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Purple Martins find unique nests in Jamesport

Every five days during the spring and summer, Ivan Ray Miller, in Jamesport, Missouri, walks to a uniquely designed housing facility he created for Purple Martins to check for newly hatched birds.

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Motorists brace for higher fuel costs this summer

Traveling increases throughout the summer months, but unfortunately for drivers, so do gas prices.

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Chillicothe firefighters respond fire on Highway 65

Chillicothe firefighters Saturday evening extinguished a small grass fire along Highway 65 south of Chillicothe.Fire Chief Darrell Wright said smoke from the blaze was causing traffic issues when the fire had spread onto the highway right of way from unattended brush piles being burned by a landowne

KTTN.COM - 2018-05-21 09:54:46

Trenton Fire Department edges win over police department in Guns-N-Hoses event

In addition to the basketball, there was a raffle featuring gift cards and items from local businesses. Kindergarten through sixth-grade coloring contest winners were announced, and Kansas City Chiefs mascot KC Wolf was at the game.

KTTN.COM - 2018-05-21 09:47:05

Chillicothe Police three after investigation

A stolen property investigation lead to the arrest of two men and one woman on Washington Street in Chillicothe Wednesday.The Chillicothe Police Department reports a concerned business owner told police the three individuals had a threatening and suspicious demeanor and has suspicious property they

KTTN.COM - 2018-05-20 17:34:09

Cameron residents on water alert

An alert phase takes effect when the city's raw water supply falls below 50 percent of capacity. During the phase, the city encourages voluntary water conservation measures among residents, as defined under an advisory declaration.

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Online PollWith the openings of William Coy and El Nopal nearing, which is your favorite sit-down restaurant in Maryville?

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2018-05-21 19:05:02

Two in arrest report from Grundy County Sheriff

Fifty-seven-year-old Tommy Joe Graham of Trenton was arrested Tuesday on felony charges of delivery of a controlled substance, manufacture of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm, and unlawful use of a weapon. His bond is $60,000 cash only.


Trenton City Council deals with nuisance investigations and DNR compliance at special meeting

It was January of 2013 when police were assigned duties related to enforcement of Trenton’s ordinance on nuisances, such as tall grass and weeds on properties. About that time, Donnie Vandevender was employed as Trenton’s certified building inspector and code enforcement officer. Councilman Larry Cr


Child endangerment, drug investigation in Chillicothe ends with multiple arrests

Cox reports a fifth adult was detained and released and a sixth adult was detained, a local probation and parole officer spoke to the suspect, the suspect was released, and the person was directed to immediately report to the probation and parole office. However, Cox notes the suspect failed to show


Aerial Applicators Soar Over Iowa's Croplands

Jordan Omstead/Pilot – Stardust Ag Aviation, Lamoni, Iowa: “Flying is the ultimate freedom. You leave the ground and all your problems, all your worries, they’re behind you. It’s you and the airplane.”


Alcohol sales compliance checks in Livingston County results in one citation

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office and the Midland Empire Alcohol Task Force conducted compliance checks in Livingston County and Chillicothe recently.Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports the checks resulted in one purchase of alcohol from a local business and a 39-year-old Chillicothe wo


New GO Art sculptures are installed - Nodaway News

Northwest Technical School Welding Instructor Nick Sherlock adds the finishing weld to “Generations” on May 15. The sculpture is a bronze by Ben Hammond, and has been set up in downtown Maryville. The juniors in the NTS welding class helped with the morning installation of three sculptures. Sherlock


Police: Life vests critical for Mozingo boaters

MARYVILLE, Mo. —Memorial Day weekend — the widely recognized start of the summer vacation season — arrives at the end of this month, which means hundreds of boaters, fisherfolk and jet skiers intent on hitting the water will soon crowd much of Mozingo Lake’s 1,000 acres of surface area.The annual se


Milan man enters not guilty plea at arraignment

Forty-eight-year-old Travis Von Shaw has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm, and driving while suspended or revoked.


Route 33 to close at U.S. Route 36 near Osborn

As the project moves into one of the final stages, crews will begin to pave the newly aligned westbound lanes and reconstruction theRoute33North intersection. In order to safely and efficiently complete this work, access toRoute33North will be closed to all traffic while a new intersection is constr


Bringing a bit of Mexico to Maryville

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Maryville residents may have noticed a bright green building on the corner of South Main Street and East Summit Drive where La Bonita Mexican Restaurant used to be. The color was inspired by the bright urban architecture of Mexico according to Ramiro Murillo who plans to open El Nop


Inmates involved in weekend prison disturbance in Cameron identified

CAMERON, Mo. (AP) — Authorities say the inmates involved in a weekend disturbance at a Cameron prison have been identified, searched and may be referred for prosecution.


Update: More information released on Friday arrest of Trenton man in Livingston County

The Chillicothe Police Department began an investigation of burglary and theft which took place at a Chillicothe business last Thursday night where an estimated $4,000 in tools were stolen. The Chillicothe Police and the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office have collaborated on the investigation, whic


Guns-N-Hoses event to feature Kansas City Chief mascot KC Wolf

Doors will be open at 6 o’clock, and tip-off will be at 6:30. Admission costs $5 for adults, $2 for children, and is free for children age five and younger. Tickets will be available at the door. There will also be concessions and a raffle.