Thursday Dec 5
Daily Record 12-5-13
CIRCUITa SCOURT Associate Division Judge Steven D. Hudson The following defendants pleaded guilty to their charges and paid their fines through the Fine Collection Center, with their names provided to the Republican-Times: Dusky Baker, Trenton, pleaded guilty to having weight on a tandem axle exceeding the limit and was fined $745.
A lawsuit claiming that a staffer at a Chillicothe hospital was killing patients presses on
Was a staff member at the Hedrick Medical Center in Chillicothe, Missouri, trying to kill sick people? That's the question that former Hedrick emergency-room physician Cal Greenlaw faced the evening of February 18, 2002, as he attempted to save the life of a patient.
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Angel of Death Claims Against Hospital Revived
Five families who say a respiratory therapist killed their loved ones can advance wrongful-death claims against the therapist's employers, a Missouri appeals court ruled.
Council Chooses Rapid Removal For Residential Waste Hauling
On a 5-1 vote, the Trenton City Council on Monday night accepted a five-year bid from Rapid Removal to provide the city's residential trash hauling services.
Area Towns Get Demo Grants
The Missouri Department of Economic Development has approved $1,584,115 in Community Development Block Grant funds to assist 13 communities with demolition projects.
Daily Record 11-14-13
CIRCUITa SCOURT Associate Division Judge Steven D. Hudson Daniel Harding, 28, Chillicothe, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and was fined $300 and $116.50 costs, plus $211 recoupment of funds.