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Youth Brain Injury Report

With the passing of House Bill 300, the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) is required to release an annual Interscholastic Brain Injury Report to the public.
The data contained in this annual report is generated by statistics gathered from MSHSAA membership schools. Its release is intended to inform schools, parents and community members of the impact of student athlete concussions and head injuries and the efforts that have

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Barnack Wins Power Points

Harry Barnack of Trenton was the weekly winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 130 points. For his score, Barnack receives the $30 local prize for the week. On the national level, Joe Maloney of Towanda, PA was the grand prize winner after tallying a perfect score of 136 points.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest include ServeLink, Hy-Vee, TNT Convenience, T&L Auto, Barnes-Baker, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri

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Lawrence At OKJRA

Submitted Photo Austin Lawrence of Speery, OK, left, qualified for the 2013-2014 Oklahoma Junior Rodeo Association Finals in Grove, OK. At the event, Lawrence won the Ribbon Roping saddle, All-Around Cowboy title and was the Average Breakaway Roping winner. He competed on the American Quarter Horse Association stallion ‘Dusted With Steel,’ owned and trained by former Jameson resident Brock Griffin, right.

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Austin Lawrence of Speery, OK, left, qualified for the 2013-2014 Oklahoma Junior Rodeo Association Finals in Grove, OK. At the event, Lawrence won the Ribbon Roping saddle, All-Around Cowboy title and was the Average Breakaway Roping winner. He competed on the American Quarter Horse Association stallion ‘Dusted With Steel,’ owned and trained by former Jameson resident Brock Griffin, right.

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NCMC Students Receive Cross Scholarships

Submitted Photo Recipients of the 2014-15 Cross Allied Health Science Scholarships at North Central Missouri College include, from left, front row, Linda Darrah of Cameron, Molly Foley of Braymer; back row, Cynthia Smith of Laclede and Emily Augur of Trenton. Blair Million of Oregon, MO, also received a scholarship, but is not pictured.

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Recipients of the 2014-15 Cross Allied Health Science Scholarships at North Central Missouri College include, from left, front row, Linda Darrah of Cameron, Molly Foley of Braymer; back row, Cynthia Smith of Laclede and Emily Augur of Trenton. Blair Million of Oregon, MO, also received a scholarship, but is not pictured.

Five recipients of Cross Allied Health Science Scholarships were recognized at a reception this week at North

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Storage Space Tight For Fall Harvest

As corn yields exceed commercial storage space, farmers will likely store some of this year’s crop in on-farm bins and in unconventional ways.
Stored grain attracts insects, and producers should take measures to protect their investment from insect damage, says Wayne Bailey, University of Missouri Extension entomologist.
First, remove grain residues from bins, nearby bunks or feed storage areas, Bailey says. Sanitize empty bins, combines, trucks and augers, paying special

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Rissler Students Observe 2014 Red Ribbon Week

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig  It was “Super Hero Shirt Day” at Rissler Elementary School Wednesday as students are joining schools across the nation to celebrate safe and healthy, drug-free choices by observing Red Ribbon Week. On Wednesday, students were reminded that they have the power to say no to unhealthy choices and these boys were demonstrating their superhero power. Today’s theme was “Football/Soccer Shirt Day” with students reminded that they have goals and there are no drugs in their future. Friday’s theme will be “Animal Print/Camo Day,” with students demonstrating that they are “paws-itively” wild about being drug free.  During the week, guidance counselors Leslie Woodard and Terri Critten are providing lessons on personal safety, identifying safe/unsafe situations and safe and healthy choices at home and school. Third and fourth grade students are being offered the opportunity to participate in a poster contest sponsored by the Trenton Elks Club, which also provided red ribbons to all students and staff members. Pictured showing their power to say no are, from left, front row,  Brayden Bell, Matthew Brittain, Brodie Burgess and Jorge Sanchez; back row, Alex Harding, Parker Ishmael and Rylee Miles.

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It was “Super Hero Shirt Day” at Rissler Elementary School Wednesday as students are joining schools across the nation to celebrate safe and healthy, drug-free choices by observing Red Ribbon Week. On Wednesday, students were reminded that they have the power to say no to unhealthy choices and these boys were demonstrating their superhero power. Today’s theme was “Football/Soccer Shirt Day” with students reminded that they have

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Halloween Safety Tips

Sgt. Larry Smith of the Trenton Police Department is sharing the following Halloween Safety tips to help keep persons safe during trick or treating time.
“Halloween is an exciting night of the year and particularly a special treat for young children,” Sgt. Smith said. “It is also an important time to be extra vigilant for potential safety hazards. The Trenton Police Department wants everyone to have a happy, fun and

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Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

Santa Claus will be visiting the Grundy County Museum’s main building on Saturday from noon until 4 p.m.
All children who visit Santa will receive a gift and parents are encouraged to bring their cameras to take their child’s picture with Santa. In addition to photos with Santa, Rudolph will pose for pictures and other holiday photo opportunity stations will also be available. A G-scale model electric train will run

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LEPC Meeting Set

The Grundy County Local Emergency Planning Committee will meet at noon on Tuesday, Nov. 18 in the Grundy County Health Department.
Items on the announced agenda include training requests, CEPF status, an update to the flooding disaster declaration, EOC and CERT updates, partner reports, the Department of Health and Human Services PREP exercise, 911 updates from Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright and 911 users, funding ideas for 911 system enhancements

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