Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve ordinances, choose not to adjust sewer charges for additional water usage

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen on October 25, 2021, approved two ordinances, which amended the city code and entered into a contract. A section of the city code was amended relating to alcoholic beverages. It now says “all opening and closing days and hours for a license issued…shall be in accordance with the provisions of […]

Hope Award winner Ashley Stiles 2021

Wright Memorial Hospital announces Hope Award winner

The Saint Luke’s Hope Award celebrates employees who exemplify spirituality, integrity, and compassion while carrying out the healing ministry of Saint Luke’s Health System. Saint Luke’s Health System began with the founding of Saint Luke’s Hospital by the Episcopal Church. The Church named the hospital after Saint Luke, author of the Gospel of Luke in […]

Charges Filed

Bethany man facing charges of property damage and assault after incident at Harrison County Community Hospital

A Bethany man faces charges after an alleged incident at the Harrison County Community Hospital of Bethany on October 22, 2021. Thirty-two-year-old Jay Ronald Rasmussen has been charged with felony first degree property damage and misdemeanor fourth-degree assault involving special victims. Bond was set at $25,000 cash only, and a bond hearing is scheduled for […]

Trenton High School

Trenton High School Principal Kasey Bailey is MASC “Administrator of the Year”

Trenton High School Principal Kasey Bailey was chosen on October 22, 2021, as Administrator of the Year for the Missouri Association of Student Councils for the Northwest Region. Trenton High School Student Council Advisor Brenda Thorne reports Bailey was chosen based on letters of recommendation for the support he has shown for special education staff […]

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Crash in Braymer injures one driver

A Braymer woman sustained injuries when one car hit another near Second Street and Route A in Braymer the afternoon of October 22. Emergency medical services took 50-year-old Tammy Claerhout to the Hedrick Medical Center with minor injuries. No injuries were reported for the other driver, 35-year-old Michael Minnick of Wheeling. Minnick drove a car […]

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Two health departments report on COVID cases; Sullivan County to hold COVID-19 vaccine clinic

The Sullivan County Health Department October 22nd confirmed six additional COVID-19 cases since October 21st, raising the total to 1,246. The number of active cases stayed at 31. The Livingston County Health Center reported October 22nd one COVID-19 case had been added since October 20th. There were 2,362 cases total, and seven were active. The […]

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Unionville man injured in attempt to avoid deer in roadway

A Unionville man sustained minor injuries when the pickup truck he drove swerved to avoid a deer and overturned one mile north of Hartford on Friday afternoon, October 22. A private vehicle transported 70-year old David Hoerner to Putnam County Memorial Hospital. The pickup traveled north on Route YY before running off the right side […]

Bright Futures Website

Audio: Bright Futures Trenton assists over 1500 students in 2020-2021 school year

Bright Futures Trenton plans to start new initiatives and restart others. Co-coordinator Terri Critten highlighted the services and programs to come at the group’s Celebration and Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon on October 22, 2021. She explained Bright Futures has received five requests for beds in the district so far this school year. The group usually posts […]

Faith Cerinity Richardson

Obituary for Faith Cerinity Richardson

Faith Cerinity Richardson age 17, a resident of Cameron, Missouri passed away on Sunday, October 17, 2021, in Chillicothe, Missouri. Faith was born the daughter of Bobby Sayers on February 14, 2004, in St. Joseph, Missouri.  She attended Cameron High School Cameron, Missouri.  Faith participated in Marching Band and was on the Girls Wrestling team.  […]

Spickard School

Spickard Board of Education declines the use of “Test to Stay” COVID protocol

The Spickard R-2 Board of Education voted October 18, 2021, to DECLINE the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education COVID-19 Test to Stay option for students and staff. The board accepted a bid from Ace Roofing for cafeteria roof repairs for $11,172. A Princeton bus mechanic proposal was approved. Superintendent Erica Eakes reports the Princeton […]

Missouri Governor Mike Parson

Governor Parson announces new Acting Directors for five departments

Governor Mike Parson announced that new Acting Directors will take over at the Department of Economic Development, Department of Mental Health, Department of Social Services, Office of Administration, and Department of Revenue.  Department of Economic Development Maggie Kost will take over as DED Acting Director upon Director Rob Dixon’s departure on October 22, 2021. In […]

Missouri Public Service Commission

Public Service Commission sets deadline in territorial agreement case between Grundy Electric and Galt

Grundy Electric Cooperative and the City of Galt, Missouri have filed a joint application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking Commission approval of a territorial agreement between the two electric service providers. According to the application, the purpose of the agreement is to allow Grundy to purchase Galt’s electric facilities and provide electric service […]

Spickard School

Spickard R-2 Board of Education addresses a number of issues at Monday meeting

The Spickard R-2 Board of Education on September 20, 2021, approved changing the custodian position from part-time to full-time. Paula Fagan was appointed to fill a vacancy on the board. Superintendent Erica Eakes reports the term will go until the election in April. Fagan was the only applicant for the position.  Eakes says the position was […]

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Quilt to be raffled off at halftime of Chillicothe Football Game with proceeds to benefit cancer patients

The Professional Firefighters of Chillicothe Local 2460 and the Livingston County Assistance Program have done boot blocks and will raffle off a donated cancer quilt to support cancer patients. They are also selling cancer awareness T-shirts. Chillicothe Mayor Theresa Kelly has signed a proclamation declaring October 22nd as Cancer Awareness Day. A table will be […]