Kenneth Wykert

Maysville man charged with murder pleads guilty to sex offender charge

A Maysville man charged with the felonies of second-degree murder and abandonment of a corpse waived formal arraignment and entered a plea of guilty on another charge on Friday. Kenneth Wykert pleaded guilty in Caldwell County to misdemeanor attempted failure to register as a sex offender. A sentencing assessment report was waived, he was afforded […]

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Novinger man who threatened to kill woman has case bound over to Division One of Adair County court

A case has been bound over to Division One of Adair County Circuit Court for a Novinger man accused of threatening to kill a woman in October while he possessed a long rifle. Twenty-five year old Ethen Reece Dimmitt had been charged with the felonies of second-degree kidnapping, tampering or attempting to tamper with a […]

Trenton High School

Awards presented to Trenton marching band students at award banquet

Several awards were presented to students at the Trenton Golden Marching Band Awards Banquet Monday evening. Director of Bands Ethan Stewart reports the outstanding student awards went to senior Madi Cutsinger, junior Brice Gibler, sophomore Trager Leeper, freshman Maurissa Bonta, and Colorguard Halley Windsor. Serenity Marsh received best marcher, Ann Airey received most spirited, and […]

Jamie Wilson

Trenton man arrested in Daviess County

The Highway Patrol reports the arrest of a Trenton man in Daviess County on Friday afternoon on several allegations. Forty-eight-year-old Jamie Wilson was accused of the felonies of possession of a controlled substance—more than 35 grams of marijuana and endangering the welfare of a child as well as unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, cutting in […]

Sex Offender

Trenton Police Department reports 6 violations of Halloween restrictions by sex offenders

The Trenton Police Department reports it identified six violations on Thursday night in regards to Halloween restrictions for sexual offenders as outlined by city ordinance and state statute. Incident reports for the violations are to be prepared and forwarded to the prosecutor. The Trenton Police Department conducted random compliance checks at more than 20 residences […]

Impeachment

Audio: Missouri’s delegation votes along party lines on Trump impeachment rules

Missouri’s delegation voted today along party lines in passing a resolution that lays out the process for the public phase in the impeachment investigation of President Trump. No Republicans voted in favor of the measure and two Democrats, one from Minnesota and one from New Jersey, opposed the resolution. The measure passed 232 to 196. […]

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Two Missouri women plead guilty to distributing large amounts of methamphetamine

Two more southern Missouri women pleaded guilty in federal court to their roles in a conspiracy to distribute large amounts of methamphetamine in Springfield, Missouri. Cassidy R. Clayton, 24, of Springfield, and Ginger L. Huerta, also known as Ginger L. Gray, 39, of Halfway, Missouri, pleaded guilty today in separate appearances before U.S. Magistrate Judge […]

Beef Heifers

Beef Producers Seminar to held be held mid-November

The 2019 Beef Producers Seminar will be held on Thursday, November 14, 2019, at the St. Peter Catholic Church, Parish Hall in Stanberry, Missouri. Registration begins at 5:00 p.m. with the seminar to start at 6:00. Mark Russell, Executive Director of the Missouri Beef Industry Council, will be discussing and demonstrating some of the challenges, […]

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Applications for Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program open November 1, 2019

Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri offers the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program to help low-income households pay their utility bills. Executive Director Chris Small calls LIHEAP one of Community Action’s “hallmark programs,” and describes it as “not a handout, but a hand up to help people with energy assistance needs and free […]