City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council meeting agenda to include electric rate study

Several items are on the agenda for a meeting of the Trenton City Council Monday night, September 24th. Topics include discussion regarding an electric rate study and a policy for Trenton Municipal Utilities operating funds, discussion concerning the Green Hills animal nutrition building, approval of demolition of structures, an asbestos abatement bid, and discussion regarding […]

Blue Coffee Productions

Blue Coffee Productions, owned by former Trenton resident, shoots promotional video for NCMC

A Kansas City production company owned by a former Trenton resident has been nominated for three awards at the Mid-America Emmys. Blue Coffee Pictures is nominated for Editor-Short Film (Promo, PSA, Commercial), Commercial Campaign, and Branded Content Program. Owner Michael Ransdell says a film for Visit Kansas City received two of the nominations, and the […]

Law and Settlement scroll with gavel

Grundy County reaches out of court settlement in wrongful death of Brian Mock

An out of court settlement has been reached in a wrongful death suit involving an inmate who died nearly four years ago while in custody of the Grundy County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff Rodney Herring confirmed a settlement was reached. However, KTTN learned terms of the attorney-client agreement prevent any other information from being revealed. A judge […]

Economic Development

Northern Missouri companies expanding, creating new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development has announced northern Missouri companies are expanding and creating jobs. Thermoformed plastic food container manufacturer Sonoco Plastics plans to create 16 new jobs in Chillicothe. The company is a five billion dollar global provider of consumer packaging, industrial products, and packaging supply chain services. Operations consist of its global […]

Green Hills Regional Planning Commission Website

Green Hills Regional Planning Commission holds meeting to address public transportation

Eight people attended a meeting held by the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission Wednesday to discuss the region’s public transit system. Assistant Director Jackie Soptic reports those attending included the manager of OATS and representatives of agencies whose clients need and use public transit systems. She says the meeting only addressed the needs and gaps […]

Missouri House Special Investigative Committee on Oversight

Ex husband’s attorney gets heated in appearance before House committee

(MissouriNet) – A special House committee has heard testimony from an attorney involved in allegations that have led to the possible impeachment of Governor Eric Greitens. Al Watkins represents the ex-husband of the woman who’s accused Greitens of sexual coercion and physical abuse. During a heated exchange, Watkins passionately defended the ex-husband, saying he held […]

North Central Missouri Business Facilitation

North Central Missouri Business Facilitation assists area businesses with development

North Central Missouri Business Facilitation aids area businesses with development. Facilitator Stephanie Williams explains that the organization is made up of a group of individuals from Caldwell, Clinton, Daviess, DeKalb, Grundy, and Harrison counties. She says its mission is to assist small business owners and entrepreneurs, obtain the information they need, and help them move […]

Samuel Borntreger, Amish minister, waives preliminary hearing on first-degree murder charge

Samuel Borntreger could face additional charges of child abuse and sexual misconduct

(St. Joseph News Press) – Testimony in a bond hearing Wednesday revealed an ongoing criminal investigation against an Amish man charged with poisoning his own wife. Samuel Borntreger appeared in a Harrison County courtroom Wednesday on a charge of first-degree murder in the death of his wife, Anna Yoder Borntreger, in 2006. Authorities raised the […]