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North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees to meet on Tuesday

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees will consider bids and purchases and personnel matters next week. The trustees will meet in the Frey Administrative Center on the campus in Trenton on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, at 5:30 in the evening. Personnel items include retirement, resignation, transfer, employment, and job description. Other items on […]

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Jeremy Esry selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Employee

Jeremy Esry, Head Men’s Basketball Coach/KCC Facilities Coordinator from Trenton, MO (hometown Hamilton, MO), has been selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Employee for July. Jeremy, an NCMC Alumni, has been employed at NCMC for eight years and holds a Master’s in Education and a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Marketing. During his employment, […]

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University of Missouri Extension to hold “Feedlot School” at North Central Missouri College

The University of Missouri Extension will hold a Feedlot School Aug. 4-5 on the Barton Campus of North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Speakers will present the “ins and outs of feeding cattle in Missouri,” says MU Extension beef nutritionist Eric Bailey. “There is renewed interest in feedlots due to new packing plants being built […]

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As COVID-19 causes hospitals to fill, Springfield asks Missouri for temporary care site

(Missouri Independent) – Facing a looming shortage of beds caused by rapidly rising COVID-19 cases, healthcare providers in Springfield are asking the state to set up temporary hospital beds so existing hospital space can be dedicated to caring for the most severely ill. The alternate care site would treat patients stable enough to be removed […]

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17th Street Bridge in Trenton opens to traffic after 13 month closure

The city of Trenton announced that the 17th Street Bridge has opened to traffic. Information provided by City Administrator Ron Urton says the detour signs and barricades have been removed from 17th Street to allow traffic to move. The contractor hopefully will be in Trenton today(Tuesday) to remove signs related to construction. With the opening […]

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Audio: Governor Parson praises northern missouri’s Macon, during Bicentennial Tour across Highway 36 corridor

The governor visited seven small northern Missouri towns across the Highway 36 corridor on Monday, as part of his Bicentennial Tour. One of them was Macon, a farming community between Moberly and Kirksville. Governor Mike Parson describes Macon’s Historical Society museum as incredible.     Several presidents have visited Macon over the years, including then-President […]

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Trenton City Council responds to concerns over residential trash pickup

Much of the discussion during Monday night’s Trenton City Council meeting involved discussion on trash service complaints. City administrator Ron Urton provided a list of recent complaint calls received by city hall detailing addresses that experienced issues. Two members of the public, Larry Huffstutter and Gaylon McCorkle voiced their concerns. Responses were provided by Rapid […]

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Livingston County Veterans Associations to dedicate new Veterans Building

The Livingston County Veterans Associations will dedicate their new Veterans Building in Chillicothe near the Livingston County Library’s youth library. Introductions, the dedication, and a chamber ribbon cutting will start at the Veterans Building on July 17, 2021, at noon. Open house tours will go until 5 o’clock in the evening. Chillicothe Elks Lodge 656 will […]

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Fireworks, Food and Family: Cookout costs remain steady for Fourth of July

Much like Christmas and birthday wish lists, kids compile their own “wish list” of fireworks for the Fourth of July celebration. The youngest took inventory of firecrackers leftover from last year (aka, a stash he had hidden) and determined we need roman candles, bottle rockets, parachutes, and artillery shells. This year’s explosions and bright lights […]