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Linn County Health Department investigating Buck’s Barber Shop as possible site of infection

The Linn County Health Department reports an out of county resident who tested positive for COVID-19 Saturday was in Linn County when the person developed symptoms and was possibly infectious. Anyone who received services at Buck’s Barber Shop May 26th or 27th is asked to contact the Linn County Health Department at 660-258-7251. The health […]

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Grundy County Commission review procedures at Monday meeting

Several topics were discussed during the Grundy County Commission meeting Monday. Emergency Management Director Glen Briggs reported there were site inspections not completed related to the Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster regarding last year’s flooding. The inspections will resume June 15th. They involve verifying damage. Briggs also talked about elected officials and staff needing to […]

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Independence man facing multiple charges after crashing on I-35

A man from Independence was injured Monday afternoon when the car he was driving left Interstate 35 and overturned multiple times in Daviess County. The driver has been accused of several potential charges. The crash occurred at 3:50 pm Monday approximately 13 miles north of Cameron when 27-year-old Levi Williams received serious injuries. He was […]

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Norborne woman’s pickup goes airborne and demolishes vehicle in Monday crash

A woman from Norborne has received serious injuries in a Highway 10 accident in Carroll County. Sixty-three-year-old Debbie Petrechko was taken by emergency medical services Monday evening to the Carroll County Memorial Hospital. Petrechko was driving a pickup eastbound when it apparently failed to negotiate a curve and ran off the right side of Highway 10 […]

Planning and zoning

Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission approves of cottages to be constructed in north Trenton

The Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission is recommending approval of a conditional use permit that would lead to the construction of cottages in north Trenton. Meeting Monday evening at City Hall, the commission heard from Kipp and Cara McClellan about the project proposed for 3100 Hoover Drive. Mrs. McClellan reported it’s their intention to have […]

Sullivan County reports two additional cases of COVID-19

Sullivan County Health Department has confirmed two additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Sullivan County. Currently, Sullivan County sits at a total of sixty cases with twelve cases remaining active. The positive cases have been determined to be community-related. To maintain confidentiality, no other information will be provided about the individuals. The Sullivan County Health […]

Elections (Vote or Voting)

A look at the issues voters in the Green Hills Region will decide in today’s election

After a two month delay, the municipal and school elections are today across Missouri with the polls open until 7 o’clock this evening. Voters will decide the outcome of races for local offices as well as several other issues. KTTN News will have results tonight as they become available after 7 o’clock. The Grundy County […]

Summer Food Program for Kids

Online map and text number will help families locate local summer food programs

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has been helping families in need during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Through the Summer Food Service Program, thousands of meals have been provided and will continue to be provided all summer. The program is designed to provide breakfast, lunch, and/or snacks to children living in eligible […]

Governor Parson announces $209 million in additional expenditure restrictions

Governor Mike Parson announced over $209 million in additional expenditure restrictions due to COVID-19.  “It goes without saying that COVID-19 has had severe impacts on our anticipated economic growth. This is truly unlike anything we have ever experienced before, and we are now expecting significant revenue declines,” Governor Parson said.  Between March and April alone, Missouri saw […]

Flood Recovery

Flood recovery advisory group submits final report to Governor Parson

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources and the Missouri Department of Agriculture submitted the Flood Recovery Advisory Working Group’s final report to Governor Parson May 29. As requested by Governor Parson’s Executive Order 1914, the group has provided input on both short-term and longer-term flood recovery in Missouri. “I’m interested to see how the group […]