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Daily Record 12-22-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Kathy J. Reeder, 42, Trenton, had a charge of operating a motor vehicle without a valid license dismissed.
Amy J. Dixon, 31, Trenton, had a charge of operating a motor vehicle for which financial responsibility was not maintained dismissed.
REAL ESTATE
John Ohlberg and wife to Peggy J. Simmons and others.
Lloyd M. McCulley and wife to Jeff Brinkley and wife.

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Emergency Services Log Report 12-22-14

Trenton Fire Department
Dec. 19: firefighters provided medical assistance at a south residence.
Dec. 20: firefighters responded to a utility pole fire in the Lake Trenton area.

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Extensive Damage To Two Vehicle In Accident

No one was transported to the hospital following an accident Wednesday that left two vehicles with extensive damage.
According to Trenton Police Det. Jerry Smith’s accident report, the mishap occurred when a van driven by Johanna S. Perry, Chillicothe, and a pickup truck driven by Amy L. Couey, Laredo, were westbound on Ninth Street in the inside lane. Ms. Couey had stopped in traffic, attempting to make a left turn

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One Held For Checks, Another For Not Appearing

A Trenton woman has posted bond after being arrested for passing bad checks.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, Mary E. Hagan, 43, is facing three counts of passing bad checks. She is accused of writing three checks to Hy-Vee in July in the amounts of $10, $14.66 and $39.90. She has posted $1,000 cash-only bond and is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.
Also scheduled to appear in

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Sheriff’s History In MSA Book

A book that details the history of county law enforcement in Missouri is now available at the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office.
The book, “Preserving the Past, Protecting the Future: A History of Missouri’s Sheriffs,” has been published by the Missouri Sheriff’s Association. The book includes a profile of each county, including a listing of its past sheriffs, as well as interesting stories about each county and its law enforcement.
Grundy

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A NEAR MISS

Trenton Gives Lafayette A Scare, But Comes Up Short In The End

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold McKinley Hurley drives around a Lafayette defender during the Lady Bulldogs’ 40-33 loss on Saturday night at NCMC High School Holiday Hoops. Hurley led Trenton in the loss with 14 points and four rebounds.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
McKinley Hurley drives around a Lafayette defender during the Lady Bulldogs’ 40-33 loss on Saturday night at NCMC High School Holiday Hoops. Hurley led Trenton in the loss with 14 points and four rebounds.

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs nearly picked up a big time statement win on Saturday night at North Central Missouri College’s High

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Christmas Holiday Closings

Several offices and businesses have announced their plans to close on Thursday and/or Friday in observance of the Christmas Eve and Christmas holiday.
Closed on Thursday and Friday will be the Trenton City Hall/Trenton Municipal Utilities, Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce/License Bureau, both division offices of the Grundy County Circuit Court, the Grundy County Health Department, the Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney, Green Hills Regional Planning Commission (the Career Center will

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Candidate Files For Second Ward

Larry Porter of 1908 Bolser St. has filed for the second ward council position being vacated by Mark Robinson.
Porter is the only candidate to file for the two-year term in the second ward, subject to the April 7 election. Fourth ward councilman Jim Bush has filed for re-election to his post while Robinson is seeking the four-year term as mayor. Also with terms expiring are first ward councilman Mark

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NCMC Board To Meet

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the Frey Administrative Building.
Items on the announced agenda include by-law and child selection criteria for Head Start, a vehicle bid for Head Start, consideration of the 2015-2017 academic calendars, discussion of the January meeting date and time, personnel (resignation, employments and Head Start) and reports by the Vice President

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