Silas Bohannan, a North Central Missouri College sophomore from Neosho, Missouri has signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at the University of Missouri next fall. Bohannan (or, as he is known on the baseball field, “Sibo”) will play at Mizzou for his junior and senior years of athletic eligibility.
One person was injured in Mercer early on Tuesday evening, when the Highway Patrol reports a car was rear-ended in a 5:45 collision that happened on Mercer County Route M. Injuries were described as minor for 42-year old Dana Stark of Mercer, who was transported by ambulance to Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton.
David M. Ketchmark, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Trenton man has pleaded guilty in federal court today to his role in the robbery of a Jamesport bank.
The Chillicothe Area Arts Council will present its traditional Christmas cultural luncheon from 12 noon to 1 o'clock on Thursday, December 6th at the First Christian Church in Chillicothe. The Chillicothe High School Select choir will present the program, with the audience being able to join in with the singing of carols towards the latter half of the program.
The Trenton Police Department's selective traffic enforcement efforts through next Sunday (November 25th) involve 5th Street near Linn, Harris Avenue, and Oklahoma Avenue. Officers will be looking for traffic violations, such as speeding, careless and imprudent driving, and failure to halt at stop signs.
A Milan boy was hurt when a car collided with a sport utility vehicle east of Milan on Saturday morning. Eight-year old Jordan Axume was taken to Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, with what the Highway Patrol called minor injuries.
Curtis Crawford, Executive Director of USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) in Grundy County announced that the county committee elections are in progress. Ballots were mailed to eligible voters and completed ballots must be returned by mail or to local FSA offices by December 3, 2012.
According to Garry L. Mathes, chair of the 2012 Missouri Livestock Symposium, this year’s beef cattle section is intended to help producers economically, plan for the future, be safe and provide the latest on some economically significant cattle diseases.
Behind 32 points from senior guard Nancy Berwanger, the Princeton Lady Tigers outlasted the visiting Shamrocks of North Harrison High School on Tuesday night, in a 72-47 final score from the Princeton gymnasium.
The Stacy Center in Princeton hosts a "Winter Wonderland" event on Saturday, December 1st from 9 to 2 o'clock. Local vendors will be at the Stacy Center for people wishing to do Christmas shopping. Princeton High School students will provide gift wrapping and entertainment. Among the entertainers will be a gymnastics group performing tumbling routines.
The North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates and Pirates play host to the Southwestern (IA) Community College Spartans tonight (Tuesday night) at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton, looking to sweep the season series against their rivals north of the border.
A New Cambria resident was injured early Sunday morning when the pickup truck he was driving went off Highway 149 and hit a tree and fence near the north city limits of New Cambria. Twenty-four year old Michael Mallett was taken to University Hospital in Columbia (by helicopter), with injuries described as MODERATE by the Highway Patrol.
A Chillicothe woman is hospitalized in Kansas City following a roll-over accident Monday night in rural Livingston County. The Highway Patrol said 32 year old Amanda Robinson was SERIOUSLY injured, and flown by medical helicopter to St. Luke's Hospital on the Plaza.
Ground will be broken in just a few months on the new walking trail and memorial garden at Wright Memorial Hospital and on Friday, employees of the local hospital were recognized for their support to the new construction.
A Unionville resident was hurt on Friday morning when the pickup truck he was driving overturned off Highway 136 west of Unionville. Eighteen-year old Richard Mendenhall was flown by medical helicopter to University Hospital in Columbia, with what the Highway Patrol called SERIOUS injuries.