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Two Scheduled To Appear In Court

Two persons have been arrested, one for violating her probation and one for failing to appear in court.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, Rebecca J. McCree, 30, was arrested for violating her probation on original charges of possession of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence in a felony prosecution. She is being held in the Grundy County Detention Center on $15,000 cash-only bond and is scheduled

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TMS Football Banquet

10-22 TMS FootballSubmitted Photo
The Trenton Middle School football team celebrated the 2014 season on Tuesday night with the team’s annual banquet at the First Assembly of God Church. Awards presented on the night included, the offensive player of the year award, which went to Isaac Harris; the defensive player of the year award, which went to Jadan Whitney; and the Coaches Award, which went to Tray Webb. The TMS squad went

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Daily Record 10-22-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Mitchell S. Riley, 28, Gallatin, and Stefanie D. Kincannon, 24, Green City, had charges of not maintaining financial responsibility for a vehicle dismissed.
Municipal Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Corey M. Grim, 19, Trenton, pleaded guilty to having no state driver’s license when required and was fined $75.50 and $37.50 costs.
Dustin M. Haskins, 30, Laredo, pleaded guilty to having no state

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District Football Game Passes

The Trenton Bulldogs’ Class 2, District 8 football game will be held this Friday at Burlington Field in Brookfield at 7 p.m. Certain passes will be accepted.
Seniors (62-and-over) will be admitted free. Military in uniform or with ID will be admitted free. Teachers will be admitted for free with ID, which can be a school ID, MSTA or NEA card, or any form of ID that designates them as

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Trenton Sports Banquets

The Trenton High School football and girls’ fall sports banquets have been set. The fall girls’ sports banquet will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 4 in the THS commons. The event is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. The Trenton football banquet will be held on Friday, Nov. 7 at 6 p.m., also in the THS commons.
Trenton will also hold a THS Band recognition banquet, which will take place

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Pleasant View Boys Top Chula

The Pleasant View R-6 boys’ seventh and eighth grade basketball team picked up a 34-3 win over Chula on Tuesday night in Trenton. The Blue Jays were paced by Dylan Harris, who scored 10 points. For Chula, Ben Pithan’s three points accounted for the Bobcats’ total.
The Blue Jays will return to the court on Monday as they begin play in the Laredo Tournament at 5 p.m.

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NCMC Honors Royals, Mike Arbuckle

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College North Central Missouri College students, faculty, staff and friends gathered in front of Geyer Hall on Tuesday afternoon to show their support for the Kansas City Royals and NCMC alum Mike Arbuckle, the senior advisor to Royals General Manager Dayton Moore, in the first game of the 2014 World Series. The Royals fell to the San Francisco Giants in game one, 7-1, and will host the second contest tonight at Kauffman Stadium.

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College
North Central Missouri College students, faculty, staff and friends gathered in front of Geyer Hall on Tuesday afternoon to show their support for the Kansas City Royals and NCMC alum Mike Arbuckle, the senior advisor to Royals General Manager Dayton Moore, in the first game of the 2014 World Series. The Royals fell to the San Francisco Giants in game one, 7-1, and

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Local Men Take Vietnam Veterans Flight To Washington D.C.

Submitted Photo Trenton brothers-in-law Larry Huffstutter, back row at left, and Larry Spencer, back row at right, were among 71 Vietnam War veterans from Missouri on the inaugural “Yellow Ribbon Flight” taken to Washington D.C. earlier this month.

Submitted Photo
Trenton brothers-in-law Larry Huffstutter, back row at left, and Larry Spencer, back row at right, were among 71 Vietnam War veterans from Missouri on the inaugural “Yellow Ribbon Flight” taken to Washington D.C. earlier this month.

by Diane Lowrey
R-T Editor
It’s been 44 years since Trenton residents Larry Huffstutter and Larry Spencer left the military following their service in the Vietnam War. But a trip the brothers-in-law

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Economic Development Committee To Meet

The Economic Development Committee of the Trenton City Council will meet at noon on Thursday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion of land for the proposed solar project, Youth Leadership Trenton, north central Missouri business facilitation, a tipping fee ordinance for the transfer station and the director’s report. An executive session for real estate is also planned.

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