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News : Riots reported at Livingston County Jail
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/11 10:38:53 (490 reads)

Reports are to be given to Livingston County's Prosecuting Attorney after what Sheriff Steve Cox called "significant" problems with "some or all" of the detainees in Cell Block #3 at the Livingston County Jail in Chillicothe last weekend. Cox said that cell block was evacuated, with nine detainees being moved to other county jail facilities.

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News : Mail carriers aim to "Stamp Out Hunger" on Saturday
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/11 10:22:32 (520 reads)

Mail carriers this Saturday (May 12th) will be collecting non-perishable food items to the Community Food Pantry. It is the mail carriers annual promotion called "Stamp Out Hunger".

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News : Tuesday afternoon crash injures Winston man
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/11 10:14:06 (399 reads)

A Winston resident was injured in a two vehicle accident on Tuesday afternoon in Daviess County, three miles west of Gallatin on Highway 6.

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Accidents : Three injured in Albany accident
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/10 8:00:36 (526 reads)

Three persons were taken to a hospital after an accident last night in Albany. The highway patrol described injuries as moderate for two drivers: 17 year old James Bell and 28 year old Alison Kreig-Runnels as well as her passenger, 29 year old John Runnels. Each of the Albany residents were taken by ambulance to Northwest Medical Center.

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Sports : NCMC Pirates sign Meadville's Keaton Duncan
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/8 13:45:04 (493 reads)

Keaton Duncan, a 6’7” post player, is the first announced recruit for the 2012-13 Pirates basketball team at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. The son of George and Gayla Duncan of Meadville, Keaton expects to receive a transfer degree from NCMC and eventually earn a bachelor’s degree in physical education.

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News : Minnesota company assists in efforts to increase rural Missouri broadband access
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 14:49:53 (432 reads)

A St. Paul based communications consulting company is assisting in efforts to determine additional broadband internet needs in Missouri. Senior Engineer Dick Nielsen of CBG Communications was in Trenton last week regarding findings in the 11 county area served by the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission.

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Road Work : Caldwell County bridge to be replaced
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:56:59 (447 reads)

Caldwell County Route W over EAST SHEEP Creek is to be closed beginning Monday, May 7th for a bridge replacement. That is in northwestern Caldwell County. The closure is expected to be four to five weeks.

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Accidents : Rural Mercer County accident injures Princeton man
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:51:03 (478 reads)

A Princeton man received what the Highway Patrol called SERIOUS injuries when the sport utility vehicle he was driving traveled off a road north of Princeton, hit a fence and trees, and overturned several times.

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News : David Nowland selected for NCMC teaching award
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:44:58 (343 reads)

North Central Missouri College students have selected agriculture teacher David Nowland for the Brown-Pushkarsky Award. The recognition is given annually to a North Central instructor who best exemplifies dedication to teaching. The award is named after two long-time instructors at the college.

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News : Work on Highway 6 between Trenton and Milan in MoDOT's "5 Year Plan"
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:38:40 (446 reads)

The Missouri Department of Transportation has released proposed road improvement projects for the next five years. At the same time, MoDOT continues to alert the public that decreased funding that MoDOT is experiencing will affect its ability to make transportation improvements.

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News : Nominations sought for TJC/NCMC "distinguished" alumni
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:30:35 (401 reads)

Nominations are being sought for distinguished alumni at Trenton Junior College and North Central Missouri College. Sunday, July 1st is the deadline to nominate people who have excelled in service to their profession, family, community, and support of the college. North Central says financial support is not a factor in the recognition program.

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News : Medicare workshop planned next week in Gallatin
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/4 9:09:33 (457 reads)

A workshop designed for participants to learn more about Medicare is scheduled for Wednesday, May 9th in Gallatin.

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News : Gilman City flushing water lines today
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/4 9:04:36 (436 reads)

Water lines are scheduled for flushing on Thursday and Friday in Gilman City. The city says water customers are advised NOT to wash laundry those two days because of possible discolored water. However, the city of Gilman City said the water WILL NOT be harmful.

Accidents : Cameron residents injured in DeKalb County accident
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/4 8:57:00 (558 reads)

Three people from Cameron were taken to a hospital after they were injured on Wednesday morning in a traffic accident four miles north of Cameron.

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Accidents : Breckenridge man injured in Pettis County accident
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/3 9:43:56 (478 reads)

A truck driver from Breckenridge escaped injury in a two-vehicle crash on Monday afternoon in Pettis County that claimed the life of a Marshall woman.

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News : Livingston County honors four for their "life-saving" actions
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/11 10:25:35 (444 reads)

On Wednesday, four current or past employees of the Livingston County Sheriffs Office were recognized for individual acts of courage and valor which resulted in the saving of four human lives late in 2011.

