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Department of Natural Resources to host six free pesticide pickups in 2022

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will provide six free waste pesticide collection events in 2022. All of the events will be open from 8 a.m. to noon and are open to all Missouri farmers and households. March 12 – Fisher Delta Research, Extension, and Education Center, 147 W. State Highway T, Portageville March 26 […]

Manslaughter

Minnesota man to face manslaughter charge stemming from vehicle crash in Chillicothe

A Saint Paul, Minnesota man has been charged with first-degree involuntary manslaughter, stemming from a vehicle accident in Chillicothe on December 14th. Online court information shows 36-year-old Isse Mohamed Hassan’s bond was set at $2,500 cash only, no surety. Hassan has been added to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office’s Most Wanted list. He is described […]

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt (Photo Courtesy Missouri AG Office)

Missouri’s largest counties seek to appeal ruling overturning local health orders

(Missouri Independent) – Jackson and St. Louis Counties requested Monday that they be permitted to intervene and appeal a recent court ruling that they argue has “upended the longstanding public health framework” in Missouri. In a filing submitted Monday afternoon and obtained by The Independent, the two counties asked Cole County Circuit Court Judge Daniel […]

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NCMC hosts legislative forum with four state representatives, one senator, two representatives for federal legislators and president of MCCA

Four state representatives, one state senator, two representatives for federal legislators, and the president of the Missouri Community College Association spoke at a forum in Trenton November 29th. The legislative forum was in Cross Hall on the campus of North Central Missouri College. The speakers were asked to answer one question: What is your perspective […]

Big Rig Crash

Cameron man injured when car struck by Kenworth truck

The Highway Patrol reports a Cameron man sustained moderate injuries when the car he drove was struck by a Kenworth truck seven miles east of Saint Joseph the morning of November 26th. Emergency medical services transported 74-year old David Marmet to Mosaic Life Care. No injuries were reported for truck driver 74-year-old John Chase of […]

Domestic Violence

St. Joseph man facing three felonies involving domestic disputer in Braymer

A Saint Joseph man has been charged with three felonies after an alleged domestic dispute in Braymer in September. Thirty-two-year-old Kyle Lee Case faces first and second-degree domestic assault and armed criminal action. Bond was set at $100,000 cash only. He is not to have contact with the alleged victim. A probable cause affidavit says […]

Doctor Jessica Snyder

Jessica Snyder, M.D. joins the team at Saint Luke’s Mercer County Clinic and Wright Memorial Hospital

Saint Luke’s Mercer County Clinic in Princeton, and Wright Memorial Physicians’ Group in Trenton, are pleased to welcome Jessica Snyder, M.D., to the medical team. Dr. Snyder is currently spending most of her time in the Mercer County Clinic, but in 2022 will also have scheduled clinic days at Wright Memorial Physicians’ Group in Trenton. […]

Murder

Jury trial scheduled in DeKalb County for Hamilton man charged with murder

A jury trial has been scheduled in DeKalb County for a Hamilton man charged with second-degree murder. The DeKalb County Circuit Clerk’s Office reports the trial for 38-year-old Frank Randall Allen Bostic is set to be April 25th through 29th. He has also been charged with felony first-degree domestic assault involving serious physical injury. In […]

Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri

Audio: Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri promotes strategic plan for expanding projects

Expanding projects is one of three parts to the Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri’s strategic plan for the next few years. Executive Director Chris Small reports that, at a national level, Community Action has always focused on helping individuals and families. He explains that, in the last five to eight years, there has […]

State Representative Rusty Black

Audio: Seventh District State Representative Rusty Black on legislation, vaccine mandates and schools

Seventh District State Representative Rusty Black is finishing his fifth year in the legislature. He says he has gotten into a niche with a group of people who work with him on legislation. He is on the Missouri State Employee Retirement System Board of Trustees. He reports there is a piece of legislation he has […]

Church Women United

Church Women United Thrift Shop and Community Food Pantry topics of Trenton Rotary Club program

The Church Women United Thrift Shop and Community Food Pantry of Grundy County were the topics of a Trenton Rotary Club program October 28th. Barbara Spencer discussed the thrift shop. The store is a 501(c)(3) and provides donations to various organizations in Grundy County, including the women’s shelter, children’s advocacy center, food pantry, ministerial alliance, […]

School Threat

Threat received by Cameron R-1 School District results in arrest of 17-year-old teenager

An investigation into a threat received by the Cameron R-1 School District on Tuesday evening, October 26, 2021, resulted in the arrest of a 17-year-old teenager. According to Detective Sergeant Dan Miller with the Cameron Police Department, the school administration and the school resource officer contacted the police and reported the threat that was made […]

Hope Award winner Ashley Stiles 2021

Wright Memorial Hospital announces Hope Award winner

The Saint Luke’s Hope Award celebrates employees who exemplify spirituality, integrity, and compassion while carrying out the healing ministry of Saint Luke’s Health System. 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 […]

Dr. Khannah Smith, M.D.

Screening encouraged during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Since the program began in 1985, mammography rates have more than doubled for women age 50 and older. According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women, outside of skin cancers. About 1 in 8 (13%) women in the US will develop […]

Health News

Saint Luke’s Mercer County Clinic in Princeton to be open on Fridays

Saint Luke’s Mercer County Clinic in Princeton will now be open on Fridays throughout the fall/winter months.  Patient care hours are now Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Contact the office at 660-748-4040 to make an appointment with Dr. Tammy Hart, or new Family Practice Physician, Dr. Jessica Snyder.

18-Wheel truck big rig

Two big rigs crash on northbound I-35 injuring one driver

The Highway Patrol reports an Indianola, Iowa man sustained serious injuries when the Freightliner truck he drove hit the towed unit of a Kenworth truck in northeastern Clinton County at noon on Friday, October 15. An ambulance took 61-year-old James Paul to Mosaic Life Care in Saint Joseph. No injuries were reported for the other […]