Farm Service Agency FSA

Farm Service Agency to hold “Dealing with Drought” at Hundley-Whaley Center in Albany

Updates regarding drought from the Farm Service Agency and the Natural Resources Conservation Service will be covered during a program at the Hundley-Whaley Learning Discovery Center in Albany next week. “Dealing with Drought” will be held Wednesday, July 25th at 6:30 in the evening. Topics for the program will include drought status, Livestock Forage Program […]

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Emergency grazing of CRP approved for 34 Missouri counties

Due to a prolonged drought in portions of Missouri, emergency grazing of CRP during the primary nesting season has been authorized for 34 counties. The following counties have been approved for CRP grazing and include  Adair, Andrew, Buchanan, Caldwell, Carroll, Chariton, Clark, Clay, Clinton, Daviess, DeKalb, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Holt, Jackson, Knox, Lafayette, Lewis, Linn, Livingston, […]

Special Olympics Missouri

Special Olympics athletes set to represent Show-Me State at Nationals

The 2018 Special Olympics USA Games, July 1 through the 6, will bring not just 58 athletes, 20 coaches and 16 Unified Partners from Missouri, but more than 3,400 other delegates including athletes, coaches, and Unified Partners from around the country to the greater Seattle area to compete in a variety of sports. Hosted at […]

Deer

Department of Conservation to open applications for managed deer hunts

Beginning July 1, deer hunters can apply online through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s website for a shot at more than 100 managed deer hunts throughout the state for archery, muzzleloading, and modern firearms from mid-September through mid-January at conservation areas, state and other parks, national wildlife refuges, and other public areas. Some managed hunts […]

Trenton Missouri Police Department (TPD)

Audio: Tommy Wright comments on resignation with Trenton Police Department

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright has resigned from the police department, effective July 6th and spoke briefly with KTTN, offering this message to the community.     Wright says the Trenton City Council will determine the process of hiring a new police chief and believes the council will select someone “good for Trenton”. Wright states he […]

Missouri State Highway Patrol

Patrol releases details on arrest of Altamont man who removed motorcycle from accident scene

More information has been provided by the highway patrol regarding the arrest of 44-year-old Steven Periman of Altamont who was taken into custody in DeKalb County on Thursday. A probable cause statement from the Patrol says that the passenger on Periman’s motorcycle, 36-year-old Jessica Huskey, told a trooper that 42-year-old Joshua Verhagen of Jamesport had […]

NCMC - North Central Missouri College

LPN programs at North Central Missouri College make top 10 ranking in Missouri

All three North Central Missouri College LPN programs located in Trenton, Maryville and Bethany have been ranked in the top ten of best LPN programs in the state by the annual practicalnursing.org State LPN Program Rankings. The Trenton program is ranked number 6, the Bethany program is ranked number 8, and the Maryville program is […]

Grundy County Missouri Courthouse

Only one contractor attends pre-bid meeting for details of courthouse remodel

One community member attended the Grundy County Commission’s mandatory pre-bid meeting Tuesday regarding the remodel of the third-floor courtroom of the courthouse in Trenton. First District Commissioner Don Sager says Emery Zook attended to hear the scope of work to be completed. Presiding Commissioner Rick Hull reports the Commission will hold a bid opening June […]

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Chillicothe Arts Council begins season with “Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival”

Chillicothe Area Arts Council announces their 2018-19 Show Season begins with the “Sliced Bread Jam Bluegrass Festival” on a Saturday & Sunday, July 7th and 8th.  The Festival is scheduled to celebrate the 90th year of “Sliced Bread” in Chillicothe. Music July 7th includes the Clint Campbell family and the Petersen family with bluegrass music […]

Justice

Judge rules woman’s name will be used in Greitens criminal trial

The St. Louis judge presiding over the felony invasion of privacy case against Governor Eric Greitens has ruled on several key requests during today’s pre-trial hearing. Judge Rex Burlison has ruled against the prosecution’s request that the former mistress be referred to as the “victim.” Defense attorney Jim Martin argued that the term is prejudicial. Burlison […]

Missouri State Highway Patrol

Missouri Highway Patrol extends testing process for next recruitment class

The Missouri State Highway Patrol has extended the testing process for its 106th Recruit Class with the application deadline of April 26, 2018.  Testing for prospective troopers will be administered in the following areas: Culver-Stockton College, Canton, MO ─ Tentatively scheduled for 04/27/2018 Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO ─ April 18, 2018 Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO ─ To be determined […]

Shake Out

“Great Shakeout” drill scheduled for October 19

On October 19, the Great Central U. S. “ShakeOut” earthquake drill will be held. More than 440,000 Missourians have registered to participate. Almost 2.5 million people are registered in the 14 central U.S. states that could be impacted by a New Madrid Seismic Zone earthquake. At exactly 10:19 am Thursday, participants will be expected to: […]