Tony Stonecypher is leaving from his position as Gallatin City Administrator. Stonecypher made the announcement to the Gallatin Board of Aldermen at its meeting Monday evening. He accepted an offer for a position in his hometown in Iowa with his last day in his current position January 11th. The board accepted an ordinance to amend city […]
A resident of Powersville was injured early Tuesday morning when the pickup he was driving traveled off a Putnam County lettered route and into a ditch. Fifty-two-year-old Andrew Untrauer was taken by ambulance to Putnam County Memorial Hospital in Unionville with minor injuries. Untrauer had been driving northbound on Putnam County Route U, six miles […]
Crowder State Park west of Trenton is transitioning to Rainout Line, which allows individuals to find out what current conditions are on the park’s trails as well as trails at other Missouri State Parks. Resource Manager Anna Persell says information on trail conditions at Crowder, Cuivre River, Rock Bridge Memorial, and Knob Noster state parks […]
Two traffic accidents happened on Highway 5 in Sullivan County Thursday morning that injured drivers. The first accident was at 7:15 when a car driven by 34-year-old Joni Ussary of St. Joseph was northbound on Highway 5 when it slid off the road, struck a tree, and a fence. She was taken by private auto […]
The Highway Patrol reports a Trenton woman sustained minor injuries when she lost control of the sports utility vehicle she drove on a snow-covered portion of Highway Z in Grundy County Tuesday morning. Emergency medical services transported 42-year-old Brandy Knapp to Wright Memorial Hospital of Trenton. Knapp traveled north on Highway Z when she lost […]
Two Trenton men were transported to the hospital following a sports utility vehicle accident caused by slick road conditions three miles north of Spickard Tuesday morning. The Highway Patrol reports 52-year-old Ross Elrick and 27-year-old Andrew May were transported to Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton by emergency medical services. Elrick sustained minor injuries, with May […]
Longtime Trenton educator and author Thomas Virgil Brown died Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, in Trenton of natural causes. He was 94. Mr. Brown, Tom to his family and many friends, was born Aug. 9, 1924, on his parents’ farmstead just north of Melbourne in Harrison County, the son of Thomas Armfield Brown, a state legislator, […]
A Chillicothe resident and artist, Kelly Poling, died Sunday at his home, surrounded by his family. Polling was 57 years old and noted for creating many of the murals in Chillicothe and was named Grand Marshal of Chillicothe’s Holiday Parade held last month. The funeral service for Kelly Poling will be Friday, December 7th at […]
More than 250 visitors attended the Living Nativity at Wright Memorial Hospital of Trenton Thursday evening. Hospitality Services Manager Corey Wallace says it was a “great way to start the Christmas season”. Wallace expressed appreciation to the community for its support and hopes everyone has a Merry Christmas.
Wright Memorial Physicians Group of Trenton will open its seasonal clinic Sunday, December 2nd and open each Sunday through flu season. Hours for the clinic will be from 8 o’clock to Noon by appointment only. Call the Physicians Group to schedule an appointment prior to arriving at the seasonal clinic at 660-358-5750.
A pickup truck hit the rear of a farm tractor on Highway 10 southwest of Carrollton Saturday morning resulting in minor injuries. The patrol reports a passenger in the pickup, 70-year old Lola Ford of Richmond, was taken to Carroll County Memorial Hospital in Carrollton with minor injuries. The driver of the pickup, 70-year old […]
More women than men die every year from heart disease and stroke. The good news is that 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented with education and lifestyle changes. Annually, the month of February is designated National Heart Month. While the red dress promotes awareness about women’s heart disease, the red scarf symbolizes lifelines […]