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Sports : Royals Beat San Diego For Cactus League Win #12
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/21 5:26:26 (94 reads)

Chris Young fired three innings of one-run baseball in his first start as a Royal, while Eric Hosmer had a two-run double, part of a three-run fifth inning rally, leading the Kansas City Royals to a 6-1 win over the San Diego Padres on Friday night in Peoria, Arizona.
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Sports : Scotland County Unanimously Accepts Lewis And Clark Offer
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 10:41:38 (202 reads)

Just as their rivals at Knox County, the Scotland County School District has voted unanimously to accept an invitation to join the Lewis and Clark Conference, starting in the 2016-2017 academic year.
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Sports : Vargas Scuffles In Royals Spring Training Loss To Colorado
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 9:41:18 (105 reads)

Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado hit a pair of home runs, as the Rockies offense tagged Royals left-hander Jason Vargas for nine runs and nine runs over 1 2/3 innings, in a 13-2 Rockies win on Thursday at Surprise Stadium.
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Sports : Lady Pirates Run Winning Streak To Six In Arizona Desert
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 9:09:28 (141 reads)

The spring break trip to Tucson, Arizona is agreeing with the North Central Missouri College softball team, winners of four straight games this week, and six overall.
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News : Wallace State Park To Host Easter-Themed Events
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:33:15 (128 reads)

Wallace State Park, south of Cameron, will be the site of an Easter Egg Hunt, nature displays, and drawings for prizes on Saturday, April 4th.
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News : Plans To Renovate NCMC's Geyer Hall Coming Into Focus
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:23:36 (128 reads)

North Central Missouri College staff, and a committee, are meeting with architects to finalize plans to renovate Geyer Hall on the college campus in downtown Trenton.
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Sports : Royals Trim Roster, Making Flurry Of Mid-Week Moves
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:14:21 (101 reads)

The Kansas City Royals have announced several roster moves, prior to Wednesday's Spring Training game against the Milwaukee Brewers.
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Sports : Time To Sign-Up For Trenton Ball Association
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 7:51:44 (117 reads)

The Trenton Baseball-Softball Association (TBA) is accepting sign-ups for the 2015 summer season.
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Sports : Early Surge Leads NCMC Baseball To Road Win At Missouri Valley
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 7:38:16 (56 reads)

The North Central Missouri College baseball team built a seven-run lead, and then held on late, taking a 9-7 win against the Missouri Valley JV on Tuesday afternoon in Marshall.
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Sports : Another Domino Falls In Conference Re-Alignment : Knox Goes Lewis And Clark
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:59:28 (149 reads)

KRES Radio in Moberly is reporting that Tri-Rivers Conference member Knox County High School has formally accepted an invitation to join the Lewis and Clark Conference, in all sports, beginning in the 2016-2017 school year.
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News : Christian Motorcycle Events Planned For April In Chillicothe
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:33:37 (133 reads)

A Christian Motorcycle Association annual "Blessing of the Bikes" and bike inspections will be held this April, in Chillicothe.
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News : Daviess County Health Department Offering Discounted Services
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:23:41 (102 reads)

The Daviess County Health Department in Gallatin is celebrating 40 years in operation, and Public Health Week, by offering free blood testing to Daviess County residents, and discounted rates for non-Daviess County residents to receive those tests.
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Accidents : Wednesday Accident Injures Maysville Woman
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:07:42 (112 reads)

A one-vehicle accident at mid-afternoon Wednesday injured 50-year old Lisa Smith of Maysville. The Highway Patrol described Ms. Smith's injuries as moderate. She was hospitalized at Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph.
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Sports : Royals Sign Veteran SS Rafael Furcal
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 9:56:22 (104 reads)

The Kansas City Royals, in a move best described as "taking a swing in the dark", have signed 37-year old veteran shortstop Rafael Furcal.
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News : Gallatin Man Charged With Possession Of Child Porn
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/18 11:33:01 (240 reads)

The St. Joseph News-Press reports that 32-year old Cameron Wilson of Gallatin was charged with possession of child pornography on Monday.
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Sports : Former Chief Bowe Signs With Cleveland
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 14:56:10 (101 reads)

