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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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New Galt City Clerk

The City of Galt has named its new city clerk, who will take over the position when the current clerk leaves in July.
According to information provided by City Clerk Mary Young, the city has hired Ashley Boren of Galt as her replacement. Mrs. Boren, who will continue her duties as Laredo City Clerk as well, will start training immediately in preparation for Mrs.Young’s departure at the end of July.

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Family Of Purple Heart Winner Is Sought

Veterans Service Officer Wayne Kleinschmidt is seeking the family of a man whose Purple Heart and historical family documents have been found.
Kleinschmidt said he has come into possession of the Purple Heart that was awarded to Harley Garrison, Jr. He said documents show that Garrison was the son of Harley D. Garrison, Sr., (born in Dawn) and Frances Hughes Garrison. He has learned that Garrison had an aunt, Lela

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Park Board Approves Surplus Budget, Plans Repairs to the Walking Trail

A budget that includes funds for repairs to the walking trail was approved by the Trenton Park Board Wednesday evening at a meeting that also included an update on the summer ball program being run through the Green Hills Recreation Association.
The budget was unanimously approved and shows expected revenues of $564,024 and anticipated expenditures of $554,696, including a $153,236 payment on the Trenton Family Aquatic Center. That leaves a

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Galt Aldermen Discuss Rock, Hold Interviews

The Galt Board of Aldermen met Tuesday evening, discussing rock and holding interviews for the city clerk’s position.
According to City Clerk Mary Young, the board voted to purchase rock for the city streets, with information to be provided when a vendor is selected. In addition, the board held interviews with candidates for Mrs. Young’s replacement and selected a person to fill the position. That person’s name will be announced

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Grand River Valley Choir, Orchestra Registration and Rehearsal

The Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra will hold its registration and begin rehearsals for its summer concert on April 12.
Registration will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12 at Hodge Presbyterian Church, located at 315 W. Crowder Rd. The participation fee is $10. Rehearsals will also begin that evening and will run each Tuesday night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The choir and orchestra will present

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THS Third Quarter Students Named

Photo Courtesy of THS The Trenton High School Students of the Quarter for the third quarter have been named and include, from left, freshman Emma Gilham, sophomore Hannah Persell, junior Jacob Davis and senior Layla Palmer.

Photo Courtesy of THS
The Trenton High School Students of the Quarter for the third quarter have been named and include, from left, freshman Emma Gilham, sophomore Hannah Persell, junior Jacob Davis and senior Layla Palmer.

The Trenton High School Students of the Quarter have been named for the third quarter.
Students selected for the honor, which can only be earned one time during a student’s high school career, include

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Plans Under Way For THS Senior Celebration

Plans are under way for the annual Trenton High School Senior Celebration, which this year will be held on Saturday, May 7 in the high school gymnasium.
Parents of senior class members, along with local businesses, are sponsoring the event, which will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. Activities will include a mechanical bull, laser tag, bubble soccer and a photo booth. There will also be food and several

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Trenton R-9 Preschool, Kindergarten Screening

Trenton R-9 is now taking appointments for preschool and kindergarten screening, which will be held May 10-13 and May 16.
Preschool screenings will be held on May 10-12 and May 16. Kindergarten screenings will be held May 12, 13 and 16. Parents can call 359-2003 for an appointment. Parents will need to bring the children’s birth certificate, proof of residency and immunization records to the appointment.

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