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Trenton Swept Away On Opening Night

The Trenton High School varsity basketball teams were dealt losses on Tuesday night as they opened the season on the road in Gower, taking on East Buchanan The Lady Bulldogs were handed a 44-35 loss, while the Trenton boys dropped a heartbreaker, falling 69-66 in two overtimes.
Lady Bulldogs
The Trenton girls battled to a 6-6 first quarter tie in what would be a defensive game from start to finish.

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Trenton JV Boys Improve To 2-0

Trenton’s junior varsity boys’ basketball team took the floor prior to Trenton’s varsity doubleheader at East Buchanan on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs’ JV team came away with Trenton’s only win of the night, defeating the East Buchanan JV boys 46-29.
Trenton jumped out to a 17-2 lead in the first quarter and was in charge of the game the rest of the way. The Bulldogs’ lead was never threatened as

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Area Basketball Results Nov. 25

Linn County Girls 65
Grundy R-5 Girls 46

The Grundy R-5 Lady Panthers (0-1) dropped their season opener on Tuesday night on the road at Linn County, falling 65-46. The home squad fired off 21 points in the first quarter and 22 in the third and that was enough to keep the Lady Panthers at bay.
Grundy was paced by Matana Munday, who had 15 points and 13 rebounds. Emily

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Five Generation Family

Nadine Elliott had four generations visiting recently on her farm northwest of Spickard. This group included two sets of twins who are first cousins. Great-grandmother Elliott is seated, holding Salem Elliott. Standing, from left, are Salem's father, Philip Elliott holding her brother, Solomon; grandfather Joe Elliott, who is holding Emily Brady; and Kayla Elliott Brady, who is holding Hannah Brady.

Nadine Elliott had four generations visiting recently on her farm northwest of Spickard. This group included two sets of twins who are first cousins. Great-grandmother Elliott is seated, holding Salem Elliott. Standing, from left, are Salem’s father, Philip Elliott holding her brother, Solomon; grandfather Joe Elliott, who is holding Emily Brady; and Kayla Elliott Brady, who is holding Hannah Brady.

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Commission Sets Agenda For 12-2-14

The Grundy County Commission will meet in regular session Tuesday at the courthouse.
Items on the announced agenda include an 8:30 a.m. meeting with Sara Berry to discuss a real estate assessment issue; appointments to the board of directors for Families and Friends of the Developmentally Disabled at 9 a.m.; a meeting with Tammy Taylor of the Green Hills Women’s Shelter to discuss a disbursement from the Victims of Domestic

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Daily Record 11-26-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace

Robert Johnstone III, 36, Trenton, was sentenced to serve five years in the Department of Corrections on a charge of first degree child molestation. He had earlier been found guilty by a jury.
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

The following cases were heard by Mercer County Associate Judge Brad Funk in the absence of Judge Hudson:
Joseph M. Sethman, 18, Laredo, paid

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NCMC Gets Final Bequest From Bosley Estate

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College

A final bequest from the estates of long-time Trenton area residents Franklin and Frederick Bosley was disbursed to the North Central Missouri College Foundation late last week. A check for $368,566.14 was presented by Gary Black, personal representative for the Frederick L. Bosley estate during the quarterly foundation meeting on Nov. 20. The original bequest from the Bosleys, announced in the fall of

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North 65 Holiday Fundraiser Planned

The North 65 Center has announced an event that will not only celebrate the Christmas season, but help raise funds for the center as well.
“Light a Candle This  Holiday Season” gets under way on Monday, Dec. 1. For a monetary donation, persons will be able to “light a candle” by purchasing a candle card that will be placed on a special holiday tree located at the center. The card

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NCMC Weather Procedures

North Central Missouri College will observe the following procedures when winter weather conditions make traveling hazardous.
Every effort will be made to provide announcements as to delayed starts, class cancellations, and college closures prior to 5:30 a.m. If hazardous weather develops during the day, an announcement will be made by 3 p.m. regarding late afternoon and evening classes. Announcements for weather closures will be made on NCMC’s website and phone

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