Amaren Missouri

Missouri Public Service Commission approves agreement reducing Union Electric Company revenues

The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved an agreement that reduces the annual electric revenues of Union Electric Company doing business as Ameren Missouri. The rate decrease of approximately $166,500.000 reflects a reduction in the corporate tax rate from 35 to 21% as a result of the passage of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs […]

Trenton Missouri Police Department (TPD)

Independence man arrested on multitude of charges by Trenton Police Department

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of two men since Tuesday. The Trenton Police Department arrested 33-year-old Joshua Ryan Lusk of Independence Tuesday on four felony charges: possession of burglary tools, second degree tampering with a motor vehicle (prior conviction/finding of guilt), resisting or interfering with an arrest for a felony, and attempted […]

Flood of 1993

Audio: Missourians impacted by the Great Flood of 1993 remember the experience 25 years later

(Missourinet) – For a six-month period 25 years ago, extremely high waters devastated areas in Missouri as well as eight other states. The late Mel Carnahan was the governor during the disaster known as the Great Flood of 1993. Missourinet affiliate KWIX spoke to Carnahan when he visited northwest Missouri’s Brunswick and urged for public […]

Community Fireworks Display

Audio: Cautious use of fireworks urged; most larger Missouri cities disallow them

(Missourinet) – There are basic precautions to take with fireworks when celebrating Independence Day. Rick Hoffman of Hoffman Family Fireworks near southeast Missouri’s Cape Girardeau has been selling fireworks for more than 50 years. He says consumers of fireworks should not focus on just the name of a product or its color, but also on […]

Jamesport Tri-County School

Jamesport Board of Education adopts balanced budget for next school year

The Jamesport Tri-County Board of Education has adopted a balanced budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year with approval also given to a change order to allow all of the bus barn to have a concrete floor. Figures provided by Superintendent David Probasco shows anticipated revenues of $2,771,501 with expenditures projected for the one year period […]

Princeton R-5 School Website

Princeton R-5 Board of Education approves preliminary budget

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education approved the 2018-2019 preliminary budget at a special meeting Thursday evening. The revenues budgeted for the 2018-2019 school year are $5,175,380, and expenditures budgeted are $7,847,296 leaving a projected deficit of $2,671,916. The board also approved amending the 2017-2018 budget to actual and activity balances to zero. Revenues received […]