A boil advisory has been issued in Laredo until further notice due to the replacement of a fire hydrant. The advisory affects the area of Second Avenue west to West Avenue and Main Street north to First Street.
A Kirksville woman charged with first-degree murder as well as second-degree murder in Sullivan County following a child death investigation in May was bound over to Division One of Circuit Court Thursday, July 30th. Twenty-Eight-year-old Makuya Stephanie Kambamba is scheduled for arraignment Wednesday, August 5th. Kambamba has also been charged with involuntary manslaughter—first degree, involuntary […]
S. M. Rissler Elementary School in Trenton has released parent guidance on mask use. The information says face masks will be required at the school for the 2020-2021 academic year. It is recommended masks fit snug around the mouth and nose, so a child mask might be needed for younger children. Students will wear a […]
Grundy County Public Water Supply District has issued a precautionary boil advisory for customers at Leisure Lake. This affects those along West Leisure Lake Drive including Devorah Drive and Butcher Drive. The boil advisory will continue until further notice.
The black bear is one of the largest and heaviest wild mammals in Missouri with some reaching up to 500 pounds. It is also a long-distance roamer constantly in search of food. While black bears are usually very secretive and avoid encounters with people, a growing number of bears in the state is resulting in […]
The Grundy County Nursing Home District Board of Directors Tuesday, July 21st approved an asphalt project. Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments Administrator Jerry Doerhoff reports the project will be in the parking lot behind Sunnyview where the employees’ park, and a loading dock. The cost will be $43,000. Malicoat-Winslow presented information on an energy project. […]
Trenton Municipal Utilities has issued a boil advisory for part of Trenton due to the repair of a water main. The advisory includes West 18th Street from Bolser Street to Cedar Street, Bolser from West 15th Street to West 20th Street, Carnes Street from West 15th to West 20th, West 20th from Bolser to Carnes, […]
The Gilman City R-4 Board of Education recently accepted multiple bids. Landes Oil’s bid for propane was accepted at 95 cents per gallon. MFA also submitted a bid at 94.9 cents. Landes and MFA were both accepted for bus and van fuel. Food supply bids were accepted from Graves and the Trenton and Bethany Hy-Vees. […]
Sullivan County Public Water Supply District Number 1 has issued a precautionary boil advisory until further notice due to a water main break. The advisory affects Sullivan Rural Water customers on Route YY north of Anchor Road, Ironbank Drive from Route YY to Spring Creek, Key Road, Ivywood Drive, Illinois Drive, Isaac Drive, Route AB, […]
The Gallatin Board of Aldermen accepted several ordinances this week. One authorized the city entering into an equipment lease agreement with the Friends of Gallatin. Another approved an electric franchise with Farmers’ Electric Cooperative, Incorporated. A third authorized the city entering into a service contract agreement with the Missouri Rural Water Association to conduct sewer […]
The Princeton R-5 Board of Education the evening of Monday, July 13th discussed a return to school plan for the 2020-2021 school year. The district plans to have a traditional start August 25th, with students attending in-person classes five days per week. District administrators will meet with the Mercer County Health Department in late July […]
Even in the era of COVID-19, Master Gardener’s learning options continue to grow. Registration is open for online core training classes through the University of Missouri Extension. Classes begin Aug. 23 and run through Dec. 31, said David Trinklein, Missouri Master Gardener program coordinator, and MU Extension horticulturist. Trinklein teaches the class with Sarah Denkler, […]