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NHS Inducts Students from CHS

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The National Honor Society welcomed twenty-one new inductees from Chillicothe High School last Monday, during a special ceremony at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center. The new NHS students, who exhibit strong character, leadership, scholarship, and service, are: Amanda Hedrick, Megan Churchill, Lauren Haley, Bailey Henry, Carly Hibner, Noah Holland, Alyxis Jennings, Carlee Johnson, Hannah Leamer, Chelsea Long, Ridge Maasdam, Brooke Nelson, Sarah Rapp, Elizabeth Rule, Lindy

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Apply for Youth Corps, Work at State Park

The State Parks Youth Corps began an initiative in 2010 which allows young adults ages 17-23 to work outdoors while improving our state’s parks and historic sites. With tasks from general maintenance and construction to stewardship, the possibilities for experience are varied. Apply for this year’s program, which will run May 1 through Dec. 31, online at thinkoutside.mo.gov or through Green Hills Community Action Agency in Trenton. Call GHCAA at

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Genealogy Conference Open to All

KANSAS CITY, MO — Research of genealogy and family history is one of the fastest growing hobbies in the world. Take this opportunity to learn about your ancestors: The second annual GenealogyKC Conference will be held March 21-22 at the LDS meetinghouse (6751 NE 70th St, KCMO 64119). The conference, which is sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is free and open to the public. Find

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Milan Woman Injured in Hwy. 6 Accident

Heidi Hunsaker, 29, Milan, received minor injuries as a passenger in a vehicle involved in an accident at about 12:15 a.m. on March 16 in DeKalb County.

Adam Rauber, 28, Jameson, was driving the 2000 Dodge Van traveling westbound on Hwy. 36 when it slid off the north side of the highway coming to rest on an embankment.

Ms. Hunsaker was taken to Heartland Regional Medical Center by DeKalb/Clinton Ambulance.

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Funding for Winter ECIP Exhausted

Green Hills Community Action Agency has reported that funding for their Winter ECIP (emergency utility assistance) program has been completely exhausted. Households seeking emergency utility assistance from the CAA will once again be placed on a waiting list should more funding be made available, but you should not depend on the program to pay any past-due utility bills. Questions regarding this program or your status should be directed to 855-290-8544

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Kidder Native New Information Officer, Troop H

Captain Duane L. Robinson, commanding officer of Troop H, announces effective April 1, Sergeant Jacob P. Angle will be designated the public information and education officer assigned to Troop H Headquarters, St. Joseph. Troop H includes Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Caldwell, Clinton, Daviess, DeKalb, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Holt, Livingston, Mercer, Nodaway, and Worth Counties.

Sergeant Angle, who is originally from Kidder, was appointed to the patrol on Aug. 1, 1993, as

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Two Dead Identified

PRINCETON, MO — After gunshots were reported on Wednesday of this week, the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department arrived at a residential scene to find two bodies in the garage. Believed to have been the result of a domestic incident, Todd Aaron Mogler, 37, and wife Jennifer Lindsay Mogler, 34, were both dead from gunshot wounds to the head, the SO reports. The two children of the Moglers were not home

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Hamilton PD to Enforce Youth Seat Belt Use

During the weeks of March 15-31, the Hamilton Police Department will be forging an aggressive attempt to crack down on youth who aren’t wearing their seat belts when driving or riding in motor vehicles. Only 67% of Missouri teens—Penney High School’s number is even lower at 58%—wear the safety devices, and law enforcement officers want to bring down the total of violations and related highway fatalities. Eight of ten teens

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A Chance for Senior Citizens to Dance

POLO, MO — The annual Senior Citizens Prom will be held Saturday, March 15 (tonight) at 6 p.m. The event, sponsored by Polo High School’s FBLA, is held in the school’s multi-purpose room and includes a buffet-style dinner, dessert, music and dancing. There is no charge to attend the dance, for which the theme is “The Roaring Twenties.”

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