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Sunnyview Board Approves Rate Increase

The Grundy County Nursing Home District Board of Directors met May 18, approving an increase in room rates, effective July 1.
The board approved a daily room rate increase of $8 effective July 1 for the nursing home and the residential care facility. With the increase, the daily rate will be $147 for private rooms and $142 for a semi-private room. The Residential Care Facility daily room rate will be

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Building Board Holds Hearing

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council met on Monday night, holding a public hearing on one property and discussing the 2014-15 and 2015-16 demolition projects.
Board members met with Robert Spencer concerning a trailer he owns at 120 Highland. He told the board he anticipates being done with outside work on the trailer by this weekend. Spencer has paid to purchase other trailers next to his,

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Life Sentences In Child Abuse Case

A Trenton man who had been charged with multiple child sexual offenses will likely spend the rest of his life in prison after being sentenced in the case Monday in Linn County.
Brent Reynolds had pleaded guilty to three counts of statutory sodomy, two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, and two counts of incest in the Ninth Circuit Court in Linn County, where his case had been moved

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Family’s Home Destroyed In Fire

The home of a rural Spickard woman and her children was destroyed in a fire Thursday morning.
According to Spickard Fire Training Officer/Public Relations Official Jesse Richmond, the blazed occurred at the home of Amanda Higgans and her children at about 7:51 a.m. The two-story farm house, located about three and one-half miles west of the Spickard city limits, was owned by Amanda and Stony Coffman. An Amish man walking

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WMH Physicians Clinic Ruled As Exempt

The Missouri State Tax Commission has ordered Grundy County Assessor Kathy Veatch to classify the property known as the Physician’s Clinic at Wright Memorial Hospital as exempt.
The petition for exemption was filed by Saint Luke’s Hospital d/b/a Wright Memorial Hospital stating that the property is a not-for-profit corporation under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3) and is classified as a public charity under IRC Sections 509 (A)(1) and 170 (b)(A)(III). The

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Domestic Violence Was Motive In Local Killing

Domestic violence was the motive behind the murder of a Trenton woman on Sunday evening.
David Call, a 50-year-old Kansas City man and former Trenton resident, shot 53-year-old Rebecca Taul (also known as Becky Nelson) Sunday evening. Her body was found in her burning home at 602 Grundy St. shortly after 9 p.m. Firefighters found Ms. Taul and her pet, a bulldog, deceased. Autopsy results showed she had been shot

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Man Who Committed Suicide Had Been Charged In Fatal Fire

A man who committed suicide after firing his weapon at law enforcement officers had been sought in connection with a fatal fire in Trenton on Sunday evening.
According to on-line court records, a warrant had been issued Monday for the arrest of David Call, 50, who had an address of Kansas City. The charges included first degree murder, armed criminal action, first degree arson and abandonment of a corpse. He

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Person of Interest In Fatal Fire Found Dead

A man who is possibly a suspect in a fatal fire in Trenton has committed suicide
According to the St. Joseph News-Press, multiple law enforcement officers had surrounded the home Monday in the McFall area after a man barricaded himself inside and fired at law enforcement officers.
The man, a 50-year-old white male, is believed to be a person of interest in the investigation into a dead body that

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Park Department Releases Rental Process, Rules For Rock Barn, Shelter House

The Trenton Park Department has released new policies and procedures for the rental of the Rock Barn and enclosed shelter house at Moberly Park.
The department recently took over the rental process for the facilities, which had previously been handled by employees at city hall.
The policies include:
• Reservation of the facilities will be done by phone or at the park department office (located on the north side of

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