Trenton Missouri Police Department (TPD)

Police report the arrest of Trenton man for spray painting incidents; warrants issued for two others

Trenton Police have investigated spray painting incidents that include the arrest, so far, of one person. 21-year-old Aaron Zachary Wolf-Moffitt of Trenton faces two felony counts of property damage in the first degree. Wolf-Moffitt acted in concert with two others to spray paint the Russ Derry baseball facility belonging to North Central Missouri College and […]

Missouri State Highway Patrol Website New 2021 (MSHP)

Missouri State Highway Patrol to graduate 29 new troopers in July 23 ceremony

The superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces that 29 troopers will graduate from the Patrol’s Law Enforcement Academy on Friday, July 23, 2021. The ceremony will take place on the South Lawn of the Missouri State Capitol and the public is invited. The graduation ceremony will be live-streamed on the Patrol’s YouTube channel. […]

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U.S. House votes to remove bust of Supreme Court justice who wrote Dred Scott decision

(Missouri Independent) – The U.S. House voted Tuesday to remove from the Capitol a bust of the late Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Taney, who in 1857 wrote the Dred Scott decision (Dred Scott pictured above article) that stripped all Black Americans, free or slave, of their citizenship. The legislation passed on a vote of 285-120 with only 67 […]

President Biden signs law making Juneteenth an official holiday (Photo is screenshot of Whitehouse video of signing event)

Video: Biden signs law making Juneteenth a federal holiday. State offices will close in Missouri

(Missouri Independent) – President Joe Biden on Thursday signed into law legislation declaring a legal public holiday annually on June 19, the date of the end of slavery in the U.S. known as Juneteenth. “Throughout history, Juneteenth has been known by many names—Jubilee Day, Freedom Day, Liberation Day,” Vice President Kamala Harris said at the […]

Police Standoff

Cameron police officers respond to domestic assault, which turns into standoff with police

Cameron Police Chief Rick Bashor reports a standoff in Cameron on Friday evening, June 4, ended with negotiators talking a suspect out of a residence without incident.  This after the police department responded to the area of Grand and Short avenues in reference to a domestic assault. Bashor says, upon arrival, officers discovered the suspect […]

Governor Mike Parson

Governor Mike Parson’s office releases names of 36 individuals granted pardons

On Monday, May 31, 2021, Governor Mike Parson granted 36 pardons pursuant to Article IV, Section 7 of the Constitution of the State of Missouri. Official pardon documents have been filed with the appropriate government agencies and are being sent to the individuals. Governor Parson has instructed his legal team to continue reviewing clemency files […]

Parson signing new legislation

Governor Parson grants 36 pardons

Governor Mike Parson granted 36 pardons under Article IV, Section 7 of the Constitution of the State of Missouri. Official pardon documents have been filed with the appropriate government agencies and are being sent to the individuals. In the interest of privacy, the Governor’s Office will not immediately release the names of the individuals granted […]

Covid-19 vaccine

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Service partners with agencies to ensure vaccine for the homebound

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced a partnership between the Area Agencies on Aging, local public health agencies, and Emergency Medical Services to ensure homebound adults have a streamlined and accessible vaccination experience across the state. Understanding that various communities have already developed a plan for vaccinating homebound individuals in their area, […]

Senator Roy Blunt

Lawmakers sponsor legislation to prevent IRS from being used as political weapon against citizens

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) announced that he and other lawmakers are co-sponsors of legislation to prevent the Internal Revenue Service from being used as a political weapon against American citizens. “People across Missouri are rightly concerned about the kind of government overreach and political targeting we’ve seen from the IRS in the past,” said […]

Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine

Sullivan County Health Department now offering COVID-19 vaccine for children

The Sullivan County Health Department can now administer Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to individuals at least 12 years old. The office is taking a list of names for parents or guardians interested in the Pfizer vaccine for themselves or their children. The health department also offers the Janssen Johnson and Johnson vaccine for adults and scheduling […]