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Audio: Missouri man sentenced to 4-years in prison for embezzling $4 million

A Kirkwood businessman who embezzled $4,000,000 from his employer is heading to federal prison for four years.     That sentence was handed down to Bryan Vonderahe who pleaded guilty back in October to wire fraud for embezzling nearly four-million-dollars from the Boyd Group. He served as the company’s CEO. Prosecutors say he set himself […]

Debra England (Left) and Katrina England (Right)

Audio: Maysville couple charged with locking 9-year-old child in cage

DeKalb County Sheriff Andy Clark reports the arrest of two Maysville women Tuesday who were later charged with the felonies of abuse or neglect of a child and endangering the welfare of the child. Deputies and Children’s Division investigators took a child diagnosed with autism into protective custody with the Department of Social Services for […]

Pleasant View R-6 School

Pleasant View Board of Education hires additional teacher for next school year

The Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education agreed on hiring an additional elementary school teacher for the 2020-2021 school year on Tuesday evening. Also approved was the seventh and eighth-grade science fair winners attending the Regional Science Fair in Saint Joseph March 27th and the first and second grades going on a field trip to […]

Leadership Northwest Missouri Class of 2020

Twenty four participants begin Leadership Northwest Missouri Program

Twenty-Four women and men make up the 2020 class of Leadership Northwest Missouri, an annual series of sessions that bring together existing and emerging leaders from throughout a 19-county region to discover and sharpen their leadership skills, explore regional issues, and build a network of contacts throughout Northwest Missouri. The 2020 class began with a […]

William Derek Williams

Former Cameron teacher sentenced to prison on sodomy charge

A former Cameron High School teacher was sentenced in Division One of Clinton County Circuit Court on Monday on felony second-degree sodomy. William Derek Williams was sentenced to five years in the Department of Corrections. He was sentenced in federal court in January to 20 years in federal prison without parole and 10 years of […]

Country Home In Trenton, Mo

Country Home Inn motel sells at Grundy County Courthouse steps

Some 20 people gathered at the Grundy County Courthouse last Wednesday afternoon to view a trustees’ real estate sale of a former business location: the Country Home Inn. An attorney, John Franken of Carrollton, conducted the sale outside (at 2 o’clock) at the west steps of the Courthouse to satisfy a debt. Franken began the […]

Deputy Leadbetter and K-9 Zaki

K-9 Zaki essential to law enforcement in Livingston County

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports K-9 Handler Deputy Nicholas Leadbetter and K-9 Zaki logged more than 272 hours of training in 2019. The training included narcotics detection; obedience; tracking, article search, and bite work; and certifications. The two have found and seized various amounts of drugs with a suspected combined street value of $27,527. […]

Missouri Day Festival

Open meeting for Missouri Day Festival 2020 set for Thursday

Discussion regarding Missouri Day Festival 2020 will occurred during an open meeting coming up Thursday, February 13th in Trenton. This meeting will be in the basement room of Citizen’s Bank and Trust in downtown Trenton beginning at 5:15. The Trenton area chamber of commerce organizes activities for the Missouri Day Festival each year. The public […]

Retirement Plan

MU Extension offers program to help farmers, businesses with succession and retirement planning

The University of Missouri Extension offers a series of Tuesday-night workshops to help farmers and business people with succession and estate and retirement planning. “Your Farm, Your Business, Your Future” is 6-9 p.m. February 4, 11 and 18 at multiple locations. An alternative date of March 3 is set in case of inclement weather. A […]

Amanda Riley, RN

Carroll County Memorial Hospital announces Nurse Navigator Program

Healthcare can be a complex path to follow. Even as healthcare providers, you can find yourself lost in the system. Imagine being a patient with a new or worsening diagnosis, trying to navigate to multiple appointments and facilities. It can be a daunting task for patients and their families. Carroll County Memorial Hospital has implemented […]