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P!ease repost city ordinance on pets/leash and cats as well. Sorry but it's out of hand again.
Great website as it should be. Thanks Randall Mann
These photos are from about 6:43, 1 mile north of Cameron off 69 hwy on Raven road. A tornado formed right at our property and ended at neighbors across the road.
Hello guys, it's been raining and blowing here in Humphreys for 15 minutes already.
Thanks for the weather updates.
S of the River @ Chillicothe.
7 mi S of Chillicothe
Just caught this on camera over Jamesport
65 South of Chillicothe is OPEN. I just came through there. There are still workers present at the RR bridge, so use caution!
We had 5.3 inches of rain south of Cora and Linneus had 5.5inches.
Grand River at Spickard 7:00 am
🚧🛑Warning to everyone Rt KK East of Harris road tube is watching out!!! 3ft to 4ft into the road. Biggest Road tube might not last til morning.
Warning!🚧
Actually washing out across the road. Tube is washing out.

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Community of Chula announces events for Street Fair on Saturday 09/13/2021

Community of Chula announces events for Street Fair on Saturday

Community of Chula announces events for Street Fair on Saturday The community of Chula announces several events for their Street Fair on Saturday, September 18, 2021. Biscuits and gravy will be served at the Chula Community Center from 7 to 9 a.m. Saturday. There will be a fish fry Saturday evening from 5:30 to 7 o’clock also at the Chula community center. Fre...

Missouri’s statewide ‘ShakeOut’ earthquake drill set for October 21 09/13/2021

Missouri’s statewide ‘ShakeOut’ earthquake drill set for October 21

Missouri’s statewide ‘ShakeOut’ earthquake drill set for October 21 Registration is open for the 2021 Great Central U. S. “ShakeOut” earthquake drill on October 21, 2021. More than 320,000 people are already registered for this year’s ShakeOut drill, which is designed to remind people how to protect themselves during an earthquake. Missouri is one of 14 partic...

BTC Bank announces purchase of 1st Cameron State Bank 09/13/2021

BTC Bank announces purchase of 1st Cameron State Bank

BTC Bank announces purchase of 1st Cameron State Bank BTC Bank has announced that it has signed an agreement to purchase 1st Cameron State Bank with two locations in Cameron, Missouri. Terms of the purchase provide for BTC Bank to acquire substantially all of the assets, deposits, and liabilities associated with 1st Cameron State Bank. “BTC Bank is e...

Gallatin Homecoming activities set to begin September 27 09/13/2021

Gallatin Homecoming activities set to begin September 27

Gallatin Homecoming activities set to begin September 27 Gallatin Homecoming will be held the week of September 27, 2021, with the theme “Don’t Stop Believing in GHS.” Spirit days will be observed that Monday through Friday. On October 1, Coronation begins at 5:30 pm before the football game. Attendants are Sophomores Alex Endicott and Peyton Baker,...

09/13/2021

Two boil advisories were lifted today by the Mercer county public water supply district.

No longer in effect are the advisories from last week which included an advisory on Wednesday on Karma Avenue.

The other was from Thursday for rural water customers in southeast Mercer county. It had affected customers within the boundaries, and nearby roads, that included Route E on the north, Sullivan County line on the east, Grundy County line on the south, and Highway 65 was the western boundary.

Two boil advisories were lifted today by the Mercer county public water supply district.

No longer in effect are the advisories from last week which included an advisory on Wednesday on Karma Avenue.

The other was from Thursday for rural water customers in southeast Mercer county. It had affected customers within the boundaries, and nearby roads, that included Route E on the north, Sullivan County line on the east, Grundy County line on the south, and Highway 65 was the western boundary.

LGBTQ history exhibit goes unmentioned by Missouri Board of Public Buildings, governor cited for its removal 09/13/2021

LGBTQ history exhibit goes unmentioned by Missouri Board of Public Buildings, governor cited for its removal

When the exhibit was removed, the Governor said that approval was not sought for the exhibit from the board; however, the museum’s former director said in his 24 years on the job he never had to seek board approval for exhibits.

LGBTQ history exhibit goes unmentioned by Missouri Board of Public Buildings, governor cited for its removal (Missouri Independent) – When news broke that an LGBTQ history exhibit was suddenly and without warning removed from the Missouri Capitol, Gov. Mike Parson contended the reason was that it didn’t get pre-approval from a board he chairs, but at that board’s first meeting in more than a year on ...

