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Bear Cub Scouts Fundraiser

The Bear Cub Scouts from Trenton Pack 23 will be having a bake sale this Saturday as a fundraiser for a local project.
As part of their Fellowship and Duty to God service project, the eight-year-old scout members decided to donate the money for the bake sale to assist the Trenton Kiwanis Club with its Christmas toy project. The bake sale will be held at ShopKo, beginning at 8 a.m.

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Crowley Wins Power Points

Jeff Crowley of Trenton was the local winner of the weekly Power Points contest, collecting all 136 points. Ron Herrin of Trenton also had 136 points, but Crowley claimed the $30 local prize with a closer guess on the first tiebreaker – points in the Chiefs’ game.
On the national level, Donna Snider of Council Grove, KS, topped 13 perfect scores nationally, missing the total points in the Chiefs’ game

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CERT Meeting Set For Saturday

The Grundy County Emergency Management will be hosting a community emergency response team meeting on Saturday.
The meeting will be from 8 a.m. to noon at the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission office in Trenton. The meeting is for all current CERT members and anyone interested in learning more about or joining the team.

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Legislative Forum Is Friday

North Central Missouri College will host a Legislative Forum in Cross Hall on Friday.
There will be a “meet and greet” from 10:30 to 11 a.m., followed by a meeting from 11 a.m. to noon. Each elected official will have the opportunity to present the key items on their respective agendas for the upcoming term.
Invitations have been sent to legislators that serve NCMC’s 16-country region as well as state

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Farmers Mutual Insurance Company, CFM Merge

On Nov. 17, CFM Insurance, Inc., a Mutual Insurance Company, held a special joint meeting at the home office for policyholders of Farmers Mutual Insurance Company for Grundy County and CFM to approve the plan of merger presented by the boards of directors from both companies.
A unanimous vote finalized the affiliation between the two companies over the last two years. Pending formal approval by Director John Huff with the

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White Joins Clinic

Tucker Chiropractic Center in Jamesport has added Dr. Hunter White to the practice.
Dr. White is a graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College and an alum of Mid-Buchanan High School in Faucett. Having grown up in a family with a nurse practitioner mother and a sister who is a family practice doctor, Dr. White has a well-rounded, holistic and realistic outlook on health care. Dr. White and his wife, Rachel, a

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Sunnyview Employee of the Month

Submitted Photo Peggy Christensen, left, has been named the December Employee of the Month at Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments. She was selected for the honor by the Sunnyview Foundation Inc. from among resident and family nominations. Ms. Christensen has been an employee with Sunnyview since 2009 and works with housekeeping. She receives an employee of the month parking spot and a $25 check from the foundation, which was presented by foundation secretary Marjorie Keuhn, right. The foundation continues to raise funds for additional landscaping. The foundation is currently working on their annual Christmas tree lighting. They are selling Christmas lights and bulbs in memory of or in honor of a loved one.  The lights will be used to decorate a Christmas tree at the front entrance of the nursing home and will be lit in a ceremony the evening of the apartments’ Christmas dinner on Dec. 10. Lights and bulbs are available for sale to the public as well and can be purchased during business hours at the nursing home. The foundation will next meet at 5 p.m. on Dec. 8 in the nursing home’s conference room.

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Peggy Christensen, left, has been named the December Employee of the Month at Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments. She was selected for the honor by the Sunnyview Foundation Inc. from among resident and family nominations. Ms. Christensen has been an employee with Sunnyview since 2009 and works with housekeeping. She receives an employee of the month parking spot and a $25 check from the foundation, which was presented

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Hal Courter

Harold “Hal” Courter, a 76-year-old Trenton resident died at 8 a.m. on Tuesday Nov. 29, 2016 at his home.
His body is to be cremated under the direction of Whitaker-Eads Funeral Home of Trenton. A private celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Mr. Courter was born on Jan. 27, 1940 in Harrison County, the son of Nova Heslep and Jennie Dean Morris Courter. He graduated from

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Daily Record 12-1-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
Associate Civil

Wakefield and Associates, Inc. vs. Brandy Knapp. The court entered a default judgment in favor of the plaintiff in the amount of $4,024.79. The case involved a suit on account.
Saint Luke’s Health System vs. Brenda and Eric Warner. The court entered a consent judgment in favor of the plaintiff in the amount of $4,634.51.
Morse and Sons Properties vs.

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