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NCMC Approves Purchase Of Scoreboard, Sets Levy, OKs Personnel Matters

North Central Missouri College trustees approved the purchase of a new scoreboard for the Ketcham Community Center as well as approving several personnel items during a meeting held Tuesday in which the 2016 tax levy was set.
With the help of the NCMC Foundation, the board voted to purchase a new scoreboard for the Ketcham Community Center. The college will use its cash reserves to purchase the scoreboard, with the

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Correction

Correction
Shauna M. Neff, Trenton, changed her plea to guilty on two class B felonies of distribution/delivery/manufacture or production of a controlled substance and had sentencing set for Oct. 13.

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R.A.I.L. Meeting Set For Thursday

The Rural Advocates for Independent Living, Inc. will hold a meeting at 5:30 pm. Thursday at 1100 S. Jamison in Kirksville.
Items on the agenda include a report from the finance committee, board training, other committee reports, the executive director report, an update on prospective board members and a closed session to discuss legal matters and personnel.

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Russell-Davis Engagement

Kylie Russell, Justin Davis

Kylie Russell, Justin Davis

Kyle and Stacey Russell of Trenton announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Kylie Dawn, to Justin Conrad Davis of Trenton, son of Steven and Martha Davis of Carrollton.
The bride-to-be is a 2010 graduate of Trenton High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 2013 from Graceland University and a master’s of education in administration degree in 2016 from William

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Creason-Ripley Engaement

Lindsey Creason and Jordan Ripley

Lindsey Creason and Jordan Ripley

Lee and Dana Creason of Trenton announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Lindsay of St. Joseph, to Jordan Ripley, of St. Joseph, son of Robert and Regina Ripley of Oregon, MO.
The bride-to-be is a 2008 graduate of Trenton High School, a 2009 graduate of North Central Missouri College, a 2010 graduate of MWSU Regional Law Enforcement Academy and a 2011 graduate

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Morris-Kincaid Wedding

Ashley Morris, Ray Kincaid

Ashley Morris, Ray Kincaid

Ray Kincaid and Ashley Morris were married on Sunday, May 15, 2016 at the James P. Davis Hall in Kansas City, KS.
The bride is the daughter of Rodney Morris of Leavenworth, KS. The groom is the son of Rob and Lisa Kincaid of Gladstone, formerly of Trenton, and the grandson of Talma Joiner and Oliver and Karen Prewitt, all of Trenton.
The couple are making

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Election Judges Set For Aug. 2 Primary

Next week isn’t just fair week in Trenton, it’s also election week as voters will to the polls on Tuesday, Aug. 2 to cast ballots in the primary election.
Locally, the only race to be decided during the primary is the one for First District Grundy County commissioner in which incumbent Gene Wyant is being challenged by Don Sager on the Republican ticket. The winner will face Jimmy R. Martin,

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NCMC Takes Steps To Ensure Student Success

North Central Missouri College is taking steps to help students who may need extra academic help be successful in college.
Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of Instruction Dr. Sharon Weiser told college trustees Tuesday night about changes in the key performance indicators for performance funding measures, which are applied to a portion of new appropriations from the state. Colleges have the choice of using two of five performance measures

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NCMC Board Approves Nursing Salary Increase, Hires Basketball Coach

In an attempt to compete with clinical nursing positions, North Central Missouri College trustees voted to increase the base salary for instructors in its nursing program during a meeting Tuesday that also included the hiring of a men’s basketball coach, the creation of a new position and a report on efforts to help students in developmental courses be more successful.
Dean of Nursing and Health Sciences Brooke McAtee presented a

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