After receiving "poor" audit rating in 2020, Monroe City making progress, but after follow-up review only 3 changes fully implemented 09/13/2021

After receiving "poor" audit rating in 2020, Monroe City making progress, but after follow-up review only 3 changes fully implemented

After receiving "poor" audit rating in 2020, Monroe City making progress, but after follow-up review only 3 changes fully implemented A report from State Auditor Nicole Galloway finds that Monroe City has implemented some recommendations from a 2020 audit, but that other concerns remain. The June 2020 audit of Monroe City was initiated through a citizen petition, which required 200 valid signatures of qualified voters in the city....

Leadership Northwest Music Jam at Black Silo Winery quickly approaching 09/13/2021

Leadership Northwest Music Jam at Black Silo Winery quickly approaching

Leadership Northwest Music Jam at Black Silo Winery quickly approaching Country music star, Sunny Sweeney, will be headlining the first-ever Leadership Northwest Music Jam with ticket proceeds benefiting the Leadership Northwest Missouri program. The show will be hosted at Black Silo Winery in Trenton, MO on Saturday, September 25, 2021. Trenton local, Salem Croy, will....

"Brew Fest" and dog costume contest to be held in downtown Trenton on October 2 09/13/2021

"Brew Fest" and dog costume contest to be held in downtown Trenton on October 2

"Brew Fest" and dog costume contest to be held in downtown Trenton on October 2 The next community event scheduled in downtown Trenton will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2021, and will include a dog costume contest hosted by Pet Central of Trenton. The event will begin at 2 pm at Sesquicentennial Park. There will be a Craft Beer Tasting event at 3 o’clock that day. Particip...

Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education to meet on Tuesday 09/13/2021

Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education to meet on Tuesday

Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education to meet on Tuesday The agenda has been released for a Tuesday night, September 14, 2021, meeting of the Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education. The 6 pm meeting is to be held in the school library near Trenton. Topics include school improvements, Missouri school board association updates, a field trip request, reports,....

Tricia Burkhardt announced as Executive Director of Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation 09/13/2021

Tricia Burkhardt announced as Executive Director of Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation

Tricia Burkhardt announced as Executive Director of Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation Board of Directors unanimously approved the appointment of Tricia Burkhardt as the executive director of the nonprofit devoted to advancing the conservation and appreciation of Missouri’s natural resources, including fish, forest, and wildlife. Burkhar...

North Central Missouri College Upward Bound Program now accepting applications for new participants 09/13/2021

North Central Missouri College Upward Bound Program now accepting applications for new participants

North Central Missouri College Upward Bound Program now accepting applications for new participants The Upward Bound Program based at North Central Missouri College in Trenton will be recruiting and accepting participant applications. High school students in the Chillicothe, Gallatin, Grundy R-V of Galt, Penney of Hamilton, Trenton, and Tri-County of Jamesport school districts are invited to submi...

Vehicle break-ins prompt reminder from Bethany Police Department 09/13/2021

Vehicle break-ins prompt reminder from Bethany Police Department

Vehicle break-ins prompt reminder from Bethany Police Department The Bethany Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance as it conducts investigations regarding motor vehicle break-ins from the weekend. The Bethany Police Department, via Facebook, says the department received a large number of calls regarding vehicles being broken into. Vehicle owne...

Chillicothe firefighters respond to grass fire started by bottle rocket 09/13/2021

Chillicothe firefighters respond to grass fire started by bottle rocket

Chillicothe firefighters respond to grass fire started by bottle rocket A small area of grass was burned in a fire that Chillicothe firefighters say was started by a stray bottle rocket. The fire department was called Sunday afternoon to go to an address in the 11,000 block of LIV Road 2353. Off-duty personnel was described as at the scene prior to the arrival of the [....

Mercer County Sheriff responds to altercation at rural intersection 09/13/2021

Mercer County Sheriff responds to altercation at rural intersection

Mercer County Sheriff responds to altercation at rural intersection On Sunday morning, the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department and Mercer County Ambulance district responded to the intersection of Routes E and J for a physical altercation involving several individuals. Upon arrival, several interviews were conducted. One individual requested medical treatment and w...

Chillicothe firefighters respond to house fire on Cowgill Street 09/13/2021

Chillicothe firefighters respond to house fire on Cowgill Street

Chillicothe firefighters respond to house fire on Cowgill Street Chillicothe firefighters on Sunday evening responded to a house fire at 325 Cowgill Street. Upon arrival, fire was seen coming from the peak of the roof in the middle of the structure. A spokesman noted fire was on the second floor, having vented itself through a window. Fire crews forced entry to a...

Democrats face several hurdles for their $3.5 trillion budget 09/13/2021

Democrats face several hurdles for their $3.5 trillion budget

The biggest hurdle to Democrats may now be a Democrat. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., a centrist who has long expressed reservations about the size of the budget plan now appears to be siding with Republicans.

