The Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education has approved a curriculum revision to comply with new Missouri Learning Standards, the transition of student information and teacher grading into a new information system, and a plan to send 2 staff members and the Administrator to training on a new Educator Evaluation System.
The Trenton Lady Bulldog volleyball team, in comparison to their match against September against the Lathrop Lady Mules, were much more competitive, but lost in straight sets on Tuesday night at the THS gymnasium.
The Princeton softball team is preparing to win a district championship this weekend, owning the #1 seed for Class 1, District 15 at Eagleville, while the Princeton football team is aiming to break a four-game losing skid this Friday, hosting the King City Wildkats:
WASHINGTON (AP) â€” About 3.8 million veterans will not receive disability compensation next month if the partial government shutdown continues into late October, Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki says.
Saturday's victory for the Trenton Bulldogs has helped THS tighten its hold on the #4 spot in the Class 2, District 8 standings, and a potential quarterfinal playoff game at C.F. Russell Stadium on Friday, November 1st.
The City of Princeton will have a new natural gas supplier. Deputy City Clerk, Danette Snapp, explained natural gas no longer will be available from the current provider, One Oak, so a consultant has recommended natural gas be purchased from Seminole Energy Services of Denver, Colorado.
The Tri-County Conference has announced first team, second team, and coach of the year honorees, along with the MVP awards for the 2013 girl's softball and boy's baseball seasons. Click on "read more" to see the list. Area honorees will be highlighted in bold.
The Chillicothe Police Department have once again released their report of activities over the last week. The report indicates a response to domestic assault, a stolen vehicle, and an arrest on drug related charges.
The Trenton R-9 Board of Education last evening approved a memorandum of understanding with two other entities which commits the school district to financing its share of improvements to the Johnson softball field.
The Trenton JV Bulldogs found themselves on the short end of a 48-8 score on Monday night against the Lathrop Mules at C.F. Russell Stadium. The two teams were a more even match than the final score indicated, but turnovers and special team breakdowns hurt the Bulldogs.