The American legion, and the National Guard were topics of KTTN's Open Line program on this Veterans Day. Guests included Jack Griffin, Commander of American Legion Post 31, Cory French, Adjutant, American Legion Post 31, as well as Sergeant First Class Christine Chaney of the Army National Guard, 548th transportation unit at Trenton.
Harry and Alice Bratton of Leeâ€™s Summit recently donated $105,500 to the North Central Missouri College Foundation to be used during the upcoming restoration of Geyer Hall and its new Learning Commons Project.
Thursday morningsâ€™ house fire in Spickard claimed the lives of long time residents Bob and Judith Darby. The two bodies were recovered on the main floor of the brick two-story home at 515 Commercial Street of Spickard.
Officials have confirmed to KTTN the deaths of two people early this morning in a house fire at Spickard. Grundy County Coroner Dewayne Slater is withholding the release of their names pending positive identification.
Whatâ€™s called the Green Hills Dog-o-Thon is scheduled Saturday on The community walking trail in Trenton. Registration begins at 11 oâ€™clock as participants, with their dogs, meet at the Trenton Rock Barn.
The Princeton Chamber of Commerce says Santa will make a visit, children will receive treats and can shop for family members, there'll be a collection of gifts for a fireman's toy drive, and Princeton school choir and band students will perform Christmas carols.
The North Central Missouri College women's and men's basketball teams swept a doubleheader on Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton, with the Lady Pirates moving to 1-1 and the Pirates improving to 2-1.