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Joplin woman hurt in Daviess County crash
Forty-one-year-old Misty Turpin drove north when the vehicle traveled off the west side of the road into the median at mile marker 74, traveled back onto the road before the driver reportedly overcorrected, which caused the vehicle to run off the west side of the road and into the median again. The
Several waive preliminary hearings in Tuesday session of circuit court
Waiving preliminary hearings Tuesday in the Associate Division of Grundy CountyCircuit CourtwereAndrew Lane Epperson of Laredo, David Clay-Austin Travis of Spickard, James Lewellen, and Ricky Eugene Shoemaker—both of Trenton.Each was bound over for arraignments September 6thin Division One of the ci
Two area women injured in crash that closed Highway 6 west of Trenton
Two area women sustained minor injuries when one sports utility vehicle struck another one mile west of Trenton in an accident that closed Highway 6 for a brief time Tuesday morning.Thirty-seven-year-old Angela Gott of Laredo drove west on Highway 6 when she reportedly slowed to make a left turn ont
Chillicothe Police detain individual allegedly harassing other vehicles
Officers with the Chillicothe Police Department report they had stopped a vehicle at the intersection of Ann and Washington Streets which purportedly had been harassing a vehicle that was traveling from Hamilton to Chillicothe.The suspect was transported to the police department for investigation of
Tuesday’s rainfall is the first of more than 1-inch in ten months
Looking back through the daily rainfall reports, the last time Trenton received more than one inch of rain, in a 24 hour period, was October 22ndof 2017. On that date, 1.8 inches was reported which, incidentally, also set a rainfall record in Trenton. Earlier in October, on the 6th, Trenton received
Grundy County Commission to hold property tax hearing
Grundy County’s assessed valuation for the current tax year totals $132,390,269 which is an increase of $753,129 from last year. The total assessed valuation includes real estate, personal property, and railroad and utility.Budgeted revenues for 2018 total $390,283.
Trenton man arrested on shoplifting, resisting arrest
Twenty-eight-year-old William Edward Grimes the fourth has been charged with felony stealing from a Trenton business, fourth or subsequent offense. He also faces one count of resisting an arrest attempt by a police officer. Bond is $10,000 with Grimes scheduled to appear Tuesday, August 14th in the
Final countdown to first day of school in area districts is underway
Classes begin in area school districts either today or in the next week or so with students, for the most part, prepped and ready to go.
Trooper honored for helping calm prison riot
“So (Cameron Police) Chief Rick Bashor was getting all the messages about them wanting to talk to somebody. Well, we’re the two negotiators of the area so we went inside the institution, found a room and began talking to them,” Muck said.
Jamesport City Council approves cost of Christmas ornaments
The Jamesport City Council set the tax levy for the city at its meeting Monday evening.The levy was set at 86.84 cents per $100 of assessed valuation and includes 70.21 cents for general and 16.63 cents for the park.The council approved paying half of the cost of materials and electricity for suppli
VIDEO: Local trooper receives award
A local trooper was recognized for his work after a recent prison riot.Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper Bradley Muck was selected as the Missouri Department of Safety’s August 2018 Employee of the Month.On May 12 around 8 p.m. the Cameron Police Department received several calls from employees
Three injured in early morning crash near Albany
The patrol reports a pickup had been westbound when it crossed the center line of Highway 136, traveled off the south side of the road, and struck a ditch causing moderate damage.
Chillicothe Police respond to alleged child abduction
The Chillicothe Police Department reports officers were dispatched Monday afternoon to a person attempting to pick up a child while in the checkout line of a business in the 1000 block of Graves Street in Chillicothe.Sergeant Curtis Hays says officers were notified the person exposed her breasts whi
City of Trenton accepting bids for hazardous materials abatement services
The City of Trenton is accepting bids for hazardous materials abatement services.Bids will be accepted at the Trenton City Hall until the afternoon of September 10that 2 o’clock. Bid packets must be sealed and labeled 2018-19 Demolition Abatement Bid.Contact Donnie Vandevender at 660-359-2013 for sp
Snow plows working to clear metal pipes from SB I-35 after semi crash
KEARNEY, Mo. — It might be August, but snow plows are working Tuesday afternoon in the Northland after a semitrailer crash along Interstate 35.
Portion of Mable Street in Trenton to be closed
A section of Mable Street in Trenton will be closed during North Central Missouri College “Move-In Day” to maintain the safety of students.Mable will be closed from 13thStreet to Crowder Road Saturday, August 18 from 8 o’clock in the morning to midnight.Activities are planned for students on the law
“Hometown Heritage” the theme of 2018 Missouri Day Parade
“Hometown Heritage” is the theme of the 34th annual Missouri Day Festival Parade. The Trenton Rotary Club announced the theme encouraging organizations, businesses, churches, and individuals to help celebrate the importance of our local history, historic individuals and cultural traditions as they
Chillicothe resident shows Reserve Grand Champion at Missouri State Fair
A Chillicothe resident, Connor Keithley, exhibited the Reserve Grand Champion Market Barrow at the Missouri State Fair.
Trenton City Council votes to proceed with $1.5M headworks project at sewer plant
Previously, the city council authorized the effluent disinfection project to meet Department of Natural Resource requirements. That includes loan payments with certificates of participation. Some three years ago, the council had adopted a sewer rate scheduled that included 30% increases in rates in
Briefing at the Bottom of the Lake
State Conservationist J.R. Flores made the announcement at a location near Milan that will be at the bottom ofEast Locust Creek Reservoirwhen the reservoir is completed. The2,352-acre reservoirwill provide water for Adair, Chariton, Grundy, Linn, Livingston, Macon, Mercer, Putnam, Schuyler and Sulli