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Community 2000 Coalition Plans Project Prom

The Grundy County Community 2000 Coalition has announced that it will host Midnight Mystery Madness Project Prom for youth attending the Trenton High School Junior-Senior Prom.
The event is designed to provide a safe, healthy and adult-supervised event following the Trenton High School Prom. The event will take place at midnight following the prom, scheduled for Saturday, April 25, and will run until 6 a.m. on Sunday, April 26. The

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WMH Gets Stroke Care Designation

Wright Memorial Hospital of Trenton has been designated as a Time Critical Diagnosis center for stroke patients.
WMH, which is a member of Saint Luke’s Health System and affiliated with its Marion Block Neuroscience Institute, was awarded the designation along with all Saint Luke’s Hospitals in Missouri, as part of a new Missouri law that requires the designation of hospitals to which stroke patients should be taken for treatment. Missouri

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Trustees Approve Increase In Board, Fees; Tuition Remains Steady

Tuition and room rates at North Central Missouri College will remain steady for the 2015-2016 school year, but there will be a 3 percent increase in board following action taken Tuesday evening at a meeting of college trustees.
The increase in board rates reflects a 3 percent contractual increase for services provides by Great Western Dining for the 2015-2016 school year. A 12-meal plan will increase to $2,550, while the

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RPC Sets Board Agenda

The Green Hills Regional Planning Commission will meet in regular session at 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Trenton office.
Items on the agenda include a financial statement report, staff reports, Resolution 2015-1 EDA Planning Grant Match, approval of the draft audit, approval of watershed contracts, a transportation update, discussion of amendments to by-laws and the executive director’s report.

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City Council Approves Bids, Ordinances

The Trenton City Council approved two bids and acted on six ordinances during a meeting on Monday night at city hall.
On a vote of 8-0, the council approved a bid from Kevin Ireland to hay ground owned by the city at a cost of $12.50 per bale. It was the highest of three bids received.
Approved on a vote of 7-0, with councilman Kenneth Ewing abstaining, was a bid

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County Commission To Meet

The Grundy County Commission will hold its weekly meeting on Tuesday at the courthouse.
Among items on the agenda are CART rock bid openings at 9 a.m., concrete bid openings at 9:30 a.m., a meeting with Ambulance Director Steve Tracy at 10 a.m. and mowing bid openings at 10:30 a.m.

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Park Board Seeking Help With Concessions

Members of the Trenton Park Board will be seeking organizations to run concession stands this summer following a discussion held at a meeting of the board on Wednesday evening.
The board will be seeking organizations that can run the concession stands at the various ballfields, with the park department keeping the stands stocked. Basically, the group would just need to have the stands opened during ballgames. For the past several

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Cox-Ford Engagement

Theresa M. Ford of Gallatin and James L. Cox of Trenton announce their wedding plans for Saturday, March 21, 2015. The couple will exchange vows before family and friends at 3 p.m. at the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Trenton.

Theresa M. Ford of Gallatin and James L. Cox of Trenton announce their wedding plans for Saturday, March 21, 2015. The couple will exchange vows before family and friends at 3 p.m. at the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Trenton.

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Head Start, Whitley Estate Are Topics At NCMC Board Meeting

The Green Hills Head Start program was one of the topics discussed at a meeting of North Central Missouri College Trustees held Tuesday evening.
Trustees gave approval to an enrollment plan for the program, which is administered through NCMC. The plan is designed to correct recent enrollment deficiencies experienced by the Head Start program. According to Head Start Director Dr. Beverly Hooker, the plan utilizes a home visitor/teacher aide model

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