Economic Development

Department of Economic Development awards $15.8 million for community development projects statewide

The Department of Economic Development announced it will award more than $15.8 million to 38 recipients through its Community Development Block Grant Program to help communities with infrastructure improvement and other projects across Missouri. “Strengthening infrastructure and improving our workforce remains my administration’s top priorities,” said Governor Mike Parson. “Whether repairing roads, upgrading facilities, or […]

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Trenton Middle School student eliminated in first round of Scripps National Spelling Bee

Trenton Middle School student Titus Kottwitz participated in one round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Saturday. The 13-year old misspelled Puchero, which is a type of stew. Two hundred nine students ranging in age from nine to fifteen qualified for the national bee. The first three rounds were held virtually on Saturday in […]

Rotary Fellows

Trenton Rotary Club honored with 100% Paul Harris Fellows membership in District 6040

Twelve members of the Trenton Rotary Club have been honored as Paul Harris Fellows, named for the founder of Rotary. For each $1,000 contribution to the Rotary Foundation, the club can designate a member as a Paul Harris Fellow. Receiving the designation at a recent meeting were Brent Wyant, David Bain, Doctor Hessam Borhani, Jacob […]

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Gene Kauffman Scholarship Foundation announces scholarship applications available on May 3, 2021

The Board of Directors of the Gene Kauffman Scholarship Foundation, Inc. has announced that scholarship applications will be available for the Fall, 2021 semester, beginning Monday, May 3, 2021. The Board encourages all who meet the following qualifications to apply for this scholarship. As per the wishes of Kauffman, the scholarship is available to female, […]

Gas Tax

Audio: Missouri Senate leader feeling confident gas tax proposal has enough House votes to pass

With three weeks left to go in the regular legislative session, Missouri Senate President Dave Schatz remains hopeful about his proposed gas tax hike. The Senate has already passed the bill that would boost the state’s fuel tax by twelve-and-a-half cents per gallon over five years. During a Senate press conference, Schatz says if the […]

Missouri Coronavirus

Twelve Months Later: Despite pandemic, Missouri moved forward

Since the first presumptive positive COVID-19 case was detected in Missouri one year ago, Governor Mike Parson and his administration have worked continuously to combat the virus, keep Missourians safe, and move Missouri’s economy forward.  “Since COVID-19 struck Missouri one year ago, we have worked nonstop to take a balanced approach, fight the virus, and […]

Coronavirus Update

Livingston County reports COVID-19 related death; Grundy County reports 2 COVID-19 deaths; 17 new cases of COVID-19 in three counties

The Livingston County Health Center reports another COVID-19-related death, which brings the total to 49. Twelve new cases were also added for a total of 1,369. Of the 54 active cases, 46 are in the community, five are school actives, and three are facility actives. There are seven current COVID-19-related hospitalizations for Livingston County. The […]

Winter storm to bear down on northern Missouri on New Year’s Day

A Winter storm is expected to impact the area late Thursday night into Friday bringing accumulating snow, sleet, and freezing rain. Travel conditions will quickly deteriorate. All areas north of Highway 36 in northern Missouri are encompassed by either a Winter Weather Advisory or a Winter Storm Warning. Areas, where lighter snow and ice is […]

Winter Storm Watch

Winter Storm Watch in place for New Year’s Eve and New Years Day in northern and central Missouri; 1 to 3 inches of snow possible

(12/31/2020) -The article below is now out of date.  We have an updated article on the storm that is to pass through northern Missouri on New Year’s day, which is available HERE. The potential for a widespread winter storm could bring hazardous road conditions at the peak of New Year’s celebrations. A complex weather system […]

Coronavirus Update

Daviess County reports 1 death, 20 cases, Livingston County 3 deaths, 12 cases, Putnam County 2 deaths, 16 cases of COVID-19

Another COVID-19-related death has been reported for Daviess County since December 4th, which the health department notes make 11 total. Total cases increased by 20 during that time for a total of 430. Active cases went down by 52 to 110. The Livingston County Health Center announces three more COVID-19-related deaths, which brings the total […]

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Livingston County reports 15 new cases of COVID-19; Mercer County reports 1 new case

The Livingston County Health Center announces 15 new COVID-19 cases since December 2nd for a total of 840. There are 67 active cases, with 41 in the community, 21 in facilities, and five in schools. Twelve current COVID-19-related hospitalizations and 22 deaths have been reported for Livingston County. The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in […]

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Grundy County reports another COVID-19 related death and 15 cases of COVID-19; Linn County reports 2 new cases of COVID-19

The Grundy County Health Department has announced another death due to COVID-19 which brings the total number of deaths to 19. Fifteen cases were added since November 24th, which makes the total 633. Four hundred sixty-eight cases have been confirmed. One hundred twelve are active. The Linn County Health Department on November 24th reported two […]

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Trenton woman elected to Board of Directors of Foundation Trust for Trenton High School

A Trenton woman has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Foundation Trust for Trenton High School/THS Alumni Association. Debbie Harkins Guffey is a 1975 graduate of Trenton High School and the mother of three THS graduates: Jeremy Hudson, Class of ’94, Jessica Hudson Allen, Class of 1998, and Jenna Hudson Stevens – […]

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Sullivan County confirms 12 new cases of COVID-19 and 2 deaths; Putnam County 10 new cases of COVID-19

Sullivan County Health Department has confirmed twelve additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Sullivan County.  Currently, Sullivan County sits at a total of six hundred and eight, with three active probable cases, seven deaths, and one hundred and sixteen active cases. The positive cases have been determined to be community-related.  To maintain confidentiality, no other […]

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Twelve more veterans die from COVID-19 at Cameron veterans home in past 10-days

Twelve more veterans have died from COVID at the state veterans home in northwest Missouri’s Cameron. The Missouri Veterans Commission says 12 more veterans have died at the Cameron home in the past ten days, bringing the total number of COVID deaths there to 22, since September 1. MVC spokesman Jamie Melchert tells Missourinet that […]

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New deaths related to COVID-19 reported in Livingston and Linn counties

The Livingston County Health Center announces another death related to COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths to seven. Seven more cases were also reported Friday, October 16th, which brings the cumulative total to 398. Fifty-five of the cases are active, and there are 12 current hospitalizations. Eleven of the active cases are from facilities, […]