Investigation

Investigation involving multiple agencies results in arrests, recovered items and warrants

The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office, along with multiple other agencies, have been working several burglaries and stolen vehicles, most along the Interstate 35 corridor.  The investigation took Investigators as far north to Bethany in Harrison County and as far south as Kansas City, Kansas. Throughout the investigation, investigators recovered 10 stolen vehicles, 11 Stihl Weed Eaters, […]

ATV or Four Wheeler Crash

Teens hurt after being ejected from ATVs near Blythedale

The Highway Patrol reports two area teens sustained moderate injuries after being ejected from all-terrain vehicles one mile south of Blythedale Wednesday afternoon. An ambulance transported a 13-year-old boy from Trenton and a 14-year-old boy from Blythedale to the Harrison County Community Hospital. The Patrol did not release the name of the teens. The ATVs […]

New case of COVID-19 reported in Harrison County

The Harrison County Health Department reports its seventh positive case of COVID-19 is a male in his 30s. Close contacts are being contacted. The Harrison County Health Department urges the public to take precautions, including practicing good hygiene, social distancing, and limiting in-person interactions. Individuals who are sick, especially with a fever, cough, or shortness […]

Coronavirus News Graphic

Harrison County Health Department to provide community testing for COVID-19

The Harrison County Health Department, Harrison County Community Hospital, NTA Ambulance District, and Harrison County Emergency Management will provide adult COVID-19 testing for 200 residents one day next week. Having symptoms of COVID-19 will not be required to get a test at the South Harrison High School of Bethany May 27th from 3 to 8 […]

Rollover Accident

Princeton woman injured in rollover crash near Bethany

The Highway Patrol reports a Princeton woman sustained moderate injuries when the sport utility vehicle she drove struck an embankment and overturned about six miles east of Bethany Thursday morning. An ambulance transported 26-year-old Jessica Stark to the Harrison County Community Hospital in Bethany. The SUV traveled west on U. S. Highway 136 before running […]

Gavel and old law books (court or trial)

Judge Thomas Alley gets “OK” to begin reopening of local courts

Presiding Judge Thomas Alley of the Third Judicial Circuit Court reports he’s reviewed COVID-19 health conditions and received guidance from the Missouri Supreme Court to begin the process of re-opening local courts. This applies to the counties of Grundy, Mercer, Harrison, and Putnam which are in the third circuit of Missouri. Judge Alley stated these […]

Pumpkins

Pumpkin judging to be held during Northwest Missouri State Fair

The University of Missouri Extension in Harrison County will host a pumpkin growing contest at the Northwest Missouri State Fair in Bethany in September. Pumpkin judging will be held at the Northwest Missouri State Fairgrounds on September 2nd. Contestants will be required to load and unload their pumpkins. The top three finishers will be displayed […]

Turkeys

Missouri Department of Conservation reports spring turkey season ends with 41,454 birds harvested

Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that turkey hunters checked 38,730 birds during Missouri’s 2020 regular spring turkey season, April 20 through May 10. Top harvest counties were Franklin with 899 birds harvested, Callaway with 699, and Laclede with 651. Young turkey hunters also harvested 2,724 birds during the 2020 spring […]

Smithfield Food Website

Four north Missouri students awarded scholarships from Smithfield

Four north Missouri students, including one from Trenton High School, are recipients of Smithfield Hog Production Scholarships. Receiving a $2,500 family scholarship are Allena Allen of Trenton high school and Gavin Garrett who was graduated last year from North Harrison High School in Eagleville. Allena Allen is the daughter of Jason and Sarah Allen of […]