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North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approve bids and personnel matters

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approved bids and purchases as well as personnel matters July 27th. Athletic insurance was purchased through Dissinger Reed of Overland Park, Kansas for the 2021-2022 sports year at a cost of $31,467. That was for $26,980 for secondary accident insurance and $4,487 for catastrophic accident insurance with […]

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Items being collected for Farmers’ Electric Cooperative Area Youth Benefit Fund auction

Items are being collected for the 29th Annual Farmers’ Electric Cooperative’s Area Youth Benefit Fund’s fundraising events. An online auction will be held from August 30 through September 12 in place of the annual dinner-auction banquet. The golf tournament will be on August 30. The auction will be available on the Farmers Electric Coop website as […]

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Missouri lawmakers passed a host of reforms aimed at keeping kids out of jail

(Missouri Independent) – Retired St. Louis Judge Evelyn Baker once sentenced a 16-year-old Black boy to 241 years in prison for two armed robberies.  No one was seriously injured in the robberies, but the boy “didn’t express any remorse,” Baker said, remembering the sentencing hearing.  Now, when she thinks back, Baker deeply regrets the sentence […]

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North Central Missouri College Foundation awards A+ Outstanding Student Scholarships

The North Central Missouri College Foundation recently awarded four NCMC students the Jack N., Mildred M., Noble J., and Mayra A. Young A+ Outstanding Student Award Scholarship. This year’s recipients are Emily Poston (Maysville, MO), Samuel (Cody) McClaran (Harris, MO), Kennadie Crowe (Chillicothe, MO), and Noah Bodenhausen (Country Club, MO). All four students are actively […]

North Central Missouri College Honorees 2020

Audio: Three former students recognized as “Distinguished Alumni” at NCMC Foundation Pirates Ball

Three former students of Trenton Junior College or North Central Missouri College were recognized as distinguished alumni at the NCMC Foundation Pirates Ball on March 13th. The Distinguished Alumni Class of 2020 included Doctor Jamie Hooyman, John Sturdevant, and Donovan Thompson. Jamie Hooyman attended TJC from 1981 to 1983 and received her Associate in Arts […]

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Chillicothe Kiwanis Club serve 53 children through “Shop With a Cop” program

The Chillicothe Kiwanis Club served 53 children during its annual “Shop With a Cop.” Chillicothe Police Chief Jon Maples reports children were not able to do the shopping this year due to the pandemic. Walmart employees did the shopping and had items ready for the children. Gifts were delivered to parents in a drive-through-style event. […]

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Trenton Kiwanis Christmas Wish Project assists 48 families with 130 children

According to spokesperson Kara Helmandollar, the 2020 Trenton Kiwanis Christmas Wish Project helped 48 families with 130 total children which is close to the same number of families helped in 2019, and the number has been fairly consistent the last several years. Close to $3,000 was raised in monetary donations to be used to purchase […]

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NCMC Foundation announces receipt of “Gifts in Action” donation; campus to close for winter break

The North Central Missouri College Foundation announces it received a Gifts in Action donation from JK Farms to establish the John Kuttler Agriculture Scholarship. The scholarship honors the memory of the local farmer and community leader. The first John Kuttler Scholarship will be awarded in fall 2021. To qualify, NCMC students must be enrolled full-time, […]

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Department of Conservation foresters suggest ways to recycle those live Christmas trees

A live Christmas tree can give your home a one-of-a-kind ambiance during the holiday season. From the natural suppleness of its needles to that majestic stature, to the unmistakable evergreen aroma. But after the holidays are over, it doesn’t mean that your natural Christmas tree needs to retire. It can find a second career in […]

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Trenton Police Department’s “Shop with a Cop” program to ensure 11 children have a Merry Christmas

The Trenton Police Department will help 11 children during this year’s Shop with A Cop. Assistant Police Chief Lieutenant Larry Smith reports wish lists were obtained from the Department of Family Services Children’s Division, and shopping was done online due to the pandemic. Multiple employees helped with purchasing gifts and will help deliver them. Deliveries […]

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Audio: United States Postal Services urges you to mail your packages early

The U. S. Postal Service is urging you to mail your holiday packages early this year. Brian Hauswirth has our report.     The Postal Service describes 2020 as an extraordinary year of unprecedented challenges, with the COVID pandemic. The Postal Service is expecting significant volume increases. They have 644-thousand employees dedicated to ensuring gifts […]