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Audio: Governor Parson to sign Missouri’s witness protection bill on Monday

Legislation that’s aimed at providing witness protection will be signed into law Monday afternoon by Missouri’s governor in Kansas City and Joplin. The bipartisan witness protection legislation was one of Governor Mike Parson’s (R) top priorities for the recent special session on violent crime. State Rep. Jonathan Patterson, R-Lee’s Summit, says the bill is crucial. “And what […]

Mark and Patricia McCloskey speak during 2020 Republican National Convention

McCloskeys during RNC: “Your family will not be safe in Radical Democrats’ America”

A St. Louis couple who pulled their guns on protesters walking along their private street in June were featured last night during the Republican National Convention. Mark and Patricia McCloskey, both personal injury lawyers, called the protesters “an out-of-control mob causing chaos in the streets.” Patricia McCloskey says “your family will not be safe in […]

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Streets in Jamesport re-opened after building collapse last week

The Jamesport intersection downtown was re-opened during the weekend to allow traffic to use the streets adjacent to where the building housing the Post Office and another business had collapsed last Wednesday morning. Daviess County Emergency Management reported demolition crews were able to clear the brick and debris from the streets to allow the Missouri […]

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NCMC to hold annual “Organization Fair” on August 11th

North Central Missouri College announces its annual Organization Fair will be held on Monday, August 17th. It goes from 11 until 1:30. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NCMC will be limiting in-person participation at the fair to campus organizations only. Local businesses, churches, and other organizations are still encouraged to participate by providing flyers, coupons, […]

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Tigers for Troops: Helping rural veterans navigate the VA benefits system

Understanding and applying for veterans services can be a challenge, and help can be hard to come by, especially in rural communities. Tigers for Troops, a partnership of University of Missouri Extension and the MU School of Law Veterans Clinic, connects veterans to vital resources through one-on-one consultations by videoconference. It is funded through a […]

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NCMC Board of Trustees approve applying for CARES Act funding to curtail expenses from COVID-19

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approved the evening of Tuesday, July 28th applying for Grundy County CARES Act funding to combat COVID-19 expenses. A Return to Fall Plan was also presented. NCMC President Doctor Lenny Klaver said the college could receive $89,000 in Grundy County CARES Act funding, which could be used […]

Chillicothe Correctional Center suspends visitation due to COVID-19

The Chillicothe Correctional Center’s visitation has been suspended until further notice due to positive cases of COVID-19. Missouri Department of Corrections Communications Director Karen Pojmann confirms there are three cases among staff and four among residents. She says mass testing was conducted at the Chillicothe Correctional Center in June, and everyone tested negative at that […]

Missouri Main Street Connection

Semi-finalists named in Missouri Main Street Connection Evening of Excellence Virtual Downtown Revitalization awards

The Missouri Main Street Connection has named semi-finalists for awards to be given at the Evening of Excellence Virtual Downtown Revitalization Awards Ceremony. Main Street organizations being recognized include those at Trenton and Albany. The awards ceremony will be streamed on Facebook Live on the night of July 30th at 7 o’clock. It will honor […]

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Trenton City Council adopts ordinances, airport hangar discussion continues

Three ordinances were adopted, appointments made to committees and boards, and reports were given during last nights’ meeting of the Trenton City Council. One ordinance allows the Howe engineering company to coordinate plans for a larger, six-inch water main to supply potable water to the wastewater treatment plant. The cost is $33,000 for services including […]