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Teenager issued citation after striking SUV and utility pole in Trenton

The Trenton Police Department reports a Trenton teen was checked by Grundy County Ambulance personnel and issued a citation after the car she drove struck a sports utility vehicle on Wednesday afternoon, January 19th. Sixteen-year-old Lilly Paige Berti reported her right eye was hurting, however, no injuries were reported at the time for passengers in […]

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Missouri Department of Conservation reports final deer harvest numbers for the season at 296,500

Missouri’s 2020-2021 deer-hunting season ended Jan. 15 with the Missouri Department of Conservation reporting a preliminary total deer harvest for the season of 296,516. Of the deer harvested, 140,468 were antlered bucks, 28,587 were button bucks, and 127,461 were does. Top harvest counties for the overall deer season were Franklin with 5,786 deer harvested, Howell […]

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American Coalition for Ethanol says EPA’s proposed ethanol rule is a tough pill to swallow

A proposed biofuels rule from the EPA is getting criticism from ethanol supporters. The part of the rule ethanol supporters like would address E-15 labeling and infrastructure requirements and not act on 66 petitions for Small Refinery Exemptions. Growth Energy’s Chris Bliley tells Brownfield EPA’s proposed rule is in the middle between good and bad.  […]

Covid-19 vaccine

Audio: Eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination in Missouri? Here is what you need to know

About two million Missourians are now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination but there’s not enough vaccine to go around. Missourians who are first responders, 65 years or older, or have certain serious health problems are eligible. To look for a place with the vaccine, State Health Department Director Randall Williams says go to MOSTOPSCOVID.com […]

Coronavirus Update

Livingston County reports two COVID-19 related deaths, 10 new cases; Linn County reports 36 new cases of COVID-19

The Livingston County Health Center announced two additional COVID-19-related deaths on January 19th, bringing the total to 44. Ten new cases were added since January 15th, but active cases decreased by 21. Of the 1,284 cases, 40 were active. Thirty-two of the active cases were in the community and eight were facility actives. Current COVID-19-related […]

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Great Northwest Day at the Capitol to be held as virtual event in 2021

The Great Northwest Day at the Capitol will go virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Great Northwest Live Event will advocate regional priorities with state legislators from February 1st through 3rd. Participants are encouraged to ask questions on the Great Northwest Day at the Capitol Facebook page. The schedule includes a legislative […]

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Sheriff responds to suicidal subject in rural Mercer County

It was a peaceful resolution to a situation when the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding a suicidal subject that had locked themselves in the bathroom of a residence in rural Mercer County. The Mercer County Sheriff’s Department requested assistance from Grundy County Sheriff’s Department due to the situation and location. A report […]