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Grand River Conference Final Standings And All-Conference Teams

Grand River Conference

Grand River Conference

The All-Grand River Conference basketball teams were released today with three Princeton Tigers represented. Brant Faulkner and Stephan Elliott were named on the boys’ side and Paige Phillips earned recognition on the girls’ team. Faulkner was Princeton’s lone first-team selection while Phillips and Elliott both landed second-team recognition. Complete teams are as follows:
Girls’ First Team
*Sadie Watson, Sr. Braymer
*Sara Lin, Sr. Gallatin
*Kailey Salmon, Sr.

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Grundy Tournament Results

The Grundy R-5 Elementary Tournament opened on Monday night in Galt. Pleasant View and Laredo squared off in girls’ and boys’ contests and the Grundy R-5 teams faced off with the Newtown-Harris teams.
Pleasant View picked up a girls victory, defeating Laredo 16-14. Megan Spencer led Pleasant View with eight points and Teya Cooksey finished with six. For Laredo, Chandler Lynch scored six points. In the boys’contest, Laredo topped Pleasant

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TBA General Meeting

The Trenton Ball Association will hold its annual general meeting on Wednesday, March 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the Trenton Middle School commons. The meeting is open to the public. TBA registration forms will be going out to local schools on Thursday, March 12.
For more information, persons may contact Christy Tolson at 358-4980 or Howie Lynch at 635-0610.

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Little League Deadline Extended

The Trenton Area Little League application deadline to play in the Harrison County League has been extended until Friday, March 13. Age groups included are 9-10, 11-12 and 13-17. Application forms can be picked up at area schools. The registration fee for the league is $36. If a uniform is needed, there is an additional cost of $35, which includes a jersey, cap, socks and a belt. Players are responsible

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University Extension Has Annual Meeting

Submitted Photo Sworn in as new members of the Grundy County Council for the University of Missouri Extension Board of Directors were, from left, Carol Ausberger, Carl Woodard and Blake Baugher. County Clerk Betty Spickard, right, conducted the ceremony. Not pictured are board members Dorothy Allnutt and Kristi Weldon.

Submitted Photo
Sworn in as new members of the Grundy County Council for the University of Missouri Extension Board of Directors were, from left, Carol Ausberger, Carl Woodard and Blake Baugher. County Clerk Betty Spickard, right, conducted the ceremony. Not pictured are board members Dorothy Allnutt and Kristi Weldon.

The Grundy County Council for the University of Missouri Extension met on Monday night for its annual dinner and meeting.
Outgoing

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NCMC Plans Fan Bus To North Arkansas CC

North Central Missouri College will again sponsor a bus for members of the public to watch the Lady Pirates basketball team in postseason play.
A bus will to travel to Harrison, AR on Saturday, March 7 when the Lady Pirates play in the District P championships. Their opponents will be North Arkansas Community College, whom they have defeated twice already this year.
The bus will leave the Ketcham Community Center

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R-5 Board OKs Member Resignation

The Grundy R-5 Board of Education accepted the resignation of one of its members during a special meeting on Monday night at the school in Galt.
Jessica Webb submitted her resignation due to personal reasons. The position will remain vacant until the April election. Her position was one of two to be filled in April and she did not file for re-election.

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SWCD Annual Customer Appreciation Luncheon Is March 13

The Grundy County Soil and Water Conservation District will hold its 12th annual Customer Appreciation Day luncheon on Friday, March 13 in the Lager Laboratory Building on the Barton Farm Campus.
The luncheon will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will include recognition of this year’s Cooperators of the Year, Larry and Carolyn Urton.
The district will also be conducting its board of supervisors election from 8 a.m.

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LEPC Meeting Set

The Grundy County Local Emergency Planning Committee will hold a meeting at noon on Tuesday, March 10 in the Grundy County Health Department.
Items on the agenda include training requests, the trailer status, EMPG updates, an update on the September flooding, exercise planning for 2015 and partner reports. A representative from the Missouri Baptist Disaster Relief organization in Jefferson City will also speak to the group.

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