Sunnyview Nursing Home

Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments Administrator resigns

Current Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments Administrator Jerry Doerhoff has resigned and plans to retire. He says he will stay on as the administrator until the position is filled. Doerhoff has been the administrator at Sunnyview since October 2019. The Grundy County Nursing Home District Board of Directors interviewed candidates for the administrator position on […]

Bridge Work

88-year-old Lewis Creek Bridge on Highway 139 scheduled for replacement

A project begins soon to replace the 88-year-old Lewis Creek Bridge on Highway 139, approximately one mile north of Meadville. This is to be the third bridge to be replaced under the Fixing Access to Rural Missouri (FARM) Bridge Program. The Lewis Creek Bridge is scheduled to close Monday, January 24th, and remain closed through […]

Parson signing new legislation

Governor Parson signs Executive Order 22-1 establishing Missouri Early Childhood State Advisory Council

Governor Mike Parson signed Executive Order 22-1 to consolidate Missouri’s early childhood advisory groups into one with the creation of the Missouri Early Childhood State Advisory Council.  “Last year, we streamlined services to Missouri’s children and families by consolidating the state’s fragmented early childhood programs into the Office of Childhood. This year, we are further […]

Princeton in Mercer County Missouri

Princeton City Council addresses parking issues, 2 file for city council seats

The Princeton City Council January 5th approved selling old street signs that have been taken down. City Clerk Cory Willett reports the signs will be sold for $10 each. The council also addressed complaints regarding parking on Main Street and disabled vehicles on U. S. Highway 65. Letters are to be sent to property owners […]

Scott Fitzpatrick

Missouri schools must comply with COVID ruling to win treasurer approval of bond deals

(Missouri Independent) – If school districts want to take advantage of a lower interest rate on bonds, Missouri Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick is requiring them to certify compliance with a recent court ruling targeting local health orders before his office will approve of the deal. Fitzpatrick detailed the decision he described as “unprecedented” in an interview Wednesday […]

Severe Weather

Audio: Grundy County Emergency Manager reviews weather and weather damage on December 15

Grundy County Emergency Management Director Glen Briggs calls December 15, 2021, a historic day in Northern Missouri, with its high winds and temperatures. When it came to Grundy County, overall, Briggs said it “fared relatively well.”     The business building at 12th and Main streets was vacant and the flag pole on top of […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council members hear concerns regarding motorists near library, two trash routes to change pickup days

Members of the Trenton City Council Monday night heard about plans for Rapid Removal Disposal to change the collection date on two of its residential routes beginning in January 2022. A safety concern was expressed by the Jewett-Norris Library Director regarding motorists not halting for the 3 way stop at Main and Crowder, and the […]

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Three in arrest report from Grundy County authorities

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of three area residents on capias warrants. Forty-one-year-old Robert Eugene Ewing of Trenton was arrested December 9th on an alleged probation violation on an original charge of felony non-support with total arrears in excess of 12 monthly payments due under an order of support. His bond is […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council to review ordinances and policies at meeting on Monday

The Trenton City Council will review a draft ordinance and draft policies next week. The council will meet at the Trenton City Hall on Monday, December 13 at 7 pm. The draft ordinance involves city code regarding debris on property. The draft policies involve water service connection and sanitary sewer service connection. Other items on […]

Winterfest

“Winterfest” in Unionville kicks off on Saturday

Unionville’s Winterfest will be held Saturday, December 4, 2021, around the town square. The festival kicks off at 2 p.m. with a Local Author Reception in the Putnam County Library. The two-hour reception features authors Doris Bland, Carl Schnelle, Melissa Hedrick, Linda Couchman, Enfys McMurry, Julie Brundage, and the Varner family. They will be answering […]

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U.S. Supreme Court considers new limits on abortions in Mississippi case

(Missouri Independent) – The Supreme Court is weighing potentially sweeping changes to the right to an abortion, after two hours of arguments Wednesday morning on a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The court’s conservatives, who hold a 6-3 majority, appeared through their questions to be sympathetic to Mississippi’s arguments […]

Coronavirus Update

Four area health departments report on new cases of COVID-19

Five COVID-19 cases have been added for Harrison County. The county’s COVID-19 dashboard shows that, as of November 18th, there were 1,342 cases total, and 34 were active. There had been 1,074 confirmed cases and 268 probable cases. The Livingston County Health Center reports 10 COVID-19 cases have been added since November 12th, raising the […]

Rotary Website

Leadership Northwest Music Jam topic of latest Rotary Club meeting

The Leadership Northwest Music Jam was discussed at the Trenton Rotary Club meeting on November 4, 2021. Wright Memorial Hospital Practice Manager Shane Lynch and North Central Missouri College Director of Advising and Retention Jenna Stevens were members of the 2021 class of Leadership Northwest Missouri, which organized the fundraiser, headed by an eight-member committee. […]

Planning and zoning

Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission, Board of Adjustment approve billboard, grant conditional use permit

The Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of Adjustment on November 1 approved requests regarding putting up a billboard at 1909 East Ninth Street. The requests were from Wayne Rorebeck and Miranda Callihan in care of the sign company Robinson Outdoor LLC. The request approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission was for a conditional […]