Ryan Johnson presented Honorary Missouri State Highway Patrol Certficate

Macon, Missouri man presented with Highway Patrol Honorary Trooper Certificate

Lieutenant Steven V. Wilhoit, Assistant Director of the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control, presented Macon, Missouri, resident Ryan Johnson with a Missouri State Highway Patrol Honorary Trooper Certificate. The certificate was presented to Johnson at the Chariton Valley Communications Corporate Headquarters in Macon, with his co-worker’s present. The Honorary Trooper […]

Mahomes Crunch

Hy-Vee partners with 15 and the Mahomies Foundation to launch exclusive cereal

Football fans can eat breakfast with a champion. Hy-Vee, Inc. announced that its exclusive new cereal created in partnership with 15 and the Mahomies Foundation – charity of Kansas City Chiefs’ quarterback and 2018 NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes II – will begin appearing on store shelves in select cities beginning August 1. The cereal, Mahomes […]

Newtown-Harris School Website

Newtown-Harris Board of Education tackles multiple agenda items at Thursday meeting

The Newtown-Harris R-3 Board of Education approved several employee positions Thursday evening. Rachael Spence was approved as the 2019-2020 district drug testing coordinator. Superintendent Lucas McKinnis will be the Title 9 district compliance coordinator. Part-time positions were also approved, including substitute bus drivers, custodians, and kitchen and teaching positions. The board approved a dairy bid […]

California Earthquake July 4, 2019

Audio: Former Trenton resident details experience of living through California earthquake

A 1970 Trenton High School graduate, Barry Kenady, is a resident of Ridgecrest, California near the epicenter of a 6.4 magnitude quake that happened on July 4th and a 7.1 magnitude earthquake Friday evening. Kenady, who’s lived in California about 35 years, has experienced earthquakes before but nothing like this.     Kenady’s residence was […]

Laura Ingalls Wilder (left), Rose Wilder Lane (right) Wilder: Public Domain / Lane: Public Domain

Audio: Missouri author, Laura Ingalls Wilder, has name stripped from award over racial characterizations

(Missourinet) – A legendary author from southwest Missouri had her name stripped from a major children’s book award Saturday. Laura Ingalls Wilder, who lived in Mansfield for more than sixty years, is the author of the famous Little House on the Prairie novels. The Mansfield Library Center’s Nancee Dahms-Stinson says Wilder’s books still fly off […]