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Teenager issued citation after striking SUV and utility pole in Trenton

The Trenton Police Department reports a Trenton teen was checked by Grundy County Ambulance personnel and issued a citation after the car she drove struck a sports utility vehicle on Wednesday afternoon, January 19th. Sixteen-year-old Lilly Paige Berti reported her right eye was hurting, however, no injuries were reported at the time for passengers in […]

Coronavirus Update

Livingston County reports two COVID-19 related deaths, 10 new cases; Linn County reports 36 new cases of COVID-19

The Livingston County Health Center announced two additional COVID-19-related deaths on January 19th, bringing the total to 44. Ten new cases were added since January 15th, but active cases decreased by 21. Of the 1,284 cases, 40 were active. Thirty-two of the active cases were in the community and eight were facility actives. Current COVID-19-related […]

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More candidates file for seats on Trenton City Council creating races in First and Third Wards

There are now two races for the Trenton City Council election on April 6th. Lance Otto of 810 Town and Country Lane filed for the First Ward on January 19th. Incumbent Glen Briggs previously filed. Derrick Gott of 1715 Saint Joseph Street filed for the Third Ward on January 19th. Robert Romesburg filed earlier. Incumbent […]

City of Chillicothe

The race is on for Chillicothe First Ward City Councilman

There is a race for Chillicothe’s First Ward in the April 6th election. Michael Smith filed on January 19th for the position. Reed Dupy previously filed for the First Ward. Other candidates previously filing include incumbents Mayor Theresa Kelly, City Clerk Rozanne Frampton, City Auditor Hannah Fletcher, Councilman-At-Large Thomas Ashbrook, Second Ward Council Member Wayne […]

Charges Filed

Two from Texas facing multiple felony charges including forgery

Two Houston, Texas residents arrested by the Highway Patrol in Harrison County on January 16th have been charged with multiple felonies, including forgery and fraudulent use of a credit/debit device. Forty-year-old John Lindsey Follis the Second (II) and 21-year-old Kaitlyn Marie Spicer also face charges of possession of a forging instrument and three counts of […]

Martin Luther King Jr Day

Audio: Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a Federal and Missouri Holiday and Official Day of Service

Today (Monday) is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which is a federal, Missouri, and county holiday.     It’s also an official day of service. Most federal, Missouri, county, and city offices are closed today, with the exception of emergency services such as the Missouri State Highway Patrol and other law enforcement agencies. Banks […]

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Charges filed against two men involved in high-speed pursuit that ended near Hamilton

Two men have been charged in Ray County with multiple felonies following a multi-county vehicle pursuit on January 13th. Law enforcement reported started in Ray County and ended north of Hamilton. Online court information shows 28-year-old Sergey Bocharov and 35-year-old Thomas Ainsworth have both been charged with assault—second degree—special victim, armed criminal action, property damage—first degree—damage […]

Grundy R-5 School

Grundy County R-5 Board of Education approves extension of COVID Response Act; approves purchase of new math curriculum

The Grundy County R-5 Board of Education approved an extension of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act on Wednesday evening, January 13th. The act provides employees 80 hours of paid sick leave if the employee is quarantined with COVID-19. The board approved the purchase of a new curriculum for the elementary school. Math Expressions will […]