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Trustees Discuss A-Plus Program, Approve Hirings

President Barack Obama’s plan to offer a free community college education to students who meet certain qualifications was part of a discussion during a meeting of North Central Missouri College trustees on Thursday.
NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall told trustees that the fact that President Obama made community colleges a focal point of his annual address says something about the president’s commitment to education.
“That, in and of itself, highlights

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Recycling Trailer At Laredo

The North Missouri Solid Waste Management District currently has its recycling trailer at Laredo.
The trailer will stay at Laredo until Feb. 2, when it will be moved to Galt for a two-week period. It will move to Spickard on Tuesday, Feb. 17. Those utilizing the trailer are reminded to only place items listed on the trailer inside the bins.

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Filing For Galt Mayor

The incumbent has filed for re-election as mayor of the city of Galt.
According to City Clerk Mary Young, Roseann Bonnine has filed for mayor, subject to the April 7 election, and is the only candidate for the position so far. Others filing for positions at Galt include Reggie Grindstaff, north ward, and Philip Sheppard, south ward. In addition, George Griff has filed for the one-year unexpired term in the

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Human Resources Council Meets

The Grundy County Human Resources Council met Jan. 12 at the Grundy County Health Department with 10 members present.
A report was given by each of the agency representatives, telling of the services that they are providing at the present time and of any special events coming up in the future.
The council went on record to give support to the Grundy County Community 2000 Coalition in regard to the

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Faubion-Stipkovits Engagement

Sara Faubion-Fred Stipkovits

Sara Faubion-Fred Stipkovits

Novalea Baker is pleased to announce the engagement of her daughter, Sara Nichole Faubion, to Fred Joseph Stipkovits, son of Fred L. Stipkovits of Elizabeth, PA and the late Carol Stipkovits.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of Trenton High School and has a bachelor of arts degree in history and political science from William Jewell College and a juris doctorate degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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BPW OKs Revision On Certificates Of Participation

The Board of Public Works, which oversees operations of Trenton Municipal Utilities, discussed a number of items during its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday night.
The only action item by the board was approval of a revision of the agreement the utility has involving its certificates of participation of money borrowed for various projects. The description for the use of the certificates was changed with the conclusion of the RICE

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Ritze Engagements

Sydnie Marie Ondracek and James Michael “Jamey” Ritze Jr.

Sydnie Marie Ondracek and James Michael “Jamey” Ritze Jr.

Sydnie Marie Ondracek and James Michael “Jamey” Ritze Jr. of Broken Arrow, OK, will be married at the Post Oak Lodge and Retreat in Tulsa, OK on Saturday, May 16, 2015.
The groom-to-be is the son of Dr. J. Michael and Connie Ritze of Broken Arrow, OK and the grandson of the late Dr. Ted and Oka Ritze of Trenton. He

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Officials Scheduled To Take Oath

Third Judicial Circuit Judge Jack Peace will give the oath of office to five elected officials on Tuesday afternoon.
Those who will be sworn in at 1:30 p.m. at the courthouse were elected or re-elected in the November election and include Betty Spickard, Grundy County clerk; Becky Stanturf, Grundy County circuit clerk and recorder; Rick Hull, Grundy County presiding commissioner; Carrie Lamm Clark, Grundy County prosecuting attorney; and Steve Hudson,

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Sheriff’s History In MSA Book

A book that details the history of county law enforcement in Missouri is now available at the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office.
The book, “Preserving the Past, Protecting the Future: A History of Missouri’s Sheriffs,” has been published by the Missouri Sheriff’s Association. The book includes a profile of each county, including a listing of its past sheriffs, as well as interesting stories about each county and its law enforcement.
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