Prison Sentence

Partner of a soldier, in Missouri, sentenced to almost 6 years in prison without parole for domestic violence

The domestic partner of a soldier stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, was sentenced in federal court for strangling and assaulting her in their home. Kevin Levon Bonner, 33, was sentenced by U.S. Chief District Judge Beth Phillips on Wednesday, Dec. 8, to five years and 11 months in federal prison without parole. On June […]

Audio: Live Nativity set for Friday, December 12 at Sunnyview Nursing Home

A live nativity will be held outdoors on the grounds of Sunnyview Nursing Home in Trenton. The free event will start on December 12th at 5:30 in the evening. Spokesperson Cindy Jennings acknowledges that the Trenton High School Vespers service starts at the First Baptist Church at 5 pm, and supper at Sunnyview is also […]

Thompson Research Center

Artificial Insemination School for cattle to be held at Thompson Research Center in Spickard

Two cattle artificial insemination schools will be held at the MU Thompson Research Center in Spickard. The schools will be held November 15-18 and December 7-9. They will last from 5:30-8:30 pm each night. Topics covered include estrus synchronization, breeding protocols, tank maintenance, and hands-on insemination training. The cost is $400 per person and includes […]

Chili Supper

Date change announced for chili supper at Rissler Elementary School

A different date has been announced for the Trenton R-9 Parent/Teachers Organization chili supper this week. Because the Trenton Bulldogs play a high school district football game in Maryville on Friday night, November 5, the chili supper has been changed to Thursday, November 4, 2021. Serving on chili and cinnamon rolls at Rissler Elementary School […]

NCRS Website

NRCS announces november 19, 2021 application deadline for financial assistance

The Missouri USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service announced November 19, 2021, as the cut-off date to apply for the Fiscal Year 2022 funds through the Environmental Quality Incentive Program. EQIP allows farmers, ranchers, forestland managers, and landowners an opportunity to conserve natural resources by making available financial assistance to improve soil, water, air, plants, animals, […]

Ministerial Alliance

Trenton Area Ministerial Alliance to hold soup supper prior to Missouri Day Opening Ceremonies

The Trenton Area Ministerial Alliance will hold a soup supper before the Missouri Day Opening Ceremonies the evening of October 14th. Both events will be at the First Baptist Church of Trenton. The soup supper will go from 5 to 7 o’clock. Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce President Debbie Carman:     Retired teacher Barb […]

Moberly Park Trenton Missouri

Trenton Park Board approves of Trenton VFW fundraiser, repair of parking lot at upper Moberly

The Trenton Park Board on October 6, 2021, approved allowing Trenton VFW Post 919 to put memorial bricks at the war memorial in Moberly Park. VFW Commander Tony Ralston spoke before the vote was taken and said the VFW Post is getting ready to renovate its building. The building was built in the 1930s. He noted […]

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Temperatures in September averaging above normal, rainfall well below normal

Temperatures thus far in September 2021 in Trenton are averaging two degrees (2.1) above normal on highs and four (4.3) degrees above normal on lows. Official highs this month have averaged 83 degrees with temperatures reaching the upper 80s on eight dates. Lows have averaged nearly 63 degrees. Rainfall this month in Trenton totals sixty-two […]

Missouri Senate Chamber from Visitors Gallery (Photo Courtesy Missouri Senate)

‘Clown show’ vs. ‘tyranny’: Missouri Senate GOP divide on display during veto session

(Missouri Independent) –  On one side were tyrannical oligarchs. On the other, petulant children.  Or at least that was the takeaway from the Missouri Senate’s day-long rules debate Wednesday. Gathered for the legislature’s annual veto session, the demons that have haunted the upper chamber for more than a year didn’t take long to reappear.  The […]

Calamity Jane Days

Audio: A multitude of activities take place this weekend in Princeton during Calamity Jane Days

Multiple activities will be held at Calamity Jane Days in Princeton on September 18, 2021. Some of the activities will be geared toward children. Princeton Chamber of Commerce President Amy Cool says one of those activities will be pony rides and There will be a petting zoo.     Cool notes other activities for children […]

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Child Passenger Safety Week is September 15 through 21

The Missouri State Highway Patrol joins the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the National Safety Council, Safe Kids Worldwide, and other safety advocates to commemorate National Child Passenger Safety Week which is September 15-21, 2021. The primary goal of this program is to remind all parents and other adults responsible for children traveling in motor […]

Jamesport Fire and Rescue

Jamesport Fire and Rescue to hold Annual Community Appreciation Supper and Auction

Jamesport Fire and Rescue will hold its Annual Community Appreciation Supper and Auction in October. Fire Chief Davey Davis says LifeFlight Eagle will land at the Spillman Event Center of Jamesport on October 1st at 5 o’clock in the evening. Free will donations will be accepted for a barbecue meal. An auction will start at […]