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WINNING THE BATTLE

NCMC Piles Up Points In A Hurry, Sweeps WMA

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Terrance Bush puts in two of his game-high 42 points during the Pirates’ 113-98 victory over Wentworth Military Academy on Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton. Bush added 10 rebounds, seven assists and five steals to his total.

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Terrance Bush puts in two of his game-high 42 points during the Pirates’ 113-98 victory over Wentworth Military Academy on Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton. Bush added 10 rebounds, seven assists and five steals to his total.

The North Central Missouri College basketball teams earned a pair of Region 16 victories on Wednesday night,

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Gilman City’s Carey To Play At College Level

Submitted Photo Gilman City’s Darriane Carey signs a national letter of intent to join the Graceland University basketball program Thursday morning. Pictured are, from left, front row, Gloria Flint (Darriane’s grandmother), Tanya Estrada (Darriane’s mother), Darriane Carey, Gilman City Lady Hawks’ Head Coach Adam Clark; back row, Graceland Director of Admissions and Athletic Recruiting Kevin Brown and Graceland University women’s Head Coach Elizabeth Curry.

Submitted Photo
Gilman City’s Darriane Carey signs a national letter of intent to join the Graceland University basketball program Thursday morning. Pictured are, from left, front row, Gloria Flint (Darriane’s grandmother), Tanya Estrada (Darriane’s mother), Darriane Carey, Gilman City Lady Hawks’ Head Coach Adam Clark; back row, Graceland Director of Admissions and Athletic Recruiting Kevin Brown and Graceland University women’s Head Coach Elizabeth Curry.

When Gilman City plays its final

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 2-10-16

– From Tuesday –
Albany Girls 52
Princeton Girls 38

The Princeton girls were handed a Grand River Conference loss on the road in Albany on Tuesday night. Princeton kept itself within single digits through the first three quarters, but Albany closed the game on a 16-9 run to keep the Lady Tigers out of the win column.
Maddie Enright scored a team-high nine points for Princeton (7-13) while Haley

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Calling All Parents!

Any parent interested in helping organize a new recreational summer ball league is asked to attend a meeting at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17 in the Trenton High School Commons.
The meeting was prompted by the dissolution of the TBA program and without volunteers to operate a new association, no recreational summer softball or baseball will be offered in Trenton this season. Robert Shields is spearheading the effort and has

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Park Board Discusses Dissolution Of TBA, Idea Of New Program

Without more parental involvement, the future of youth recreational activities in Trenton – particularly softball and baseball – are at risk. That was the main takeaway of a special meeting of the Trenton Park Board that drew approximately 25 interested persons Wednesday evening.
Two items were listed on the agenda, the discussion of the disbanded TBA and the discussion of the formation of a new recreational ball league. There was

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County Prosecutor To Utilize Grand Jury

Some Grundy County residents have recently received a notice that they’ve been called to jury duty, but not the regular run-of-the-mill jury duty where jurors are called up on to decide guilt or innocence. These jurors have been summoned to be considered for service on a grand jury.
Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney Carrie Lamm Clark said there are two ways for a prosecutor to bring about felony charges. One is

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Daily Record 2-11-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace

The court entered a judgment in favor of Max King, who had filed a petition seeking an order for production of the medical records of Viola Make King.
Associate Civil
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Shan C. Miller, 37, Spickard, pleaded guilty to not wearing a seat belt and was fined $10.
Lindsay Barron, 22, Trenton, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of stealing

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Emergency Services Log Report 2-11-16

Trenton Fire Department
Feb. 10: firefighters provided medical assistance at an east residence and responded to a mattress on fire at 1311 Gilmore St. Upon arrival, they found two separate fires around a vacant house owned by Bob Morgans. A fire investigation was conducted and a report was made on the incident.

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Trenton FFA Members Do Well At Area Proficiency Award Competition

Photo Courtesy of Trenton FFA Trenton FFA students finishing first in the Area Proficiency Awards competition on Thursday night are, from left, Ryan Stimpson, Huston Sprinkle, Wynne DeVorss and Derek Stimpson.

Photo Courtesy of Trenton FFA
Trenton FFA students finishing first in the Area Proficiency Awards competition on Thursday night are, from left, Ryan Stimpson, Huston Sprinkle, Wynne DeVorss and Derek Stimpson.

The Trenton FFA chapter will be sending four individuals to state competition following the Area Proficiency Award events held on Wednesday night.
Taking first place and qualifying for further competition at the state FFA convention in April were Huston

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