Audio: 2021 School Counselor of the Year is from Missouri

Olivia Carter is the 2021 School Counselor of the Year, Missouri School Counselor of the Year, and the school counselor at Jefferson Elementary School in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Carter, who has been a counselor for ten years, says she thinks she was chosen for the national award after helping her elementary school reduce in-school discipline […]

Medical Marijuana

Judge blocks residency rule for Missouri medical marijuana licenses

(Missouri Independent) – A federal judge last week permanently blocked Missouri from enforcing a requirement that medical marijuana licenses go to businesses owned by residents of the state. Following a bench trial Thursday, U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey agreed to grant a permanent injunction. Her written order has not yet been filed. News of the injunction […]

Child Care

USDA and HHS launch resource guide to help rural communities increase access to child care services

United States Department of Agriculture Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development Justin Maxson and Department of Health and Human Services Deputy Assistant Secretary for Early Childhood Development Katie Hamm today unveiled a joint resource guide (PDF, 3.5 MB) to help people in rural and Tribal communities increase access to child care services. “Access to quality, affordable […]

Missouri Bicentennial

Missouri Secretary of State announces divisions of his office participate in Missouri Bicentennial Time Capsule project

Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft is pleased to announce that several divisions of his office participated in the Missouri Bicentennial Time Capsule project. Created by the Missouri Bicentennial Commission, the capsule will hold items contributed by organizations, institutions, and businesses, as well as local and state government agencies, for a period of 25 years before […]

Trenton Chamber of Commerce

Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce to honor two individuals, two businesses and one organization at chamber banquet

Two individuals, two businesses, and one organization will be honored by the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce during its annual banquet/meeting on Friday, June 4, at the Black Silo Winery. The five honorees will be recognized for their service to the community, with M.G. Kennedy and Dan Wilford being named Pillars of the Community while […]

White Clover in a field

Yield and quality improves when legumes are frost seeded at correct time

Forage yield and quality improve when legumes are frost-seeded at the right time, says University of Missouri Extension state forage specialist Craig Roberts. Frost seeding, a method of broadcasting seeds over snow- or frost-covered pastures, improves poor pastures at a low cost. Seeds work their way into the soil and germinate as the ground freezes […]

Lillian DesMarias Youth Library

Lillian DesMarias Youth Library in Chillicothe to offer “12 Days of Christmas Grab & Go Crafts”

The Lillian DesMarias Youth Library will be providing “12 days of Christmas Grab & Go Crafts” Monday-Friday starting Tuesday, December 1st through Wednesday, December 16th. This yearly event looks a little different than in past years. With the COVID-19 restrictions still in place, the library will be providing Grab & Go Crafts instead of having […]

THS Alumni Association

Deadline approaches for submission of information to Trenton High School Alumni Association

Alumni of Trenton High School are reminded that news for publication in the newsletter will be due by the end of this month. This includes information regarding class reunions and individual information sheets for alums. Officials say information must be sent to Post Office 185 in Trenton. Trenton High School Alumni Association secretary Steve Maxey […]

Soybeans

Soybean specialist offers tips for handling weather woes

Mother Nature has much to say about soybean yield and grain quality almost every year, says University of Missouri Extension soybean specialist Bill Wiebold. This year was no exception. Several important soybean-growing regions in Missouri experienced severe drought this year. The most worrisome effect from drought is yield loss, but producers face several other effects […]

Missouri Safety Website

Missouri Department of Labor launches new web portal to promote workplace safety & health

The Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations Division of Labor Standards has launched a new tool that will give Missouri businesses faster access to resources that help them develop safer and healthier workplaces while saving money on lost time and workers’ compensation insurance costs. On Thursday, September 6, at the Governor’s Conference on Economic […]

Trenton R-9 School District

Trenton High School Alumni newsletter coming to a mailbox near you

Mailboxes will soon be filled with the annual Trenton High School Alumni Newsletter and this year’s edition is bigger than usual. Thanks to the contributions of hundreds of alums, the detailed planning by the honor classes and the Foundation Trust for THS, the 2016 edition is 40 pages in length and filled with lots of […]