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Memorial Day Ceremonies In Trenton

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5-26 memorial day groupSunny skies greeted the large crowd attending Monday’s Memorial Day ceremonies at the Baker School. Following the raising of the American flag by Tony Ralston and Bud Hawes of the Joseph L. Norton VFW Post No. 919, Ralston gave a brief talk about the special exhibit at the Grundy County Museum, which recognizes the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War and participation by Grundy County residents. The exhibit will be

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Coffee With A Cop

The Trenton Police Department will host a Coffee with a Cop event on Wednesday at People’s Co-Op.
The coffee will be held from 8 to 10 a.m. Members of the police department will be available to visit with residents about the department and its activities. The event is open to the public.

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

The following are the Selective Traffic Enforcement Streets for the City of Trenton for the week of May 24: 28th Street, 17th Street and Harris Avenue.
The Trenton Police Department will be monitoring the roadways and streets for traffic violations such as speeding, careless and imprudent driving and failing to stop at stop signs.

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Bradley-Parsons Engagement

Lesley Bradley, Rhett Parsons

Lesley Bradley, Rhett Parsons

Raymond and Peggy Bradley of Trenton announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Lesley Bradley of Kansas City to Rhett Parsons of Kansas City, son of Richard and Patty Parsons of Leawood, KS. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Trenton High School and the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she earned a bachelor of science in nursing degree. She is a clinical team manager for

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FFDD Group Goes Fishing

Submitted Photo Families and Friends of the Developmentally Disabled participated in a fishing outing at the North Central Missouri College Barton Farm Campus on Saturday, May 16. The fishing day was assisted by the Missouri Department of Conservation and the Green Hills Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, which also provided a cookout for the event.

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Families and Friends of the Developmentally Disabled participated in a fishing outing at the North Central Missouri College Barton Farm Campus on Saturday, May 16. The fishing day was assisted by the Missouri Department of Conservation and the Green Hills Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, which also provided a cookout for the event.

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Library Buys Art Work

The North Central Missouri College Library, represented by assistant librarian Jayne Meservey, at left, recently purchased a piece of artwork from NCMC student Mari Beth Nelson, pictured at right. According to librarian Beth Caldarello, since 2003 the college library has annually purchased art from a student which is then framed and hung in the library accompanied by a small plaque with its title, the artist’s name and their graduation date. Mrs. Nelson’s artwork is a colored pencil drawing entitled “Four-Colored Tree Frog” and was completed in her Drawing II class with instructor Jim Norris. Mrs. Nelson graduated from NCMC this spring with an associate in arts in general studies and substitute teaching. She resides in rural Winston with her husband. They have six children, five of which are still in the home. The NCMC Foundation Board donates the plaque for the project and the artwork is framed and matted by Norris.

The North Central Missouri College Library, represented by assistant librarian Jayne Meservey, at left, recently purchased a piece of artwork from NCMC student Mari Beth Nelson, pictured at right. According to librarian Beth Caldarello, since 2003 the college library has annually purchased art from a student which is then framed and hung in the library accompanied by a small plaque with its title, the artist’s name and their graduation date.

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Local Woman On President’s Honor List

A Trenton woman is among those named to the president’s honor list for the spring semester at William Penn University in Oskaloosa, IA.
Tristan Dugan was named to the list for earning a 3.9 grade point average or higher on a 4.0 scale. She is a freshman and the daughter of Ward and Angela Dugan of Trenton.

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MoDOT Plans Road Work, Weather Permitting

The Missouri Department of Transportation will be doing road work in the area this week, weather permitting.
In Grundy County, spraying will done throughout the week on Highways 65, 6 and 139 as well as Route W. Mowing will be done on Highways 65 and 6 while Routes A, AA and PP will have drainage work done.
In Mercer County, pothole patching will be done on Highway 136 and sign

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Amber Haley Stiles

Amber Haley Stiles, an 88-year-old Princeton resident, died at 1:58 a.m. on Monday, May 25, 2015 at Pearl’s II Eden for Elders in Princeton.
Funeral arrangements are pending under the direction of Resthaven Mortuary of Trenton.
Surviving relatives include her son, Don Stiles of Princeton; and daughters Gayle Lynn Coon of Crane, Harlene Dougan of Princeton and Patricia Anne Hartman of Wathena, KS.

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