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NCMC Board To Meet

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees will hold a special board meeting at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday at the Head Start central office in Trenton.
Items on the announced agenda include revision of the Head Start budget, Head Start personnel and NCMC personnel.

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Solar Power Groundbreaking Is Wednesday

MC Power Companies will hold its groundbreaking ceremony for the Trenton Solar Farm at 10 a.m. on Wednesday at 320 NW 10th Ave., which is located in the city’s industrial park in north Trenton. The public is invited to attend.
At slightly over 3.29 megawatts and 11,160 solar panels planned at the Trenton Industrial Park, the Trenton Solar Farm will be one of the largest solar plants in the state

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Bethany Resident Back In Court

A Bethany resident charged with stealing bronze headstone markers from stones at the Bethel Cemetery in Daviess County was officially arraigned by authorities on Monday.
Leslie Harrison, 45, is charged with 16 felony counts of stealing, 16 felony counts of property damage, two charges of felony possession of a controlled substance and a felony charge of unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. He is accused of entering the cemetery on or

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Livonia Man Charged In Death Of Wife

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A lawyer elected last year as a northwest Missouri county prosecutor faces more than three years in prison for stealing about $540,000 from an elderly client.
The U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Missouri says 40-year-old Richard F. Turner of Bethany pleaded guilty earlier to one count of wire fraud and one count of making false statements on his tax return.
The office says

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Area Attorney Gets 3 Years In Jail

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A lawyer elected last year as a northwest Missouri county prosecutor faces more than three years in prison for stealing about $540,000 from an elderly client.
The U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Missouri says 40-year-old Richard F. Turner of Bethany pleaded guilty earlier to one count of wire fraud and one count of making false statements on his tax return.
The office says

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Gilman City Seniors Awarded Scholarships

Submitted Photo Seven students in the 2015 Harrison County R-4 senior class at Gilman City were the recipients of $500 scholarships in memory of Nicholas Henson Burrows, who would have been a member of the class. Nicholas, son of Mary and Dennis Burrows of Gilman City, died in 1999 of bacterial meningitis at the age of 13 months. In the past, one or two students had been chosen to receive the scholarship, but this year, all students who are choosing to continue their education received the scholarship, including, from left, Morgan Mulnix, Ashley Tucker, Alec Sievering, Miles Ward, Morgan Reed, Kady Sperry and Mikayla Toombs. Class members purchased a bench for the school and planted a tree in his memory at the school. This is the 17th year the scholarship has been presented and is the last time it will be presented. Nicholas was the grandson of Everett and Leontine Burrows of Gilman City and Theresa Henson of Bethany.

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Seven students in the 2015 Harrison County R-4 senior class at Gilman City were the recipients of $500 scholarships in memory of Nicholas Henson Burrows, who would have been a member of the class. Nicholas, son of Mary and Dennis Burrows of Gilman City, died in 1998 of bacterial meningitis at the age of 13 months. In the past, one or two students had been chosen to receive

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Upward Bound Students Visit Mile High City

Photo Courtesy of Upward Bound Students involved in the Upward Bound program at North Central Missouri College visited several sites in Colorado last week, including the University of Colorado-Denver.

Photo Courtesy of Upward Bound
Students involved in the Upward Bound program at North Central Missouri College visited several sites in Colorado last week, including the University of Colorado-Denver.

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Upward Bound Students Travel To Colorado

Photo Courtesy of Upward Bound Among the sites visited in Denver, CO by students in the North Central Missouri College Upward Bound program was Sports Authority Field, home of the Denver Broncos. Above, Republican-Times summer intern and Upward Bound student Elizabeth Dunnington poses as a Bronco.

Photo Courtesy of Upward Bound
Among the sites visited in Denver, CO by students in the North Central Missouri College Upward Bound program was Sports Authority Field, home of the Denver Broncos. Above, Republican-Times summer intern and Upward Bound student Elizabeth Dunnington poses as a Bronco.


by by Elizabeth Dunnington
R-T Intern
It was an early start for the Upward Bound group from North Central Missouri College on Monday morning

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Electricity Out At LEC On Wednesday

The electricity at the Grundy County Law Enforcement Center will be out for approximately four hours on Wednesday, but emergency response should not be affected.
The power will be out from about 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. while a backup generator switch is replaced. Although computers will not be operable and phone service may be affected, the 911 system should be operable, with calls rolling over to Brookfield if they

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