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Four Injured In Area Accident

Four Princeton residents received injuries in a one-vehicle accident on Wednesday morning on Highway 136, nine miles east of Bethany.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol said that the driver of the vehicle, Ciara Grams, 22, received serious injuries along with a passenger, Jenny Miller, 37. Both women were taken to the Harrison County Community Hospital at Bethany, then later transported by helicopter to Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City. Keith

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Eula Roach

Former Galt resident Eula Roach died at 3:41 a.m. today (Thursday, July 17, 2014) at the Sullivan County Memorial Hospital in Milan,.
Funeral services are pending with the Payne Funeral Home of Galt.
Surviving relatives include her three daughters, Nancy Emberton and her husband, Charles of Milan and Patty Roach and Deon Dunkin, both of Kansas City.

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Stanley V. Hurst

Funeral services for Stanley V. Hurst will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 18, 2014 at the Lindley Funeral Home in Chillicothe. Burial will be in the Resthaven Memorial Gardens at Chillicothe.
There is no scheduled family visitation. General visitation will be from noon to 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 17, 2014 at the funeral home.
Mr. Hurst, a 93-year-old resident of Missouri Veterans Home at Cameron, died

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Blue Jays Still Alive In District Tourney

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Blue Jays’ first baseman Tanner Hudson singles during the second inning of Trenton’s 17-3 district win over Brookfield. Hudson had three hits in the game.

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Blue Jays’ first baseman Tanner Hudson singles during the second inning of Trenton’s 17-3 district win over Brookfield. Hudson had three hits in the game.

The Trenton Blue Jays AAA American Legion baseball team isn’t quite done playing yet. After a first-round loss in the district tournament, Trenton bounced back on Tuesday night with a 17-3 slugging of Brookfield at Burleigh Grimes Field in Trenton.
The win,

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Pauley Selected For Hershey Games

Cadence Pauley

Cadence Pauley

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Ten-year-old Cadence Pauley of Trenton has been selected to compete in the Hershey’s Track & Field Games North American Final on Aug. 2 in Hershey, PA. Pauley will compete in the softball throw event and placed first in that event at the Stoke Stadium Meet in Kirksville and the state meet in Jefferson City. She attends the Milan C-2 School and is the daughter of Ashley

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FFA Takes Part In Sports Day Event

Submitted Photo The annual Area II FFA Sports Day was held on Monday, June 30 in Polo. Chapters in the area came together to play slow pitch softball on a great sunny day. A single-elimination bracket fulled the day with fun and doing your best to make it to the championship game. In the end, members from the Trenton FFA Chapter had a blast playing softball with some of their friends from other chapters. Pictured are, from left, front row, Huston Sprinkle, Logan Demsich, Jeramiah Chipps, Wynne DeVorss, Ryan Stimpson, Tanner Ceplecha; back row, Sarah Walker, Emily Lynch, Lucas Clark, Mason Owen, Jenna Meservey, Becca Tate and Adam Kirby (submitted by chapter reporter Jenna Meservey).

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The annual Area II FFA Sports Day was held on Monday, June 30 in Polo. Chapters in the area came together to play slow pitch softball on a great sunny day. A single-elimination bracket fulled the day with fun and doing your best to make it to the championship game. In the end, members from the Trenton FFA Chapter had a blast playing softball with some of their

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July Beautification Award

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold The Grand River Garden Club Beautification Award for July has been presented to Shippen Automotive at 1008 Oklahoma Ave.

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The Grand River Garden Club Beautification Award for July has been presented to Shippen Automotive at 1008 Oklahoma Ave.

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Yard Of The Month

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold The Grand River Garden Club Yard of the Month for July has been presented to Roy and Doretta Carmack at 909 Lake Manor Drive.

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The Grand River Garden Club Yard of the Month for July has been presented to Roy and Doretta Carmack at 909 Lake Manor Drive.

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Phase One Of Walking Trail Complete

Photo Courtesy of WMH Foundation Director Matt Osterthun The Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced the completion of phase one of the walking trail & memorial garden project. Joe DeVorss Construction made its last pour Tuesday morning that brought the half-mile concrete-based trail full circle. Phase two of the project remains to be completed which includes construction of three sitting areas, installation of lights and landscaping along the trail. “It’s a great day for the employees of Wright Memorial Hospital and the community of Trenton,” said Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation Development Officer Matt Osterthun. “Phase one of the project was quite the journey to complete; now it’s time to beautify the trail and get it ready for a dedication ceremony.”A dedication ceremony date is yet to be determined. The trail is still not ready for public use due to signage warning patrons of the helipad yet to be installed. The Foundation will notify the public when the trail is ready.“Phase two is crucial for the overall aesthetics of the project,” said Osterthun. “Making the trail attractive and more importantly safe are high priorities when providing it for public use.”

Photo Courtesy of WMH Foundation Director Matt Osterthun
The Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced the completion of phase one of the walking trail & memorial garden project. Joe DeVorss Construction made its last pour Tuesday morning that brought the half-mile concrete-based trail full circle. Phase two of the project remains to be completed which includes construction of three sitting areas, installation of lights and landscaping along the trail. “It’s

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