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Blue Jays Just Miss Upset Of Two Seed

The third-seeded Trenton Blue Jays AAA American Legion baseball team just missed a small upset, falling 5-4 to second seeded Moberly in the opening round of the district tournament on Monday.
Trenton was able to grab the lead in the early stages of the game, plating a run in the top of the first inning. Moberly would tie the game in their first at bat, however, but the Blue Jays

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First Responder Slowpitch Softball Tournament

7-15 SoftballSubmitted Photo
The First Responder Slowpitch Softball Tournament was held in Trenton on Saturday, sponsored by the Trenton Fire Department. The tournament raised $1,200 for the Children’s Advocacy Center and Backpack Buddies Program. The BAMF Team, at left, took first place at the tournament with Kendell’s Team placing second and the Trenton Fire Department Team finishing third.

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TMS Football Camp

The Trenton Middle School Football Camp will be held on Thursday and Friday of this week. The camp is for students entering grades five to eight this fall and will meet from 6 to 8 o’clock both nights. The camp will be held on the TMS practice field north of the school.
Seventh and eighth graders who have not attended summer weight sessions will need to arrive at 5:30 on

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WMH Wins Challenge To Assessment

The Missouri State Tax Commission has ruled in favor of Wright Memorial Hospital in a case involving the 2012 appraisal value and assessment for the hospital’s physician’s clinic.
The commission set the appraised valuation of the physician’s clinic at $1,160,000 which is about one-third of what the county had set it, which was $3.11 million. The Grundy County Board of Equalization, which heard the case when the hospital first appealed

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Field Reviews Are Under Way

The Grundy County Assessor’s Office is scheduled to be in Trenton and Wilson townships in the coming weeks, conducting field reviews.
Grundy County Assessor Kathy Veatch said the field reviews are required of all parcels every two years. Anyone with questions may contact the assessor’s office at 359-4040, ext. 2.

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Laredo Board Combines Grade Levels

The Laredo R-7 Board of Education voted to combine two class levels and set the date for its tax hearing during a meeting held Monday.
According to Superintendent Phil Fox, the board voted, following an executive session to discuss personnel, to combine the first and second grades for the 2014-2015 school year and to hire a full-time paraprofessional for that classroom.
Board members also approved the student and faculty handbooks

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Daily Record 7-15-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace
Devin E. Persell vs. Saint Luke’s Hospital of Trenton d/b/a Wright Memorial Hospital. The case, which involved personal injury-malpractice, was dismissed.
Ronald Hines, 28, Warsaw, had a charge of non-support dismissed.
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
Larry J. Johnson, 35, Gallatin, had a charge of assault dismissed.
Gregory A. Papps, 46, Princeton, pleaded guilty to not wearing a seat belt and was

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Cameron Man Held On Cash Bond

Cash bond was set for a Cameron man who was arrested in Daviess County for failing to appear in Grundy County Court.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, Joshua B. Detherage, 20, failed to appear in court on an original charge of driving while revoked or suspended. Bond was set at $400 cash-only and he is scheduled to appear in court July 22.

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Daily Record 7-15-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace
Devin E. Persell vs. Saint Luke’s Hospital of Trenton d/b/a Wright Memorial Hospital. The case, which involved personal injury-malpractice, was dismissed.
Ronald Hines, 28, Warsaw, had a charge of non-support dismissed.
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
Larry J. Johnson, 35, Gallatin, had a charge of assault dismissed.
Gregory A. Papps, 46, Princeton, pleaded guilty to not wearing a seat belt and was

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