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One injured, citation issued, after crash on 2nd and Kitty streets in Trenton

Trenton Police issued a citation alleging an improper turn resulting in a recent traffic accident on April 7 at 2nd and Kitty streets in Trenton. One driver, 24-year-old Dillon Matthew Pratt of Trenton, reported his forehead struck the driver’s visor, breaking it during the accident when the impact occurred. He declined medical attention. The other […]

Trenton man refuses treatment after pickup strikes three vehicles in Orscheln Farm and Home parking lot

The Trenton Police Department reports a Trenton man refused treatment after he allegedly blacked out, and his pickup truck struck three vehicles on April 3rd. Grundy County Emergency Medical Services and the Trenton Fire Department responded to the Orscheln Farm and Home parking lot, and EMS evaluated 32-year-old Scott Shull. A car owned by Noel […]

ATV or Four Wheeler Crash

ATV crash in rural Linn County sends one to hospital with both drivers facing charges

The Highway Patrol reports two all-terrain vehicles were westbound on a rural Linn County road Monday night when one slowed to stop and was struck from behind by the other. The accident happened approximately one mile north of Purdin. Forty-one-year-old Jeremy Gulley of Purdin was taken by ambulance to University Hospital in Columbia with serious […]

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Two injured, a third person arrested after crash on Route D

Two people from Brunswick were injured, and a third was arrested following a single-vehicle rollover accident on Sunday afternoon in rural Carroll County. Forty-one-year-old Angela Holliday received moderate injuries and was taken to Carroll County Memorial Hospital. Another passenger, 62-year-old Wilma Todd, received a minor injury and refused treatment at the scene. The driver was […]

Minimum Wage

Audio: Bill in Missouri Legislature would delay full increase of minimum wage hike

In 2018, 62-percent of Missouri voters approved a gradual minimum wage hike of $12.00 an hour by 2023. A state House committee is considering a bill that would delay the full increase by three years. During a committee hearing, Representative Allen Andrews of northwest Missouri’s Grant City says he supports the bill. He says his […]

Lawsuit

Attorney generals from 13 states file suit against Biden administration for ban on future oil and gas leasing, drilling on federal land

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt joined a coalition of thirteen states in filing suit against the Biden Administration for imposing a moratorium on future oil and gas leasing and drilling permits on federal land. The lawsuit contends that the moratorium on leasing through the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA) and the Mineral Leasing Act […]