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Trenton man arrested on DWI charge

Court documents accuse Puckett of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. He was convicted of DWI in Grundy County Circuit Court in September 2018, in Brookfield Municipal Court in November 2000, and Georgia State Court in May 2011.

KTTN.COM - 2018-10-19 20:40:58

KFC-Taco Bell building in Trenton demolished to make way for new BTC Bank location

The building that housed KFC/Taco Bell of Trenton is being demolished to make way for the 10thbranch location of BTC Bank, which is based in Bethany.Trenton Building Inspector Donnie Vandevender reports BTC Bank purchased the KFC/Taco Bell property at 1000 Oklahoma Avenue and the Witten property at


Audio: Thirty Two schools to participate in Trenton Marching Festival

Co-manager Jeff Hinton notes the judges’ stations are marked. He says there are two judges for the color guard competition, two for the drum line, and four for the field show.

KTTN.COM - 2018-10-19 10:07:35

Former deputy headed to trial

The Missouri Attorney General's Office charged Stanley Rhodes, 48, with two counts of first-degree sexual misconduct and a count of fourth-degree domestic assault last year.

NEWSPRESSNOW.COM - 2018-10-19 18:50:00

Man arrested after police find five large bags of marijuana

They arrested Mark Hill, 59, on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance. Hill is being held on $15,000 cash bond at the Randolph County jail.

KOMU - 2018-10-18 21:08:00

Trenton Utility Committee to recommend electric rate discount for business with large power bills

The utility committee for TMU has agreed to offer an electric rate discount to a business that opened earlier this year and is described as consistently having large power bills. City officials describe it as an effort to show support for the business, Chelsie’s Food Market, for being in the communi


Audio: Missouri Day Festival opening ceremony is tonight at First Baptist Church in Trenton

The 34thannual Missouri Day Festival begins this evening with a soup supper, recognition and awards program, and vocal music – all at First Baptist Church in Trenton.


A recognizance bond was withdrawn in Linn County Friday morning - KMZU

LINN COUNTY, Mo. – A man accused of child sex crimes in Linn County, did not get to go home as expected Friday morning.

KMZU - 2018-10-20 10:10:49

Appeals court vacates convictions in death of three month old child - KMZU

CLAY COUNTY, Mo. – The first hearing takes place in Clay County this morning, in a Ray County child death case overturned by the Missouri Court ofAppeals.


Driver arrested for DWI in crash that causes serious injuries

A 22-year-old Maryville, Missouri, man suffered serious injuries Wednesday night in a head-on crash involving a vehicle traveling more than 100 mph in the wrong direction on Interstate 29 in Andrew County.


Joe Clyde Daniels: Grandparents of missing 5-year-old receive letter claiming boy is still alive

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Trenton City Administrator Ron Urton reports on water tower, sewer and water projects

Urton told the Trenton Utility Committee that the contractor plans to have three crews working on the water tower in an effort to have the job done by the end of October. He said he was told the crews plan to use a special paint that can cure in temperatures as cool as 40 degrees.Work was previously


Hearing set for Marceline resident accused of sexually assaulting 15-year-old girl - KMZU

LINN COUNTY, Mo. — A motion for bond reduction will be heard in Linn County Thursday afternoon for a Marceline man accused of child sex crimes.Linn County Courthouse, Missouri Association of Counties22-year-old Timothy Scott Coyle was arrested after his 15-year-old victim accused him of assaulting h


Court lowers bond for man accused of drug trafficking in Carroll County - KMZU

Gabriel Michael Cox, 20, of Sweet Springs appeared with his attorney, Weldon Wayne Perry, Jr., for a hearing at 9:00 a.m. in the Associate Circuit Court.


Six Arrested after Domestic Disturbance

On Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at approximately 0815 hours, Officers with the Monroe City Police Department were dispatched to 107 Winter Street in reference to an active domestic disturbance in progress. Upon arrival, Officers made contact with Robert Ferreria in a stairwell leading to an upstairs


Orrick resident charged with assault after stabbing threat Monday - KMZU

RAY COUNTY, Mo. — Bond is set at $100,000 for a Richmond man accused of threatening to stab a victim with a knife in Orrick on Monday.


Trenton High School to host Halloween Carnival

Trenton High School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America members will collect items to support the Green Hills Women’s Shelter during the Trenton High School Halloween Carnival next week.


TMU reports latest tests on drinking water shows 9 of 40 samples above EPA action level for lead

TMU is in the process of cleaning the distribution system to prepare for the introduction of the treatment process. The process will assist in establishing additional protections from lead entering the water at residences with lead service lines. This may temporarily change the color, taste, and sme


Trenton teen injured in early morning crash at Thompson River bridge

Palmer was eastbound on Highway 6 when an express van had slowed down due to a crash in the roadway. A trooper reported the front of the sports utility vehicle struck the rear of the express van from Kansas. The driver, 29-year-old Anthony Ciambrone of Baldwin City, Kansas was not reported hurt.


Dodgeball tournament to benefit Backpack Buddies to be held at Trenton Middle School

Trenton Middle School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America will host a dodgeball tournament Thursday morning to raise money for the Backpack Buddies Program.