Celebrating the 4th of July, Independence Day, fireworks and flags

Fourth of July celebration in Green City includes parade, and showcase of vehicles

A Fourth of July event will be held in Green City celebrating Missouri’s bicentennial. Activities that morning will include a Lady Lions Breakfast, Ministerial Alliance Community Church Service, and a kiddie parade. Janice Booth will be the Grand Marshal for the Fourth of July Parade at 11:30. The John T. McCarty Memorial Car, Motorcycle, Truck, […]

Livingston County Library

Livingston County Library to hold virtual tour of Grand River Museum Bicentennial exhibits

The Livingston County Library will hold a virtual tour of the Grand River Museum’s Bicentennial exhibits as part of its adult summer reading program. Museum Curator Pam Clingerman will lead the tour, which will include the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church and other exhibits in the main building of the museum. The tour will be […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen report crews to begin installation of new electric and water meters

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved two ordinances on Monday, June 14 that authorized entering into service contract agreements. One involved a telemetry system with Micro-Comm for the water plant supervisory control and data acquisition system. The other involved a uniform service contract agreement with Aramark. The board agreed to hire Decker Construction to insert […]

Carl Lutz

Lawmakers introduce resolution honoring holocaust hero Carl Lutz

U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (Mo.) and Bob Casey (Pa.) introduced a resolution honoring Carl Lutz, a Swiss diplomat who saved more than 50,000 people – half of the surviving Jewish population of Budapest – from deportation to concentration camps during the Holocaust. While working in Nazi-occupied Hungary, Lutz obtained permission from Nazi leadership to issue […]

Sex Offender

Audio: Missouri Senate gives final approval to legislation keeping sex offenders away from Missouri conservation areas

Legislation aimed at keeping registered sex offenders away from state Conservation areas has been given final approval today (Thursday) by the Missouri Senate. Riddle notes current Missouri law bans sex offenders from being 500 feet of public parks with playground equipment, public swimming pools, and children’s museums.     The only exception would be a […]

Sex Offender

Audio: Missouri Department of Conservation backs legislation keeping registered sex offenders away from conservation areas

The Missouri Department of Conservation and the Conservation Federation of Missouri support legislation aimed at keeping registered sex offenders away from state Conservation areas. House Bill 1090 is sponsored by State Rep. Barry Hovis (R-Whitewater), a former law enforcement officer with more than 30 years of experience. The House Public Safety Committee approved the bill 8-0, and it’s […]

Missouri State Parks

Missouri state parks and historic sites prepare for 2021 camping season

Missouri state park and historic site campgrounds are preparing for the 2021 camping season, which typically begins April 1. On-season begins earlier at some campgrounds than others. Visit mostateparks.com/activity/camping for opening dates at specific campgrounds. To help guarantee a safe and enjoyable camping experience, the following new and updated procedures have been implemented. To ensure […]

City of Chillicothe Website

Chillicothe City Council to consider three ordinances at next meeting

The Chillicothe City Council will consider three ordinances next week regarding a bid, an engineering contract, and a purchase agreement. The council will meet in the Chillicothe Municipal Utilities meeting room on the evening of December 28th at 6:30. One ordinance would accept a bid for a new asphalt paver. Another would accept an engineering […]

Audio: Trenton’s first parade of the year, the “Trenton Christmas Parade,” rolls through downtown on Friday

The first parade of the year in Trenton will be held on December 4th. Various entries will begin lining up at the Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri at 5:30 that evening. The parade will start at 6 o’clock. Cindy Jennings with Five Points Alive says the route will go past East View Manor, Bristol Manor, […]

Audio: Cindy Jennings and Chuck Jones provide details on the Trenton Christmas Parade

The Trenton Christmas Parade will kick off on December 4, 2020, and will have something for everyone. Cindy Jennings and Chuck Jones of the Trenton Coca-Cola Bottling Company were in the studio recently to discuss every aspect of the parade.  The parade route will be fairly lengthy and will include the Trenton High School Band […]

Pershing State Park

John J. Pershing Boyhood Home State Historic Site and Locust Creek Covered Bridge host public meeting November 18

Representatives from Missouri State Parks invite the public to attend an informational meeting about the Gen. John J. Pershing Boyhood Home State Historic Site and Locust Creek Covered Bridge on Wednesday, Nov. 18. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at the Pershing Memorial Museum and Leadership Archives building located at 905 Ausmus St. in Laclede. […]