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Rothermich-Dalbey Wedding

Sara Rothermich and Kelly Dalbey

Sara Rothermich and Kelly Dalbey

Sara Rothermich and Kelly Dalbey, both of St. Joseph, were married on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 by Pastor Ron Nichols. The wedding and reception were held at the Benton Supper Club with family and friends. The bride is the daughter of Richard and JoAnn Rothermich of Trenton. She is employed at MGP in Atchison, KS. The groom is the son of Jack and Virgie Dalbey

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THS Band, Colorguard Recognition Night

The Trenton High School Marching Band and Colorguard will hold a recognition night on Thursday, Nov. 6 in the high school commons.
The event begins at 6 p.m. and will honor the 68 students who took part in this fall’s marching season. There will be a senior class recognition and special awards presented as well as a marching season slide show.
Each family attending is to bring a prepared pizza

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Auction Adds To Campaign Total

The sale of items from the old Wright Memorial Hospital Medical Office Building held on Wednesday raised over $1,500 for the “Equipped for the Future” Campaign being conducted by the Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation.
The foundation is raising money to purchase an OB centralized monitoring and 3D ultrasound machine for Wright Memorial Hospital. The campaign has eclipsed the $150,000 mark, which is halfway to the goal of $300,000.

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Festival Of Trees Planned

Entries are now being accepted from persons, organizations or businesses who would like to donate a tree or wreath or participate in the Christmas parade being held as part of the seventh annual Festival of Trees.
The festival will be held on Friday, Nov. 28 at the Rock Barn, kicking off at 4:30 p.m. with the parade. Other events are scheduled to begin at 5 p.m., including horse and buggy

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Spickard Man Injured In Accident

A Spickard man received serious injuries in a two vehicle accident on Wednesday afternoon, one mile east of Gallatin on Highway 6.
Jim Roy, 71, was taken by LifeFlight to Truman Medical Center in Kansas City for treatment of his injuries. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Roy was the driver of a car that was eastbound on Highway 6 and attempted to pass an eastbound truck that had stopped

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Marshall Orchestra Plans Concert

The Marshall Philharmonic Orchestra will begin its 52nd season on Sunday under the baton of conductor, Kevin Lines.
The concert will be held in the Harold L. Lickey Auditorium of Bueker Middle School in Marshall and will begin at 2:30 p.m. The concert is free to the public.
This concert will feature Kristee Haney, mezzo-soprano, currently on staff as assistant professor of voice and musical theater at the University of

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Two Scheduled To Appear In Court

Two persons have been arrested, one for violating her probation and one for failing to appear in court.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, Rebecca J. McCree, 30, was arrested for violating her probation on original charges of possession of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence in a felony prosecution. She is being held in the Grundy County Detention Center on $15,000 cash-only bond and is scheduled

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TMS Football Banquet

10-22 TMS FootballSubmitted Photo
The Trenton Middle School football team celebrated the 2014 season on Tuesday night with the team’s annual banquet at the First Assembly of God Church. Awards presented on the night included, the offensive player of the year award, which went to Isaac Harris; the defensive player of the year award, which went to Jadan Whitney; and the Coaches Award, which went to Tray Webb. The TMS squad went

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Daily Record 10-22-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Mitchell S. Riley, 28, Gallatin, and Stefanie D. Kincannon, 24, Green City, had charges of not maintaining financial responsibility for a vehicle dismissed.
Municipal Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Corey M. Grim, 19, Trenton, pleaded guilty to having no state driver’s license when required and was fined $75.50 and $37.50 costs.
Dustin M. Haskins, 30, Laredo, pleaded guilty to having no state

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