The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is granting the public the opportunity to provide feedback on drafts of application questions and scoring criteria that will determine which applicants will soon become licensed medical marijuana facilities throughout the state. Scoring criteria and application questions will make up part of the facility license application which […]
Quail Forever invites landowners, hunters, and conservation enthusiasts to their 6th annual State Habitat Convention. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from and visit with wildlife professionals and chapter leaders as well as learn what makes Quail Forever one of the nation’s most successful conservation organizations. The event will be held at the Hilton […]
Three Trenton committees will meet at Trenton City Hall next week regarding various matters on. The Administrative Committee will discuss a Surface Transportation Program-funded street overlay project Tuesday evening February 19 at 6 o’clock. City Administrator Ron Urton says the City of Trenton has funding available from the State of Missouri to use to do […]
A magician will provide entertainment at the Green Hills Animal Shelter’s Annual Chili Supper Fundraiser. Curtis Sneden of Topeka plans to perform magic one-on-one with attendees and do a show for the group at the chili supper. The event will be held in the Activity Center of the First Christian Church of Trenton the night […]
The Thompson Farm calving barn became a classroom for the University of Missouri. The teachers were MU graduate students and their mentors. Their listeners were beef farmers on Sept. 17. In his field day greeting, Chris Daubert said this farm was a classroom as much as any building on the Columbia campus. Daubert, dean of […]
Below is a synopsis of some of the new legislation the Missouri General Assembly recently enacted that is related to crime and motor vehicles. The listed legislation has been signed into law. Unless otherwise noted, these laws went into effect August 28, 2018. The public needs to be aware of several of these new laws […]
There will be music and ice cream when Princeton Chamber of Commerce sponsors the event at the Saturday Night Live activity on the bandstand, August 4th in Princeton. The Blue Sky Country Band will perform at 7 pm Saturday evening with cake and ice cream to be featured along with the country music.
The Highway Patrol reports the arrest of a Cameron woman early Thursday morning on multiple accusations. The Patrol accused 49-year-old Lisa Snyder of felony driving while intoxicated, habitual offender and two counts of felony possession of a controlled substance. She was also accused of driving with no valid license as well as careless and imprudent […]