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NCMC Trustees Name Search Committee, Hired Nursing Program Director

The search is on for the next president of North Central Missouri College, with trustees approving the members of the presidential search committee during a meeting held Tuesday evening.
The committee is made up of a cross-section of representatives of the college as well as the Trenton R-9 School District, business/industry and government. Those named to the committee include Diane Lowrey and Steve Busch, trustees; Tyson Otto, Megan DeWitt, Teresa

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Laredo Aldermen Close Road, Alleyway

The Laredo Board of Aldermen held a meeting on Wednesday evening, voting to close a section of road and alleyways.
City Clerk Ashely Boren said the board voted to close a section of Highland Avenue as well as alleyways between Grand Avenue and Oakland Avenue. The areas to be closed were already impassable, but no official action had been taken. A landowner in the north part of town plans to

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Spencer-Cockrill Engagement

Cheyenne Spencer, Nathan Cockrill

Cheyenne Spencer, Nathan Cockrill

Delvin and Belena Spencer of Altus, OK, formerly of Trenton, announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Cheyenne Spencer of Altus, to Nathan Cockrill of Norwalk, OH, son of Cindy Johnson and Chris Cockrill of Smithville.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of Smithville High School and received a degree in physical therapy assistant from Linn Technical College. She is employed at Jackson County Memorial

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Electricity Out At LEC On Wednesday

The electricity at the Grundy County Law Enforcement Center will be out for approximately four hours on Wednesday, but emergency response should not be affected.
The power will be out from about 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. while a backup generator switch is replaced. Although computers will not be operable and phone service may be affected, the 911 system should be operable, with calls rolling over to Brookfield if they

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FFA Meeting, Pool Party

The Trenton FFA Chapter will host its annual pool party on Wednesday evening at the Trenton Family Aquatic Center.
The event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. with a short cookshack and NCM Fair activities meeting set for 6 p.m. in the lower shelter house at Moberly Park. The pool party will follow, with all FFA members, parents and families encouraged to attend, as are students who are

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MoDot Work Is Announced

The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced general highway maintenance and construction work in the Northwest Missouri region for this week.
Work scheduled for Grundy County includes pothole patching and sealing on Routes M, JJ and W; drainage work on Routes Y and NN; and spraying on Routes W, WW, 146 and 190.
In Daviess County, Route 13 will be closed through July 24 at the Honey Creek Bridge. Pothole

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Union Pacific Donates To WMH

7-2 WMH Donation 2R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
The Union Pacific Foundation awarded the Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation a grant in the amount of $15,000 on Wednesday. The grant will be applied to the “Equipped for the Future” campaign to purchase an OB Centralized Monitoring System for the hospital. The grant was submitted by former WMH Foundation Director Matt Osterthun and the check was presented today by Lindsey Douglas, Director for Public Affairs for the

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Issues At Aquatic Center Are Discussed

At Wednesday’s meeting of the Trenton Park Board, members discussed recent issues at the Trenton Family Aquatic Center in which the baby pool was closed for several days for a maintenance issue, as well as what appears to be a misconception about the closing of the pool due to low attendance.
Park Superintendent Jason Shuler said the issue arose when a portion of the baby pool was repainted as part

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Park Board Moving Forward On Disc Golf Course

The Trenton Park Board moved forward with the establishment of a disc golf course by accepting bids for the project during the board’s regular monthly meeting held Wednesday evening. Board members also discussed issues with the Trenton Family Aquatic Center and accepted a donation during the meeting.
On a 7-2 vote the board accepted a bid of $10,232.79 from Disc Golf Association for 19 powdercoated baskets, 18 tee sign fames

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