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Farm Bureau Presents Grants

During Thursday night's Grundy County Farm Bureau annual meeting, President David Meservey presented grants to Trenton Middle School FACS instructor Suzi Beck, center, and Grundy R-5 FFA advisor Rebecca Steinhoff, right. The money will be used for meats projects planned by both groups.

During Thursday night’s Grundy County Farm Bureau annual meeting, President David Meservey presented grants to Trenton Middle School FACS instructor Suzi Beck, center, and Grundy R-5 FFA advisor Rebecca Steinhoff, right. The money will be used for meats projects planned by both groups.

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Century Farm Recipient

Susanne Gilhuly of Spickard, right, was recognized by the Grundy County Farm Bureau and University of Missouri Extension Center with her family farm earning a Century Farm designation. The farm has been in Mrs. Gilhuly's family since 1892. Pictured with Mrs. Gilhuly is Meredith Berry of the University Extension office in Trenton.

Susanne Gilhuly of Spickard was recognized by the Grundy County Farm Bureau and University of Missouri Extension Center with her family farm earning a Century Farm designation. The farm has been in Mrs. Gilhuly’s family since 1892. Pictured with Mrs. Gilhuly is Meredith Berry of the University Extension office in Trenton.

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Local Artists To Display Work

A collection of works by area artists will begin the 2014-2015 exhibition schedule in the Dorris Rider Art Gallery at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. “Local Artists Showcase 7” will open on Monday, Sept. 15 and run through Friday, Oct. 24.
Artists can submit up to two pieces of original art that have not previously been shown in the Rider Gallery. Any media is acceptable, but some pieces may

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Mental Health Board To Meet

The North Central Missouri Mental Health Center Board of Directors will hold its monthly meeting at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the center in Trenton.
Items on the announced agenda include the budget, a monthly budget analysis, a review and approval of the FY2015 strategic plan, goals and objectives, the year-end review for 2014, the executive director’s report and the annual corporate compliance report. An executive session for personnel is

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Health Department Closed

The Grundy County Health Department office will be closed on Monday morning, Aug. 25, so that staff can hold an off-site health fair.
The office will re-open at 1:30 p.m.

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Jury Returns Guilty Verdict In Child Molestation Case

A Grundy County jury found a Trenton man guilty of first degree child molestation on Thursday.
Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney Cristine Stallings said the jury deliberated about an hour before returning the guilty verdict against Robert Johnstone, a 36-year-old man who had been living in Trenton at the time of his arrest in July 2013. The child victim, who was eight at the time of the abuse, took the stand,

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City Council Sets Agenda, Will Approve Levy

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday at city hall, with the meeting to include a public hearing to receive comment on the proposed 2014 tax levy.
Items on the agenda include an ordinance authorizing an agreement between the city and Grundy County that will allow the county to continue collecting the city taxes and an ordinance approving the 2014 tax levy. The city

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Building And Nuisance Board Meeting

The Trenton Building and Nuisance Board will meet at 6 p.m. Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include a public hearing on the declaration of a nuisance at 501 Main St.; declaration of nuisances at 120 Highland St., 905 Rural St., 2701 Lulu St., 1505 Bolser St., 515 E. Ninth Ct., 507 Main St. and 837 W. 13th St.; certificates of the existence of dangerous buildings at

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Daily Record 8-22-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace
Robert L. Johnstone III, 36, Trenton, was found guilty by a jury of first degree child molestation. Sentencing was set for Nov. 10. Linn County Associate Judge Terry A. Tschannen presided over the case on a change of judge.
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
Tom H. Hunter, 47, Laredo, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle on the highway without a valid license

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