Specific job fairs are scheduled Wednesday and Thursday of this week at the Trenton Job Center at 1104 Main Street located in the front portion of offices for the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission. Manpower Employment Service has a hiring event Wednesday at 1 o’clock. Applicants should have completed a profile before meeting with a […]
More area Shopko stores are scheduled to close between now and mid-May meaning many employees of those stores would lose employment. The Green Bay, Wisconsin-based retailer’s website provides a list of the Shopko locations to close, which now includes Trenton, Gallatin, and Memphis in northern Missouri and Mount Ayr, Iowa. The list previously reported only Albany […]
More area Shopko stores are scheduled to close between now and mid-May. The Green Bay, Wisconsin-based retailer’s website provides a list of the Shopko locations to close, which now includes Trenton, Gallatin, and Mount Ayr, Iowa. The list previously reported only Albany and Carrollton store closings. The estimated last day of operation for the Trenton […]
A deadline for comments has been set in a case before the Missouri Public Service Commission regarding ownership of the Grain Belt Express Clean Line. This is the proposed energy transmission project that would carry energy from Kansas to Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana. The proposed route would pass through northern Missouri counties including from this […]
Missourians are being encouraged to file income taxes as soon as possible this year. Financial advisor Marshall Mennenga says Congress and the Trump administration wanted a smaller, easier tax form. The two-page 1040 has increased to eight pages and Mennenga advises taxpayers to file income taxes as early as possible.
Approving prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) legislation is a top priority for Missouri House Democrats in 2019. A PDMP is an electronic database that collects data on controlled substance prescriptions within a state. House Minority Leader Crystal Quade of Springfield says PDMP could go to the House floor this week. Missouri is the […]
Two women were arrested by police Saturday as a result of alleged altercations in Trenton that authorities say injured two other individuals. Three felony counts were filed against both 29-year-old Kelly Jean McClure of Trenton and 29-year-old Colby Marie Jackson of Wheeling. The charges were filed Sunday by new Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney Kelly Puckett. […]
The Trenton Police Department reports 258 nuisance incidents were filed in 2018. The Nuisance Summary for 2018 shows the greatest number of violations involved trash and debris with 109 incidents. The next highest number of violations was for grass and weeds with 106 and there were 22 violations for unregistered vehicles and 21 for open […]
Missouri consumers received an additional $16.2 million from their insurance companies in 2018, thanks to the work of the department’s Consumer Affairs Division and Market Conduct Section. “One of our primary responsibilities is to protect Missouri consumers and ensure they are treated fairly by insurance companies,” said Chlora Lindley-Myers, Director of the Missouri Department of […]
A Missouri professor has resigned from allegations of mistreating several students, with the story from the Missourinet is Bill Wise who files this report. A University of Missouri-Kansas City professor has resigned – two months after accusations surfaced about some of his international students being used as personal servants. The Kansas City Star […]
The Galt Board of Aldermen have had several file for positions in the upcoming April election. Incumbent Jessic Gannon filed has for the position of Mayor with incumbents Jason Grindstaff and Jay Blackburn as well as Sierra Fletchall filing for the three Aldermen-at-Large positions. All of the terms last two years.
The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved applications filed by Kansas City Power and Light Company and its Greater Missouri Operations Company to adjust the demand side investment mechanism charge on customer bills. The charge appears as a separate line item on bills and allows KCP&L and GMO to recover demand-side management program costs and […]