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Trenton Police Department arrests two on drug allegations

The Trenton Police Department arrested two area residents Monday for drug charges. The Grundy County Sheriff's Department reports 19-year-old Hayden Robert McGill of Trenton and 45-year-old Scott Lee Sims of Spickard have both been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance. The bond f

KTTN.COM - 2018-03-20 19:20:44

Community Easter Egg Hunt set for March 31st in Trenton

Grundy County residents age 10 and younger can hunt for candy and other prizes during the Community Easter Egg Hunt in Trenton. The Trenton Kiwanis Club and the Trenton High School Key Club will host the event in the upper area of Moberly Park near the enclosed shelter house March 31st. Games and ac

KTTN.COM - 2018-03-21 20:26:26

2 charged after man shot by Missouri trooper after chase

RIDGEWAY, Mo. (AP) - A Missouri man is hospitalized in stable condition after he was shot by a Missouri patrol trooper during a chase. The Harrison County Sheriff's Department says the chase Monday after a home invasion in Ridgeway. A Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper saw a vehicle wanted in con

WASHINGTON TIMES - 2018-03-20 21:27:55

Trenton city facilities to experience planned phone system outage today

The offices of Trenton Municipal Utilities and Trenton City Hall at 1100 Main Street as well as the TMU Warehouse at 2601 Oklahoma Avenue will undergo a telephone system change Tuesday. The change is expected to take all day and city officials say there may be periods of time that customers may have

KTTN.COM - 2018-03-20 09:51:21

Trenton Finance Committee votes to repeal pay increase recommendation

The Trenton Finance Committee Monday night rescinded a recommendation made at the previous finance committee meeting regarding pay increases. City Administrator Ron Urton reports the committee voted unanimously to repeal the recommendation of departments taking on extra duties due to job reduction r

KTTN.COM - 2018-03-20 19:31:31

Trenton R-9 School District to hold annual preschool and kindergarten screenings

The Trenton R-9 School District will hold its annual preschool and kindergarten screenings in May for children residing in the district. The screenings will be held in the Early Childhood Center at Rissler Elementary School May 14th through 18th. Director of Special Services Tara Hoffman says child

KTTN.COM - 2018-03-20 13:00:17

Four receive prison sentences in latest session of Grundy County court

Four faced the judge last Thursday and received prison time for their offenses in Division One of Grundy County Circuit Court. 38-year old Darrell Graham of Trenton pleaded guilty to first-degree child molestation and was sentenced to seven years in prison. The time is to run concurrently with a cas


Princeton FFA nabs first place in five events at Savanna Ag Day

Princeton high school FFA members continue to do well in area judging competitions leading up to next month's state FFA convention. Out of 16 categories in the Savanah Ag Day judging Monday the Princeton FFA chapter had teams capture first place in five career development events. Princeton was the t

KTTN.COM - 2018-03-21 20:16:47

Chillicothe Police Department seeking public assistance in locating missing 13-year-old

The Chillicothe Police Department is seeking assistance in locating a missing 13-year-old Chillicothe boy. Jayden Joseph Beltran was last seen in the 1500 block of Calhoun Wednesday afternoon at approximately 3 o'clock. Jayden has brown hair, brown eyes, a chipped front tooth, is approximately 5' 1"


Trenton City Council to hold special meeting regarding Nestle

The Trenton City Council will hold a special meeting to review details of an agreement with Nestle on its conditional purchase of ConAgra. The closed session meeting for real estate will be at the Trenton City Hall Monday evening March 19, at 6 o'clock. City Administrator Ron Urton says the council


Police Chief Tommy Wright: Domestic and sexual violence underreported

The Green Hills Women's Shelter of Trenton works collaboratively with the Trenton Police Department to help victims report domestic violence. Women's shelter advocate Mary Cabral explains the shelter can help victims file police reports, get civil standbys, obtain information and a safety plan, and


Six from Trenton schools take part in student walkout

Six students from Trenton High School and Middle School participated in a student-led walkout Wednesday morning to urge lawmakers to take action on gun violence. Superintendent Dan Wiebers reports the students went to the courtyard on the backside of the high school. He says administrators told the


Trenton woman injured in crash north of Trenton

A Trenton woman was injured in a single vehicle accident Monday afternoon one mile north of Trenton. The highway patrol reports 28-year-old Jessica Loman was taken by ambulance to the Wright Memorial Hospital with minor injuries. The accident report noted a sports utility vehicle was being driven b


Trenton Board of Education denies request for waiver regarding student walkout

The Trenton R-9 Board of Education Tuesday evening denied a request for a waiver from student conduct policy. The board unanimously denied Trenton High School student Emma Gilham's request for a waiver from Board Policy JFC in regard to a student walkout planned this Wednesday morning. Gilham told t


Chillicothe Fire Department responds to grass fire

The Chillicothe Fire Department provided mutual aid for the Utica Fire Protection District for a grass fire in Livingston County Thursday evening. Derrick Allen with the Chillicothe Fire Department reports the fire at 12081 LIV 418 burned about 40 acres of grass. He says no structures received damag