patrol reports a Browning resident, 30-year old Bryce Ross, was arrested early Saturday in Sullivan County and accused of felony counts of driving while intoxicated and no drivers license. In addition, Ross was accused of failing to have two headlamps. The patrol also indicated there was a felony Scotland County warrant accusing Ross […]
Sullivan County Public Water Supply District Number 1 has placed some Sullivan Rural Water customers under a precautionary boil advisory. The advisory affects customers north of Browning on Highway 5 to Denver Road and includes Desert, Woodland, Estate, White, Wizard, and Valley roads. The precautionary boil advisory continues until further notice.
A jury trial has been scheduled in Daviess County Circuit Court for the former Coffey City Clerk. Online court information shows Mary Lou Browning has been charged with the felonies of stealing–$750 or more, stealing: $25,000 or more, and two counts of forgery. A plea/trial setting is scheduled for December 11th, and the jury trial […]
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports due to recent weather and flooding, the West Locust Creek Bridge on Highway 6 in Sullivan County was reopened. After establishing a new local detour route to avoid potential flooding, contractors from Boone Construction Company plan to reclose the bridge on Monday, May 13, so that the bridge replacement […]
The Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra will begin rehearsals for its summer concert next week. Registration will begin at the Hodge Presbyterian Church of Trenton the evening of April 23rd at 6 o’clock, and the rehearsal will start at 6:30. Weekly rehearsals will continue at the Hodge Presbyterian Church Tuesday evenings at 6:30 until […]
Aging in Place Livingston County will hold a public dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the installation of new playground equipment for senior citizens at Danner Park of Chillicothe. The community is invited to attend the event on the morning of April 17th at 10 o’clock. The Senior Motion Wellness System is located on […]
Linda Crooks will be the next Mayor for the city of Trenton and there will be three new members of the city council to join one who won re-election Tuesday. The Trenton R-9 school levy question received a super majority and passed, and Trenton Township will have a new trustee. There was a 32% voter […]
The Highway Patrol reports the arrest of a Kirksville man in Adair County Monday evening on an Adair County felony warrant for larceny. Online court information shows 47-year-old Billy Bachman has been charged with the felonies of stealing a firearm, explosive weapon, or ammonium nitrate and stealing—motor vehicle, watercraft, or aircraft. Bond was set at […]
State Auditor Nicole Galloway today released a follow-up report to the audit of the City of Coffey, located in northwest Missouri. The audit showed more than $60,000 was missing and that former city clerk Mary L. Browning failed to make deposits, received improper payroll payments, and falsified board minutes and various financial reports. Auditor Galloway turned over […]
Sullivan County Public Water Supply District Number 1 has issued a precautionary boil advisory due to a water main break. The order affects Sullivan County Rural Water customers north of Browning on Highway 5 to Denver Road, including Denver, Woodland, Estes, White, and Ember roads. The precautionary boil advisory continues until further notice.