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Accidents : Jamesport Accident Injures Daviess County Men
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/10 8:30:29 (502 reads)

Residents of Jamesport and Gallatin were injured Thursday afternoon when a sport utility vehicle hit the side of a van in Jamesport.
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News : Trenton R-9 Announces Summer School Plans
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/10 8:06:50 (126 reads)

The Trenton R-9 School District holds summer school from May 26th to June 26th for students entering kindergarten through ninth grade.
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News : Missouri Biologists Studying Deer Habits, Reproduction
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/10 7:39:32 (92 reads)

Biologists for the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) are learning more about white-tailed deer survival, reproduction, and movement as a five-year study progresses.
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Sports : Cain Blast Sends Royals To 2-0 Start
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/9 11:00:00 (70 reads)

Kansas City center fielder Lorenzo Cain launched a Zach Putnam fastball over the left-field bullpen on Wednesday night, giving the Royals a 7-5 win over the Chicago White Sox in Game #2 of the 2015 season.
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Sports : Cardinals Shut Out At Chilly Wrigley, 2-0
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/9 8:20:00 (54 reads)

Chicago, IL (SportsNetwork.com) - It took the Chicago Cubs 16 innings to score their first two runs of the 2015 season, but that was more than enough to record the initial win of the Joe Maddon era.
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News : Thirty-Two 4-H And FFA Members Awarded Scholarships
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:57:22 (136 reads)

Thirty-two Missouri 4-H and FFA members have been chosen by the Missouri State Fair Foundation's "Youth in Agriculture" committee to receive scholarships this year.
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News : MDC And Quail Forever Announce Informational Meeting
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:47:26 (91 reads)

The Missouri Department of Conservation and Quail Forever host an informational meeting for landowners on the benefits of forming a prescribed burn association.
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Sports : Milan Wildcats Open Week With Back-To-Back Losses
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:30:00 (111 reads)

The Milan High School baseball team has lost two games this week, sending its losing streak to four games in a row.
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Sports : Trenton Boys Tennis Wins Back-To-Back Matches
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:05:13 (89 reads)

The Trenton boys tennis team kept Carrollton winless, beating the Trojans 8-1 in a Tuesday afternoon duel at Carrollton High School.
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Sports : Trenton Edges Penney To Win Brookfield Golf Triangular
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 9:31:40 (138 reads)

The Trenton Bulldogs, with a team score of 164, won Tuesday afternoon's Brookfield triangular golf competition at the Brookfield Country Club.
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News : Hearing For Bradley Chapman Moved To May 7th
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 8:39:48 (125 reads)

A preliminary hearing for 34-year old Bradley Chapman on Newtown, on Sullivan County charges accusing him with burglary, assault, and unlawful use of the weapon, has been postponed until Thursday, May 7th.
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Weather : Severe Weather On Wednesday and Thursday?
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 13:51:39 (214 reads)

Going back into last weekend, the National Weather Service has been highlighting Wednesday and Thursday as potential "severe weather" days for the Midwest, with ingredients coming together to bring storms with high winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes.
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Fires : Spickard Fire Destroys Storage Shed
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 11:10:00 (432 reads)

A Monday fire destroyed a storage shed at 304 South Eighth Street in Spickard. Spickard Fire Protection District Spokesman Jesse Richmond said it was an accidental blaze.
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News : Historic Bakery Site In Chillicothe Changes Ownership
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:48:38 (210 reads)

A historic Chillicothe building, at the corner of 1st and Elm Streets, is under new ownership. The building was the home of the Chillicothe Baking Company, where sliced bread was invented in July 1928.
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News : THS To Host Talent Show On Saturday Night
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:36:41 (149 reads)

Tickets are on sale for the local talent showcase called "Trenton's Got Talent". It will be presented Saturday night at Trenton High School, starting at 7 o'clock.
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Sports : SEMO Coaching Search Includes Three With Mizzou Ties
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/10 8:25:08 (134 reads)

