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Sports Briefs 7-28-15

Schuett Wins Gold
Gary Schuett of Trenton won the short hurdles and the 100-meter dash in the 70- to 74-year-old age group at the Show-Me State Games at the University of Missouri’s Audrey Walton Stadium in Columbia on July 24-26.
Schuett broke the meet record in the hurdle event.

Trenton Softball Practice
The Trenton High School softball team will begin practice for the 2015 season on Monday, Aug. 3.
Practice

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Jaycox Competes At World Championships

Michaela Jaycox

Michaela Jaycox

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Michaela Jaycox of Spickard competed in the barrel racing event at the NBHA Youth World Championships in Perry, GA on July 19-25. Jaycox qualified for the “final go” after two qualifying “go rounds” and was the only contestant from Missouri to qualify for the “final go.” Jaycox wound up in 10th place in the teen 3D division and was 53rd overall. The NBHA Youth World Championships

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Carnival Marks End Of Summer Reading Program

Submitted Photo Children participating in Friday night’s “Totally Super Readers Carnival” enjoyed the water spraying provided by the Trenton Fire Department. The carnival marked the end of the summer reading program at the Grundy County-Jewett Norris Library and included a number of activities along with free food.

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Children participating in Friday night’s “Totally Super Readers Carnival” enjoyed the water spraying provided by the Trenton Fire Department. The carnival marked the end of the summer reading program at the Grundy County-Jewett Norris Library and included a number of activities along with free food.

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4-H Members Participate In Achievement Day

R-T Photo/ Seth Herrold Grundy County 4-H members took part in Achievement Day activities on Monday at the Rock Barn. Projects done by members throughout the year were judged and several were entered in the North Central Missouri Fair, which runs through Saturday. Among the members entering items was Latorrie Johnson, pictured above.

R-T Photo/ Seth Herrold
Grundy County 4-H members took part in Achievement Day activities on Monday at the Rock Barn. Projects done by members throughout the year were judged and several were entered in the North Central Missouri Fair, which runs through Saturday. Among the members entering items was Latorrie Johnson, pictured above.

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Council Turns Down Hay Permit Changes

In a brief meeting of the Trenton City Council on Monday night, members defeated an ordinance that would have amended the city’s current rules regarding hay regulations, including a fee to purchase permits.
On a vote of 3-2, the council failed to garner enough votes to pass the ordinance, which would have allowed persons with property of at least five acres in size and use the property for agricultural purposes

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Highway 6 Work Planned Next Week

A new surface and safety improvements are planned for Highway 6 in Grundy and Sullivan counties.
Contractors working with the Missouri Department of Transportation plan to resurface and add shoulders on the portion of the route just east of the Muddy Creek Bridge in Trenton, just east of Highway 65, and extending to Highway 5. They will also improve the pavement and shoulders between Highways 5 and 129.
The work

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Wright Run Adds Youth Division

Registrations continue to be received for the 2015 Wright Run sponsored by the Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Committee members this week added a special benefit to attract more young people to the event by creating a special rate for persons 18 years of age and younger. Young people will be charged $15 for registration, which includes a commemorative Wright Run short sleeve t-shirt while adults are asked to pay a

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Vehicles Towed After Mishap

Two vehicles were towed from the scene of an accident investigated Friday at the intersection of 11th and Avalon streets.
According to Trenton Police Officer Tyler Anderson’s report, the accident occurred when a car driven by Madison Patterson of Trenton was westbound on 11th Street, attempting to make a left turn onto Avalon Street. Her vehicle struck a sport utility vehicle driven by Kim Cleeton of Trenton, which was southbound

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Man Held After Failing To Appear

A Chillicothe man has been brought back to Grundy County to face a charge of tampering with a motor vehicle.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 40-year-old Timothy J. Ashlock failed to appear in court on the tampering charge and is being held on $15,000 cash or corporate surety bond. He is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 28.

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