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Missouri State Highway Patrol reminds owners about safety when it comes to boats and boat docks

Warmer temperatures mean spring is on the way and with it comes more opportunities to enjoy Missouri’s lakes and rivers. To ensure everyone’s safety, the Missouri State Highway Patrol stresses the importance of being aware and courteous while boating. This winter’s ice and heavy snow combinations have caused damage to some boat docks. Dock owners […]

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Unionville man and three from Moberly, along with four others, indicted in $4.1 million meth conspiracy

Eight defendants have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a $4.1 million conspiracy to distribute more than 520 kilograms of methamphetamine. Tina Marie Bailey, 36, and Martin Lee Williams, 58, both of Kansas City, Mo.; Mark Williams Hildebrand II, 31, and Harry Richard Watson Jr., also known as “Ricky,” 35, […]

Court Date Scheduled

Teenager who cut the throat of case worker during escape to appear in court March 3rd

A Baltimore, Maryland teen accused of cutting a Missouri Children’s Division worker’s throat has been charged in DeKalb County with the felonies of first-degree assault or attempted assault and armed criminal action. Fifteen-year-old Ja’marie Nashwan Willingham’s initial appearance in court is on March 3rd. A probable cause statement from James Proctor with the Cameron Police […]

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Grundy County Commission accepting applications for Public Administrator

The Grundy County Commission on March 2nd approved an amendment to Public Administrator Jill Eaton’s resignation which is effective on March 9th. The commission has restarted the process of appointing an interim public administrator. Applications will be accepted for the position at the county clerk’s office until the position is filled.  The county commission will […]

Planning and zoning

Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission approves request from city involving apartments in downtown Trenton

The Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday evening, March 1st, approved a request from the City of Trenton regarding an ordinance section related to apartments over downtown Trenton businesses. Deputy City Clerk Tracy Maberry says the hearing involved adding a section to an existing ordinance stating businesses need to be on the lower level […]