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Former Resident Earns Emmy

Submitted Photo Former Trenton resident Michael Ransdell, pictured with his wife, Melissa, received an Emmy during the National Academy of Television Arts and Science, Mid-America Chapter Awards held in Branson on Oct. 1. Ransdell received the award in the short form program category for a film he and another Kansas City production company co-produced. “Winston” was a short form feature on Winston Walgren, a two-year-old with HLSH (a heart defect), and was produced for the American Heart Association. The film was shown at AHA's major sponsor gala, "Heart Ball," which raised $1.3 million for research at Children's Mercy Hospital. Ransdell is the son of Becky Ransdell and Mike and Tonda Ransdell, all of Trenton, and is a 1996 graduate of Trenton High School.

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Former Trenton resident Michael Ransdell, pictured with his wife, Melissa, received an Emmy during the National Academy of Television Arts and Science, Mid-America Chapter Awards held in Branson on Oct. 1. Ransdell received the award in the short form program category for a film he and another Kansas City production company co-produced. “Winston” was a short form feature on Winston Walgren, a two-year-old with HLSH (a heart defect),

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