Little Mister and Miss Missouri Day were announced at the Missouri Day Baby Show on Friday evening. Little Mister Missouri Day Remington Matthews and Little Miss Missouri Day Beckett Vandel were featured in Saturday morning’s parade. Other winners for the baby show included two to three year olds Emma Lowe and Skylar Frasier, 13 to […]
The Chillicothe City Council voted to hire a police officer during an executive session this week. Jesse Schmidt was hired for the full-time position on a vote of four to zero. City council member Denny Albertson was absent.
The Green Hills Animal Shelter in Trenton will hold “Barktoberfest” later this month to raise money for the shelter. A dinner, auction, and raffle will be held at the Black Silo Winery in Trenton on October 26, 2019. Social time will begin at 5:30 that evening, dinner will be served at 6 o’clock, and the […]
Children five years old and younger can compete in the Missouri Day Baby Show in Trenton next month. Registration will open at the Rock Barn Pavilion the evening of October 18th at 5:30 with the “Precious Pumpkins”-themed baby show will start at 6 o’clock. Fall or Halloween attire is welcome. Participants will compete in several […]
The Chillicothe City Council hired a city employee in an executive session Monday. Jason Arth was hired as a full-time street maintenance worker on a vote of four to zero from the Council Chillicothe City Clerk Rozanne Frampton notes City Council member Michael Smith was absent.
The Chillicothe City Council approved an ordinance involving an employment separation agreement with the Chillicothe Fire Chief. The ordinance authorized a contract with Darrell Wright regarding the agreement. The City of Chillicothe proposed Wright resign as of September 15th and be paid an amount equal to his sick leave until December 31st and his earned […]
At a meeting Wednesday, the Galt Board of Aldermen set a tax levy and passed an ordinance updating the utility deposit amounts for residents. The 2019 tax levy was set at $1 per $100 of assessed valuation which is up five-point zero nine cents from 2018’s rate. The amount due on a utility deposit if […]
Missourians who have registered with FEMA may be eligible for reimbursement if they paid out-of-pocket expenses for temporary lodging because of damage to their primary residences from recent flooding, severe storms, and tornadoes. Lodging expenses may be eligible for reimbursement if an applicant: registers with FEMA passes identity verification verifies occupancy in a primary residence […]
On a split vote, the Trenton City Council approved a motion last night to develop plans that could ultimately lead to the possible construction of new hangars to replace aging facilities at the airport. City Administrator Ron Urton told the council Trenton has $118,000 in Federal Aviation Administration credits that need to be committed or […]
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Missouri legislature and governor have taken actions to increase penalties for those caught poaching Missouri game animals and other native wildlife species. Missouri Governor Michael Parson signed HB260 into law July 11. Called the Poaching Bill, it significantly raises fines for those convicted of illegally taking Missouri […]
The Chillicothe City Council voted to hire four firefighters during an executive session this week. Firefighters hired were Matthew Chaney, Luke Plummer, Zackary Dunn, and James Logan. Chillicothe City Clerk Rozanne Frampton reports the city council voted five to zero on the action.
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education approved meal prices for next school year Tuesday evening. The price for lunch at Trenton Middle and High schools will increase by 10 cents to $2.50 with all other meal prices increasing by 15 cents. Rissler Elementary School lunch will be $2.35 and breakfast for all district schools will […]