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NCMC Honors Royals, Mike Arbuckle

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College North Central Missouri College students, faculty, staff and friends gathered in front of Geyer Hall on Tuesday afternoon to show their support for the Kansas City Royals and NCMC alum Mike Arbuckle, the senior advisor to Royals General Manager Dayton Moore, in the first game of the 2014 World Series. The Royals fell to the San Francisco Giants in game one, 7-1, and will host the second contest tonight at Kauffman Stadium.

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College
North Central Missouri College students, faculty, staff and friends gathered in front of Geyer Hall on Tuesday afternoon to show their support for the Kansas City Royals and NCMC alum Mike Arbuckle, the senior advisor to Royals General Manager Dayton Moore, in the first game of the 2014 World Series. The Royals fell to the San Francisco Giants in game one, 7-1, and

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Local Men Take Vietnam Veterans Flight To Washington D.C.

Submitted Photo Trenton brothers-in-law Larry Huffstutter, back row at left, and Larry Spencer, back row at right, were among 71 Vietnam War veterans from Missouri on the inaugural “Yellow Ribbon Flight” taken to Washington D.C. earlier this month.

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Trenton brothers-in-law Larry Huffstutter, back row at left, and Larry Spencer, back row at right, were among 71 Vietnam War veterans from Missouri on the inaugural “Yellow Ribbon Flight” taken to Washington D.C. earlier this month.

by Diane Lowrey
R-T Editor
It’s been 44 years since Trenton residents Larry Huffstutter and Larry Spencer left the military following their service in the Vietnam War. But a trip the brothers-in-law

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Economic Development Committee To Meet

The Economic Development Committee of the Trenton City Council will meet at noon on Thursday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion of land for the proposed solar project, Youth Leadership Trenton, north central Missouri business facilitation, a tipping fee ordinance for the transfer station and the director’s report. An executive session for real estate is also planned.

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NCMC Trip Meeting Set

North Central Missouri College in Trenton is planning a group trip to Europe in May 2016. Members of the public are invited to participate and do not need to be college students to join.
An informational meeting will beheld at 7 p.m. on Thursday in the Sugg Room of the Ketcham Community Center on the NCMC campus. The preliminary dates for the trip are May 19-28, 2016, and countries on

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Vocal Music Concert Is Thursday

The Trenton R-9 Vocal Music Department will hold its fall concert this Thursday at the First Baptist Church.
Gold Rush and the women’s choir from Trenton High School and the middle school choir will be performing in the program, which begins at 7 p.m. The program is open to the public. Tyler Busick is the vocal music instructor.

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Trick Or Treat Night On Oct. 27

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors will hold their annual Trick or Treat Night for area youth on Monday, Oct 27 at the Rock Barn.
This free event is scheduled from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thirty-one businesses and organizations will be providing “tricks or treats” and youth taking part are encouraged to wear their Halloween clothing. There will be facepainting as well as an area in which photos will

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Additional Flu Clinic Set For Oct. 28

An additional clinic has been added next week by the Grundy County Health Department for persons to receive flu vaccines.
The clinic will be at the health department office on Tuesday, Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The high dose vaccine will be offered to persons age 65 and over while the quadrivalent (four strain) vaccine will be given to those under the age of 65.
The health

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Area FFA Members Getting American Farmer Degree

FFA members from chapters at Trenton, Grundy R-5 at Galt, Tri-County R-7 at Jamesport, Princeton and North Mercer will receive their American Farmer Degree during the National FFA Convention in Louisville, KY. early next month.
The American Farmer Degree is the highest degree an FFA member can receive. The ceremony is slated for Saturday, Nov. 1.
Area FFA members scheduled to receive their American Farmer Degree are Alex Anderson, Shelby

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Nursing Home District Seeks Tax Hike

The Grundy County Nursing Home District Board of Directors met on Friday, taking action on several items.
According to information provided by Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments Administrator Donita Youtsey, the board approved placing a measure on the April ballot to increase the nursing home district tax by 5 cents. The increase would make the tax 20 cents on the $100 assessed valuation. This would be the first increase of

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