"Given the current state of the economic recovery, it is simply irresponsible to continue spending at levels more suited to respond to a Great Depression or Great Recession — not an economy that is on the verge of overheating," Manchin said. He added, "I firmly believe that continuing to spend at irresponsible levels puts at risk our nation's ability to respond to the unforeseen crises our country could face."

Democrats face several hurdles for their $3.5 trillion budget The Senate struggled for months to get agreement and ultimately a bipartisan vote to pass a $1 trillion infrastructure package. Now Democrats in Congress are moving on to something potentially even harder: staying united on a $3.5 trillion budget that would represent the most ambitious remaking of t...

Audio: Be careful downloading "free" software and movies 09/13/2021

Audio: Be careful downloading "free" software and movies

Audio: Be careful downloading "free" software and movies Before you get tempted to pirate software or download file-sharing software on your computer, be sure you know what you’re getting into. Consumer protection specialist Lara Sutherlin says having up-to-date malware protection and firewalls on your PC or tablet is a good first start to keeping yours...

Food insecurity rose for single moms, families of color in 2020 09/13/2021

Food insecurity rose for single moms, families of color in 2020

Food insecurity rose for single moms, families of color in 2020 The rate of people experiencing hunger in Colorado and across the U.S. remained statistically steady overall during 2020, according to initial data released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. But people of color and low-income workers experienced food insecurity at dramatically higher rates duri...

Study to probe how black parents, kids in Missouri discuss racial violence 09/13/2021

Study to probe how black parents, kids in Missouri discuss racial violence

Study to probe how black parents, kids in Missouri discuss racial violence More than a year after the police killing of George Floyd that sparked nationwide protests, a professor in St. Louis is taking on a project to figure out what support systems Black parents have to talk with their kids about racial violence. Missouri has been a central point of the movement against p...

Trenton city sales tax receipts continue on the plus side for May through September 09/13/2021

Trenton city sales tax receipts continue on the plus side for May through September

Trenton city sales tax receipts continue on the plus side for May through September Trenton city sales tax revenue is up nearly 13 percent for general purposes and capital projects, and up more than 14 percent for parks, fire department needs, and transportation. Those numbers in the first five months of Trenton’s fiscal year, May through September 2021, compared to the same peri...

Trenton woman taken to Wright Memorial Hospital after crashing on Oklahoma Avenue 09/13/2021

Trenton woman taken to Wright Memorial Hospital after crashing on Oklahoma Avenue

Trenton woman taken to Wright Memorial Hospital after crashing on Oklahoma Avenue A Trenton resident was hurt early Saturday afternoon in Trenton when the car she was driving was hit on the passenger side and overturned. Fifty-three-year-old Rosalind Nichols was taken by Grundy County EMS to Wright Memorial Hospital with suspected serious injuries. The driver of the other vehicle...

Former Chillicothe resident sentenced to 20 years in prison on child po*******hy charges 09/13/2021

Former Chillicothe resident sentenced to 20 years in prison on child po*******hy charges

Former Chillicothe resident sentenced to 20 years in prison on child po*******hy charges Sentencing has been held for an Independence man on two counts of possession of child po*******hy in 2018. 33-year-old Zachary Ryan Kerns was sentenced in Daviess County Circuit Court to serve 20 years with the Missouri Department of Corrections. The sentence was listed as 10 years on each count wit...

Missouri GOP vow to push back against Biden’s announced vaccine mandate 09/12/2021

Missouri GOP vow to push back against Biden’s announced vaccine mandate

Missouri GOP vow to push back against Biden’s announced vaccine mandate (Missouri Independent) – Missouri Republicans assailed President Joe Biden’s push to require employees of private businesses to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing, vowing a legislative response and legal action. Gov. Mike Parson promised to “fight back against federal po...

Senator Hawley demands explanation of unconstitutional Biden vaccine mandate 09/12/2021

Senator Hawley demands explanation of unconstitutional Biden vaccine mandate

Senator Hawley demands explanation of unconstitutional Biden vaccine mandate U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) sent a letter to Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh demanding an explanation of the supposed constitutional basis of the Department of Labor’s planned attempt to use the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to mandate vaccinations for 80 million private-sector...

Missouri Governor condemns Biden's vaccine mandate, vows legal fight against federal overreach 09/12/2021

Missouri Governor condemns Biden's vaccine mandate, vows legal fight against federal overreach

Missouri Governor condemns Biden's vaccine mandate, vows legal fight against federal overreach Governor Mike Parson announced that his administration will reject the Biden Administration’s attempt to enforce an unconstitutional, federal vaccine mandate for Missourians and private businesses. The Office of the Governor has been in communication with leadership from the Missouri General Assem...

