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Miss Missouri To Be In Parade

Jessica Hartman

Jessica Hartman

The reigning Miss Missouri, Jessica Hartman of St. Charles, will be among the special celebrities participating in Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival parade.
A graduate of Lindenwood University School of Journalism, Miss Hartman captured the Miss Missouri title last summer in Mexico, MO. Currently in pursuit of her master’s degree in Communication, Miss Hartman is also a graduate assistant in Lindenwood’s LUTV studio. Following her year of service as

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Parade Entries Still Sought

Entries for the 30th annual Missouri Day Festival parade continue to be received and the sponsoring Trenton Rotary Club is encouraging participants to pre-register for the Oct. 18 parade.
“Celebrating 30 years…Remembering the 80’s” is the theme as the festival is honored for 30 years in the Trenton community.
For the first time, entries are being taken online on a newly-created web page, missouridayparade.com. Persons are asked to complete the

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DAWGS Do Well

Submitted Photo The DAWGS traveled to Jefferson City on Thursday, Oct. 2 to attend the Special Olympics State Fall Games. The athletes competed in bocce ball on Friday and softball on Saturday and Sunday. The DAWGS received Gold Medals in t-ball and are now undefeated in for two consecutive years. The team is coached by Jim Rash and Leonard Brill.  Members attending were, from left, front row, Hannah Bruse, Kurtis Brewer, Pierce Rash, Miranda Dobbins, Danny Lambert; back row, Jim Rash, Sierra Bruse, Melissa Rowlette, Jeffrey Jackson, Jessica Hazen, Mary Brill, Leonard Brill and James Ross.

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The DAWGS traveled to Jefferson City on Thursday, Oct. 2 to attend the Special Olympics State Fall Games. The athletes competed in bocce ball on Friday and softball on Saturday and Sunday. The DAWGS received Gold Medals in t-ball and are now undefeated in for two consecutive years. The team is coached by Jim Rash and Leonard Brill. Members attending were, from left, front row, Hannah Bruse, Kurtis

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Nominations Sought For Veterans Award

Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder is seeking nominations for the 2014 Lieutenant Governor’s Veterans Service Award, created to recognize Missouri veterans who provide volunteer service to their communities.
The deadline to submit nominations is Oct. 31. Each nominee will receive a certificate of recognition, which will note the nominating person or agency.
Winners, selected from across the state, will be announced on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. They will be presented

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Princeton Chamber Of Commerce Meets

Princeton Chamber of Commerce met on Thursday, Oct. 9 at Pearl’s II Eden for Elders.
Greg Goodknight spoke about the street tax that will be on the November ballot. It would be a one-half percent sales tax and all monies received will go toward street maintenance on city streets. Currently there is no tax for city streets and money is needed not only for repair but also for supplies of

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Greenhand Initiation Is Wednesday

Trenton FFA students enrolled in the Ag Science I classes will take part in Greenhand Initiation ceremonies on Wednesday in Gallatin.
Members are to be at the vo-ag building no later than 4:45 p.m., when the bus leaves. Members will need to be dressed in black slacks/shirt, white button up shirt, black socks/hose, black shoes and their FFA jacket. Parents are welcomed to attend the ceremony, which gets under way

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Area Road Work Planned

Missouri Department of Transportation crews will be busy this week with road projects in Grundy and Mercer counties.
In Grundy County, shoulder work will take place on Highway 65 from Route O to North Quail Lane on Wednesday through Friday. There will also be mowing on various routes those same days.
In Mercer County, mowing and shoulder work will take place on Highways 136 and 65 on Wednesday through Friday.

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Steven Joe Michael

Steven Joe Michael, a 64-year-old resident of Burlington VT, died on Monday, Oct. 6, 2014 at his home.
Funeral services were at 11 a.m. today (Monday, Oct. 13, 2014) at the Greenlee-Middleton Funeral Chapel in Princeton with Pastor Gary Watkins officiating. Burial was in the Maple Grove Cemetery in Trenton.
Mr. Michael was born on Sept. 28, 1950 in Columbia, the son of Joe Loren and Mildred JoAnn Spinner Michael.

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Arthur Hand

Arthur Hand, a 79-year-old resident of Humphreys, died at 6:05 p.m. on Sunday. Oct. 12, 2014 at his residence in Humphreys.
Services are pending under the direction of Payne Funeral Home at Galt.
Surviving relatives include his children, Desiree Hand of Humphreys, Devon Hand of Chillicothe, Michael Hand of Yorkville, IL, Brian Hand of Morris, IL, Stacy Newell of Kirksville and Kim Hand of Coraville, IA.

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