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NCMC Basketball Season Passes

Season passes for the 2014-2015 North Central Missouri College basketball teams are now available. The Lady Pirates and Pirates have 19 home dates this season.
Non-Ketcham Community Center members can purchase general admission passes for the entire basketball season for $50. The general admission passes are for bleacher seating only. Individuals may purchase Red Seat season passes for $75.
Ketcham Community Center members are admitted to basketball games for free

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Grundy Splits With East Harrison

The Grundy R-5 Junior High School basketball teams were in action on Thursday night, playing host to East Harrison in Galt. The Lady Panthers won the girls’ game 32-25, but the Panthers were defeated in the boys’ contest 31-22.
In girls action, Grundy (2-1) was paced by Morgan Axtell, who had 12 points. Alissa Webb added seven points and Briana Carpio and Aubrey Gann scored four points.
The boys’ game

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Snow Removal Bids On Commission Agenda

The Grundy County Commission will meet Tuesday at the courthouse.
Items on the announced agenda include an 8:30 a.m. meeting with Ron Urton of Howe Company to sign papers related to the Charlie Dye Bridge replacement project. Bids for snow removal will be opened at 9 a.m. and commissioners will hold their regular meeting with Ambulance Director Steve Tracy at 10 a.m.

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Daily Record 10-31-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace

Danny R. Souders vs. Director of Revenue. The petitioner’s driving privileges will be reinstated after satisfaction of the reinstatement requirements.
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Bryan O. Meservey vs. Director of Revenue. The court granted limited driving privileges to the petitioner.

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Emergency Services Log 10-31-14

Trenton Fire Department
Oct 30: firefighters responded to a fire in a wall-mounted gas heater at 312 1/2 E. 10th St. The occupant, Randi Spinnie, put the fire out with a fire extinguisher. The fire was contained to the heater, which was disconnected and removed from the residence. The owner of the property was Roberta Wyatt. The TFD was assisted by the Grundy County Ambulance Service as well as the

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Special Council, BPW Meeting

The Trenton City Council and Board of Public Works will hold a joint meeting at noon on Monday to approve and ordinance and resolution regarding the proposed solar farm project and an ordinance regarding tipping fees for the new transfer station.
The meeting will be held at city hall. The council will act on an ordinance executing an interconnection and operating agreement between the city and MW Power Companies, which

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Laredo Names Responsible Students

Submitted Photo Five Laredo R-7 students received the “Kids with Character” award for the month of October. They were chosen by their teacher for being responsible students. They include, from left, front row, fourth grader Emily Wilford, kindergartener Adalyn Bower; back row, second grader Kenzie Lynch, eighth grader Mayce Axtell and fifth grader Rebecca Urich. Each student received a Laredo Tigers Character Kid T-shirt donated by the Laredo ABC Club and Steve Howe Seed Sales in Wheeling.

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Five Laredo R-7 students received the “Kids with Character” award for the month of October. They were chosen by their teacher for being responsible students. They include, from left, front row, fourth grader Emily Wilford, kindergartener Adalyn Bower; back row, second grader Kenzie Lynch, eighth grader Mayce Axtell and fifth grader Rebecca Urich. Each student received a Laredo Tigers Character Kid T-shirt donated by the Laredo ABC Club

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Laredo Halloween Costume Contest Winners

Submitted Photo Winners in the Laredo R-7 School Halloween Costume Contest, held on Thursday at the school, were, from left, front row, kindergarten students Grayson McGee, spookiest; Catelin Bowe, most creative; Hope Donoho, cutest; back row, third through eighth graders Kiah Eckert, cutest; Emma Thompson, most creative; and Cayden Harris, spookiest.

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Winners in the Laredo R-7 School Halloween Costume Contest, held on Thursday at the school, were, from left, front row, kindergarten students Grayson McGee, spookiest; Catelin Bowe, most creative; Hope Donoho, cutest; back row, third through eighth graders Kiah Eckert, cutest; Emma Thompson, most creative; and Cayden Harris, spookiest.

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Two Vie For Grundy County Prosecutor

christine stallings bwCristine Stallings
Cristine Stallings is the Democrat candidate for Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney. She was appointed to the position in June 2013 to complete the unexpired term of the previous prosecutor.
She has been married for 27 years to Paul Beck, who is a professor of economics at Graceland University. They have four grown children, three sons and a daughter, and five grandsons. She graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia

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