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Bowe Bound Over In Assault, Tampering With Evidence Case

The son of a murder victim took the stand Tuesday afternoon in the preliminary hearing of a defendant who is accused of not only helping cover up the murder, but also of assisting in the assault of the son.
Tristan Vencill testified Tuesday in the Associate Division of Grundy County Court as to the role defendant James Bowe of Humphreys played in the assault in which he was struck in

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Nursing Home Board Approves Heating System, Raises

The board of directors of the Grundy County Nursing Home District approved auxiliary heating units for the new addition and approved an across-the-board wage increase during a meeting held Monday evening at Sunnyview Nursing Home.
According to information provided by the board, the options for auxiliary heating in the RCF addition were discussed, with the board voting to approve the additional cost for cove heaters for auxiliary heating units and

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Judge Takes City Trash Lawsuit Under Advisement

As of press time this morning, a request from Waste Corporation of Missouri, Inc. for a temporary restraining order against the city of Trenton is still in the hands of Daviess County Associate Judge Daren Adkins.
Arguments for and against the request were heard Friday in Grundy County Circuit Court, with Judge Adkins assigned to the case after Third Circuit Judge Jack Peace recused himself. Judge Adkins heard the arguments

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Rural Spickard Family Loses Home In Fire

A rural Spickard family has lost their home following an early morning fire.
According to Jesse Richmond, training officer/public relations with Spickard Fire and Rescue, the W.A. “Dub” Wilson family was able to escape from the home, located at 631 N.E. 122nd St. after they woke to a fire shortly after 1 a.m. The residents of the one-story home were able to get dressed and escape unharmed, but the home

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Jacob Hall Takes First In Contest

The 2013 National 4-H Poultry and Egg Conference was held November 20-21 at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville, with Trenton resident Jacob Hall coming home with a first-place finish.
Hall, the son of Gary and Becky Hall, took first place in the turkey barbecue contest, bringing home the Robert Hogue Memorial Award, a gold pin and $250.
This annual conference allows 4-Hers from all over the country

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Read Bound Over In Murder Of John Vencill

Jameson Read’s own statements about the July murder of his business partner, John Vencill, provided plenty of evidence to have the case bound over following a preliminary hearing held Tuesday afternoon in the Associate Division of the Grundy County Court.
Read, 24, was bound over to the Circuit Division to face charges of first-degree murder, armed criminal action, abandonment of a corpse, first degree assault and tampering with physical evidence.

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Laredo, Princeton, Newtown-Harris Boards Set Filing Dates For April 2014

The Laredo R-7, Princeton R-5 and Newtown-Harris boards of education met Monday, setting the filing dates for the April election.
Laredo R-7
The Laredo R-7 board purchased a bus, set filing dates and discussed fifth and sixth grade basketball during its meeting.
According to information provided by Superintendent Phil Fox, the board voted to purchase a 1994 International bus from Randy Small Transportation. The board declared the 1994 GMC Blue

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Couple Has Adventure On Trip Through Europe

Tyler and Dani Jackson at the Leaning Power of Pisa.

Tyler and Dani Jackson at the Leaning Power of Pisa.


Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two-part story. Part two will appear in Friday’s Republican-Times.
by Ronda Lickteig
R-T News Writer
We’ve all heard about people who take time off after college and backpack around Europe, but most of us don’t know anyone who has actually done it. Galt native Tyler Jackson and his wife Dani did just

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Tuition Waivers, Allied Health Program Discussed By NCMC Board

Tuition waivers and their impact on the budget, as well as a report on the allied health program were among the main topics of discussion at a Tuesday evening meeting of the North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees.
A report on tuition waivers was presented, comparing where the college is at this point in the 2013-2014 school year versus the amount spent during the 2012-2013 school year. Waivers for

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