Wright Memorial Hospital celebrated Saint Luke’s Day. The origins of the faith-based 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 the New Testament of the Bible, who was also a physician and […]
The Putnam County R-1 School District recently recognized Chloe Tipton as the Career and Technical Education Student of the Month for October 2019. The acknowledgment included the presentation of a certificate, a CTE Student of the Month shirt, and the addition of her name to the 2019-2020 CTE Student of the Month awards plaque which […]
Dates and locations in Chillicothe and Trenton have been announced for the Salvation Army to begin taking applications for assistance during the upcoming Christmas season. Families have the opportunity to signup when they provide social security numbers for all members of the household; a photo identification for anyone 18 years old and older; as well […]
Parent-teacher conferences will be held at Trenton R-9 schools next week. Trenton High School and Middle School will dismiss October 17, 2019, at 1:07 with conferences at the high school from 2.00 to 7:00 and at the middle school from 2 to 7 o’clock. Parents can pick up grade cards in the respective office prior […]
Daviess County Public Water Supply District Number 2 will have an interruption of service for some customers starting Wednesday morning, October 9, 2019, at 9 o’clock. The outage will affect customers living west of Midway Avenue and north of Route DD and may last until Thursday. Those customers will be under a boil advisory until […]
Trenton Middle School has announced its October Students of the Month with a character trait of respect. Students selected are fifth-graders Lillian Ortega and Karsen Spencer, sixth-graders Laylah Clause and Kameron Foster, seventh-graders Barbara Eugenio and Kiefer Tolson, and eighth-graders Kinze Hanson and Ronald Woods.
Carroll County Memorial Hospital announces the launch of a toll-free Medicare Insurance helpline, which is designed to help Medicare beneficiaries receive education about Medicare and select a health plan that fits their needs and budget, while also retaining their existing hospital and doctors. The free helpline connects callers with licensed agents who can assist in […]
The speaker has been announced for the Mercer County Health Department’s Breast Cancer Luncheon next week. Health Department Administrator Gina Finney says area resident and breast cancer survivor Julie Wheeling Cornelison will share her experiences. The luncheon will be held at the Country Woods Event Center in Princeton on October 9, 2019, from noon to […]
Milan High School held its Homecoming coronation Thursday night with the Candidate at large, sophomore Jennifer Bahena, crowned Homecoming Queen. Spokesperson Ali McCully says the Milan football team chose Bahena to run for Homecoming Queen.
Governor Mike Parson and Missouri State Fair Director Mark Wolfe announced the attendance total for this year’s Missouri State Fair. Final numbers confirm that 337,112 individuals attended the 11-day Fair this August. “For more than a century, the Missouri State Fair has been second to none, showcasing the best of Missouri agriculture. We are proud […]
Milan High School will hold various activities this week to celebrate Homecoming Week. The Homecoming Queen will be crowned at a pep assembly at Cal Hubbard Field on Thursday night at 7 o’clock. Milan Activities Director Tyler Clark reports Queen candidates are Amy Hernandez from the senior class, Jewel Kelsey representing juniors, Cady Pauley representing […]