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Trenton Drops Close Games

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Lana Raymo puts up a shot during the Lady Bulldogs’ 35-28 loss to Gallatin on Thursday night in Trenton. Raymo and the Lady Bulldogs dropped to 8-8 on the season with the loss.

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Lana Raymo puts up a shot during the Lady Bulldogs’ 35-28 loss to Gallatin on Thursday night in Trenton. Raymo and the Lady Bulldogs dropped to 8-8 on the season with the loss.

The Trenton High School basketball teams suffered losses at home on Thursday night as Gallatin came to town and picked up a pair of narrow victories. The Lady Bulldogs fell 35-28 while the Bulldogs

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Grundy Sweeps Newtown

The Grundy R-5 High School basketball teams picked up an HDC Conference sweep Thursday night, defeating Newtown-Harris at home.
In the girls game, Grundy jumped out to a 15-8 lead and never looked back. The Lady Panthers led 47-21 entering the fourth quarter and coasted to the win.
Matana Munday led Grundy (6-7) with 17 points and 10 rebounds and Kylie Littleton added 12 points and four steals. Zoe Littleton

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Area Residents Attend Farm Bureau Meeting

The Grundy County Farm Bureau was represented by several individuals at the 100th Missouri Farm Bureau annual meeting held in December at the Lake of the Ozarks. During the meeting, county voting delegates approved the Farm Bureau policy for 2015, heard from legislative and agriculture leaders and recived recognition for their Farm Bureau activities during the past year. Those attending from Grundy County were, from left, front row, Warren Meservey, Max Oyler, Mason Meservey; back row, David Meservey, Marcy Meservey, Rebecca Steinhoff and Trent Steinhoff.

The Grundy County Farm Bureau was represented by several individuals at the 100th Missouri Farm Bureau annual meeting held in December at the Lake of the Ozarks. During the meeting, county voting delegates approved the Farm Bureau policy for 2015, heard from legislative and agriculture leaders and recived recognition for their Farm Bureau activities during the past year. Those attending from Grundy County were, from left, front row, Warren Meservey,

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Former Resident Makes Visit After 65 Years

1-23 denny denslow old1-23 denny denslowThe Thompson House had a return visitor last week. As a young boy, Denny Denslow, along with his family, would pack a lunch and spend Sunday afternoons in and around the historic old farmstead of William Preston Thompson. The house was built in 1833 by Thompson’s slaves and was a great interest to Denny’s father, Bill Denslow, who had written a book, “Centennial History of Grundy County, 1839-1939,” published in

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City Council To Consider Local Use Tax Issue

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include an ordinance calling for voters to decide whether or not the city should discontinue the application and collection of local sales tax on the titling of motor vehicles, boats outboard motors and trailers that were purchased from a source other than a Missouri licensed dealer; an ordinance

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Building And Nuisance Board To Meet

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council will meet at 6 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the agenda include the declaration of a nuisance at 1414 Mable, a public hearing on a nuisance at 120 Highland, Trailer #19 and an update on current structures and nuisances.

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Nursing Home Board Meets

The Grundy County Nursing Home District Board of Directors took action on several items during a meeting Tuesday at the Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments.
According to information provided by Administrator Donita Youtsey, the board voted to increase wages for minimum-wage employees by 15 cents, setting the rate at $7.65 per hour. That rate also includes a uniform allowance. After hearing presentations from three health insurance company representatives, the board

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Third Candidate Files For R-5 Board

There will be three candidates on the ballot when Grundy R-5 School District voters go to the poll on April 7.
Incumbent Eric Gann filed for the board prior to the filing deadline on Tuesday. Also filing to fill two three-year positions on the board were Reggie Grindstaff and Alex Peterson.

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THS Senior Gives Rotary Program

Trenton High School senior Adam Kirby gave the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Rick Klinginsmith was the program chairman.
Kirby and Princeton High School senior Rachelle Parks represented Grundy Electric Cooperative on a leadership trip to Washington D.C. last June and were among 90 students from Missouri and 1,400 from 46 states to take part in the week-long activities. Kirby said the trip was aimed at

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