Cody Pfister

Audio: Man who licked various items at Missouri Walmart charged with “Terrorist Threat”

A 26-year-old eastern Missouri man is accused of posting a video online of himself licking items at a Walmart store this month. “Who’s afraid of the coronavirus?” Cody Pfister, 26, said in a video he later posted to social media.  Warrenton police said in a statement the department had been contacted by people in the […]

NCMC - North Central Missouri College

NCMC Board of Trustees approve Pandemic Response Policy at busy meeting on Tuesday

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approved a Pandemic Response Policy and several other items related to COVID-19 Tuesday evening. The Pandemic Response Policy allows for 10 days of paid emergency leave to be made available immediately for current full-time employees who are unable to work due to needing to care for a […]

Coronavirus Update

Grundy County Health Department: No known cases of COVID-19 in Grundy County

In an update on responding to the coronavirus concerns, the Grundy County Health Department says testing is not done by their office. KTTN news inquired with Health Center Administrator Elizabeth Gibson who tells us the health care providers are doing the testing. That means the testing can be done at Wright Memorial Hospital, the Physician’s […]

Missouri Hospital Association

Missouri Hospital Association: There are laws we need changed in the short term to deal with Coronavirus

As of this posting, two Missourians have tested positive for the coronavirus out of 73 tested. Others are being triaged through clinics, healthcare providers, telemedicine, and hospitals. The burden on hospitals at this time is checking, testing and treating symptomatic patients who come into the emergency rooms– whether they have COVID-19 or not. That could […]

Missouri Sunshine Law

Missouri State Auditor announces transparency initiative to make Sunshine requests/responses accessible to the public

State Auditor Nicole Galloway announced that Sunshine Law requests submitted to her office, and responses to those requests, are publicly available online and free of charge. More than 200,000 pages of responsive documents and materials can be viewed here. “As Missouri’s independent watchdog, I consistently encourage governments at all levels to adopt policies that strengthen the […]

Meth Bust

Vehicle stop in Chillicothe results in driver arrest for methamphetamine

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports a vehicle stop in the 200 block of Second Street in Chillicothe resulted in a meth bust and the arrest of the driver. Forty-eight-year-old Barry Cooper of Chillicothe has been charged with felony delivery of a controlled substance except for 35 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid. […]

Wheels Wine and Car Show Winner

Wheels and Wine Car Show raises nearly $800 to assist in officer Jasmine Diabs recovery

In addition to raising support for Camp Rainbow held each summer at Crowder State Park west of Trenton, the Wheels and Wine Car Show Committee and the Black Silo Winery had a raffle to raise funds for Trenton Police officer Jasmine Diab, who was injured in the line of duty A Facebook posting from Black Silo announced the […]

Trenton R-9 School District

Trenton R-9 Board of Education agenda includes salary schedules and tuition rates

The Trenton R-9 Board of Education will consider approval of salary schedules for the next school year at its meeting on Tuesday evening March 12th at 5:30. Items on the agenda include the tuition rate, a QNS contract extension, an audit bid posting, grant requests, updating this school year’s calendar, a building project update, the […]