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Area Residents Injured In Weekend Accidents

Several area residents were injured in accidents over the weekend in Grundy, Daviess and Putnam counties.
On Sunday night, the Missouri Highway Patrol investigated a one-vehicle accident west of Spickard in which a Spickard man, Robert Blozvich, 49, was taken to Wright Memorial Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries. The patrol said a pickup truck driven by Blozvich was southbound on West 60th Avenue when it went out of control

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Four Injured In Area Accident

Four Princeton residents received injuries in a one-vehicle accident on Wednesday morning on Highway 136, nine miles east of Bethany.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol said that the driver of the vehicle, Ciara Grams, 22, received serious injuries along with a passenger, Jenny Miller, 37. Both women were taken to the Harrison County Community Hospital at Bethany, then later transported by helicopter to Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City. Keith

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Utility Poles Damaged In Mishap

Utility poles owned by AT&T and Suddenlink were damaged in an accident investigated by the Trenton Police Department Tuesday morning.
According to Officer Keith Edmonston’s report, the mishap occurred when a Missouri Department of Conservation day cab tractor pulling a flatbed trailer with a John Deere motor grader was traveling down West 10th Street to Cedar Street. A hydraulic arm caught a telephone line, with the driver of the vehicle,

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Trenton Man Hurt In Accident

A Trenton man was injured in a one-vehicle accident on Thursday night in Harrison County.
Daniel Hansen, 26, was taken by private vehicle to Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton for treatment of moderate injuries. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Hansen was the driver of a pickup truck that was eastbound on Route MM, six miles northwest of Brimson, when it failed to negotiate a curve and ran off the

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Trenton, Princeton Residents Injured In Accident

Residents of Trenton and Princeton were injured in two separate accidents investigated by the Missouri State Highway Patrol on Tuesday.
The first accident occurred at 8:10 a.m. in Livingston County, two miles west of Chillicothe on Highway 36. The patrol said an SUV driven by Cory Albers, 24, of Trenton was eastbound on Highway 36 and went out of control on the wet roadway. The vehicle traveled off the left

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Trenton Woman Hurt In Accident

A Trenton resident received minor injuries in a one-vehicle accident on Saturday night northwest of Trenton.
Karen Gonzalez, 38, did not request medical attention. She was the driver of a car that was westbound on Highway 146 when it struck a deer in the roadway. The car received moderate damage.
Missouri State Highway Patrol Cpl. Adam McAtee investigated the accident.

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Native Serves Country, Is POW In WWII

Submitted Photo  Hickory native Jason Brown was held as a prisoner of war in the Philippines during World War II. He and other POWs survived on  rice, occasionally topped with seaweed, dry corn or sweet  potato tops, augmented by stray monkeys, snakes and other small animals, including rats.

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Hickory native Jason Brown was held as a prisoner of war in the Philippines during World War II. He and other POWs survived on rice, occasionally topped with seaweed, dry corn or sweet potato tops, augmented by stray monkeys, snakes and other small animals, including rats.

by Allene Maloney
According to an article in the Kansas City Star last week, July 28, 2014 will mark the 100th anniversary

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Accident Leads To Arrest For DWI

The Trenton Police Department investigated two accidents over the weekend, including one that resulted in a man being arrested for driving while intoxicated.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, officers were called to an accident on 28th Street just past where the road curves from Princeton Road. According to Officer Seth Rorebeck’s report, the mishap occurred when a car driven by Adam W. Hopper of 701 E. Ninth St.,

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TPD Called To Mishap On Highway 65 Off-Ramp

The Trenton Police Department investigated an accident Friday afternoon on the off-ramp at the intersection of Highway 65 and East 10th Street.
According to Officer Randy Burks’ report, the mishap occurred when a truck driven by Daniel M. Betz of 158 E. Fourth St., was southbound on Highway 65 and was exiting the off-ramp, traveling behind a car driven by Ralph M. Hoffart, Sr., of Imperial. Both vehicles had stopped

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