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Daily Record 9-23-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Pleading guilty to amended charges of operating a motor vehicle with defective equipment and fined $200 and $68.50 costs were Robert C. Bradshaw, Mystic, IA; Alisson K. Labore, Kansas City; and Gage N. Porter, Mercer.
Kelly J. McClure, no address listed, pleaded guilty to failing to register a motor vehicle and was fined $27.50 and $68.50 costs.
Associate Civil
Randy Wolf vs.

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Emergency Services Log Report 9-24-16

Trenton Police Department
Sept. 14: officers investigated a nuisance violation at an east residence.
Sept. 15: a subject was arrested on a warrant for possession of a controlled substance in the west part of town.
Sept. 16: thefts occurred at an unknown location and at an east residence and officers made an arrest on a warrant in the north part of town for driving while suspended.
Sept. 17: an unattended

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Mt. Zion Christian Church Celebrates 100 Years

Submitted Photo A large crowd attended morning services in connection with the 100th anniversary celebration of the Mt. Zion Christian Church, held on Sunday, Sept. 11. An even larger crowd attended the basket dinner that was held following services. Pastor Michael Williams led the afternoon program, which included the singing of hymns and the audience sharing memories of the church.

Submitted Photo
A large crowd attended morning services in connection with the 100th anniversary celebration of the Mt. Zion Christian Church, held on Sunday, Sept. 11. An even larger crowd attended the basket dinner that was held following services. Pastor Michael Williams led the afternoon program, which included the singing of hymns and the audience sharing memories of the church.

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Grape Harvest Under Way

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold It’s harvest time in Grundy County...but in this case it’s a harvest of grapes. Crews have been busy at the Black Silo Winery, east of Trenton, where they are harvesting a variety of grapes to be used in making wine later this year.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
It’s harvest time in Grundy County…but in this case it’s a harvest of grapes. Crews have been busy at the Black Silo Winery, east of Trenton, where they are harvesting a variety of grapes to be used in making wine later this year.

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NCMC Celebrates 90 Years

Photo Courtesy of Phil Schlarb “Celebrating the Treasures of 1925” was a big success, with over 100 persons attending the event on Thursday night at Geyer Hall. A “Great Gatsby” theme was used for activities that included a “tea party,” featuring tables decorated by various groups and organizations, and a book review of “The Great Gatsby,” which was written in 1925, the same year Trenton Junior College (now North Central Missouri College) was founded. Many of the individuals attending also dressed up in 1920’s costumes.

Photo Courtesy of Phil Schlarb
“Celebrating the Treasures of 1925” was a big success, with over 100 persons attending the event on Thursday night at Geyer Hall. A “Great Gatsby” theme was used for activities that included a “tea party,” featuring tables decorated by various groups and organizations, and a book review of “The Great Gatsby,” which was written in 1925, the same year Trenton Junior College (now North Central

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City Council, Building Board Meetings On Monday

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include an ordinance authorizing an agreement with Ameriseal of Ohio, Inc for runway repairs, an ordinance amending an agreement between the city and Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission regarding the amount the state will be paying for the cost of the runway project (90 percent), park board appointments,

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Wright Run Set For Oct. 1

Persons participating in the Wright Run 5K/10K on Saturday, Oct. 1 will be able to pick up their registration packets on Thursday, Sept. 29.
Packet pickup will take place from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Hy-Vee for individuals who have already pre-registered for the race. The event will begin and end on the walking trail of the Wright Memorial Hospital. Proceeds from the event will be used for the purchase

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Thompson Farm Research Helps Farmers With Beef Genetics

by Duane Dailey
Writer
University Extension
“As beef prices drop, improved genetics gain value,” Dave Patterson told Thompson Farm visitors Tuesday, Sept. 20.
The University of Missouri Extension specialist said farmer-owned beef herds gain value using research from the MU farm near Spickard in Grundy County.
“We’re improving value in what is already proven to work,” Patterson said. He and MU graduate students perfected fixed-time artificial insemination at the farm.

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Missouri Day Parade Entries

Entries are still being accepted for the 2016 Missouri Day Parade, which will be held on Saturday, Oct. 15.
Individuals, businesses and organizations wanting to make an entry to the parade can go to the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce website at www.trentonmochamber.com and click on the Missouri Day Festival tab, then go click on the parade information table to fill out an entry form. There are 10 categories for

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