Missouri State Highway Patrol Website New 2021 (MSHP)

Patrol reports arrest of two in Caldwell County

Two Kansas City women were arrested Sunday morning when driving in Caldwell County. Thirty-nine-year-old Kisha Moore has been accused of driving while revoked, failure to drive on the right half of the road, speeding, and misdemeanor marijuana possession. Moore was taken on a 24-hour hold to the Caldwell County Detention Center. Thirty-one-year-old Shawnteese Jackson was […]

U.S.Senator Josh Hawley

Members of Congress in Missouri respond to pro-Trump rioters invading Capitol

As a joint session of Congress began the process of approving the electoral college results of the 2020 presidential election, pro-Trump rioters pushed past U.S. Capitol Police and entered the House chambers and Senate offices. Vice-president Mike Pence and members of Congress evacuated to “safe quarters” inside the office buildings. Then they began tweeting their […]

East Locust Creed Reservoir Website

East Locust Creek Reservoir timber harvest announced

The North Central Missouri Regional Water Commission has posted a Request for Qualifications for an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract for Phase 1A for timber harvest.  This will be, likely, the smallest of multiple phases of timber harvest and tree clearing.  It is approximately 90 acres where the future East Locust Creek Reservoir (ELCR) dam […]

Domestic Violence

Audio: ATF agents protect victims of domestic violence by enforcing federal gun laws

The Gun Control Act bans the possession of firearms by individuals convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence. United States Code (USC) Section 922(g)(9) allows for the removal of firearms. In passing the law, Congress noted that “anyone who attempts or threatens violence against a loved one has demonstrated that he or she poses […]

WIC Women Infant Children

Missouri WIC changes infant formula manufacturer beginning January 1, 2021

WIC, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children will be changing the brand of standard infant formulas available to participating infants effective January 1, 2021. The Missouri WIC program will change its standard infant formulas from Enfamil to Similac. WIC federal regulations require all state […]

Lesli Collins NCMC Outstanding Employee for December Final

Lesli Collins selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Employee

Lesli Collins, Facilities Coordinator/Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach, originally from Mercer, MO, has been selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Employee for December. Lesli, an NCMC alumna, has been employed at NCMC for fourteen years and holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Western Governors University. As one of her many accomplishments, Lesli helped the […]

Phi Mu Epsilon donate to Green Hills Womens Shelter

Phi Mu Epsilon Sorority and PEO Chapter MN donates to Green Hills Women’s Shelter

For the 3rd year, North Central Missouri College’s Phi Mu Epsilon sorority has partnered with Philanthropic Educational Organization (PEO) Chapter MN to hold a feminine product drive for the Green Hills Women’s Shelter. “We are grateful that PEO Chapter MN chose to collaborate with Phi for another year to help support vulnerable women.”- Shellee Castanada […]

NCMC Geyer Hall

North Central Missouri College Foundation announces Allied Health Scholarship Awards

“Through the generosity of others in the form of endowed funds or the giving of a gift each year, the NCMC Foundation is honored to announce that over $56,000 was recently awarded to NCMC Nursing and Health Sciences students,” commented NCMC Director of Development Alicia Endicott.  “53 awards were recently made during the fall 2020 […]

Richard Davis via Mo Department of Corrections

Audio: Convicted Missouri killer Richard Davis, once subject of massive national manhunt, dies in hospital

A high-profile Missouri prisoner who was waiting for an execution date has died, from apparent natural causes.     The Missouri Department of Corrections says 56-year-old Richard Davis died of natural causes this week, at a hospital. Davis was sentenced to death in 2007 for the separate gruesome killings of Marsha Spicer and Michelle Huff […]

Gavel and old law books (court or trial)

Kansas City nursing home to pay $40,000 to settle pay discrimination claims

Edgewood Manor OPCO, LLC, a former owner of Edgewood Manor, a skilled nursing facility in Raytown, Mo., will pay $40,000 and furnish other relief to settle a sex pay discrim­ination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. According to the EEOC’s lawsuit, 12 female licensed practical nurses (LPNs) who worked at the facility […]