(SEMissourian.com) - At least five men have been contacted about the Southeast Missouri State men's basketball coaching vacancy.
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News : Missouri Education Board Holds Public Hearings, Seeking Improvements
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/10 7:40:00 (73 reads)

Missouri's Coordinating Board for Higher Education has met with the public in St. Joseph, in an attempt to change the way degrees are earned, and highlight issues facing higher education.
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News : Linn County Republican Organization Plans Thursday Meeting
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/10 7:32:49 (123 reads)

The Linn County Republican Women will meet on Thursday, April 16th at Suzie Q II Restaurant in Marceline.
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News : Reward Offered In Burglary Case From February
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/9 9:17:54 (193 reads)

The Grundy County Sheriff's Department has posted a notice through social media, the offer of a monetary reward as investigation continues into a rural burglary.
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News : Trenton's Main Street To Close Friday Night
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 13:35:19 (162 reads)

For safety reasons, a one block section of Main Street in downtown Trenton will be blocked off to traffic Friday evening to accommodate persons attending an outdoor music concert. The band ‚ÄúSyndrome of Fire‚ÄĚ will perform rock music, with Christian overtones, from 7 until 9 o'clock.
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News : Highway Patrol Announces Sobriety Checkpoint Plans
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:50:13 (166 reads)

The Missouri State Highway Patrol plans a Sobriety Checkpoint in Caldwell County and a Driving While Intoxicated saturation in Livingston County, both sometime in May.
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Sports : NCMC Softball Breaks Losing Streak With Seven Run Rally
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:30:00 (88 reads)

The North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates rallied from a seven-run deficit in Game 2 of a Tuesday afternoon doubleheader at Maple Woods Community College, winning 10-8 in nine innings.
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Sports : Former Mizzou Tiger Jonathan Williams III Eyeing Michigan State
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 10:15:54 (313 reads)

Spartan Tailgate, a Michigan State website affiliated with 247 Sports, is reporting that former Missouri forward Jonathan Williams III is "eyeing Michigan State as his next destination".
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Sports : Trenton Boys Win Higginsville Track Invitational, Girls Third
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 9:46:36 (150 reads)

The Trenton Bulldogs boys track and field team amassed 120 points on Tuesday afternoon, to win the Higginsville Relays.
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News : Litter Clean-Up To Be Held Saturday, North Of Milan
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 8:52:37 (84 reads)

The North Missouri Regional Water Commission and the Highway 5 Corridor Coalition are organizing a litter clean-up in connection with the Missouri Department of Transportation, Conservation, and Natural Resources.
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News : With 68 Percent Support, Trenton Re-Elects Mayor McHargue
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/8 8:32:53 (255 reads)

Trenton's Mayor has been re-elected and there will be two new city councilmen following Tuesday's election results. Grundy County voters defeated a levy increase for the Nursing Home District. Mayor Nick McHargue carried all four wards and absentees in rolling up over 68 percent of the vote to defeat Councilman Mark Robinson.
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News : Green Hills Wellness Challenge Wraps Up For 2015
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 11:18:41 (288 reads)

Participants in this year's Green Hills Wellness Challenge in Trenton, combined, lost nearly 2,100 pounds.
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Sports : 90-Year Old Bethany Vet Throws Out First Pitch At Royals Opener
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:50:00 (244 reads)

A World War 2 veteran, and native of Bethany, threw out the first pitch during Opening Day ceremonies on Monday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium. Ninety-year old Dale Mitchell, during the war, was a POW while stationed in Europe.
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News : Chillicothe Chamber's "Young Professionals" Become EPIC
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:44:31 (106 reads)

The Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that the Young Professionals segment of its organization has a new name.
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News : "Chiefs Tea" Is Friday Morning At Trenton's 1st Christian Church
Posted by Tom on 2015/4/7 10:28:07 (101 reads)

Tickets can be purchased this week, for an event that promoters say is designed to increase awareness of domestic violence, and raise funds for the Green Hills Women's Shelter in Trenton.
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