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R-5 Teams Close Tourney With Losses

The Grundy R-5 Junior High School basketball teams wrapped up play in the Mercer Tournament on Friday. The Lady Panthers suffered a 43-16 loss to Mercer, while the Grundy boys fell 26-21 to North Harrison.
In girls action, Grundy struggled offensively against a tough Mercer defense. Morgan Axtell would lead the Lady Panthers with six points, while Jandie Peterson and Dorothy Mathews each put up four points.
With the loss,

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Suspicious Fires Reported

Two abandoned houses were destroyed by fire on Saturday, with the cause of the blazes called suspicious in nature.
According to Grundy County Sheriff Rodney Herring, no one had lived in either house and neither one had power running to it. Firefighters with the Spickard Fire Protection District and Grundy County Rural Fire Protection District responded to a fire on Route Y, where a house and outbuilding at the Forest

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R-6 Students of the Month

Submitted Photo The Pleasant View R-6 School has recognized two students as students of the month for October. Tymber Cooksey, left, daughter of Adam and Hilary Cooksey, and Jenna Reeter, daughter of Chad and Jill Reeter, were recognized by the faculty and staff for demonstrating the character education trait of the month, confidence, which is defined as having freedom from doubt and believing in yourself.

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The Pleasant View R-6 School has recognized two students as students of the month for October. Tymber Cooksey, left, daughter of Adam and Hilary Cooksey, and Jenna Reeter, daughter of Chad and Jill Reeter, were recognized by the faculty and staff for demonstrating the character education trait of the month, confidence, which is defined as having freedom from doubt and believing in yourself.

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Two Area Men Are Arrested

A Gilman City man has been arrested for passing bad checks, while a Gallatin man was arrested after failing to appear in court.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 43-year-old Stephen A. Estrada II of Gilman City has posted $1,400 cash bond after being arrested on two misdemeanor charges of passing bad checks. The checks were written in 2013, including one written on Nov. 15 to Midwest Propane and

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Emergency Services Log Report 11-17-14

Trenton Fire Department
Nov. 13: firefighters responded to a smoke investigation at an east business.
Nov. 15: firefighters provided medical assistance at a motor vehicle accident on 28th Street.
Nov. 16: firefighters responded to structure fires at 511 E. Ninth Court and 1502 Nichols St., with no other information available.

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Daily Record 11-17-14

REAL ESTATE
Cooksey Carpentry LLC to Ryan Tipton.
Donald P. Fordyce and wife to Casey Johnson and wife.
Casey Johnson and wife to Grundy Farms LLC.
Clifford R. Carpenter and wife to Samuel R. Lake.

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Rissler Veterans Flag

Submitted Photo As a part of their Veterans Day celebration, S.M. Rissler students and staff created a 'Wall of Honor' that was displayed during their assembly last Tuesday.  Names of family members and close friends who have served or are currently serving were written on stars then assembled to form a beautiful flag.  Standing in front of this flag, watching as children and adults search for the names of loved ones, has been a very humbling experience. Pictured with the flag are members of the Rissler Student Council, who organized Tuesday’s ceremony.

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As a part of their Veterans Day celebration, S. M. Rissler students and staff created a ‘Wall of Honor’ that was displayed during their assembly last Tuesday. Names of family members and close friends who have served or are currently serving were written on stars then assembled to form a beautiful flag. Standing in front of this flag, watching as children and adults search for the names of

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MOPS Group Wraps Gifts

Submitted Photo Around 40 members of MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) packed shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child at their meeting on Thursday night. Natalie Leamer spoke to the group on positive discipline using the Love and Logic model. The next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 11 at the First Assembly of God Church in Trenton.

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Around 40 members of MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) packed shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child at their meeting on Thursday night. Natalie Leamer spoke to the group on positive discipline using the Love and Logic model. The next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 11 at the First Assembly of God Church in Trenton.

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TMS FCCLA Holds Potato Bar

Submitted Photo The Trenton Middle School FCCLA held a potato bar at the Friday evening basketball game between TMS and Princeton. Camryn Willey and Mackenzie Klinginsmith, FCCLA members and coordinators of the event, were very pleased when the group raised $161 for Diabetes Awareness. Fifty large potatoes with the options of butter, sour cream, chili, cheese and bacon bits were sold in two hours.

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The Trenton Middle School FCCLA held a potato bar at the Friday evening basketball game between TMS and Princeton. Camryn Willey and Mackenzie Klinginsmith, FCCLA members and coordinators of the event, were very pleased when the group raised $161 for Diabetes Awareness. Fifty large potatoes with the options of butter, sour cream, chili, cheese and bacon bits were sold in two hours.

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