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North Central Missouri College “Pirates Ball” set for February 29, 2020

North Central Missouri College has announced the distinguished alumni and lead gift contributor to be honored at the NCMC Foundation and Alumni Association Voyage Fund Pirates Ball. Loma Hurst, Kevin Bailey, and Sam Smith will be recognized as the distinguished alumni at the Red Barn of Trenton on February 29th. The late Nancy Ball will […]

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 […]

THS Band at Graceland University

THS High School students participate in Honor Band at Graceland University

Twelve Trenton High School Band students recently participated in the Honor Band at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa. THS students participating were Ann Airey, Brett Kennedy, Mackenzie Klinginsmith, Serenity Marsh, Kayleigh Streett, Ashley Johnson, Mari Atup, Kayleigh Snuffer, Sarah Tobias, Connor Campbell, Trager Leeper, and Rudy Mathews. Trenton Director of Bands Ethan Stewart says students […]

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North Central Missouri College LPN Program ranked in top 3 by professional website

North Central Missouri College’s LPN program has been ranked among the “Best LPN Programs in Missouri” for the year 2020 by the team at Nursing Process. NCMC ranks third in the state out of 43 state programs reviewed. North Central Missouri College was ranked based on academic quality, NCLEX-PN pass rates, affordability, and reputation. “We […]

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Amateur radio classes to be offered in Trenton

The Grundy County Community Emergency Response Team, Grundy County Emergency Management, and the North Central Missouri Amateur Radio Club are preparing to offer an amateur radio beginners course. The course, set to start in early March, will teach basic amateur radio knowledge and provide the information needed to pass the Federal Communications Commission Amateur Radio […]

Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri

Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri survey now available

As part of the on-going mission to help families in poverty across Missouri, Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri (formerly GHCAA, or Green Hills) is currently conducting a Community Needs Assessment. The purpose of this assessment is to help the Agency better understand the current state of poverty within our nine-county service area. The […]

Gillespie Scholarship 2019

Russell and Vonda Gillespie Scholarship awarded to Zackery Lewis

Prior to the Dr. Albert & Vera Cross Hall 10th anniversary open house, $45,000 in Allied Health scholarships were announced by the North Central Missouri College Foundation.  Mr. Mitch Holder, NCMC Dean of Instruction, made the announcements with scholarship donors, student recipients, and guests in attendance.  Forty-four scholarships were announced with award amounts ranging from […]

Dan Maxey Self Portrait

Local Artist Dan Maxey to be featured at Dorris Rider Art Gallery

A collection of works by a rural Trenton resident will continue the 2019-2020 exhibition schedule in the Dorris Rider Art Gallery at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.  “FACES: Furry, Famous, and Familiar” by Dan Maxey will open on Tuesday, February 11 will be on display through mid-April. The exhibit will feature a collection of […]

Gallatin 5th Graders

NCMC business students help with Gallatin R-V Economics Day

The North Central Missouri College Human Resource Management class partnered with fifth graders from Gallatin’s Middle School to participate in their School of Economics day. Each fifth-grader was assigned a job where they earned a salary and had different job tasks to complete. NCMC’s Human Resource Management class assisted the fifth graders by helping place […]

Pothole

Audio: MODOT is changing its focus from snow to potholes

Now that the snow has been cleared from much of the roadways, the Missouri Department of Transportation is changing its focus.     Over thirty tons of patching material were used on Wednesday (1/29/2020) in the central district alone, around Jefferson City and Columbia, to repair potholes created over the last few weeks. As temperatures […]