Jamesport Missouri

Jamesport City Council agrees to city website

The Jamesport City Council has agreed to have a website for the city at a cost of $165 to establish the site with a fee of $125 yearly to host the site. The city’s utility software company, Softline Data, will provide the expertise. Councilman Gary Alexander, who’s also Mayor Pro Tem, is to look at […]

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North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approves purchases

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approved several purchases at its meeting Tuesday evening. A hardware and software maintenance agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise of Roseville, California will cost $43,163.57 annually. The agreement will provide telephone and onsite support for the college-owned servers and storage located in the data centers. The annual renewal […]

Nuisance

Trenton Police Department reports 16 nuisance incidents

The Trenton Police Department reports 16 nuisance incidents have been filed so far this year. A Nuisance Summary shows the greatest number of violations involve trash and debris with 10 incidents. There have been four unregistered vehicle incidents and two regarding open storage of a disabled vehicle. The summary indicates 14 violations are active, two […]

CAFO

Western District Court of Appeals affirms decision, potentially opening the way for CAFO in southwest Grundy County

Online court information shows a ruling has been issued regarding a CAFO that has been proposed for southwest Grundy County. Docket information reports the Western District of Missouri, Court of Appeals, has affirmed a decision by the Missouri Clean Water Commission which (in November 2017) had approved a permit for a Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (also […]

Holiday Greenery

Deck the halls with boughs of caution

Keep safety in mind when decorating with holiday greenery. Evergreens, holly, mistletoe and other traditional yuletide plants can pose risks, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. In days of old, people rarely brought holiday greenery into the home before Christmas Eve, Trinklein says. Doing so was considered bad luck for the coming year. […]