Chillicothe Police Wednesday morning responded to an injury accident that involved a vehicle striking a building in the 800 block of First Street. A police report indicates a vehicle driven by Connie Sowder was attempting to park in front of the business and her foot apparently slipped off the brake onto the gas pedal. Officers […]
The Trenton Rotary Club has sponsorships available for American and Missouri flags that line the Missouri Day Parade route and the Ninth Street Bridge. Rotary Club member Brian Upton says businesses or individuals can sponsor a four by six-foot flag to commemorate or memorialize someone for three years for $50.00 with proceeds going to the […]
A Grundy Electric Cooperative crew left Wednesday morning to assist with restoration efforts for Hurricane Michael. Grundy Electric reports the four-lineman crew and two trucks headed for Talquin Electric Cooperative in Quincy, Florida. The Florida-based distribution coop serves about 53,000 members in four Panhandle counties.
The Grundy County Commission is seeking proposals for lease and purchase financing of a 2018 John Deere 210G excavator. Proposals must be submitted to the Commission by the morning of October 23rd at 9 o’clock. Details are available by contacting the County Clerk’s Office in the courthouse at 700 Main Street in Trenton or at […]
The Trenton R-9 School District continues to move closer to the possibility of a performing arts center being built and several renovations to district buildings. Superintendent Dan Wiebers reported to the Board of Education Tuesday evening that the district received nine requests for qualifications for architectural services, which was more than he expected to receive. […]
Vocal music will be heard Thursday night as performed by students of the Trenton Middle School and High School. The program is entitled “Sing Every Morning and Noon and Night.” The presentation will be held at the First Baptist Church in Trenton on Thursday, October 11th at 7 pm. Performances will be by the Trenton […]
The Laredo R-7 Board of Education accepted a snow removal bid at its meeting Monday evening. The bid was from Larry Lloyd for $125 for a first blading and $75 for a second blading within a 12-hour timeframe. A one-year contract with Interstate Studio was approved for photography. The board also approved Misty Foster as […]
Low water pressure has prompted a precautionary boil advisory for the town of Mercer. City Clerk Colleen Hinshaw reports the boil water advisory continues for the next 48-hours until Thursday morning for customers in Mercer.
A breakfast is planned later this month to recognize the many volunteers working in support of Bright Futures Trenton. An open invitation is extended to individuals, businesses, and groups who have supported the program during the past year. The breakfast is also open to anyone interested in becoming involved in the future. The Bright Futures Trenton […]
Trenton’s rainfall is in excess of six inches since it began five days ago. For the 24 hour period ending at 7 o’clock Monday morning, Trenton’s official rainfall report from the fire station was 3.57 inches which established a new record for October 8th, in Trenton smashing the previous mark of 1.22 inches. The rain […]
Continuing rain has caused creek and river levels to rise, also likely spilling over onto roads that are prone to flooding. As of 8:15 am Monday morning, a Grundy County Emergency alert has been issued advising several roads are flooded with motorists advised to use caution when driving. In the Trenton area, a caller told KTTN […]
Two hiring events will be held at the Trenton Job Center this week. The Missouri Department of Corrections will hold a job fair for those interested in joining the Western Missouri Correctional Center Team on Tuesday morning October 9th from 8:30 to 11:30. Interested individuals can apply online. Call Department of Corrections Recruiter Samona Kosfeld at […]