Veterans

3000 masks to be presented to Chillicothe VFW and American Legion through “Mask-a-Vet” campaign

Missouri-based non-government organization United States Exercise Tiger Foundation will present 3,000 masks in six boxes to Chillicothe VFW and American Legion staff officers. The masks will arrive by aircraft to the Chillicothe Airport Wednesday, September 23rd at noon. The Mask A Vet campaign began in August with the delivery of Missouri’s State Emergency Management Agency […]

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Milan Highs School Homecoming set for week of September 28th

Milan High School will hold its “Road Trip”-themed Homecoming the week of September 28th through October 2, 2020. The varsity cheerleaders have planned theme-related dress-up days for students and faculty to participate all week long leading up to the game against Gallatin that Friday night at 7 o’clock. Milan businesses can compete in the Third […]

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Governor Parson is pleased with start of school year, for K-12 and for higher education

Missouri’s governor says all of the state’s public schools are in session as of last week … some in-person, some online, and some with a hybrid model. Governor Mike Parson tells Capitol reporters that State Education Commissioner Dr. Margie Vandeven and state Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) Director Dr. Randall Williams met Wednesday […]

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July finds precipitation above normal, high temperatures below normal

The July weather summary in Trenton shows precipitation was above normal by an inch and forty-two one-hundredths. Low temperatures averaged above normal by two degrees, however, high temperatures averaged below normal by slightly over one degree. July normally is the warmest month of the year in Trenton with highs averaging nearly 89 degrees and lows […]

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Community leaders in Livingston County encourage wearing of masks in public

Livingston County health, governmental, business, and school officials are encouraging people to wear a mask in public where social distancing is difficult to maintain. The plea comes following an increase in positive COVID-19 cases in Livingston County during the past several weeks. Officials they want to stop the spread of the virus now, so the […]

Audio: National Weather Service Meteorologist says “Expect thunderstorms in northern Missouri”

The National Weather Service is predicting significant amounts of rain on or before Wednesday, which would help the local area with some much-needed moisture. KTTN spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Brent Pesel at the National Weather Service’s Pleasant Hill office on what northern Missouri can expect.     Hot weather is expected over the […]

Audio: Hamilton in final four of Strongest Town Competition

Hamilton is in the final four for the Strongest Town Competition. Strong Towns introduced 16 communities two weeks ago that stood out among nominees for their efforts, including local financial strength and resilience, civic engagement, and bottom-up development. Strong Towns describes itself on its website as “an international movement…dedicated to making communities across the United […]

Carroll County Memorial Hospital

Carroll County Memorial Hospital announces protocols to protect patients, visitors and staff against COVID-19

Carroll County Memorial Hospital has announced measures being adopted to protect the health of patients, visitors and staff in our facility and the community against the coronavirus, COVID-19. “CCMH is dedicated to the health and well-being of all we serve including patients, visitors, and staff members who provide care to all of the people who […]