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Audio: Court documents outline injuries Jefferson City boy suffered before he died

A mid-Missouri caretaker charged with felony child abuse involving the death of a four-year-old Jefferson City boy is being held without bond this Thursday morning.      Cole County Prosecutor Mark Richardson has charged 26-year-old Quatavia Givens with one felony count of child abuse resulting in death. The Jefferson City Police Department’s probable cause statement […]

14 from Chillicothe attend National Convention in 2018

Fourteen from Chillicothe attend National FFA Convention in Indiana

Fourteen members of the Chillicothe FFA Chapter attended the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana October 24 through October 27. The students attended many activities while in Louisville including the leadership sessions, the career show, college fair, and convention sessions while at the convention hall. Students also attended a session where the speaker was Kyle […]

Voter ID

Appeals court rules challenge to Missouri’s voter ID law implementation can proceed

An appeals court ruled today that a challenge to the state of Missouri’s failure to provide adequate funds to educate the public and make appropriate preparations to implement its voter ID law can proceed. The voter ID law went into effect on June 1, 2017. The American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Missouri, and Advancement […]

Pictured is President, Dr. Lenny Klaver receiving the designation from Senior Vice Commander, Walter Schley.

North Central Missouri College designated as a Purple Heart College

On October 29th, 2018 North Central Missouri College was officially designated as a Purple Heart College by the Patriot Members of the Department of Missouri Military Order of the Purple Heart. NCMC was designated for honoring students, Veterans, and their families throughout the years who have earned the Purple Heart Medal. The Purple Heart is […]

Recker makes presentation

NCMC instructor gives presentation at Mid-American Alliance for African Studies

A North Central Missouri College instructor lead helped organize and presented at the Mid-American Alliance for African Studies. Political Science Instructor Doctor Sterling Recker is the president of the Mid-American Alliance for African Studies. He presented on Competing Narratives of Destruction and Development: The Politicization of Memory in Post-Genocide Rwanda. Dean of Instruction Mitch Holder […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council has full agenda; takes action on ordinances and bids

The Trenton City Council took action last night on several ordinances and bids. Approval was given for Advanced Environment Testing and Abatement of Belton to remove asbestos at two locations: 111 West 11th Street and 1502 Day. Combined, the cost of $3,100 comes from demolition money budgeted by the city.  The city will purchase properties on […]

CAFO

MU Extension produces short videos on CAFOs

The University of Missouri Extension recently rolled out an educational program to give the public science-based information about Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, otherwise known as CAFOs. The program includes a webpage and a series of five-minute videos, says Teng Lim, MU Extension agricultural engineer. “MU Extension faculty often respond to great, but similar, questions in rural […]

First Impact Driving Program Website

First Impact driving program to be presented in Chillicothe for teenagers and parents

Parents, are you approaching the intersection of teenagers and driving? Driving is a huge responsibility and knowing how to help your teen become a safe, new driver is often difficult. But First Impact is here to give you some tools to make that road a bit easier. First Impact: Chillicothe High School – Performing Arts […]

Trenton Marching Festival 2018

Audio: Thirty Two schools to participate in Trenton Marching Festival

The 32 schools participating in the Trenton Marching Festival Saturday will be judged in various events. Three judges will evaluate the 19 bands competing in the parade competition in the Missouri Day Festival Parade, which begins at Main and Crowder at 8:30 that morning. Co-manager Roy Maxwell says the parade judges are strategically placed.   […]