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Local Student Earns Scholarships

A Trenton woman has been awarded five scholarships to Truman State University in Kirksville.
Samantha Battrick, a senior English major, has been awarded the Honorable Pat Danner Scholarship in the amount of $1,500; the Jane Crow Scholarship in the amount of $1,500; the Dr. Angela A. DeVito Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000; the Shirley Ann Watson Memorial English Scholarship in the amount of $77; and the Merry Lynn

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Emergency Shelter Training Offered

The Grundy County Local Emergency Management Agency and the American Red Cross is hosting a “Shelter Fundamentals” training.
The event will be held from 6 to 9:30 p.m. on Monday, June 2 at the Trenton Fire Department, 1001 E. 17th St. The Free Training will provide information on how to open and manage a shelter when an emergency strikes. To register, contact Kelli Hillerman at 359-4196.

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Museum Opening On Memorial Day

“Electronic Technology in Grundy County” will be the featured exhibit when the Grundy County Museum opens Memorial Day, May 26. The VFW will present a flag raising and rifle salute at approximately 11 a.m., at the Baker School flagpole, followed by brief patriotic remarks by Bob Chenoweth.
A Tribute to Veterans program is scheduled at 1:30 p.m. in the lower level of the Masonic Lodge featuring comments by local veterans

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Nursing Home Board Meets

The Grundy County Nursing Home Board of Directors met Monday, discussing the new residential care facility, storm damage and budget issues.
According to information provided by Administrator Donita Youtsey, staff members reported that the RCF apartment construction is officially completed. All city, state and regulatory inspections have been completed and approved. The certificate of occupancy as well as the state licensure has been received. All the new apartments have now

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THS Graduates 91 At Ketcham Center

Tosha Wilson was the valedictorian of the Trenton High School Class of 2014.

Tosha Wilson was the valedictorian of the Trenton High School Class of 2014.

The THS Class of 2014 salutatorian is Megan Derry.

The THS Class of 2014 salutatorian is Megan Derry.

Ninety-one students joined the ranks of Trenton High School alumni when they received their diplomas in ceremonies held at the Ketcham Community Center on Sunday afternoon.
Tosha Wilson, daughter of Toni and Janet Wilson, was named the valedictorian of the class of 2014, while Megan Derry, daughter of

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Galt Property Is Discussed

The Galt City Council met Tuesday evening, with the majority of the meeting taken up with discussion of property that needs attention.
According to City Clerk Mary Young, city officials indicated they will be watching closely the yards that need to be mowed or cleaned up and letters will be sent to property owners that need to have the condition of the yards brought to their attention. The next regular

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Mistake Made In Surtax Distribution

A mistake has been made in the amount of surtax distributed to Grundy County entities between the months of November 2013 and March 2014 and entities will be asked to repay the amount received so a correct distribution can be made.
During a meeting of the Grundy County Commission on Monday, Laredo R-7 Superintendent Phil Fox and Pleasant View R-6 Superintendent Tiffany Otto met with the commissioners and Grundy County

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Former Principal Charged With Forgery

The former principal at Tri-County R-7 School has been charged with three felonies involving forgery and the use of students to commit the crime.
According to the Gallatin-North Missourian, Bryan McArthur of Trenton has been charged with one count of forgery, a class C felony, and two counts of conspiracy to commit forgery, class D felonies, in connection with an incident that occurred at the school in Jamesport on Feb.

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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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