Gilman City School

Gilman City Board of Education approves coordinator for programs

The Gilman City R-4 Board of Education has approved Principal Jill Sperry as the Homeless, Foster Care, and Migrant Coordinator. The McKinney-Vento Act Dispute Resolution, policy updates, and Daviess County CARES Act funding were also approved. Superintendent Roger Alley reported Gilman City R-4 started the Seamless Lunch and Breakfast program. Students will receive a free […]

18-Wheel Semi Trailer Truck or Big Rig

Trucking industry still looking for more Missouri drivers

COVID-19 has put a spotlight on the importance of many Missouri industries, including those sitting behind the wheel of big rigs. Dave Pfiffner, the director of the Des Moines Area Community College Transportation Institute, says truckers have been going the distance to try and get essential items to consumers. “There were shortages of a lot […]

National Education Association or NEA

National Education Association wants database of COVID-19 exposures in schools

The Missouri National Education Association says the state should make a centralized system for the public to see information about COVID-19 exposures in K-12 and higher education schools. It has sent a letter to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education calling on the agency to create one that would “regularly publish” the information and protect […]

Coronavirus

Missouri partners with Washington University for roll out of new COVID-19 saliva tests

The state of Missouri is working with Washington University in St. Louis to offer its new COVID-19 saliva test statewide soon. Officials reportedly hope to launch the tests later this month or in October. During a press conference in St. Louis, Missouri Economic Development Department Director Rob Dixon says the state is working alongside the […]

East Penn Manufacturing Website

Audio: East Penn Manufacturing Company looking to fill 400 jobs over next three years

East Penn Manufacturing Company is expanding its plant in Corydon, Iowa, and hiring additional workers. A representative of the battery-making company was recently in Trenton for interviews which were held at the Trenton Job Center, located inside the Regional Planning Commission office at 1104 Main Street. LaTonya Holmes, a spokesperson for East Penn, discussed pay and […]

Handgun training or class

Missouri Department of Conservation holding free online “Introduction to Handguns” class

When pistols and handguns come to mind, many people think of self-defense and home protection. But did you know that handguns are also a valid hunting method for several species, such as rabbits, squirrels, bullfrogs, deer, and coyotes? The Missouri Department of Conservation is holding an Introduction to Handguns class online Tuesday, Sept. 8 from 6-7:30 p.m. […]

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Dekalb County Sheriff’s Department seeking “Person of Interest” in homicide investigation in Maysville

The Dekalb County Sheriff’s Department Thursday night reported it was looking for a white male who is described as a person of interest” in a criminal investigation underway in Maysville. The sheriff’s department is asking the public for information on the whereabouts of the person known by the name of Brian Graham who is a […]

Military Veterans

Veteran Service Officer Wayne Kleinschmidt announces upcoming veteran events for September 2020

Veteran Service Officer Wayne Kleinschmidt has announced upcoming events that will benefit Veterans in our area. Please feel free to contact Kleinschmidt if you have any questions. Friday, September 4th   A Veterans Service Officer will be present at Trenton VFW Post 919  from 8 am to 2 pm to help with VA  paperwork and answer […]

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North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees address lengthy agenda at Tuesday meeting

Various reports were given at the North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees meeting the evening of Tuesday, August 25th. Several included information about the COVID-19 pandemic. Vice President of Student Affairs Doctor Kristen Alley reported student move-in went well, and precautions were taken. Seventeen students were tested for COVID-19, and all results were negative. […]