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Witten Family Gives Back To Community Through WMH Donation

Dr. David Witten

Dr. David Witten

Acquiring a new ultrasound machine for Wright Memorial Hospital has received a big boost with the announcement of a generous gift with lots of local history.
The “Equipped for the Future Campaign,” currently under way by the Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation, received a gift from the family of the late Dr. David Witten, bringing the reality of the new machine a bit closer.
Recognizing the importance of

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A-Plus Full Funding For Spring Semester At NCMC

In spite of earlier projections of a shortfall in A-Plus funding for the spring 2015 term, the state of Missouri has now announced that funding is available to cover all A-Plus credit hour costs (tuition and fees) for eligible students.
Last fall, the Missouri Department of Higher Education communicated that postsecondary students who qualify for the A-Plus scholarship program should be prepared to pay for, at most, four credit hours

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FFA Teams Do Well In Competition

Four area FFA teams finished in the top 10 during the Northwest District FFA Knowledge competition on Tuesday.
Princeton took top honors and had the number one individual judge while Trenton was second, Jamesport was fourth and Grundy R-5 placed seventh. Another area FFA team, Gilman City, was 18th.
Princeton was led by Lauren Cox, who was the top overall judge. Kaycee Kile and Clayton Sweeten finished tied for fifth

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National Legion Commander In Trenton

Michael Helm

Michael Helm

The National Commander of the American Legion will be in Trenton on Saturday, April 4 as part of a three-day stop in Missouri.
Michael D. Helm of Norcatur, KS, will be the guest of honor at a noon luncheon scheduled at the National Guard Armory and hosted by the Major Dale Stepp American Legion Post No. 31 of Trenton. All local and area American Legion members are encouraged

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Foundation Honors Employee Of Month

Elaine Hanes has been selected as the Employee of the Month at the Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments. Ms. Hanes, pictured at left, is a certified nurse’s aide. She received a $25 check from the the Sunnyview Foundation Board and will have use of the Employee of the Month parking spot for one month. Pictured with Ms. Hanes is foundation board member Barb Cox. During a meeting on Tuesday, March 17, the foundation board approved paying for advertising to promote a five cent increase in the tax levy for the nursing home. Plans were made to add engraved plates to the memorial tree to honor those who crafted the tree, paid for the tree to be made and to recognize donations made to the foundation. The funds are being used to make improvements for Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments. The next fund-raising effort will be selling baskets at the nursing home on May 8, the day of the Mother’s Day luncheon. Virginia Briegel is in charge of soliciting merchant donations to be used in the baskets. The next meeting will be at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 21.

Elaine Hanes has been selected as the Employee of the Month at the Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments. Ms. Hanes, pictured at left, is a certified nurse’s aide. She received a $25 check from the the Sunnyview Foundation Board and will have use of the Employee of the Month parking spot for one month. Pictured with Ms. Hanes is foundation board member Barb Cox.
During a meeting on Tuesday, March

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NCMC Honors Top Academic Student

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College Samantha Shaw of Trenton, a sophomore at North Central Missouri College, has been chosen as this year’s Academic Excellence Award Winner  Her name will be engraved on a plaque on permanent display on the first floor of Geyer Hall on the NCMC campus. Ms. Shaw will graduate from NCMC in May with an associate in arts degree, then transfer to Northwest Missouri State University to pursue a math degree. The Academic Excellence Award winner is chosen annually by a faculty committee that selects one student who excels in academics, service and involvement. The honoree must maintain a GPA of at least 3.5, be recognized and recommended by an NCMC faculty member and participate in public service. Pictured are, from left, Amy Guthrie, English faculty; Ms. Shaw; Lola Swint, math faculty; and Linda Cowling, English faculty.

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College
Samantha Shaw of Trenton, a sophomore at North Central Missouri College, has been chosen as this year’s Academic Excellence Award Winner Her name will be engraved on a plaque on permanent display on the first floor of Geyer Hall on the NCMC campus. Ms. Shaw will graduate from NCMC in May with an associate in arts degree, then transfer to Northwest Missouri State

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Perfect Attendance Students Recognized

There were 17 students with perfect attendance for the third quarter at Grundy R-5 Junior/Senior High School.
They included Sean Babbitt, Ellen Baxter, Kendra Betz, Taylor Brunelle, Chris Burkin, Kyra Burns, Darby Golden, Andrew Hudson, Brady Huffman, Maddie Littleton, Dorothy Mathews, Emily Moore, Mckenna Owens, Carter Searcy, Jonathon Stimpson, Emily Torrey and Avery Webb.

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Grundy R-5 Announces Honor Roll

The third quarter honor roll at Grundy R-5 Junior/Senior High School has been announced.
Named to the A honor roll were Mason Alley, Jaimee Groom, Emily Kenley, Mckenna Owens, Megan Saul, Skyla Southwick and Emily Torrey, seniors; Luis Barriga, Isaac Chamberlain, Brady Huffman, Jearl Ji, Haley Johnson, Emily Milazzo, Emily Moore and Mason Radcliff, juniors; Matana Munday, sophomore; Makenzy Lawyer, Zoe Littleton and Madyson Williams, freshmen; Emma Baxter, Wayne Baxter,

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NCMC Trip Discount Being Offered

A discount is being offered through March 31 for persons signing up for North Central Missouri College’s group trip to Europe in May 2016.
EF Study Tours, the professional tour group organizing the trip, will give a $150 discount in the total trip price when certain conditions are met. An additional benefit for this early enrollment is a “locking-in” of the trip price.
An open meeting has been set for

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