Grundy County Courthouse Trenton Missouri

Grundy County Commission review procedures at Monday meeting

Several topics were discussed during the Grundy County Commission meeting Monday. Emergency Management Director Glen Briggs reported there were site inspections not completed related to the Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster regarding last year’s flooding. The inspections will resume June 15th. They involve verifying damage. Briggs also talked about elected officials and staff needing to […]

Elections (Vote or Voting)

A look at the issues voters in the Green Hills Region will decide in today’s election

After a two month delay, the municipal and school elections are today across Missouri with the polls open until 7 o’clock this evening. Voters will decide the outcome of races for local offices as well as several other issues. KTTN News will have results tonight as they become available after 7 o’clock. The Grundy County […]

Grundy County Courthouse Trenton Missouri

Grundy County Commission reviews various county departments

The Grundy County Commission Tuesday morning discussed a closed bridge on Southwest 86th Avenue. A replacement tube order for the bridge has been canceled. The Southwest 86th Avenue bridge will remain closed due to a failed inspection by the Missouri Department of Transportation in April. Presiding Commissioner Phillip Ray says the county is looking into […]

Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft

Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft: “It’s just not the most secure way to hold an election”

The Missouri Legislature has adopted a bill that would allow more mail-in voting during this year’s August and November elections. Voters could cast an absentee ballot by saying they are ill if they are 65 or older, live in a nursing home, or have certain health problems. All other voters could mail in their ballot […]

Election 2020

Daviess County consolidates polling precincts for June 2, 2020 election

The Daviess County Clerk has announced the consolidation of polling precincts for the upcoming June 2nd election. The single location to vote in person, along with other changes, are due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Clerk and election authority Ronetta Burton reports balloting on June 2nd can only be done at the central polling location which […]

Absentee Voting

Missouri Legislature gives final approval to absentee ballot legislation; photo ID requirement stripped out

Absentee ballot legislation that expands voting by mail through the rest of 2020 is on its way to Missouri Governor Mike Parson’s desk, after receiving final approval from the House in Jefferson City on Friday evening. The final House vote was 121-24 and came with about 30 minutes to spare before the mandatory 6 p.m. […]

Trenton, Missouri

Trenton City Council approves Orscheln Tax Increment Financing plan

The Trenton City Council Monday night adopted six ordinances, one of which continues the process leading to the eventual construction of a new Orscheln’s Farm and Home Store at 28th Street and Highway 65. Following a required public hearing, the council voted to approve the Orscheln Tax Increment Financing (TIF) plan, the redevelopment area, and […]

Error Correction

KTTN corrects errors in Trenton Board of Education article

KTTN incorrectly reported the results of three votes taken at the Trenton R-9 Board of Education meeting Tuesday evening. Board Secretary Susan Leeper reports board members Corey Leeper and David Whitaker voted in favor of changing back to how hourly employees were paid before switching to annualization. Members voting against the change were Board President […]