(ESPN.com) - Cleveland, OH - The Cleveland Browns need receiver help in the worst way and are getting it with the addition of Dwayne Bowe.
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Sports : NCMC Baseball Splits Games In Rainy Poplar Bluff
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 10:15:56 (100 reads)

Rain pushed back the scheduled first pitch by one hour, but both ends of a Region 16 doubleheader were played on Thursday, with North Central Missouri College at Three Rivers Community College.
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Sports : NCMC Rival Penn Valley Stays Alive In National Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 9:31:33 (108 reads)

The Region 16 champion Penn Valley Scouts defeated Essex County (New Jersey) on Thursday morning, advancing to the consolation semifinals in the NJCAA Division 2 National Tournament in Danville, Illinois.
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News : Trenton Solar Panel Farm To Be Discussed
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:38:01 (117 reads)

The solar panel farm, to be located at the northern edge of Trenton, will be discussed during the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce's quarterly luncheon.
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News : Wright Memorial CEO Announced As NCMC Commencement Speaker
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:27:08 (151 reads)

Gary Jordan, Chief Executive Officer with Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton, will provide the Commencement Address at North Central Missouri College’s afternoon ceremony on May 9.
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Breaking News : Cameron Police Cancels Silver Advisory
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:17:07 (327 reads)

The Cameron Police Department has cancelled an Endangered SILVER Advisory that was issued Tuesday morning for a missing adult from Tecumseh, Michigan.
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Sports : District P Champion North Arkansas Falls In National Tournament Opener
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 8:01:07 (97 reads)

The Lady Pioneers of North Arkansas College found life difficult in the opening round of the NJCAA Division Two National Tournament in Overland Park, Kansas on Wednesday morning, falling to #4 seeded Kirkwood Community College, 77-45.
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News : Princeton FFA Has Success At NCMC Agriculture Day
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/20 7:45:52 (139 reads)

Competitions were held in 12 agriculture judging contests throughout the day on Thursday at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.
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Sports : MIAA Champion Bearcats Lose To MSU-Moorhead, End Season 25-7
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 11:25:05 (106 reads)

The Northwest Missouri State men's basketball team ran into a tough #2 seeded squad out of Moorhead, Minnesota on Tuesday night, losing the Central Regional championship game, 47-42 at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
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Sports : Braymer, King City To Go 8-Man, Balancing GRC Football For 2016-2017 Season
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:40:00 (331 reads)

School boards in both the Braymer and King City school districts, earlier this month, voted to begin playing 8-man football, beginning with the 2016 season.
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News : Trenton PD Warns Of Computer-Involved Scams
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:27:45 (133 reads)

Trenton Police say they have received another report of a "foreign business calling a local resident, claiming that person's computer has a virus".
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News : Rep. Mike Lair Announces Events At Chillicothe, Trenton
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:10:00 (96 reads)

State Representative Mike Lair of Chillicothe will participate in a Friday morning legislative update in Chillicothe and hold a "listening post" on Monday in Trenton.
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Sports : Mizzou To Pay SEMO, Missouri State To Play In Columbia
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/19 10:02:00 (108 reads)

The Kansas City Star is reporting, citing contract information between Missouri and in-state schools Southeast Missouri State and Missouri State, that MU will pay out $1.21 million over the next five years, in order to play a total of three games.
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BULLETIN! : Silver Advisory Issued For Michigan Man, Traveling To Cameron
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/18 11:50:00 (183 reads)

UPDATE: Advisory was cancelled on Thursday night
The Cameron Police Department has issued an Endangered Silver Advisory, for a missing man believed to be traveling from Tecumseh, Michigan to Cameron, Missouri for a funeral.
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News : Meetings Scheduled For Northeast Missouri
Posted by Tom on 2015/3/18 11:28:08 (96 reads)

A staff member for Congressman Sam Graves will be in Milan, Unionville, and Lancaster on Thursday, March 26th, receiving questions, comments, and requests for assistance from the public.
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