Medical Marijuana

Audio: First medical marijuana sales to patients in Missouri took place on Saturday

The first legal sales of medical marijuana in Missouri have occurred between a Missouri-licensed dispensary and qualified patients and caregivers. The sale took place on Saturday, October 17, 2020.  Jill Enders has more on the story:     “Missouri patients have always been our north star as we work to implement the state’s medical-marijuana program,” […]

Crime and Courts

Judge Thomas Alley hands down prison sentences in Division One of Grundy County Circuit Court

Several defendants were sentenced by Judge Thomas Alley Thursday in Division One of the Grundy County Circuit Court. Robert Lee Ellis of Trenton pleaded guilty to five felony counts stemming from the March 21st incidents. He was sentenced from three to five years with the Department of Corrections. The terms are to run concurrently, or […]

Court News

Judge Steve Hudson presides over busy court docket in Tuesday session of Grundy County Court

Preliminary hearings were waived on Tuesday by seven defendants in the Associate Division of Grundy County Circuit Court. Each is to be arraigned on their various charges on Thursday in Division One of the Circuit Court in Trenton. Cory Jack Burchett of Trenton is charged with the September 30th offenses of possessing a controlled substance […]

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Missouri man sentenced to 35 years for illegal firearms and stalking

A Missouri, man was sentenced in federal court for illegally possessing firearms, including purchasing firearms advertised on the internet, and of stalking two female victims associated with massage parlors in Kansas. “This armed and dangerous criminal, with a history of stalking and violence toward women, will spend the rest of his life in prison,” said […]

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Highway patrol reports two arrests on Monday

The highway patrol made separate arrests in Daviess and Clinton counties for persons from Topeka, Kansas, and Gladstone, Missouri. The patrol, on Monday night, stopped 30-year-old Michael Clark of Topeka, Kansas in Daviess County.  Clark has been accused of felony possession of a controlled substance, driving while intoxicated for drugs, possession of marijuana, unlawful possession […]

$10 million in CARES Act funding authorized for Missouri’s child care providers

Gov. Parson announced that he is allocating approximately $10 million for emergency relief grants to child care facilities impacted by COVID-19. Missouri’s licensed, license-exempt, and subsidy (6 or fewer) child care providers will be eligible.  Providers may seek reimbursement for costs associated with necessary COVID-19 expenditures such as personal protective equipment, additional staffing, overtime and […]

Snow Removal

Grundy County Commission accepting bids for snow removal; accepting applications for full-time employee

The Grundy County Commission is seeking bids for snow removal and ice melt application. It is also accepting applications for a full-time Road and Bridge Department employee. The snow removal involves at the courthouse and Old Jail entrances and sidewalks as well as the sidewalks, entrances, and parking spaces at the Law Enforcement Center for […]

Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Commission website

Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission to require annual de-escalation and implicit bias training

The Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Commission has voted to require annual training in de-escalation techniques and recognizing implicit bias for all Missouri law enforcement officers. Missouri officers will take a one-hour course in each area as part of their required 24-hours of annual continuing education training. “At its June meeting, I challenged the […]

Trenton Chamber of Commerce

Audio: Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce and license office to move to Eastgate Shopping Center

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce and state license fee office have plans to move to another location yet this year. Chamber President Debbie Carman made the announcement when she was an Open Line guest on KTTN.     For more than one year, the chamber and license bureau occupied a building at 611 East […]