Volunteer efforts by three fire departments raised money locally for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Members of the Trenton Fire Department, Grundy County Rural Fire Protection District, and the Galt Fire Department conducted the annual “Boot Drive” this past weekend in Trenton.
The Penney High School Hornets are ranked in the top slot in Class 1 in the latest Missouri Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association high school football poll, announced on Tuesday night, September 4th. Click on "read more" to see the latest state poll, with area teams in BOLD:
Members of the North Central Missouri College Psychology and Sociology Club are organizing a trip to Italy, which is set for May 17th to May 28th, 2013. All members of the public are invited, meaning travelers DO NOT have to be college students.
The Milan Wildcats picked up 252 yards rushing from Mason Thompson and 179 from Aaron Richardson, dominating the Albany Warriors from start to finish on Friday night in a 54-0 victory at Cal Hubbard Field.
The Lexington Minutemen and Trenton Bulldogs did battle on a rain-soaked C.F. Russell Stadium on Friday night, with the visitors claiming a 21-14 victory, the first in the coaching career of Andy Lierman, a 1999 graduate of Lexington High School.
Bethany native and North Central Missouri College graduate Jessica (Prewitt) Stonecypher was recently named to the 2012 National Junior College Athletic Association Academic All-American Team for women’s basketball.
Premium Standard Farms LLC, along with legal counsel for plaintiffs in longstanding Missouri nuisance litigation, have announced an agreement has been reached to settle nearly 300 individual claims regarding PSF hog operations in Missouri.
Hunters play an important role in preventing the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD), according to the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC). Agency officials urge hunters to take simple, common-sense precautions when processing deer.
Leading 7-0 midway through Tuesday night's varsity softball game at Brookfield, the Trenton Lady Bulldogs handled a challenge from the home team with a two-run rally, putting away Brookfield by a 9-4 final score.
Eleven rural hospitals throughout Missouri will soon be able to provide improved tele-medicine care for their patients, thanks to $262,000 in grants from the Mo-Broadband-Now initiative announced today by Governor Jay Nixon.
Princeton quarterback Colton Hartley ran for three touchdowns and over 300 yards, as the Tigers picked up their first win of the 2012 football season, 31-8 on Friday night at Putnam County High School, in a game from Unionville broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.
Of more than 122,702 Missourians who would owe retroactive tax, 89 percent purchased vehicles from private individuals. According to the Missouri Governor's office, a retroactive car tax would overwhelmingly target Missourians who purchased vehicles from private individuals.
Announcement was made this afternoon that the city of Trenton has lifted its ban on outdoor burning. This ban had been in effect for the past two months due to extremely dry ground conditions. The Trenton Fire Department reported the burn ban was lifted as of this afternoon.
A woman has been sentenced in federal court for real estate fraud in the Kansas City area. Thirty-three year old Angela Allen of Mooresville was sentenced to 10 months in federal prison without parole. On October 18, 2011, Mrs. Allen pleaded guilty to wire fraud in the attempted purchase of a home, as charged in a Sept. 30, 2010, indictment.