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Board Of Equalization Dates Set

The Grundy County Commission will open Board of Equalization meetings on Monday, July 18.
Those wishing to meet with the board to discuss assessment letters received on assessed valuation should first visit with Grundy County Assessor Kathy Veatch’s office to discuss the valuation issue or call 359-4040, ext. 2. If not satisfied with the results of that meeting, persons are then asked to contact Grundy County Clerk Betty Spickard’s office

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Daily Record 6-21-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace

Patrick S. Michael and Heather Gayl Michael vs. Dean Durbin d/b/a Northwest Pump. The case, which involved personal injury, was dismissed.
MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION
Petition Filed

Jacob A. Appleman vs. Aubrey M. Appleman.
REAL ESTATE
Carmen Denise Persell to Anthony A. Moffett.

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Warrensburg Man Charged In 2015 Cases

A Warrensburg man is being returned to Grundy County to face several charges in connection with burglaries at two Trenton businesses in 2015.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, Mark A. Lockhart, 26, is being held on $25,000 cash-only bond after his arrest on Monday. He is charged with two class C felony counts of second degree burglary, a class C felony count of tampering with a motor vehicle

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Emergency Services Log Report 6-21-16

Trenton Fire Department
June 20: firefighters conducted fireworks dealer inspections at Dunkin Fireworks and Hale Fireworks.

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One Charged With DWI, Another With Drug Possession

Two persons were arrested over the weekend, including a Trenton woman who is facing two felony drug charges.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 33-year-old Cassie Leeper is charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana. The charges are both class C felonies and were filed after she was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and Oxycodone, both schedule

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Emergency Services Log Report 6-20-16

Trenton Police Department
June 10: officers investigated animal theft at a north residence and a report of interference with custody in the downtown area. A theft was reported at a north residence and littering was investigated at a south residence. Officers responded to a domestic dispute at a north residence and made an arrest on a warrant in the downtown area.
June 11: officers responded to a suicide threat in

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Daily Record 6-20-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace

Destiny R. Trimble vs. George L. Garcia, Gary Jordan, Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation and Leslie Reed. The case, which involved personal injury-malpractice, was dismissed.
REAL ESTATE
Jerald Allen Marshall and others to Darcy A. Dietrich.

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R-6 Board OKs Lunch Price Increase

The Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education met on Thursday night, approving increases in meal prices as well as the purchase of school equipment.
According to information provided by Superintendent Rebecca Steinhoff, lunch prices will increase by 5 cents next school year, with adult and breakfast prices to remain the same. The rates for 2016-17 will be $1.40 for breakfast, $2.25 for a child’s lunch and $2.60 for an adult

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Heat No Problem As Gooseberry Festival Rolls On

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig Disc golf made its debut as a competition sport in the Gooseberry Festival on Saturday morning as 23 individuals took part in the first “Gooseberry Open” at Moberly Park. Among the participants were Trent Crawford, who showed off his throwing skills while Tim Gilham looks on. Additional photos from this year’s festival appear on page 4 of today’s Republican-Times.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
Disc golf made its debut as a competition sport in the Gooseberry Festival on Saturday morning as 23 individuals took part in the first “Gooseberry Open” at Moberly Park. Among the participants were Trent Crawford, who showed off his throwing skills while Tim Gilham looks on. Additional photos from this year’s festival appear on page 4 of today’s Republican-Times.

The hot temperatures failed didn’t deter members of

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