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Trenton FFA Elects 2015-16 Officers

Photo Courtesy of the Trenton FFA The Trenton FFA has selected its officers for the 2016-2017 school year. The officers were chosen following interviews conducted on Wednesday night. The new officers include, from left, front row, President Sadie Roy, First Vice President Mariah Fox, Second Vice President Katerina Black, Secretary Karli Crawford, Treasurer Tenna Roberts; back row, Reporter Sarah Walker, Reporter Emily Lynch, Reporter Jaylen Neff, Sentinel Landon Ellis and Chaplain Jacob Davis. Officers will officially be installed during the annual FFA Banquet on Friday, May 8. Brook Kreatz and Kabel Oaks are the Trenton FFA advisors.

Photo Courtesy of the Trenton FFA
The Trenton FFA has selected its officers for the 2016-2017 school year. The officers were chosen following interviews conducted on Wednesday night. The new officers include, from left, front row, President Sadie Roy, First Vice President Mariah Fox, Second Vice President Katerina Black, Secretary Karli Crawford, Treasurer Tenna Roberts; back row, Reporter Sarah Walker, Reporter Emily Lynch, Reporter Jaylen Neff, Sentinel Landon Ellis and

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Museum Set To Open May 25

Photo Courtesy of Phil Schlarb The Grundy County Museum’s Directors are busy preparing for the museum season that opens Memorial Day, May 25. The agriculture, railroad and school exhibits are being reset. A new communications exhibit is being created on the third floor of the main building and work continues on this year’s feature exhibit, “Grundy County at War in Vietnam.” About 75 soldiers from Grundy County served in Vietnam. This number includes six pilots, one female war correspondent and an assortment of military occupations in the Army, Navy, Marines and SEALS. Several local soldiers were highly decorated, one was Killed in Action and one was a six-year POW in the Hanoi Hilton. Their experiences will be told through their photographs, stories and authentic audio recording. Pictured above are Bill Walker, left, and Corey Walker.

Photo Courtesy of Phil Schlarb
The Grundy County Museum’s Directors are busy preparing for the museum season that opens Memorial Day, May 25. The agriculture, railroad and school exhibits are being reset. A new communications exhibit is being created on the third floor of the main building and work continues on this year’s feature exhibit, “Grundy County at War in Vietnam.” About 75 soldiers from Grundy County served in Vietnam.

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City Council To Meet On Monday

The Trenton City Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include an ordinance approving the city and TMU budgets, effective on May 1, an ordinance authorizing a deed of release between the city and Jim and Maggie Bush, appointment of committees and board members, police officer appointments and approval of electric, water and sewer rates.
The Building and Nuisance Board is

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Finance Committee Recommends Stipends

Finance Committee Meets
The Finance Committee of the Trenton City Council will be sending city and Trenton Municipal Utilities budgets to the full city council for approval following action taken during a committee meeting on Thursday.
City Administrator Kerry Sampson said the committee voted to make all the budget changes previously discussed in regard to insurance, utility rate increases and the removal and additions of several expenditures reported from other

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Rotary Hears About Proposed Disc Golf Course

The proposed disc golf course at Moberly Park was the subject of a program presented at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Jerri Manual was the program chairman.
Trenton Park Superintendent Jason Shuler told about the course, which will be located in an area in the north part of the park. Shuler said fundraising efforts are currently under way to help pay for construction of the nine-hole course, with

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Commission Meeting On Tuesday

The Grundy County Commission will meet in regular session Tuesday at the courthouse.
The only item listed on the announced agenda is a 10 a.m. meeting with Ambulance Director Steve Tracy.

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Daily Record 4-24-15

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Kevin Brewer, 56, Spickard, had a charge of failing to display valid plates on a motor vehicle dismissed.
Casey J. Beavers, 31, Trenton, had a charge of not maintaining financial responsibility for a vehicle dismissed.

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Emergency Services Log Report 4-24-14

Trenton Police Department
April 18: officers responded to a domestic dispute at a south residence and a burglary was investigated at an east residence.
April 19: officers responded to a domestic dispute and assault at a west residence.
April 20: an assault was investigated at an east residence and a theft was investigated at an east business. A report of sexual abuse was investigated at an east residence.
April 21:

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Felony Drug Charges Filed Against Laredo Woman

Felony drug charges have been filed against a Laredo woman.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 35-year-old Kimberly S. McCracken was arrested Thursday by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, accused of being in possession of methamphetamine, a schedule II controlled substance, on April 22. She is being held in the Grundy County Detention Center on $15,000 cash-only bond, with a court date of April 28.

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