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NCMC Vice President Leaving For NWMSU Post

A long-time administrator at North Central Missouri College is leaving her post to take a position at Northwest Missouri State University.
NCMC trustees reluctantly and with regret accepted the resignation of Dr. Jamie Hooyman during the board’s regular meeting on Monday evening. Dr. Hooyman, who has been at NCMC for the past 10 years, has accepted the position of vice provost of NWMSU in Maryville. She currently serves as vice

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RAIL Meeting On Tuesday

The Rural Advocates for Independent Living, Inc. will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Items on the agenda include board officer discussion/election, a closed session to discuss personnel, reports, board training, a 2017 independent living grant review, board training policy/plan and the four-year strategic plan.

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Building/Nuisance Board Agenda For 5-23-16

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

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Girl Scout Registration

Girl Scouts of Northeast Kansas and Northwest Missouri is currently holding its spring registration for new and returning girls.
Girls can register as Girl Scouts at any time throughout the year, but those who register prior to June 30 will receive an exclusive “I Can’t Wait To…” patch. Registration can take place on line at gsksmo.org/join or by contacting Destiny Michael at (816) 701-9385 or [email protected]

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WMH Offers Screening

Wright Memorial Hospital is participating in a Saint Luke’s Health System program designed to promote heart wellness.
The program offers a free blood pressure and atrial fibrillation screenings. The screening process will take less than five minutes and consists of the individual placing their fingers on an Apple iPad tablet. The screening is confidential and free. The screening are being administered in the Wright Memorial Hospital Specialty Clinic on Monday,

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Galt Aldermen Meet, Discuss Abolishing Wards

The Galt Board of Aldermen met Tuesday evening, swearing in new officeholders, discussing the abolishment of the wards and discussing an increase in electric rates from KCP&L.
According to City Clerk Mary Young, those elected in the April election were given the oath of office, including Victor Tunnell, north ward, two-year term; George Griff, south ward, two-year term; and Bill Jackson, south ward, one-year unexpired term. Mrs. Young said the

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Cops ‘N Bobbers Set For June 4

The Trenton Police Department will hold its annual Cops ‘N Bobbers Fishing event on Saturday, June 4 at the North Central Missouri College Barton Farm Campus.
The cops and kids fishing event will be held from 9 a.m to noon and is being co-sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation, NCMC Barton Farm Campus and the National Wild Turkey Federation. The event is free for the kids and lunch will

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Pay Increases Approved For Park Employees, Mower Bid Accepted

Pay increases for additional part-time employees were approved during a meeting of the Trenton Park Board Wednesday night, with the board also accepting bids for two new lawn mowers.
The meeting was held at the Rock Barn, where board members could see the results of the renovation of the restrooms at that facility. The materials for the renovation ended up costing about $7,800, with a portion of those funds being

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New NCMC President To Begin May 16, Other Personnel Action Also Taken

Diane Lowrey, left, and Chris Hoffman, center, were given the oath of office during Tuesday's meeting of college trustees. The two were re-elected to the board in the April 5 Election. NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall, right, gave the oath of the office.

Diane Lowrey, left, and Chris Hoffman, center, were given the oath of office during Tuesday’s meeting of college trustees. The two were re-elected to the board in the April 5 Election. NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall, right, gave the oath of the office.


North Central Missouri College’s new president will begin his official duties on May 16 following action taken on his contract during Tuesday night’s NCMC board of trustees

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