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Trenton City Council approves purchase of police cars, East 28th Street Bridge proposal rejected

The Trenton City Council took action Monday night on several topics including the adoption of three ordinances as recommended by the Trenton Utility Committee from last week. Toward the end of the council meeting, the discussion focused on what the city can do, if anything, to enforce the cleanup of property at 601 Jefferson Street. […]

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Trenton officials working on plans for water and sewer system improvements; 500 old water meters to be replaced

Trenton officials are working on getting plans in place for water and sewer system improvements that Administrator Ron Urton says are likely eligible to be funded through the American Recovery Act. While he told the Trenton Utility Committee on Tuesday evening, he had no details; the city of Trenton portion of the federal funding remains […]

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Trenton Utility Committee meets with engineer to review plans for water-related projects

Trenton’s Utility Committee met Tuesday evening with an engineer to review preliminary plans for water-related projects. The committee reviewed details and saw cost estimates for work at the reservoir pump station and the river pump station. Members also learned costs would be forthcoming from a specialized company regarding upgrades or rehabilitation of the clarifier basins […]

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Compass Health to host Moderna COVID-19 vaccine clinic as Phase 3 opens to all Missourians

Compass Health will hold a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine event in Marceline on April 9th. Missourians at least 18 years old will be eligible to receive a vaccine at the Walsworth Community Center. No walk-ins will be accepted. Anyone who registers for this week’s clinic will be automatically scheduled for a booster shot in 28 days. […]

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VFW Voice of Democracy and Patriots Pen essay contest winners announced

Veterans of Foreign Wars district winners have been announced for essays written by students of participating schools. Teachers of the Year award winners also were announced. In the district one VFW 2020 Voice of Democracy essay contest, first place went to Rhea Krumpelman of Marceline. Taking second and third respectively were Emery Evans of Chillicothe […]

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Marceline man charged with child abuse and domestic assault

A Marceline man accused of punching a 10-year-old on March 21st faces two felony charges in Linn County. Thirty-one-year-old Patrick Colby Niemeier has been charged with third-degree domestic assault and abuse or neglect of a child—no sexual contact. Niemeier entered a plea of not guilty in the Associate Circuit Court on March 24th and requested […]

Officer Involved Shooting

No charges to be filed against Livingston County deputy in shooting of Marceline man

The Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney’s office reports it will not file any charges stemming from an investigation into the officer-involved shooting of February 19th. The individual who died in the incident was identified by the Highway Patrol as 34-year-old Timothy Frandson of Marceline. In a Facebook post released on Friday, Prosecuting Attorney Adam Warren said […]

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Marceline man identified as suspect who died Friday night in Livingston County officer-involved shooting

The highway patrol troop office in St. Joseph on Monday morning released the name of the suspect who was shot and killed Friday night east of Chillicothe. The death occurred when the suspect was sitting in a deputy’s vehicle following a single-vehicle accident on Highway 36. The Missouri State Highway Patrol identified the victim as […]

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Trooper Justin Dunn assigned as Public Information and Education Officer at Troop B in Macon

Captain Erik A. Gottman, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, announces the following assignment effective December 27, 2020. Corporal Justin S. Dunn was assigned as the Troop B Public Information and Education Officer. Dunn was appointed to the Patrol on July 1, 2008, and after graduating from the Patrol Academy was assigned to Troop B, […]

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Braymer man facing murder charges in death of Diemel brothers now faces charges of stealing a motor vehicle

A Braymer man charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of two brothers from Wisconsin now faces a charge of stealing a motor vehicle after a semi-tractor was allegedly stolen from a residence in Braymer in September. Twenty-six-year-old Garland Joseph Nelson is being held on no bond on the recent charge, and […]

Missouri Department of Conservation to provide drop-off sites for those wanting CWD testing of deer

The Missouri Department of Conservation will provide drop-off sites in Northwest Missouri for hunters who wish to have deer tested for chronic wasting disease. Four drop off sites in a CWD Management Zone will be available through January 15th: the Lake Paho Conservation Area of Princeton, The Trading Post of Marceline, PB-5 of Linneus, and […]