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Meet The Candidate Night Held

R-T Photo/Steve Maxey Max Oyler, left, and David Meservey served as moderators for the Grundy County Farm Bureau Meet the Candidate Night activities on Monday at the Lakeview Restaurant. Candidates for Grundy County offices as well as for Seventh District State Representative spoke to the group.

R-T Photo/Steve Maxey
Max Oyler, left, and David Meservey served as moderators for the Grundy County Farm Bureau Meet the Candidate Night activities on Monday at the Lakeview Restaurant. Candidates for Grundy County offices as well as for Seventh District State Representative spoke to the group.

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Becky Stanturf Is Candidate For Circuit Clerk’s Position

Becky Stanturf

Becky Stanturf

Editor’s Note: There is one contested county race in the Tuesday, Aug. 5 Primary Election – that of Circuit Clerk and Ex-Officio Recorder. The Republican-Times asked those candidates – Tammy Hanes and Becky Stanturf – to provide information about themselves and their candidacy. Below are the answers provided by the two, both of whom are candidates on the Republican ballot.
Becky Stanturf
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Tammy Hanes Seeks Circuit Clerk Position

Tammy Hanes

Tammy Hanes

Editor’s Note: There is one contested county race in the Tuesday, Aug. 5 Primary Election – that of Circuit Clerk and Ex-Officio Recorder. The Republican-Times asked those candidates – Tammy Hanes and Becky Stanturf – to provide information about themselves and their candidacy. Below are the answers provided by the two, both of whom are candidates on the Republican ballot.
Tammy Hanes
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Council OKs Ordinance Change To Allow Alcohol Sales At Fair

On a 5-3 vote, the Trenton City Council has approved an amendment to the city’s open container ordinance, allowing alcoholic beverages to be served in the grandstand area during the North Central Missouri Fair.
During Monday night’s council meeting, members held a brief discussion concerning the change, which specifies sales and consumption only during the fair as well as the sales and consumption taking place in a fenced in area

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Building Board Takes Action On Properties

The Trenton Building and Nuisance Board met on Monday night, taking action on several properties.
Following a public hearing, the board voted to declare a public nuisance on properties at 427 W. 13th St., owned by Edward and Penny Jones; 506 Grundy St., owned by James Smith; and 1214 Shanklin Ave., owned by Kenny and Ronda Howard. Declaration of nuisances were approved for properties at 615 W. Fourth St., owned

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Special Pool Hours, Prices

The Trenton Family Aquatic Center has announced special hours and admission prices for this week in conjunction with the North Central Missouri Fair.
The pool will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday through Saturday. Admission prices will be $2.50 for adults, $1 for senior citizens (55 and older) and free for children ages 0 to 23 months.

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Chillicothe Fine Arts Tickets For Sale

Season tickets are on sale for the Chillicothe Area Arts Council’s 2014-15 season and can be purchased by contacting the arts office at 660-646-1173 or by stopping by the Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce, 514 Washington Street.
The 2014-15 season runs from September to May and includes Jim Widner’s Big Band, an 18-piece orchestra; the musical “Cotton Patch Gospel” presented by the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre; the Chillicothe Area Community

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NCM Fair 4-H Achievement Day

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig  Area 4-H members were first on the scene of the North Central Missouri Fairgrounds Monday morning, participating in the 2014 Achievement Day judging. Above, Robert Urich, a member of the Busy Bees 4-H Club at Laredo, discusses his planter bench with judge Linda Baugher. Robert earned five blue ribbons on the day and will be sending his planter box to the state fair.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
Area 4-H members were first on the scene of the North Central Missouri Fairgrounds Monday morning, participating in the 2014 Achievement Day judging. Above, Robert Urich, a member of the Busy Bees 4-H Club at Laredo, discusses his planter bench with judge Linda Baugher. Robert earned five blue ribbons on the day and will be sending his planter box to the state fair.

Grundy County 4-H members

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Daily Record 7-28-14

CIRCUIT COURT
MARRIAGE LICENSE
Guy William Black and Hilary Ann Holeman, both of Jefferson City.
Abram Chester Bowerman, Spickard, and Christian Fay Graybill, Trenton

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