Two in arrest report from Grundy County Sheriff

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of one man and the transfer of another. Fifty-seven-year-old Tommy Joe Graham of Trenton was arrested Tuesday on felony charges of delivery of a controlled substance, manufacture of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm, and unlawful use of a weapon. His bond is $60,000 cash […]

Pleasant View R-6 School

Pleasant View Board of Education meeting results

The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Trenton presented a proposal for a new scoreboard at Pleasant View R-6 at the Board of Education meeting Friday. The scoreboard will cost $4,500, with Coca-Cola to contribute $2,000 towards the purchase. The district agreed to exclusively use Coca-Cola products for eight years. The board approved the lease renewal for […]

Second Harvest Food Bank

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive to be held Saturday

The Second Harvest Community Food Bank based out of Saint Joseph and the National Association of Letter Carriers will participate in the 26th Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Saturday, May 12. Second Harvest Communications Director Blake Haynes describes the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive as the biggest one-day food drive in the country. Post […]

Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri

LIHEAP Summer program to begin June 1

One of multiple programs the Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri provides is the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. Executive Director Aaron Franklin says that LIHEAP assists families by paying utility bills. He says the agency began the winter portion of the program in November.  The agency was able to make a one-time […]

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Trenton residents injured in crash near Arkoe, Missouri

Two Trenton residents and one Maryville man sustained injuries when one pickup truck struck another two miles east of Arkoe Tuesday morning. The Highway Patrol reports 74-year-old Thomas Metzgar of Trenton drove west on Route VV when he failed to yield at a stop sign and entered the intersection with Route N. Sixty-eight year old […]

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Chillicothe Police Department announces “No Parking” restrictions for funeral of Chuck Haney

Chillicothe Police have announced streets with “no parking” restrictions to accommodate what’s expected to be a large crowd tonight for the funeral of longtime Chillicothe Mayor and civic leader Chuck Haney. A shuttle service also has been arranged. Chillicothe Police are asking vehicles be moved by 4 o’clock this afternoon and remain off the street until approximately […]

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Chillicothe city offices to close Tuesday, May 8

By Order of Chillicothe Mayor Pro Tem, Reed Dupy, all City Departments except for Emergency Services like Police and Fire will close at 12 Noon Tuesday, May 8 as a mark of respect for Mayor Chuck Haney, who died Saturday. The funeral mass is Tuesday evening at 5:30 at Saint Columban’s Catholic Church in Chillicothe. […]

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North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees deal with busy agenda at Tuesday meeting

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approved purchasing a tractor and fitness equipment as well as renovation costs at its meeting Tuesday evening. Agriculture Instructor Rustin Jumps recommended the purchase of the new John Deere tractor to be added to the fleet at the Barton Farm Campus. It was purchased from Sydenstricker Implement […]

Big Muddy Mini Maker Faire

Big Muddy Mini Maker Faire kicks off Saturday

The Heartland Foundation of Saint Joseph will hold the Big Muddy Mini Maker Faire Saturday. The fair will be at the Restoration Nanatorium on the corner of Francis and North Second Streets in Saint Joseph from 10 o’clock in the morning to 5 o’clock in the evening. The event will provide learning opportunities in science, […]

Two arrested on drug charges in Daviess County

Grundy County Sheriff reports 2 arrests on Friday

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of two men Friday. Forty-year-old Phillip Booth of Trenton was arrested in Bremer County, Iowa on the felony charge of first-degree harassment and his bond was set at $10,000 cash only. Court documents accuse Booth of making numerous threats about killing an individual and others with the […]

Wright Memorial Hospital

Wright Memorial Hospital honors Don Sipes for years of influence and oversight

Don Sipes, FACHE, Vice President, Regional Services, Saint Luke’s Health System, was recently honored during a Wright Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees meeting. Sipes, who recently stepped down from his position on the Wright Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees, has served on the board since 1995, the year Wright Memorial joined Saint Luke’s Health System.  “Don […]