Missouri Highway Patrol reports the arrest of two on Saturday 09/12/2021

Missouri Highway Patrol reports the arrest of two on Saturday

Missouri Highway Patrol reports the arrest of two on Saturday The highway patrol reports a 19-year old Antioch, Illinois teenager was arrested early Saturday evening, September 11, 2021, in Harrison County. Elkanah Gahimaand was accused of felony counts of resisting arrest by fleeing creating a substantial risk of injury, tampering with a motor vehicle, and po...

5-year-old driver and 8-year-old passenger on ATV life flighted to Children's Mercy Hospital after crashing on Saturday 09/12/2021

5-year-old driver and 8-year-old passenger on ATV life flighted to Children's Mercy Hospital after crashing on Saturday

5-year-old driver and 8-year-old passenger on ATV life flighted to Children's Mercy Hospital after crashing on Saturday Two children from Mendon received serious injuries when an all-terrain vehicle overturned several times, ejecting both from the vehicle. The ATV was operated by a five-year-old boy with an eight-year-old girl as a passenger. Both children were flown by medical helicopter to Children’s Mercy Hospit...

Miss Calamity Jane 2021 crowned 09/12/2021

Miss Calamity Jane 2021 crowned

Miss Calamity Jane 2021 crowned Crowned Miss Calamity Jane on Saturday night was Becca Kile who will reign at the Calamity Jane Days festival this coming Friday through Sunday in Princeton. Chosen first runner-up in the pageant was Maddi Fisher and the second runner-up was Raynah Collins. The Miss Congeniality Award went to Avery....

One injured in ATV crash near Macon; driver accused of DWI 09/12/2021

One injured in ATV crash near Macon; driver accused of DWI

One injured in ATV crash near Macon; driver accused of DWI The patrol reports a Callao resident was hurt early Saturday southeast of Macon in an accident involving two all-terrain vehicles. One of the operators, 21-year old Austin Engle of Callao, was taken to Samaritan Hospital in Macon with minor injuries. The operator of the other ATV, 22-year old Keshon...

Arm wrestling tournament to be featured at Calamity Jane Days in Princeton 09/11/2021

Arm wrestling tournament to be featured at Calamity Jane Days in Princeton

Arm wrestling tournament to be featured at Calamity Jane Days in Princeton An arm wrestling tournament will be held during Calamity Jane Days in Princeton next week. Registration will be in the Fair Building Show Arena September 18th from 11 to 1 o’clock, and the tournament will begin at 2 o’clock. There will be men’s left and right hand, novice, and pro as well as s...

Three area health departments report on COVID-19 case updates 09/11/2021

Three area health departments report on COVID-19 case updates

Three area health departments report on COVID-19 case updates The Sullivan County Health Department confirmed September 10th three additional COVID-19 cases, raising the total to 1,144. Eighteen cases were active. Thirty-six percent of Sullivan County residents had completed a COVID-19 vaccine series. Two more probable COVID-19 cases have been added in Mercer....

Residents of Kirksville and Macon ejected from trike motorcycle near Bevier 09/11/2021

Residents of Kirksville and Macon ejected from trike motorcycle near Bevier

Residents of Kirksville and Macon ejected from trike motorcycle near Bevier Residents of Kirksville and Macon sustained injuries when they were ejected from a trike motorcycle two and a half miles north of Bevier the evening of September 10th. The Highway Patrol reports passenger 62 year old Rhonda Hargadine of Kirksville had serious injuries and was taken by an air ambulan...

Chillicothe City Council to consider ordinances at next meeting 09/11/2021

Chillicothe City Council to consider ordinances at next meeting

Chillicothe City Council to consider ordinances at next meeting The Chillicothe City Council will consider two ordinances next week that would approve the purchase of a dump truck for the street department and accept a maintenance agreement for storm sirens. The council will meet in the Chillicothe Municipal Utilities meeting room September 13th at 5:30 in the e...

Coronavirus American Rescue Plan Act funding available to Daviess County 09/11/2021

Coronavirus American Rescue Plan Act funding available to Daviess County

Coronavirus American Rescue Plan Act funding available to Daviess County Coronavirus American Rescue Plan Act funding is available to Daviess County political subdivisions, businesses, non-profits, and other entities. The county has received half of its grant funds from the United States Treasury to disburse for expenses incurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic from March 3...

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