Susan Stull NCMC

NCMC Instructor Dr. Susan Stull selected to teach in China

North Central Missouri College Science Instructor, Dr. Susan Stull has been selected to teach Biology in China this summer to young scholars through the ONPS International Summer School program. (To learn more about ONPS, visit www.onpsummer.org). During her time, Dr. Stull will be teaching with a group of other higher education leaders selected to participate. […]

Seatbelt

“Click it or Ticket” campaign set to begin May 20, 2019

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) Region 7 state highway safety offices are joining law enforcement nationwide for a Border to Border Click it or Ticket kickoff event starting Monday, May 20. The campaign seeks to increase seat belt use by coordinating highly visible seat belt law enforcement in the […]

High School Band

Awards presented at Trenton High School Band concert

Several awards were presented at the Trenton High School Band concert Thursday night. Band Director Tim Gilham reports freshman Alondra Fernandez was named most improved, Trager Leeper was named outstanding freshman, Amanda Parrack outstanding sophomore, Emily Kosse outstanding junior, and Karissa Brock outstanding senior. The John Phillip Sousa Award went to Nicole Rodriguez. Jonathan Schlared […]

Hy-Vee

Hy-Vee Pharmacies To Participate in “National Prescription Drug-Take Back Day”

Hy-Vee, Inc. announced today that 52 Hy-Vee Pharmacy locations throughout Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, and Nebraska will participate in National Prescription Drug-Take Back Day on Saturday, April 27. Drug take-back areas will be located in the Hy-Vee pharmacy or clinic’s parking lot and all prescription medications, including controlled substances, will be accepted. For a […]

More Cases of Chronic Wasting Disease Discovered in Area Counties

The Missouri Department of Conservation reports 41 new positive test results for chronic wasting disease (CWD) have been confirmed following its sampling and testing of more than 32,000 free-ranging Missouri deer during its 2018-2019 disease-surveillance efforts. The 41 new positive test results bring Missouri’s total CWD detections to 116 since 2012. The new positives were […]