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THS Students Of The Month For March

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton High School has recognized its March Students of the Month for the character trait “fairness.” They include, from left, freshmen Sarah Walker and Aiden Clark, sophomores Whitney Blackburn and John Kelsall, juniors Roya Cox and Trey Shaw and seniors Breilly Roy and Russell Morris.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton High School has recognized its March Students of the Month for the character trait “fairness.” They include, from left, freshmen Sarah Walker and Aiden Clark, sophomores Whitney Blackburn and John Kelsall, juniors Roya Cox and Trey Shaw and seniors Breilly Roy and Russell Morris.

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Laredo Alumni Banquet Set

The annual Laredo School Alumni Banquet will be held on Saturday, May 10 in the school gym.
Doors will open at 5 p.m. for hospitality and visiting with the meal and meeting beginning at 7 p.m. The theme of this year’s banquet is “One Room Schools – Share Your Memories.” All alumni, former students, teachers, and their guests are invited to attend.
For reservations, persons can contact Kathy Waits at

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Good Friday Closings

Several businesses have announced plans to close on Friday in observance of Good Friday.
The list includes Trenton City Hall/Trenton Municipal Utilities, Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce/License Bureau, Green Hills Community Action Agency, KCP&L, Grundy Electric Cooperative/Grundy and Livingston County Public Water District offices and Farmers Mutual Insurance/Robbins and Black Agency.
There will also be no classes on Friday in the Trenton R-9, Pleasant View R-6, Grundy R-5 and Laredo

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TMS Gifted Students Plan Program

Fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade gifted classes at Trenton Middle School will present an “A-MAZE-ing Kaleidoscope” evening on Thursday in the TMS/THS Media Center.
Projects done by the students of Mrs. Barb Cox during the semester will be presented from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend.

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Dr. Bowe Joining WMH Staff

Dr. Jennifer Bowe

Dr. Jennifer Bowe

Trenton-area family practice physician Jennifer A. Bowe, M.D., will join Wright Memorial Hospital on June 1.
While Dr. Bowe and her staff will maintain their current office space at Green Hills Medical Clinic, the main difference for patients will be that business administration services, including billing, will be provided by Wright Memorial Hospital.
“I’m excited that my staff and I are joining our hometown hospital,” Dr. Bowe

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Great Northwest Day at Capitol Draws Over 200

Photo Courtesy of Great Northwest Day Over 200 persons from northwest Missouri took part in the 12th annual Great Northwest Day at the Capitol activities on April 7-8.

Photo Courtesy of Great Northwest Day
Over 200 persons from northwest Missouri took part in the 12th annual Great Northwest Day at the Capitol activities on April 7-8.

With the cooperation that makes the northwest corner of Missouri so successful, Great Northwest Day at the Capitol 2014 drew more than 200 area constituents together to showcase their region in Jefferson City on April 7-8.
Seventeen counties, multiple communities and representatives

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R-5 FFA Member Chosen For Ag Academy

Emily Milazzo of Galt is one of 30 high school sophomores recently selected to participate in the Missouri Department of Agriculture’s Missouri Agribusiness Academy.
Miss Milazzo and the other students selected will spend the first week of June in northwestern Missouri learning about many of the unique opportunities available in agriculture. She is a sophomore at Grundy R-5 High School and she is an active member of the local FFA

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Tri-County, Newtown School Boards Meet

The Tri-County and Newtown-Harris boards of education met Monday evening, electing officers and taking care of personnel matters.
Tri-County
According to information provided by Superintendent David Probasco, Tri-County board members Megan DeWitt, Aaron Lewis and Jeremy Turner received the oath of office, with officers also elected. They include Greg Landes, president; JC Hobbs, vice president; Mrs. DeWitt, secretary; and Heath Cook, treasurer.
After hearing a report from the salary committee

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Commission Accepts Fuel, Tube Bids

The Grundy County Commission accepted fuel and tube bids during the morning portion of its meeting on Tuesday.
According to Grundy County Clerk Betty Spickard, the commission accepted a fuel bid from Landes Oil at a price of 5 cents off the pump price. It was the lowest of three bids submitted, with MFA and Shell both submitting bids of 3 cents off the pump price. The bid for metal

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