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Mosaic Life Care Foundation approvers “EmPowerU program” to be free of charge over next five years

The Mosaic Life Care Foundation Board of Trustees approved a change in the emPowerU fee structure for the next five years.  EmPowerU educational programming will be offered free of charge through the next five years for school districts in the Foundation’s 31 county service region in northwest Missouri and adjacent counties in Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa.  Foundation […]

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Changes in plans for Trenton High School Alumni Reunion announced

Changes in plans for next month’s Trenton High School Alumni Reunion have been announced. Following a Special Meeting of the Foundation Trust for THS/THS Alumni Association on Friday, members voted to cancel both the Saturday and Sunday events at Trenton High School but continue with the Friday night All Alumni Mixer at Riverside Country Club […]

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Governor Parson announces $50 million in new grant programs for Missouri businesses

Governor Mike Parson announced $50 million in new grant programs for Missouri businesses. “The COVID-19 crisis has severely impacted Missouri businesses,” Governor Parson said. “However, this challenge has not stopped them from stepping up and finding new ways to serve Missourians. These critical programs will help Missouri businesses continue their operations, cover costs for increased […]

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Audio: Governor Parson restricts another $47 million in current state budget

Governor Parson is freezing another 47 million dollars in the current state budget to help Missouri fight the coronavirus. The largest chunks of funding being withheld are nearly 16 million dollars to K through 12 education and 7.1 million in school bus transportation. During Monday’s virtual briefing, Parson says the restrictions will be felt by […]

Finance

Trenton Finance Committee trims proposed budget; deficit reduced to $115,693

Using a combination of adding some revenue and reducing some spending has resulted in an adjustment of over $42,000 on the proposed city of Trenton budget for the one year period beginning the 1st of May. Revisions are recommended in several line item categories as Trenton Finance Committee members and department heads agreed upon reductions. […]