Missouri Day Festival

Contest winners announced at Missouri Day opening ceremony

The winners of several contests were announced at the Missouri Day Opening Ceremony Thursday night. Those receiving first place in the Coloring Contest included preschooler Nora Guthrie of Trenton R-9, kindergartener Jamison Christy of Grundy County R-5, first-grader Barrett Etter of Rissler Elementary School, second-grader Maggi Wynn of Grundy R-5, third-grader Kennedy Cross of Rissler, […]

Marching Band in Parade

Trenton Marching Festival Committee corrects mistake on admission price in press release

The Trenton Marching Festival Committee has corrected a mistake in publicity regarding the cost of admission to the field shows Saturday afternoon. Admission for the performances at C. F. Russell Stadium will be $5.00 for everyone at least 13 years old and free for attendees 12 and younger. Admission will be free for the color […]

Identity Theft

Mexican national sentenced for identity theft, illegally re-entering the United States

A Mexican national who illegally entered the United States at least a dozen times was sentenced in federal court for illegal reentry and for stealing a deceased person’s identity to obtain employment. Rigoberto Vasquez-Milan, 37, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Howard F. Sachs to two years and six months in federal prison without parole. […]

Williams, Tocarra 2019

NCMC Trio Program receives grant to celebrate first-generation students

The North Central Missouri College Trio program, Student Support Services was recently awarded a grant to help celebrate and support students that are first-generation college attendees. Tocarra Williams, Student Support Services Program Coordinator was the writer of the grant and has already many plans to recognize first-generation students. As a Trio program, students can qualify […]

Trenton, Missouri

Trenton Administrative Committee: Public’s trash becoming a problem at reservoir

The Trenton Administrative Committee decided to advertise for bids on items on Tuesday evening. City Administrator Ron Urton reports bids will be sought for snow removal on the Ninth Street Bridge and for hay mowing. The Administrative Committee also decided to draft a policy on specialty signs when requested by the public. There was also […]

Charges Filed

Authorities file felony charges in Livingston County following stolen vehicle investigation

Three felony counts have been filed in Livingston County against a Chillicothe man accused in an early Monday morning incident that involved a police investigation of an alleged stolen vehicle. Fifty-five-year-old Bobby Jay Oleson has been charged with tampering with a motor vehicle in the first degree; resisting or interfering with an arrest for a […]