A Chillicothe business will be the location for an art show and sale September 20th and 21st that will be hosted by Access Two Independent Living Center.
The Lawson Lady Cardinals, playing on their home floor, swept the visiting Trenton Lady Bulldogs 25-19, 25-11 on Tuesday night.
Escaped Missouri fugitive Brian Adkison has been captured in northeast Ohio, according to authorities.
The Princeton Lady Tigers beat Albany on Tuesday night by a score of 8-3, with Chelsie Jones striking out 16 Lady Warriors.
The Princeton Tigers, coming off of a 34-7 loss at Milan to start the 2013 football season, host former coach Dave Cavanah and the Putnam County Midgets on Friday night.
The Trenton Lady Bulldogs finished in third place among three schools at Brookfield on Tuesday afternoon, shooting a team score of 257.
Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered that the U.S. and Missouri flags at state buildings in all 114 counties and the City of St. Louis be flown at half-staff on Thursday, Sept. 5.
The Chula Street Fair begins September 21st with with biscuits and gravy available at the firehouse from 7 until 10 o'clock, served by Chula Fire and Rescue. The breakfast is a free will donation.
A Trenton man, 26 year old James Earl Harding, has been arrested on a parole violation warrant.
Water was off approximately four hours yesterday as Trenton Municipal workers repaired a water main break.
This is the first day on the job for Grundy County's newest assessor.
The Trenton Lady Bulldog softball team dominated last night's game at Lawson, routing the Lady Cardinals in a 12-0 game called after the run rule in five innings.
Less than 48 hours after a disappointing start to their season, the Milan Lady Wildcats won the Putnam County Tournament on Saturday.
Thanks to our friends at Moore's Construction and Woodworking of Trenton, the "John Cowling Show" will debut on Tuesday afternoon (at 5:35) on KTTN FM 92.3.
Firefighters and Fire Explorers collected more than one thousand dollars ($1,027.32) for the Muscular Dystrophy Association over the Labor Day weekend.
Here is the complete scoreboard for local and regional sports events played on Tuesday, September 3, 2013:
The Milan Lady Wildcats are in search of their first win of the season, after falling to Marceline on Tuesday night by a score of 11-4.
The North Mercer softball teams open their seasons Wednesday night with games at Tina-Avalon, before hosting East Harrison High School on Tuesday night.
Due to the Labor Day holiday, the Grundy R-5 softball coaches shows were moved from Monday at 3:30 to Wednesday at 3:30 for THIS WEEK ONLY.
For those of you who did not have the opportunity to witness the escort by the Patriot Guard of Jonathon Hostetter, here is a short compilation of video.
A boil order has been issued by Trenton Municipal Utilities, as well as the Grundy County Public Water supply District.
Police have confirmed a sighting of Brian Adkison in a Cleveland suburb on Tuesday.
Several public hearings await members of the Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission. The hearings began at 7 o'clock yesterday evening at the Trenton City Hall.
Grundy County Commissioners met yesterday morning with two representatives of the Missouri department of transportation.
The Community Blood Center will be making two visits to Trenton in the next few days.
Single vehicle rollover accidents on Labor Day occurred east of Bethany and at Cameron.
The Patriot Guard riders organization will provide an escort today and then attend family visitation tomorrow night and funeral services Thursday for an area soldier killed in Afghanistan.
The Missouri Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association has released its high school football poll, with Milan in the Top Ten in Class 1, with Hamilton remaining #1.
Gilman City has announced a postponement of tonight's (Tuesday) game with Newtown-Harris, due to lack of numbers with the N-H program.
Officers were re-elected, a donation was made and plans set for the 2014 THS alumni reunion when the Board of Directors of the Foundation Trust for Trenton High School held their annual meeting on Sunday.
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