The Worth County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announces a missing person investigation has come to a close. Prosecuting Attorney Janet Wake Larison reports that the Worth County Sheriff’s Office received a tip of the location of the deceased, Melissa Lynn Chapman, the evening of Monday, September 14th. An ongoing homicide investigation continues. Law enforcement assisting includes […]
Weigh, test, and sample hay before buying or selling says University of Missouri Extension livestock specialist Eldon Cole. Beef producers rely on good-quality hay to boost profits. “Unfortunately, our hay production is not always the greatest quality,” Cole says. “The category we excel in is ‘other grass hay’ – specifically, cool-season grass or mostly fescue. […]
State Auditor Nicole Galloway has released a plan detailing how she would handle the state’s COVID-19 response if elected as Missouri’s governor. She announced the plan as Missouri closes in on 76,000 positive cases since March, including more than 1,400 coronavirus-related deaths. Galloway is making stops this week in Kansas City, Springfield, St. Louis, and […]
Executive Director of the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission in Trenton, Randy Railsback of Hamilton, has won the race for 8th District Representative in the Missouri House. Railsback, who defeated three others, received 44 point six (44.6%) of the Republican Party vote in Tuesday’s primary. The closest was David Woody who got 33 percent of […]
Grundy County will have a new commissioner at the first of the year following Businessman Brad Chumbley’s victory Tuesday evening in the Republican primary. Chumbley received 442 votes to defeat two others. Incumbent Joe Brinser had 296 votes and challenger Martha Roberts received 245. There’s no Democratic opponent for Chumbley in the November general election. […]
Activist Cori Bush has defeated longtime Missouri Congressman Lacy Clay of St. Louis for the Democratic nomination in the District 1 U.S. House race. Bush gained 49% of the vote compared to Clay’s 46%. Bush’s win closes an era for the Clay family. Clay’s father, William, held the seat from 1969-2001. Lacy Clay took over […]
The Trenton Park Department has announced additional closings of park facilities in response to the coronavirus concerns and requests for social distancing. Parks Director Jason Shuler has announced the closing all shelter houses, the disc golf course, the skate park, basketball courts, tennis courts, and horseshoe pits. He noted the walking trail will remain open. […]
The Young at Heart Resources offices in Cameron and Albany are closed to the public, but the staff is available by phone to provide assistance. Provide a Ride is on hold, but client reimbursed transportation can still be used. OATS and bus passes are still being issued to those that need them. The ombudsman program […]
Beginning today, (March 31), the Grundy County Health Department is no longer open for walk-in services, and the doors will be locked. By appointment only, the department will issue birth and death certificates, children’s immunizations, and WIC services. The Grundy County Health Department staff is still working and you may call the office at 359-4196 […]
Sullivan County Public Water Supply District has temporarily closed its doors to walk-in customers until further notice. Any essential business can be conducted on the phone at 660-265-4811. Bills may be paid by mail, phone, online, or by using the dropbox by our front door. If you have billing questions call the district at 660-265-4811.
The Mercer County Health Department Office in Princeton is closed to the public due to COVID-19. The health department will mail WIC information to clients and will call if records need to be updated. Immunizations will be administered and other happenings will resume when the health department reopens to the public. Residents can contact the […]
The Trenton Park Department has temporarily closed all playgrounds, the Moberly Park enclosed shelter house and the Rock Barn as a health and safety precaution. Park Director Jason Shuler says those are the only facilities the Park Department is restricting at this time. The closures comply with the emergency declaration by Mayor Linda Crooks.