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Current status of restaurants within the city of Trenton

With the State of Emergency declared within the city limits of Trenton, dining establishments have temporarily changed their hours, closed part of or all of their dining rooms, offer only curbside service or have closed their doors temporarily until restrictions are lifted. The Trenton Chamber of Commerce has compiled an updated list of restaurants and […]

Dicamba

Audio: Bayer/Monsanto to appeal $265 million Dicamba verdict won by Missouri peach grower

A federal jury has awarded a southeast Missouri peach grower 15 million dollars in compensatory damages and 250 Million in punitive damages in its dicamba drift case against Monsanto and BASF. The trial concluded Saturday which meant the gag-order was lifted. Monsanto Attorney Chris Hohn said after the trial, “I think it goes without saying […]

Trooper Matthew Neely awarded Medal of Valor by Governor Parson

Governor awards Missouri Public Safety Medals to first responders and civilians for heroic actions in 2018

Governor Mike Parson awarded Missouri Public Safety Medals to a total of 18 first responders and 6 civilians for heroic and life-saving actions in 2018. The awards are the state’s highest recognition for first responders working as individuals and as members of teams during critical incidents. The civilians were honored for taking on extreme risks […]

Boil Advisory Lifted

Sullivan County Public Water Supply District lifts boil advisories

The Sullivan County Public Water Supply District has announced the lifting of boil advisories for some customers. Advisories lifted include the following locations: Customers on Paris Road and Echo Road. All Sullivan Rural Water Customers on Highway 139 from Newtown South to Highway 6 including Jasper Road, Acorn Drive, Kelp Road, Acorn Drive, Helium Road, […]

Flooded Trenton Airport May 29 2019

Trenton Municipal Airport floods twice in one week, 12-inches of water reported in main hangar

With the airport in Trenton flooding twice in one week, Airport Manager Donnie Vandevender reports water from Sunday’s rain measured 12 inches in the main hanger and the former Trenton R-9 administrative and storage building and 36 inches plus in the T-hangars. Water from the most recent rain entered into both structures in the T-hangars, […]

National Day Of Prayer

National Day of Prayer event set for Thursday, May 2nd at courthouse in Trenton

The Trenton Area Ministerial Alliance will sponsor the observance of the National Day of Prayer at the Grundy County Courthouse in Trenton. Ministerial Alliance spokesperson Dan Wilford of Laredo invites everyone to gather on the west side of the courthouse Thursday, May 2nd at noon. He says he will provide an introduction and welcome prior […]

Tarana Burke

Northwest Missouri State University lecture to feature ‘me too’ movement founder Tarana Burke

Tarana Burke, a social justice activist and the founder of the “me too” movement, will appear at Northwest Missouri State University as part of its Distinguished Lecture Series and deliver the University’s 2017-18 James H. Lemon Lecture. Burke shares the story behind the genesis of last year’s viral and Time magazine Person of the Year-winning […]