Crime and Courts

Elijah Mandich makes court appearance in Princeton

Among cases processed in the Mercer County Circuit Court in Princeton, a trial date has been set for 17-year-old Elijah Charles Mandich of Princeton who faces an involuntary manslaughter charge due to an accident last October. Mandich appeared yesterday before Circuit Court Judge Jack Peace who scheduled a trial for January 8th and 9th of […]

Chillicothe Correctional Center

Former Corizon employee at Chillicothe Correctional Center pleads guilty to sexual conduct with a prisoner

A former employee of a company contracted for services at the Chillicothe Correctional Center, who previously pleaded guilty to felony sexual conduct with a prisoner, appeared in Livingston County Circuit Court Tuesday. Online court information shows John Thomas Dunn of Kansas City, Missouri was sentenced to a facility to be determined by the Missouri Department […]

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The “Silent Crisis” for America’s farmers

We rarely think of those in the farming community dealing with the silent crisis, however, farming is a crap shoot.  There are no guarantees in farming, with daily costs to run a farm continually on the rise, add to the mix weather that is unpredictable and the stress at times can be almost insurmountable.  With […]

Trenton Missouri Police Department (TPD)

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright resigns

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright has submitted his letter of resignation from the police department. Wright’s letter of resignation states he has accepted a job in the private sector with his resignation effective at the close of business July 6th.  The letter states Wright believes that providing a notice now will allow the necessary time […]

Ag Census

Ag census deadline extended to July 30

The deadline for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2017 Census of Agriculture has been extended to July 30. Forms can be returned by mail or securely submitted online. University of Missouri Extension economist Ryan Milhollin says federal, state and local governments, as well as agribusinesses, researchers, trade associations and others, use the data to serve […]

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Trenton man appointed to head Tribe of Mic-O-Say

Trenton resident Kevin Bailey has been selected to head the Tribe of Mic-O-Say which is the honor camping society for Boy Scouts of America. At a Saturday night banquet, Bailey was elevated to Chieftain in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say. Bailey will serve as the titular head of the organization this summer during weekly ceremonies at Camp Geiger near […]