Northwest Missouri State University

Northwest Missouri State University postponing “in-person” classes until March 23

Northwest Missouri State University announced tonight it is postponing the resumption of in-person classes to protect the health and safety of its students and employees from the spread of COVID-19. Northwest President Dr. John Jasinski informed the campus community, through an email, that classes at its Maryville and Northwest-Kansas City locations will resume Monday, March 23. Students […]

Missouri Soybean Association Website

Ronnie Russell of Richmond to lead Missouri Soybean Association

Ray County soybean farmer Ronnie Russell was elected as the new president of the Missouri Soybean Association during the annual meeting in Jefferson City. Following his installation at the Commodity Classic conference, Russell leads Missouri’s statewide advocacy organization for soybean growers. Ronnie Russell “I look forward to bringing farmers together to strengthen the Missouri soybean […]

Missouri Soybean Association Website

Laclede woman elected to Missouri Soybean Association’s board of directors

The Missouri Soybean Association welcomes a new farmer-leader following this year’s district director elections. Kate Lambert, a farmer from Laclede, was elected to the Association’s board of directors during the District 2 meeting on February 14 in Norborne. She joins her fellow board members in guiding the organization’s policy, advocacy and membership efforts. In addition […]

FFA Website

Trenton FFA Chapter to participate in National FFA Week with a variety of activities

The Trenton FFA Chapter will participate in several events during National FFA Week next week. Members will meet for breakfast at the First Baptist Church Sunday morning at 8:15. Pictures will follow. Members are asked to wear official dress for the church service at 9:30. Senior FFA officers will be on KTTN’s Open Line Monday […]

Ayers Family on Horses

Three generations of family build a beef business at Ayers Stock Farm in Green City

Ayers Stock Farm in Green City, Mo., has spent three generations in the rolling hills of northern Missouri building a beef business driven on horseback. Rick Ayers has been involved in his family’s livestock farm since 1967 and his wife, Jonna Ayers, joined the family farm while both were teaching agriculture education at the local […]

Dr. Albert Cross and his family visiting the state of the art allied health simulation lab in NCMC Cross Hall

NCMC Foundation celebrates 10th anniversary of Cross Hall

NCMC celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the Dr. Albert & Vera Cross Allied Health Building with the announcement of scholarships and an open house.  NCMC Foundation President Allan Seidel welcomed everyone to campus and announced a recent pledge from community partners on the upgrade of the simulation lab.  Mr. Seidel thank Mosaic Life Care, Cameron […]

Missouri Main Street Connection

Outstanding Community Education Campaign award presented to Main Street Chillicothe

Missouri Main Street Connection Inc. (MMSC) presented downtown revitalization awards on July 25, 2019, recognizing revitalization excellence during the annual Missouri Main Street Conference in St. Louis. The event was hosted at The Westin St. Louis. Missouri Main Street Connection is a non-profit designed to help communities preserve their historic commercial districts through economic revitalization. […]

Digital Photography Photo

Focus on Missouri Agriculture Photo Contest winners announced

A captivating photo featuring the picturesque landscape of rural Missouri is the Best in Show for the 2019 Focus on Missouri Agriculture Photo Contest, hosted by the Missouri Department of Agriculture. The photograph, submitted by Wanda Moore of Cabool, Mo., was chosen from more than 1,200 photos submitted by amateur photographers from across Missouri. “The […]

Flower Foods Bread Products

Flower Foods recalling hamburger, hot dog buns due to plastic choking hazard

Flowers Foods, Inc. is voluntarily recalling hamburger and hot dog buns and other bakery products due to the potential presence of small pieces of hard plastic that may have been introduced during production. Consumption of product may cause a choking hazard. The products being recalled were distributed to retail customers under a variety of brand […]

Bright Futures Website

Bright Futures Trenton to sponsor “Back to School” events at several locations in Trenton

Bright Futures Trenton is seeking donations for its Community Back to School event. The free needs-based event for Trenton R-9 families will include activities at multiple locations on August 6, 2019. Items being sought include gently used Trenton Bulldog apparel to be shared through Pass the Pride and gently used gym shoes for elementary school […]