Trenton Missouri Police Department

Trenton woman arrested on felony stealing charge

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Trenton woman Monday on a felony charge of stealing $750 or more. The bond for 45-year-old Meleah Lawrence is $5,000 cash or corporate surety, and she is scheduled for the associate division of circuit court May 14th. Court documents accuse Lawrence of appropriating United States […]

MoDOT road work and maintenance

Pavement repairs planned on I-35 near Eagleville

Pavement repairs on Interstate 35 north of Eagleville will require one-lane closures beginning this month. Crews from Herzog Contracting Corporation, working with the Missouri Department of Transportation, will have intermittent lane closures on both north and southbound lanes of I-35 between Eagleville and the Iowa state line beginning Monday, April 29. One lane, each direction, […]

Scollar Website

Animal health startup chooses Missouri for headquarters

Animal health tech company Scollar, Inc., has announced plans to relocate its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Kansas City, Missouri, to launch its suite of products and expand the company in the Animal Health Corridor. Scollar will scale its administrative, customer success, sales, and marketing teams in Kansas City. Designed for everything from cats to […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council agenda includes 10 ordinances

The Trenton City Council will consider 10 ordinances at its next meeting regarding agreements and city code. The meeting will be at Trenton City Hall on Monday night, Aprill 22, at 7 o’clock. Two ordinances would approve agreements, one with Rapid Removal Disposal, Incorporated for residential solid waste collection and the other with M and […]

Gary Riedel

Missouri farmer inducted into Missouri Soybean Hall of Fame

Missouri Soybean Hall of Fame 2019 inductee Gary Riedel says demand for soybean increased greatly since farmers approved checkoff dollars to fund research and promotion. Riedel served as head of Missouri Soybean Association in the early 1980s and was president of the American Soybean Association when the national soybean checkoff went into effect. This year, […]

Governor Mike Parson

Governor Parson requests Army Corps of Engineers manage Missouri River for flood control, navigation

Governor Mike Parson has submitted written testimony to the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.  The committee field hearing in Glenwood, Iowa, will focus on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers river management following devastating flooding in the region. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley will participate. Witnesses will include officials from the Army Corps as well […]

Medical Marijuana

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services refining Medical Marijuana applications for facilities

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is granting the public the opportunity to provide feedback on drafts of application questions and scoring criteria that will determine which applicants will soon become licensed medical marijuana facilities throughout the state.   Scoring criteria and application questions will make up part of the facility license application which […]

Sam Graves

Missouri Congressman Sam Graves introduces Bill to remove fish and wildlife from Missouri River priorities

Missouri Congressman Sam Graves introduced a bill this week to remove fish and wildlife as an authorized purpose for management of the Missouri River and make flood control the highest priority. “Time and again, we continue to see fish and birds take precedence over people and property when it comes to managing the Missouri River,” […]