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Missourians need to make their voices heard about the future of the farm and food system

This article is a commentary.  The views expressed in this article are those of the author, Tim Gibbons, and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of KTTN/KGOZ Radio, management, or staff. (Missouri Independent) – Missouri Rural Crisis Center recently sent in comments to the Biden Administration and USDA in response to their request […]

Missouri Bicentennial

Missouri Bicentennial Community Legacies project to feature time capsule

All organizations are invited to participate in the Missouri Bicentennial Community Legacies project. This project documents Missouri traditions, meaningful places, associations, organizations, and institutions for posterity and includes a brief report, photographs, and some administrative paperwork. This will become a part of the permanent collection at the State Historical Society of Missouri and will be […]

Economic Development

Department of Economic Development awards $15.8 million for community development projects statewide

The Department of Economic Development announced it will award more than $15.8 million to 38 recipients through its Community Development Block Grant Program to help communities with infrastructure improvement and other projects across Missouri. “Strengthening infrastructure and improving our workforce remains my administration’s top priorities,” said Governor Mike Parson. “Whether repairing roads, upgrading facilities, or […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council informed 17th Street Bridge to open by late June or July 4th weekend

Work is progressing on the 17th Street Bridge project in Trenton with City Administrator Ron Urton telling the council Monday night that if weather conditions allow, he anticipates the new bridge can be opened by late this month or by the July 4th weekend. In his report, Urton noted base rock and curbing have been placed […]

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Woman facing charges in Mercer County after entering a Princeton residence

A Bethany woman faces charges in Mercer County after she allegedly unlawfully entered a Princeton residence in March where a man she previously dated lived. Thirty-eight-year-old Jackie McCrary has been charged with second-degree felony burglary, misdemeanors of second-degree property damage, and stealing with a value of less than $150, no prior stealing offense. Bond was […]

Brothers Kendal, Greg and Nathan Peterson, from left, create farm-themed parodies of popular songs to teach people about agriculture. (Photo Courtesy of Peterson family)

Video: Free entertainment in downtown Trenton area to take place before fireworks display on July 2

Brothers from Central Kansas will provide free entertainment in Downtown Trenton leading up to the Trenton fireworks display. The Peterson Farm Brothers will perform at Five Points on July 2nd at 7 o’clock. The Peterson Farm Brothers use digital and public speaking platforms to entertain and educate about agriculture. They perform parodies, share about their […]

Trenton Downtown Improvement Association (TDIA)

Audio: With a rich history of improving the downtown area, the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association turns 30

May 16th marked the 30th anniversary of the start of the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association. TDIA Board Member Cathie Smith says the organization began as a partnership between a group of businessmen and the City of Trenton to get a Neighborhood Assistance Program credit grant to redo sidewalks. She considers one highlight of the group […]

Trenton Downtown Improvement Association (TDIA)

Audio: Trenton Downtown Improvement Association to celebrate 30th anniversary with Friday evening event

What’s being called a “block party” is scheduled Friday night to observe the 30th anniversary of the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association. Activities are scheduled outdoors in the 1,000 block of Main street downtown. The evening begins with music followed by dinner and the program. Megan Taul is the director for Trenton downtown improvement association:   […]

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Chillicothe City Council to meet on May 10 at 6:30

The Chillicothe City Council will consider several ordinances next week regarding bids, zoning, the sale of property, and contracts. The council will meet in the Chillicothe Municipal Utilities meeting room on Tuesday, May 10, 2021, at 6:30 in the evening. Ordinances involving bids would accept them for street improvements, the demolition of 1020 Cherry Street, concession […]

Community Fireworks Display

Fundraising continues for 2021 fireworks display on Independence Day in Trenton

Fundraising continues for the community fireworks display being planned as part of the 2021 Independence Day activities on Friday, July 2. A committee of local residents is coordinating the fundraising effort through the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce. Chairperson Diane Lowrey said the committee hopes to raise between $4,000 to $5,000 for the show, which […]