Missouri has more than 50,000 federal workers and many of those are feeling the financial pinch from the partial government shutdown. Missouri U.S. Senator Roy Blunt says negotiations should be expanded between President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Some federal agencies have been closed for business for about four weeks.
The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will host a trip to Mackinac Island, Michigan September 6th through 13th. Highlights of the Discover Mackinac Island trip will include Chicago, Millennium Park, Traverse City Winery, the Charlevoix Mushroom Houses, The Grand Hotel, Frankenmuth, Greenfield Village, and the Henry Ford Museum. The trip package includes seven breakfasts; four […]
The Grundy County Health Department has announced the winner of this year’s Green Hills Wellness Challenge Maintenance Prize. Rosemary Coon maintained a 12.93% weight loss from the start of last year’s challenge, which was the highest out of those competing for the prize and received a $300 check from the health department. Others who maintained […]
Livingston County Health Center announces that their office, located at 800 Adam Drive, will be the site to purchase 911 Rural Location Signs through an initiative of its Aging in Place Coalition. The coalition met with Livingston County Commissioners, County Clerk Sherry Parks, Chillicothe Fire Chief Darrell Wright and volunteer fire chiefs, Livingston County Sheriff […]
The Five Points Alive committee is planning a Valentine’s meal next month in Trenton. Dinner will be held the evening of Friday, February 8th at The Space located on Main street in downtown Trenton. Doors open at 6 with the dinner served at 6:30. There’s a requested donation of 20 dollars per person. Persons can […]
Filings continued this morning at Trenton City Hall subject to the April 2nd municipal election. Filing this morning for Mayor of Trenton was Linda A. Crooks of 105 Town and Country Lane. Filing previously for Mayor were Incumbent Nick McHargue and current 2nd ward councilman Larry Porter. The term of mayor is four years long. A […]
The Missouri legislative session is underway and Senate Minority Leader Gina Walsh is already feeling it. Senate Minority Leader Gina Walsh says she’s tired of Republicans trying to reverse ballot measures passed by voters. Walsh opposes possible Republican plans to overturn a lobbyist gift ban, campaign donations limits and legislative redistricting.
Early applications for medical marijuana facilities in Missouri are rolling in fast. The state’s received 250 applications and more than $2 million in fees in the first four days of pre-filing that began January 5. The application fee for cultivation is $10,000 while it’ll cost $6,000 for those applying to manufacture or sell […]
Several University of Missouri Extension specialists will headline the Carroll County Soils and Crop Conference later this month. Weed management in row crops, relying on hay as a supplemental feed, the market outlook for Missouri agriculture and emerging insect pests in Missouri field crops will be discussed at the free event at the Carroll County […]
Four defendants waived preliminary hearings during appearances Tuesday in the Associate Division of Grundy County Circuit Court. Each was bound over to the January 17th session of Division One of Circuit Court. Michael Wayne Strantruff of Trenton is charged with assault in the first degree causing a serious physical injury to another. Bond continues at […]