Trenton R-9 School District

Audio: Dan Wiebers concludes tenure as Trenton R-9 School Superintendent

Dan Wiebers’s recently concluded his tenure as Trenton R-9 School Superintendent and he will replace Doctor Roger Barnes, who is retiring as the Chillicothe R-2 School Superintendent. Wiebers has served as the Superintendent in Trenton for four years and his accomplishments during that time include meeting goals from the district’s Comprehensive School Improvement Plan.   […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council hashes out financing of sewer system improvements, approves ordinances

Financing sewer system improvements at Trenton will now be divided into two loan documents rather than one. That was the advice delivered last night to the Trenton City Council by Toni Stegeman of the Gilmore and Bell law firm. But she pointed out the city will still get a favorable interest rate of three point […]

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North Central Missouri College to offer Short-term Manufacturing Technician course

North Central Missouri College will be hosting a three-week Manufacturing Technician I training course for individuals interested in taking the first step toward a career in manufacturing. Many local employers are currently seeking people who enjoy problem-solving, working in teams, and mastering technical skills. The Manufacturing Technician I program is a three-week course set for […]

Flooded Trenton Airport May 29 2019

Preliminary flood Damage Assessment Report released for Grundy County

Preliminary information has been released from a Damage Assessment Status Report for Grundy County for recent flooding. The report prepared, by Grundy County Emergency Management Director Glen Briggs, includes information from 11 townships, one community, and one road district. Estimated dollar loss for private property totals $42,500, which includes $35,000 for single family homes and […]

Background Check

Change in Missouri law to require school district volunteers to undergo background checks

State Auditor Nicole Galloway praised a change to Missouri law that she said will help protect children at their schools. House Bill 604, now headed to the Governor’s desk, requires school districts to ensure that volunteers undergo criminal background checks before being left alone with children. Galloway urged legislators to add the requirement after her audit of […]

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, […]

Prison Death Row

Four Texas men receive prison sentences for stealing 654 firearms from UPS trailers

Four Texas men were sentenced in federal court for stealing 654 firearms from United Parcel Service trailers in Springfield, Mo., en route to Bass Pro Shops. Frank McChriston, 35, and Derrick White, 33, both of Dallas, Texas; Quinton Haywood, 27, of Glenn Heights, Texas; and Eric White, 28, of Arlington, Texas were sentenced in separate […]

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Audio: Bill’s sponsor says prescription drug monitoring program will come up again in January

A statewide prescription drug monitoring program will have to wait at least another year in Missouri. The measure passed the House but did not get a vote in the Senate before the legislative session ended Friday.     The Republican says a group of conservative state senators kept PDMP from getting a vote before the […]