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Sheriff’s History In MSA Book

A book that details the history of county law enforcement in Missouri is now available at the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office.
The book, “Preserving the Past, Protecting the Future: A History of Missouri’s Sheriffs,” has been published by the Missouri Sheriff’s Association. The book includes a profile of each county, including a listing of its past sheriffs, as well as interesting stories about each county and its law enforcement.
Grundy

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Family Who Lost Home In Fire Overwhelmed With Donations

A family that lost their home and belongings in a fire near Spickard last week has been overwhelmed with donations from the community.
According to Spickard Fire Training Officer/Public Relations Official Jesse Richmond, the Amanda Higgans family has received an outpouring of generosity from the community and is no longer in need of items. Ms. Higgans told Richmond that she is extremely thankful for those who responded to her family’s

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Park Board Makes Changes In Personnel Policies

The Trenton Park Board took action on items regarding employee comp time and work hours during a meeting held Wednesday evening.
After a discussion about the need for standard hours at the park department, the board set the regular working hours for the department as 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hourly employees will be allowed two 15-minute paid breaks, but board members agreed that those breaks must be taken during

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Trenton FFA Fundraiser

The Trenton FFA fruit and other fundraiser items will be delivered to the THS ag building on Thursday, Dec. 4.
FFA members will be picking up their items after school on Thursday between 3 and 7 p.m. Patrons and supporters can expect their items to be delivered that evening and the following days.
Persons with questions can contact THS FFA Advisors Brook Kreatz or Kabel Oaks at 660-359-2291.

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Chamber Coffee On Wednesday

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a coffee on Wednesday, Dec. 3, hosted by H&R Block at 1601 E. Ninth St.
Chamber members are invited to stop by between 7:30 to 9 a.m. for food, coffee, juice and a chance to network with others.

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Donations Sought For Body Cameras

Donations are still being accepted for body cameras and related equipment for use by the Trenton Police Department.
Tax-deductible donations can be made for the purchase of the equipment, with checks to be made to Green Hills Rural Development. For more information, persons can contact Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright at 359-5557.

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GRV Holiday Program Is Dec. 6

The Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra will present a festive collection of holiday favorites on Saturday, Dec. 6.
The concert will begin at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 2421 Oklahoma Ave., in Trenton. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m. The concert is free, however audience members are invited to contribute canned food items to benefit the Grundy County Food Pantry.

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BPW OKs Bills Without Paying Administrative Fee

The Board of Public Works of Trenton Municipal Utilities held its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening at Trenton City Hall, hearing updates and approving several bids.
During approval of the regular monthly bills that had been paid, the board approved payment of all the bills except the administrative fee of $119,944 to the city. There had been some discussion at last month’s meeting about having that money put into

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Laredo Aldemen Discuss Water Tank Report

The Laredo Board of Aldermen met Nov. 6, discussing the water tank and employee tax forms.
City Clerk Ashley Boren said a report was given by Utility Service Group about their inspection on the water tank, which is currently in good condition. They are offering an asset management program to the city, a proposal which was tabled.
Board members voted to approve Sager Accounting and Tax to prepare the city’s

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