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Week 10 Football Preview: Trenton @ Brookfield

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Three years ago when the Missouri High School football districts were rearranged, people were thrilled to see Trenton and Brookfield back in the same district. The two schools had some great battles in the mid-to-late 2000’s when they shared a district.
Fans didn’t have to wait long for the potential district match-up to occur. In fact, for the third year in a row, Trenton and Brookfield will

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Hughs, Ewald Named All-District

The Trenton High School girls volleyball team landed two players on the Class 2 All-District 14 team. Alex Ewald and Lakisha Hughs were both named to the team as Ewald garnered second-team recognition and Hughs was included on the honorable mention team.
It was the second-straight year Ewald was named to the team and Hughs was a first-time selection. Trenton ran a record of 5-17-3 this year.

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Trenton Trio On All-Region Team

Daryian Otto, McKinley Hurley and Mallory Hooyman earned softball All-Region recognition today as the trio was included on the Class 2, All-Region 4 Team. Otto and Hurley were first-team selections, while Hooyman was named to the second team.
The three players helped the Lady Bulldogs to an 18-6 record in 2014 as Trenton finished runner-up at the district tournament. Lexie Tolson, Megan Lynch and Hannah Kennebeck joined Otto, Hurley and

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Grundy R-5 Teams Get Sweep

The Grundy R-5 Junior High School basketball teams picked up a sweep of Newtown-Harris on Tuesday night in Newtown. Grundy took the girls’ game 39-23, then completed the sweep with a 44-24 win in the boys’ game.
In girls action, Morgan Axtell led the way for the Lady Panthers (1-1), scoring 16 points. Alissa Webb added eight points, Jandie Peterson scored six and Briana Carpio added four. For Newtown, Gabby

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Daily Record 10-23-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
Associate Civil

Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Kristina M. Prindle. The case, which involved a suit on account, was dismissed.
Midwestern Health Management vs. Willie and Jill Brown. The court entered a default judgment against Jill Brown in the amount of $5,205.82 and against Wilie Brown in the amount of $5,716.82. The case involved a suit on account.
Capital One Realty (USA) NA

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Grundy R-5 FFA Members Attend Greenhand Initiation

Submitted Photo On Oct. 15, 11 Grundy R-5 FFA members attended the 2014 Area 2 Greenhand Initiation Ceremony held at the Gallatin High School. During the ceremony, 10 of the Grundy R-5 FFA members received their Greenhand FFA Degrees. Brock Larson, the Area 3 state vice president, ended the ceremony with inspiring words telling the newly awarded greenhand degree members to take risks and set high goals in their FFA careers.  Greenhand degree recipients include, from left, front row, Jearl Ji, Carter Searcy, Brock Larson (Area 3 State VP), Jonathon Stimpson, Cayden Bowe; back row, Austin Eckert, Dakota Hill, Madyson Williams, Brianna Allen, Braiden Turpin and Amy Torrey. (Picture and article by Matana Munday, co-reporter.)

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On Oct. 15, 11 Grundy R-5 FFA members attended the 2014 Area 2 Greenhand Initiation Ceremony held at the Gallatin High School. During the ceremony, 10 of the Grundy R-5 FFA members received their Greenhand FFA Degrees. Brock Larson, the Area 3 state vice president, ended the ceremony with inspiring words telling the newly awarded greenhand degree members to take risks and set high goals in their FFA

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Mishaps Are Investigated By Local Police

A City of Trenton vehicle was involved in a mishap Tuesday that damaged on a car on the Barnes Baker Automotive Group lot on Oklahoma Avenue.
According to Det. Jerry Smith’s report, the mishap occurred when a truck driven by Austin Taul of Trenton and owned by the Trenton Park Department was pulling a flatbed trailer and pulled south onto Oklahoma Avenue near the dealership. The trailer held five-gallon containers

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FCCLA Members At Region 2 Meeting

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Members of the Trenton Middle School and Trenton High School chapters of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America attended the Region 2 meeting in Liberty on Tuesday. THS student Mason Hooyman, Region 2 president, presided at the meeting. Members of the THS FCCLA chapter were responsible for making the backdrop for the regional meeting while TMS members served as ushers. This year’s meeting theme

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Laredo Celebrating Red Ribbon Week

Photo Courtesy of Laredo R-7 School The Laredo R-7 School District will observe “Red Ribbon Week” next week, with several activities and contests being held in honor of Drug Free School Week. Gene Urich of Trenton Elks Lodge #801 delivered the ribbons earlier this week, which will be worn by students to remind persons of the importance of being drug free. Students will be dressing to a different theme each day. Monday will be “Shade Out Drugs” (students wearing sunglasses); Tuesday will be “I’m a Jean-ius, I’m Drug Free. Give Drugs the Boot!” (students wearing jeans and boots); Wednesday is “Follow Your Dreams, Don’t Do Drugs” (students wearing pajamas); Thursday is “Team Up Against Drugs” (students wearing Laredo Tigers gear); and Friday is “Hats Off To Being Drug Free” (students wearing hats). Pictured are, from left, front row, Ellie Meeker, Kenzie Lynch, Hannah Harris, Ayra Meeker; back row, counselor Lindy Donoho and Gene Urich of the Elks Lodge.

Photo Courtesy of Laredo R-7 School
The Laredo R-7 School District will observe “Red Ribbon Week” next week, with several activities and contests being held in honor of Drug Free School Week. Gene Urich of Trenton Elks Lodge #801 delivered the ribbons earlier this week, which will be worn by students to remind persons of the importance of being drug free. Students will be dressing to a different theme each

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