A Trenton resident was hurt late Saturday night when a sport side-by-side vehicle overturned in southern Livingston County. Twenty-five-year-old Monica Proctor was taken to Hedrick Medical Center in Chillicothe with minor injuries. Proctor was a passenger on the vehicle operated by 24-year-old Vincent Mathews of Hale who was not reported hurt. The crash happened approximately […]
A Rock Port man was hurt early Sunday in Nodaway County when the motorcycle he was operating was hit by a deer and went out of control. Twenty-year-old James Barnhart was taken to Fairfax Community Hospital with moderate injuries. The crash took place two miles west of Burlington Junction on Highway 136 as Barnhart had […]
The North Central Missouri Development Alliance and the City of Trenton have announced work with a prospective manufacturing business to locate in the community. A news release says the business “would be a safe and secure cultivation and production facility that would produce pharmaceutical-grade cannabis.” The business is projected to start by creating 30 full-time […]
Organizations from Grundy County will participate in an exercise taking place on September 14th, 2019. The exercise is being conducted in order to test and improve the community’s overall preparedness for an emergency event. The fictional exercise simulates an Earthquake. Exercise participants will simulate building collapses, utility failures, fires and will treat volunteers who are […]
Hepatitis A was diagnosed in an employee at the Bob Evans restaurant located at 3151 Phoenix Center Drive, Washington, Missouri, 63090. The investigation by the Franklin County Health Department found that this employee worked while infectious during the timeframe of August 3-10. While it is uncommon for restaurant patrons to become infected with hepatitis A […]
A section of Mable Street in Trenton will be closed Saturday to maintain the safety of North Central Missouri College students on Move-In Day. Mable Street will be closed from 13th Street to Crowder Road Saturday from 8 o’clock in the morning to midnight as students move into Selby and Ellsworth residence halls.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is accepting applications for new commercial vehicle officers. The 10th Commercial Vehicle Officer Class is scheduled to begin training on February 3, 2020. The application deadline is October 1, 2019. Interested parties are encouraged to apply. The Human Resources Division will contact each applicant to determine their location(s) of interest. […]
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education approved the 2019 tax rate at a hearing prior to its regular meeting on Tuesday evening. The board set the tax rate at $4.127 cents per $100 of assessed valuation which includes $3.227 for the incidental fund and 90 cents for the debt service. The 2019 tax levy is […]
A woman and child from Kansas City died, and another child from Kansas City was injured as the result of a sport utility vehicle striking the towed unit of a heavy-duty semi-trailer truck at Cameron early Tuesday morning. The DeKalb County coroner pronounced Lathrop and Spearman-Lathrop dead at the scene about an hour after the […]
Sunday morning, about 10 o’clock, the operator of a motorcycle died when a deer was struck on Knox County Route A, two miles northwest of Novelty. The accident claimed the life of 45-year-old Aaron Vansickle of Hurdland. Vansickle was using safety equipment and the patrol report indicated the motorcycle was demolished.
An 11-year-old girl in northeast Missouri has died in UTV crash in rural Knox County. Eleven-year-old, MaryJane Shey, was ejected from a utility vehicle that the highway patrol said was attempting to climb a hill when the driver lost control and the machine struck a tree. The operator of the UTV was listed as 31-year-old […]