Parents and family

North Central Missouri Mental Health Center to offer free virtual parenting classes

The North Central Missouri Mental Health Center in Chillicothe will offer free parenting classes via Zoom. The sessions will be held Tuesday mornings from 8 o’clock to 9:30 beginning December 1st. Topics will include an introduction to parenting, protective factors, why children misbehave and what to do, 123 Magic, and creative discipline. Participants can choose […]

Cattle Grazing

University of Missouri to host free cattle producers meeting on December 8th

The University of Missouri will host a free meeting for cattle producers. The meeting will be held online via Zoom on December 8th from 6 to 8 o’clock. Viewing locations will be available, including at the North Central Missouri College Barton Farm Campus of Trenton, Harrison County Extension Center of Bethany, and Hundley-Whaley Research Center […]

NCMC Mini Grant Recipients

NCMC Foundation announces Bill Ausmus Faculty/Staff Mini-Grant Recipient

North Central Missouri College Foundation announces the fall 2020 recipient of the Bill Ausmus Faculty/Staff Mini-Grant. Student Support Service (SSS) Assistant Director Tocarra Williams’s proposal for assistive technology for students with learning barriers has been granted full funding.  Mrs. Williams’s grant application requested funding to purchase two digital tools to assist students with dyslexia and […]

North Central Missouri Mental Health Center

North Central Missouri Mental Health Center to remain closed through end of the year

The North Central Missouri Mental Health Center has extended its closure to the public through the end of the year. Mental Health Center offices will be open for staff only. Consumer activities will be conducted via telephone services or telehealth. Medication refill requests will be addressed and completed as usual. Offices will be staffed with […]

North Central Missouri Mental Health Center

North Central Missouri Mental Health Center Board of Directors elects officers

The North Central Missouri Mental Health Center Board of Directors elected officers on November 17th for the 2021 calendar year. Health Center Executive Assistant Pam Wright reports the officers will remain the same. Darrell Wright of Chillicothe will stay president, Rita Martz of Bethany vice president, and Verna Kelsey of Trenton will continue as secretary/treasurer.

East Locust Creek Rervoir

North Central Missouri Regional Water Commission confirms receipt of $25 million award from NRCS

The North Central Missouri Regional Water Commission was notified of an award of $25 million from the Natural Resources Conservation Service to fund the design and construction of the East Locust Creek Reservoir. In addition, Senator Roy Blunt announced the approval of an appropriation from the Senate Appropriations Committee, of which he is a member, […]

Beth Crawford NCMC

Beth Crawford receives Missouri Community College Association Senior Service Award

Beth Crawford, Nursing Faculty/Bethany Site Coordinator of Albany, Missouri, was recently recognized by the Missouri Community College Association for her service to North Central Missouri College and community colleges. Beth received the 2020 Senior Service award at the statewide MCCA convention held virtually November 11-13, 2020. This award is given annually to outstanding community college […]

NCMC Holiday Lighting 2020

North Central Missouri College continues holiday lighting tradition

North Central Missouri College Main campus in Trenton, MO, kept its recent holiday tradition of lighting the tree and lights located in front of Geyer Hall for the second year in a row. Although looking significantly different than 2019, NCMC still launched the holiday season on campus with a welcome from President Dr. Lenny Klaver […]

City of Trenton Website

Economic Development Committee to recommend public vote on “use” tax for Trenton

A committee composed of four members of the Trenton City Council has voted to recommend a public vote on enacting a local “use” tax for the city. The Economic Development Committee on Monday evening discussed the possibility before voting to send a recommendation to the full city council to put the issue on next April’s […]