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Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve motion regarding electric rates; update provided regarding freezing water meters

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved a motion regarding electric rates on Monday evening, February 22nd. The motion was to clarify that any business outside of a commercially zoned area that is required to possess a valid business license will be required to pay a commercial electric rate for the property that is used for […]

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Daviess County residents encouraged to contact county clerk if there are questions about voting eligibility

Daviess County Clerk Ronetta Burton encourages county residents who want to vote in the April 6th Municipal Election to contact her office to see if they are eligible to vote absentee in person or by mail. She says that will allow residents to stay sheltered at home and still be able to vote. Absentee voting […]

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Missouri in line for $4.5 billion from federal stimulus bill

(Missouri Independent) – Last spring, as Missouri businesses shed hundreds of thousands of jobs, Gov. Mike Parson warned that the state was headed for the worst financial crunch since the 2008 recession. Ten months later, Parson presented a budget plan that anticipates a $1.1 billion surplus on July 1, the biggest in state history. And if the $1.9 trillion pandemic […]

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Audio: Missouri Conservation Department Director testifies against proposal to increase conservation commission’s size

The Missouri Department of Conservation director has testified against a proposal to increase the size of the Conservation Commission from four to nine, saying it could lead to regional favoritism. Conservation director Sara Parker Pauley testified last (Monday) night during a lengthy House committee hearing in Jefferson City.     Conservation director Sara Parker Pauley […]

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Governor reminds Missouri residents to check Missouri Vaccine Navigator for COVID vaccination events

Governor Parson provided an update on site locations for the state’s COVID-19 mass vaccination events in partnership with the Missouri National Guard, Department of Health and Senior Services, State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), and local health care partners.  “DHSS, the Missouri National Guard, SEMA, and local partners remain dedicated to our shared goal of getting […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council table “right of way” agreement with MoDOT, discuss generation of power at Monday meeting

The Trenton City Council on Monday night tabled an ordinance, approved a resolution, accepted a bid, and agreed to buy a riding lawnmower locally. More details also were presented on TMU’s use of diesel generators during the cold weather. The council voted to table a “right of way” agreement between the city of Trenton and […]

Tami Campbell

Tami Campbell selected as North Central Missouri College Outstanding Employee

Tami Campbell, Senior Database Administrator from Mercer, MO, has been selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Employee for February.  Tami has been employed at NCMC for eight years and holds an associate degree in Information Technology. Recently, Tami has been instrumental in helping the NCMC IT team launch new solutions and infrastructure. Tami’s main […]

Friedrich Karl Berger (1959)

WWII Nazi concentration camp guard removed to Germany

A Tennessee resident with German citizenship was removed to Germany for participating in Nazi-sponsored acts of persecution while serving as an armed guard at a Nazi concentration camp in 1945. In February 2020, Friedrich Karl Berger, 95, was ordered removed from the U.S. based on his participation in Nazi-sponsored persecution while serving in Nazi Germany […]

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Hawley, members of Missouri delegation ask for review of natural gas supply

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) and members of the Missouri Congressional Delegation sent a letter to the chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission asking for a review of the natural gas supply in light of electricity outages, rolling blackouts, and controlled service interruptions across Missouri and the Midwest during extreme winter weather.    “Due to […]

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Sullivan County Health Department administers second dose of COVID vaccine to 56 residents

The Sullivan County Health Department vaccinated 56 residents with their second dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at the North Central Missouri Electric Cooperative in Milan on Wednesday morning, February 18th. The participants met Phase 1A and Phase 1B Tiers 1 and 2 descriptions, were previously registered, and vaccinated with the first dose on January 22nd. […]

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Evergy resumes normal operations after severe weather event

Evergy has resumed normal operations after severe weather created stress on the regional power grid for most of the week. The company was asked to implement controlled, temporary emergency electricity reductions Monday and Tuesday. The Southwest Power Pool has returned to “Conservative Operations,” which means customer requests for conservation are no longer needed. Evergy continues […]