Calvin Basham

NCMC Student Elected as National Professional Agriculture Student officer

North Central Missouri College student, Calvin Basham has been elected as Vice President in the National Professional Agriculture Student Organization for the 2020 – 21 year.   Calvin, son of Rob and Amy Basham from Cowgill, MO, lives on a small cattle farm in Ray County Missouri. Calvin currently attends college at North Central Missouri […]

Coronavirus Concerns

Local schools and organizations announce cancellations and closures due to Coronavirus concerns

Due to concerns of spreading the Coronavirus, announcements continue to be made regarding cancellation or postponement of area community events and school information. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with Governor Mike Parson, has recommended no public gatherings of 50 or more people through April 30th except for schools, daycare facilities, and businesses. […]

Health News

Coronavirus Information: How organizations are handling the issue statewide

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education continues to receive many questions about COVID-19 and how it impacts student attendance, school closure, assessments, and virtual education opportunities. We are aware that local education agencies must consider a number of factors when making decisions in this current situation. Administrative Memo COM-20-001, issued from the Commissioner […]

Rhonda Vincent

North Missouri’s own Rhonda Vincent to be inducted into Grand Ole Opry

Bluegrass music star Rhonda Vincent of Greentop will be inducted into the Grand Ole Opry later this month. Vincent was born and raised in Greentop, Missouri. She has come a long way. She started her professional music career at age 5. The so-called “Queen of Bluegrass” started by playing drums for her family’s band, the […]

Brammer Named CCMH Employee of Year

Carroll County Memorial Hospital honors employees; Jeremy Brammer named “Employee of the Year”

Carroll County Memorial Hospital honored employees with a special event, highlighting special moments throughout 2019. “As 2019 has been an outstanding year, it brings me such joy to be able to honor the individuals who made it so special,” said Jeff Tindle, CCMH Chief Executive Officer. “In addition to those who are celebrating special milestones […]

Chad Thornsberry Website

Audio: Comedian Chad Thornsberry to perform Saturday night in fundraiser at Trenton High School

Comedian Chad Thornsberry of Crocker, Missouri performs Saturday night in a fundraiser at Trenton High School to support the Golden Bulldog Marching Band with an out of state trip. While Thornsberry’s career has spanned 13 to 14 years, he tells KTTN about comedians he admires the most and whether he tries to emulate them.   […]

Neighborhood Assistance Program

Area organizations to receive funds through Neighborhood Assistance Program for community development projects

The Department of Economic Development announced Wednesday that it would award $7.3 million through its Neighborhood Assistance Program to nonprofits across Missouri for community development projects. The Neighborhood Assistance Program helps not-for-profit organizations leverage private-sector funds by providing partial state tax credits to businesses that make contributions to approved community improvement projects. The program can […]

Wright Memorial Hospital Employee of the Year Jamie Kottwitz

Jamie Kottwitz named Wright Memorial Hospital 2019 Employee of the Year

Wright Memorial Hospital recently announced its 2019 Employee of the Year. Jamie Kottwitz, registered nurse II at Wright Memorial Hospital, was presented with the award at a ceremony held in her honor on February 17. Other nominees were 2019 Employee of the Quarter winners: Cheryl Hamilton, Sue Knapp, and Kaycee West. Kottwitz has been with […]

Adult Education

Orientation for Trenton Adult Education classes to begin in March

Orientation will be held next month for Trenton Adult Education. The tuition-free program offers high school equivalency preparation; skills brush up to enter college; study of reading, math, and language; and career planning. Classes are held on the North Central Missouri College campus Tuesday through Thursday evenings from 5 to 8 o’clock. Six hours are […]