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Two Named To Missouri S&T Honor List

Two area students are among those named to the spring semester honors list at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla.
Alex Davis of Trenton and Charles Bennett of Jamesport were named to the list for having a grade point average of at least 3.2 on a 4.0 scale and carrying a minimum of 12 hours of credit.

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MU Honor Students Are Named

Several area students have been named to the spring dean’s list at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
The list includes Dalton Burkeybile, Wyatt Coffman, Malinda Foster, Karson Hill, Adam Kirby, Kate Lowrey and Alanna Wright, all of Trenton; Carlee Johnson of Laredo; Megan Ellis of Jamesport; and Kelsey Batson, Brody Cridlebaugh and Nic Roberts, all of Princeton.

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Crop Reports Due July 15

Grundy County USDA Farm Service Agency Executive Director Curtis Crawford has announced that producers who file accurate and timely reports for all crops and land uses, including failed acreage can prevent the potential loss of FSA program benefits. Producers are asked to pay close attention to the acreage reporting dates below for 2016.
“In order to comply with FSA program eligibility requirements, all producers are encouraged to visit the Grundy

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Building, Nuisance Board Agenda

The Trenton Building and Nuisance Board will meet at 6 p.m. Monday at city hall.
Items on the agenda include declaration of a nuisance at 1005 W. Crowder Rd., public hearings on properties at 1101/1115 Shanklin, 1105 Wiggins, 1110 Rural St., 2211 Oak St.; findings of facts on properties at 103 E. 10th St., 802 E. 24th St., 843 W. 14th Ct., 1109 E.12th St., 1314 Norton St., and 1922

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City Council Agenda

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include approval of a bid for a wastewater treatment truck, approval of a bid for a UTV for wastewater treatment, approval of a trailer bid for the electric department, an appointment to the park board and discussion of not advertising for a city administrator as requested by Third Ward

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THS Parking Lot Still Closed

Residents are being reminded that the Trenton High School parking lot is closed.
Trenton R-9 Director of Supportive Services Kris Ockenfels said that while the lot may appear to be finished, the asphalt needs time to cure, joints need to be sealed and paint applied. There is to be no traffic on the lot over the weekend. The front Trenton Middle School lot will remain open, with persons asked to

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Voter Registration Deadline

The deadline to register to vote in the August Primary election is quickly approaching.
Those wishing to register to vote in the Aug. 2 primary must do so by Wednesday, July 6. Those wishing to register may do so in the Grundy County Clerk’s Office, located on the second floor of the courthouse.

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Board Of Equalization Dates Set

The Grundy County Commission will open Board of Equalization meetings on Monday, July 18.
Those wishing to meet with the board to discuss assessment letters received on assessed valuation should first visit with Grundy County Assessor Kathy Veatch’s office to discuss the valuation issue or call 359-4040, ext. 2. If not satisfied with the results of that meeting, persons are then asked to contact Grundy County Clerk Betty Spickard’s office

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Trenton Native Is Honored

A Trenton native is the recipient of an award that will allow her to continue helping to save lives in Tanzania.
Martha Hoffman Goedert, a 1972 graduate of Trenton High School, has received the W. Newton Long Award from the American College of Nurse-Midwives. Mrs. Goedert, who is a volunteer nurse-midwife with the Peace Corps’ Seed Global Health program in Tanzania, East Africa, received the award for her life-saving work

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