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Art Fest Draws Crowd

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Area residents got a chance to bid on various items donated for auction at the 2014 Art Fest fundraiser for the North 65 Center on Saturday night. Around 100 persons attended the event, which included both a silent and live auction as well as live music and wine tasting. Among the attendees were, from left, Kathy Pooler and Mary Sue and John McCullough.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Area residents got a chance to bid on various items donated for auction at the 2014 Art Fest fundraiser for the North 65 Center on Saturday night. Around 100 persons attended the event, which included both a silent and live auction as well as live music and wine tasting. Among the attendees were, from left, Kathy Pooler and Mary Sue and John McCullough.

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Daily Record 9-15-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
Jarred W. Kelsall, 20, Trenton, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of operating a vehicle on the highway without a valid license and was fined $100 and $116.50 costs.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
Stephen J. Detweiler and Rhoda Schlabach, both of Princeton.
Zachary Joseph Whitney and Courtney Blythe Medlin, both of Galt.
REAL ESTATE
MERS, Inc. to Kerry R. Sampson and wife.
Shaw Cleeton

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Two Arrested Over The Weekend

Two local men were arrested over the weekend, including one who failed to appear in court and one who violated the terms of his probation.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 28-year-old Jacob Smith of Trenton was arrested for failing to appear in court on a charge of failing to display valid plates on a motor vehicle. He has posted $150 cash-only bond and is scheduled to appear in

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Spickard Fall Festival Held Over Week

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey The 2014 Spickard Fall Festival royalty include, from left, Daniel Hernadez, prince; Loren Stubbs, princess; Paige Miller, queen; and Justin Thogmartin, king.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
The 2014 Spickard Fall Festival royalty include, from left, Daniel Hernadez, prince; Loren Stubbs, princess; Paige Miller, queen; and Justin Thogmartin, king.

It was a busy weekend in Spickard as the annual fall festival activities took place on Friday through Sunday.
Friday featured the naming of the 2014 festival royalty. Named as king was Justin Thogmartin while Paige Miller was announced as the queen. The prince and

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Thompson Farm Data A Help To Breeders

by Duane Dailey
Senior Writer
University Extension
Rebuilding the U.S. cow herd numbers takes more than keeping female offspring to breed.
“Managing beef heifers ranks as important as using improved genetics in developing replacements, says David Patterson, University of Missouri-Columbia.
As farmers save heifers to breed for increasing their cow herds, careful attention must be paid to pre-breeding care.
Patterson, beef reproduction specialist with MU Extension told Dent County beef

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Pink Out At Oct. 10 Football Game

A “Pink Out” night will be held for the Friday, Oct. 10 Trenton High School home varsity football game against the Kirksville Tigers. The focus of the evening events is to raise awareness and support funding for breast cancer research.
The THS Key Club will be taking donations for the American Cancer Society and giving out stickers that evening and S.M. Rissler PTO will be selling small spirit bags with

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Former Resident In Top 10

Former Trenton resident Haley Lewis finished among the Top 10 contestants in Sunday night’s Miss America Pageant.
Miss Lewis, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Lewis, former THS football coach, competed as Miss Tennesee. She is a student at Belmont University in Nashville, where she is majoring in music business with a minor in classical voice performance. She sang “(I) Who Have Nothing” for the talent portion of the

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Online Scam Alert

The Trenton Police Department has been notified of an ongoing online scam targeted at area residents.
Lt. Rex Ross said the current scam involves a computer user legitimately updating software on their computers, then being telephoned by the scammers asking for control of the computer and, in turn, trying to extort money from the computer user. In general, computer software companies do not contact individual users via telephone or computer

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

The following are the Selective Traffic Enforcement Streets for the City of Trenton for the week of Sept. 15: Oklahoma Avenue, West 4th Street and Iowa Boulevard.
The Trenton Police Department will be monitoring the roadways and streets for traffic violations such as speeding, careless and imprudent driving and failing to stop at stop signs.

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