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News : Grundy and Sullivan County producers included in water quality initiative
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/11 10:20:02 (408 reads)

A Water Quality Initiative committed to improving three impaired waterways in Missouri was announced this week by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. State Conservationist J.R. Flores said his office will manage the initiative by making approximately $701,000 available to Missouri farmers, ranchers, and forest landowners in the priority areas which include parts of GRUNDY and SULLIVAN Counties.

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Sports : Trenton native Vandevender named girl's basketball coach at Smith-Cotton
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/11 10:09:59 (637 reads)

Former Trenton High School and North Central Missouri College standout Zach Vandevender has been named the new girl's basketball coach at Smith-Cotton High School in Sedalia, according to a recent report from the Sedalia Democrat.

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Sports : NCMC softball signs Norwood H.S. senior
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/9 13:59:00 (473 reads)

Norwood High School student/athlete Jordan Cottengim recently signed a letter of commitment to attend North Central Missouri College in Trenton in the fall and play softball for the NCMC Lady Pirates.

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Sports : NCMC softball coach resigns after only one season at the helm
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 15:09:19 (544 reads)

North Central Missouri College has announced the resignation of Kristen Boyes, after only one season as women's softball coach of the Lady Pirates.

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Sports : Trenton Bulldogs sweep Class 2, District 8 track and field titles
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 10:10:00 (723 reads)

For the first time in program history, the Trenton Bulldogs have won girl's and boy's district track titles in the same year, pulling off the feat on Saturday at Eagle Stadium in St. Joseph. The Trenton girls had 116 1/2 points, with Lathrop in second place at 91 1/2, while the Trenton boys had 108 points, with runner-up Lathrop at 94. Top FOUR finishers in each event advanced to this Saturday's Class 2, Section 4 meet at St. Joseph Christian High School.

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News : Mercer County's Relay for Life held Saturday
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:52:06 (473 reads)

The Mercer County Relay For Life raised over $25,000 for the American Cancer Society. The main activities were held between 12 noon and midnight on Saturday on the Princeton Square. Five teams participated in the annual event.

Accidents : Chillicothe man injured in Sunday evening wreck
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:47:54 (468 reads)

A Chillicothe man was injured on Sunday night when his northbound truck traveled off Livingston County Route Z, struck a ditch, overturned and came to rest on the passenger side.

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Accidents : Thursday morning accident injures Chillicothe teen
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:41:11 (282 reads)

A Chillicothe resident was injured when the car he was driving went off Highway 36, hit an embankment, and overturned in Macon County. Eighteen year old Kelton Diggs was taken to Samaritan Hospital in Macon with what the Highway Patrol called minor injuries.

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News : NCMC sophomores to have artwork shown at college's library
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:33:38 (414 reads)

North Central Missouri College sophomores Lauren Crawford of Chillicothe and Chelsea McCollum of Trenton have sold artwork to the college library. The library annually purchases artwork from North Central students. It is framed and hung in the library, along with a plaque with the artist's name and date of graduation, and title of the artwork.

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Sports : Participants announced for Lions All-Star Baskektball Classic
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/7 9:20:00 (766 reads)

Eighty-one standout student athletes will converge on North Central Missouri College in Trenton for the 2012 Lions All-Star Basketball Classic on Friday and Saturday, June 1st and 2nd. Four girls teams and four boys teams representing Lions Clubs from across northern Missouri will meet for a day of practice, an awards banquet and a total of eight games where an eventual champion will be crowned.

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News : Freedom of Road Riders plans Sunday meeting in Trenton
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/4 9:06:38 (556 reads)

Freedom of Road Riders Local 8 will be hosting its May meeting on Sunday morning at Eastside Park in Trenton. The meeting is at 11 o'clock and is open to everyone to attend.

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News : Governor Nixon honors Albany, Cainsville, and NE Nodaway High Schools for A+ designations
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/4 9:02:46 (439 reads)

Governor Jay Nixon, on Tuesday, made stops at three northern Missouri high schools to congratulate the schools on achieving the state's A+ Schools designation. The Governor also encouraged students at Albany, Cainsville, and Northeast Nodaway to take advantage of the A+ Schools program, which offers two years of free tuition and academic fees at Missouri's community colleges.

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News : Soper wins Spickard Board of Aldermen election
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/3 9:47:58 (480 reads)

A run-off election held on Tuesday has resulted in a new member for the Spickard Board of Aldermen.

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News : Boone County judge makes new ruling in the case of 1990 Chillicothe murder
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/3 9:40:00 (543 reads)

A Missouri judge ruled on Tuesday that a Chillicothe man, twice convicted in the 1990 slaying of a farm wife, was the victim of a "manifest injustice" and that no jury would have convicted him had "investigators done their job". Boone County Circuit Court Judge Gary Oxenhandler, who was appointed by the Missouri Supreme Court to review the case, said prosecutors failed to turn over key evidence to Mark Woodworth's lawyers and overlooked numerous conflicts of interest among prosecutors, a judge, and law enforcement.

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