Halloween Trick or Treat

Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce serves hundreds of children in annual “Trick or Treat Night”

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce estimates about 300 to 350 children participated in the Trick or Treat Night in the Rock Barn area on Monday evening, October 26th. Chamber President Debbie Carman notes the Chamber did not count the number of vehicles that came by the drive-through. Carman says she was happy with the […]

Fatal Crash

Audio: Missouri reports 800 traffic-related deaths so far this year – an increase of nearly 100

Missouri has had 800 traffic-related deaths so far this year. During the same period last year, Missouri had 711. During a Missouri Chamber of Commerce Transportation Summit, MoDOT Director Patrick McKenna says the spike in traffic deaths have occurred despite fewer drivers on the roadways.     During a Missouri Chamber of Commerce Transportation Summit, […]

Gavel and Missouri Flag

Judge Kelly Broniec appointed to the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District

Governor Mike Parson appointed Judge Kelly C. Broniec to the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District. Judge Broniec will succeed Judge Roy L. Richter who retired in July of 2020. Judge Broniec holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from William Woods University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of […]

Medicare

Missouri program offers free help during Medicare open enrollment

Roughly 10,000 people age into Medicare healthcare coverage each day in the United States. In Missouri, about 1.16 million individuals are Medicare beneficiaries. Each year, an open enrollment period gives Missourians on Medicare the chance to review their prescription drug and healthcare coverage options. The state Department of Commerce and Insurance offers free help to […]

Medicare

Audio: Missouri agency offering free help to Missourians with Medicare coverage

The state Department of Insurance and Commerce is offering free assistance to Missourians with Medicare coverage during the open enrollment period.     State officials say the CLAIM program has more than 225 trained and certified volunteers to provide free, unbiased counseling and education. Missourians can review their plan options and costs – or change […]

Princeton in Mercer County Missouri

Princeton City Council votes to forbid parking on the east side of Hickory Street

The Princeton City Council voted Monday evening, October 5th to not allow parking on the east side of Hickory Street between Main and Hickland streets. That is according to City Clerk Corey Willett, who notes former City Clerk Danette Snapp was taken off bank signature cards. New Deputy City Clerk Lisa Colson was added to […]

Trenton Chamber of Commerce

Audio: Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce and license office to move to Eastgate Shopping Center

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce and state license fee office have plans to move to another location yet this year. Chamber President Debbie Carman made the announcement when she was an Open Line guest on KTTN.     For more than one year, the chamber and license bureau occupied a building at 611 East […]

Chillicothe Chamber Heroes Section of Website

Chillicothe Chamber of Commerce establishes “Chamber Hero Program”

The Chillicothe Area Chamber has established the “Chamber Hero Program,” and through this program, area businesses may contribute membership funds to help other businesses join the Chamber for the first time. The recipient then gains access to the many benefits The Chamber has to offer their business through the generous act of sponsorship by a […]

Duck Boat being raised from bottom of lake

Audio: Senator Josh Hawley is ready to go to Senate floor to seek unanimous consent on duck boat legislation

A Missouri senator who serves on the Armed Services Committee on Capitol Hill is frustrated that his duck boat legislation remains stuck in the Commerce Committee. U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley says the bill is bottled up in committee. The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation is chaired by U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Mississippi. “I […]