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Sunnyview Recognizes Employees

11-25 business Tina Coursey11-25 business Debbie TroesterThe Sunnyview Foundation Board of Directors recently honored two individuals as employees of the month, based on nominations from residents and family members. Tina Coursey, above left with board member Joann Trump, is the October Employee of the Month. She is a licensed beautician and has worked at Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments since 2002. Debbie Troester, pictured below with board member Twyla Whitney, is the November Employee of the

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Jimmy Houston Stops By

Submitted Photo The Station at Humphreys had a special guest for supper on Saturday, Nov. 15 for their opening deer season fish fry. Well-known fisherman and hunter Jimmy Houston, right, was in the area filming an episode on whitetail deer hunting for his show, “Jimmy Houston Outdoors,” when he stopped by for a meal. He took pictures and visited with local residents who were attending the supper. Pictured with Houston is Dave McKee, owner of The Station.

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The Station at Humphreys had a special guest for supper on Saturday, Nov. 15 for their opening deer season fish fry. Well-known fisherman and hunter Jimmy Houston, right, was in the area filming an episode on whitetail deer hunting for his show, “Jimmy Houston Outdoors,” when he stopped by for a meal. He took pictures and visited with local residents who were attending the supper. Pictured with Houston

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Veterans Benefit From Donation

Submitted Photo PAR Broadcasting-KTTN-KGOZ has presented a check for $2,712 to help fund local veterans services. The money represents the proceeds from silent and public auctions held during the fourth annual benefit soiree earlier this month in Trenton. Local sponsors, business and individuals donated items that were sold during the dinner and auction. Pictured are, from left, Travis Clark of Clark’s Furniture in Chillicothe, who was the corporate sponsor; Jeannette McBee of PAR Broadcasting; Veterans Service Representative Wayne Kleinschmidt; and John Anthony of PAR Broadcasting.

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PAR Broadcasting-KTTN-KGOZ has presented a check for $2,712 to help fund local veterans services. The money represents the proceeds from silent and public auctions held during the fourth annual benefit soiree earlier this month in Trenton. Local sponsors, business and individuals donated items that were sold during the dinner and auction. Pictured are, from left, Travis Clark of Clark’s Furniture in Chillicothe, who was the corporate sponsor; Jeannette

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WMH Employee Of The Month

Submitted Photo Terry Waddell, a registered nurse II in Emergency Services at Wright Memorial Hospital, center, was honored as the hospital's Employee of the Quarter for fourth quarter 2014. Barbara Ball, chief nursing officer, at right, presented the award to Waddell at a ceremony held in his honor. The Employee of the Quarter Award honors an employee who provides exemplary service, going beyond the call of duty to support fellow employees or to comfort or assist patients and their families. In his nomination form, Waddell's co-workers said, “This employee works hard to provide excellent patient care and he is compassionate to patients. He is highly respected by his peers and is an excellent mentor to employees. He represents the hospital well as he strives for excellence in problem solving and patient care.” Waddell is involved in the clinical advancement program and has completed the National Emergency Nurse Certification. He also is currently attending school to complete his bachelor’s degree in nursing. At the hospital, he serves on the patient experience team and Emergency Department committee. In recognition of the award, Waddell received an Employee of the Quarter certificate, the parking space of his choice for three months, his name posted on the Employee of the Quarter wall plaque, and other prizes and recognition. Also pictured is Arlene Ranes, emergency services manager, left.

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Terry Waddell, a registered nurse II in Emergency Services at Wright Memorial Hospital, center, was honored as the hospital’s Employee of the Quarter for fourth quarter 2014. Barbara Ball, chief nursing officer, at right, presented the award to Waddell at a ceremony held in his honor. The Employee of the Quarter Award honors an employee who provides exemplary service, going beyond the call of duty to support fellow

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Laredo Recognizes Students

Submitted Photo The Laredo R-7 School District has selected its November Students of the Month for the character trait, cooperation. Each student received a Laredo Tigers Character Kid t-shirt donated by the Laredo ABC Club and Steve Howe Seed Sales in Wheeling, Pictured are, from left, front row, first grader Brady Moore, kindergartener Howie Donoho; back row, fifth grader Cayden Harris, fourth grader Emma Thompson and eighth grader Caden Ashford.

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The Laredo R-7 School District has selected its November Students of the Month for the character trait, cooperation. Each student received a Laredo Tigers Character Kid t-shirt donated by the Laredo ABC Club and Steve Howe Seed Sales in Wheeling, Pictured are, from left, front row, first grader Brady Moore, kindergartener Howie Donoho; back row, fifth grader Cayden Harris, fourth grader Emma Thompson and eighth grader Caden Ashford.

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NWTF Donates Turkeys

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College The Green Hills Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation donated six cases of turkeys to Coon Creek Baptist Church of rural Edinburg for their annual Thanksgiving Meal Ministry. Spokesperson for the group, Ida Little, said volunteers will deliver meals to about 500 elderly shut-ins on Thanksgiving day and serve about the same number of meals locally at the church. Pictured from left are NWTF volunteer Scott Roy, Mrs. Little and NWTF volunteer Jeremy Chambers.

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The Green Hills Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation donated six cases of turkeys to Coon Creek Baptist Church of rural Edinburg for their annual Thanksgiving Meal Ministry. Spokesperson for the group, Ida Little, said volunteers will deliver meals to about 500 elderly shut-ins on Thanksgiving day and serve about the same number of meals locally at the church. Pictured from left

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Sunnyview Foundation Board

Submitted Photo The Sunnyview Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors recently elected officers for the coming year. They include, from left, front row, Marilyn Davidson, president; Marjorie Keuhn, secretary; Joann Trump, treasurer; back row, Debbie Carman, assistant treasurer; Jackie Soptic, assistant secretary; Twylah Whitney, vice president; and Virginia Brassfield Briegel, board member. Mrs. Whitney is the newest member of the board. A resident of Trenton, she is self-employed and has previously volunteered with the RSVP and Church Women United.

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The Sunnyview Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors recently elected officers for the coming year. They include, from left, front row, Marilyn Davidson, president; Marjorie Keuhn, secretary; Joann Trump, treasurer; back row, Debbie Carman, assistant treasurer; Jackie Soptic, assistant secretary; Twylah Whitney, vice president; and Virginia Brassfield Briegel, board member. Mrs. Whitney is the newest member of the board. A resident of Trenton, she is self-employed and has previously

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Area Businesses Closing For Thanksgiving Holiday

Several offices and businesses have announced their plans to close on Thursday and/or Friday in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Republican-Times newspaper office will be closed on Thursday, but will be open a portion of the day on Friday. However, no newspaper will published on either day.
Closed on Thursday and Friday will be the Trenton City Hall/Trenton Municipal Utilities, the Grundy County Courthouse, Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce/License

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Daily Record 11-24-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace

J.M. Rental LLC vs. Christine M. Proctor, Tina Proctor and David Proctor. The case involved a landlord complaint and the court found in favor of defendant Christine Proctor, who was found to not have been a tenant. The court ruled in favor of the plaintiff against Tina Proctor, awarding $1,200 in rent and $20,000 in damages. Defendant David Proctor was not addressed in

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