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NCMC Board Sets Salaries

As part of the approval of the 2015-2016 North Central Missouri College budget, trustees set salaries for all employees during a meeting held Tuesday.
Faculty members were granted an average 4 percent salary increase, with Administrative, Management, Professional (AMP) and classified staff granted 2 percent increases. With the increase, NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall’s salary will be $135,580 (not including an $8,000 auto allowance). Other salaries of top administrators at

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Programs Planned At Library

Two upcoming children’s events are being held as part of the Summer Reading Program at the Grundy County-Jewett Norris Library.
On July 1, the Tiny Tykes story time will be held at 9:30 a.m., with children in grades preschool through second visiting with Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright at 10 a.m.
On July 7, juggler Brian Wending will present a free program at 10:30 a.m. for all ages in the

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NCMC Trustees Approve Balanced Budget For 2015-2016

Approval of the 2015-2016 budget was the highlight of a meeting held Tuesday evening by trustees at North Central Missouri College, who also hired employees and gave emeritus status to a retiring instructor.
The 2015-2016 budget shows surplus funds in both the Unrestricted Account (operational) budget and the Auxiliary Service Account budget. Total revenues in the operational budget are projected at $10,003,044, with expected expenditures of $9,973,159, for a surplus

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Gooseberry Horseshoe Pitching Results

A total of six horseshoe pitchers were entered in the Gooseberry Festival Horseshoe Pitching Contest held Saturday at Eastside Park.
Taking first place was Mark Clark of Spickard, with Richard Bosley of Trenton placing second. Terry Bosley of Trenton was the third-place winner in the annual contest.

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Ford-Cox Wedding

he Board approved the minutes of the previous regular May meeting. Accepted the Treasurer’s report and authorized the payment of bills. Donita Youtsey, Administrator, presented the Administrator’s and RCF reports to the Board.   The Board went into closed session and approved the May 18, 2015 closed minutes. The Board of Directors will next meet on Tuesday July 21st, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. in the conference room of the Administrator’s office of Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments.

he Board approved the minutes of the previous regular May meeting.
Accepted the Treasurer’s report and authorized the payment of bills.
Donita Youtsey, Administrator, presented the Administrator’s and RCF reports to the Board.
The Board went into closed session and approved the May 18, 2015 closed minutes.
The Board of Directors will next meet on Tuesday July 21st, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. in the conference room of the Administrator’s office

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Kelsey Donohue On CMU Dean’s List

A Trenton woman has been named to the Dean’s List at Central Methodist University in Fayette.
Kelsey Donohue, who recently completed her junior year at CMU, was named to the list for the Spring 2015 semester. An elementary education major, she is the daughter of Annette and Pat Donohue of Trenton.

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Swan-Toney Engagement

Riley Swan, Colton Toney

Riley Swan, Colton Toney

Terry and Cindy Swan of Princeton announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Riley, to Colton Toney of Ankeny, IA, son of Ken and Tina Burk of Winterset, IA and Bob Toney of Lamoni, IA.
The bride-to-be is a 2011 graduate of Christian Legacy Academy and is employed at We Tees in Ankeny. The groom-to-be is a 2012 graduate of Leon, IA, High School

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Assessor Conducting Field Work In Lincoln Township

Grundy County Assessor Kathy Veatch has announced that field work is currently being conducted in Lincoln Township.
The work will continue in that township for about a month. Employees will be driving a vehicle that is identified as being from the assessor’s office and will be wearing shirts or vests that identify them as employees of the office. Anyone with questions about the field work may contact Mrs. Veatch at

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NCMC Trustees Approved Retirement Of Allied Health Dean

The head of one of North Central Missouri College’s premier programs submitted her letter of retirement to college trustees during a meeting held Tuesday evening.
Trustees accepted, with regret and gratitude, the retirement of Janet Vanderpool as dean of allied health and sciences. Her retirement is effective June 30, however because of vacation time she has available, her last day on the job will be June 1. In her letter

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