North Central Missouri College Honorees 2020

Audio: Three former students recognized as “Distinguished Alumni” at NCMC Foundation Pirates Ball

Three former students of Trenton Junior College or North Central Missouri College were recognized as distinguished alumni at the NCMC Foundation Pirates Ball on March 13th. The Distinguished Alumni Class of 2020 included Doctor Jamie Hooyman, John Sturdevant, and Donovan Thompson. Jamie Hooyman attended TJC from 1981 to 1983 and received her Associate in Arts […]

North Central Missouri College Honorees 2020

North Central Missouri College Foundation announces honorees for the Distinguished Alumni Class of 2020

North Central Missouri College Foundation announces the Distinguished Alumni Class for 2020 honorees: Dr. Jamie Hooyman, Mr. John Sturdevant, and Mr. Donovan Thompson. Distinguished Alumni honorees will be recognized during the Pirates Ball on March 13, 2021, at the Ketcham Community Center on the campus of North Central Missouri College along with Voyage Fund donors, […]

Close up hand holding COVID-19 vaccine

Site locations for week four of COVID-19 mass vaccinations announced

Governor Mike Parson identified site locations for week four of the COVID-19 mass vaccination events in partnership with the Missouri National Guard, Department of Health and Senior Services, State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), and local health care systems.  “While weather forecasts indicate Missouri will experience frigid temperatures this week, DHSS, the Missouri National Guard, SEMA, […]

Trenton Chamber of Commerce

Trenton Chamber of Commerce to host trip to Mackinac Island, Michigan

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will host a trip to Mackinac Island, Michigan September 6th through 13th. Highlights of the Discover Mackinac Island trip will include Chicago, Millennium Park, Traverse City Winery, the Charlevoix Mushroom Houses, The Grand Hotel, Frankenmuth, Greenfield Village, and the Henry Ford Museum. The trip package includes seven breakfasts; four […]

Farmer Mick Minchow takes a look at the fine components of his John Deere planter on Monday, June 20, 2016, at his farm in Waverly, Neb. Lincoln Journal Star via AP Kristin Streff

Farmers lobbying for the right to fix own tractors; Manufacturers say they don’t own the sofware

LINCOLN, NEB. – Mick Minchow’s tractors are marvels of modern machinery. They have air conditioning, guidance systems, satellite radio and more sensors than he can shake a corn cob at, all kept running by computer systems and software. But there’s one thing the Waverly farmer doesn’t have: the right to fix his John Deere 8235 R […]