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Wanda M. Jones

Wanda M. Jones, an 87-year-old resident of Trenton, died at 8:43 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 at Heartland Regional Medical Center in St. Joseph.
Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31, 2014 at Resthaven Mortuary of Trenton. Burial will follow in the Union Grove Cemetery, north of Osgood. 
Open visitation will begin at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 at Resthaven Mortuary. 
Mrs. Jones

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Jim King

Funeral services for James Robert “Jim” King, a 73-year-old resident of Bloomfield, NE and formerly of Princeton, were held at 10:30 a.m. today (Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014) at First Christian Church in Princeton. Reverend Gary Watkins officiated.
Burial will be at a later date. Brockhaus Funeral Home of Bloomfield was in charge of arrangements.
Mr. King died on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014 at his home in Bloomfield.
Mr. King was

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THS, TMS Student Council Attend Conference

Submitted Photo On Friday, Oct. 24, the Trenton High School and Trenton Middle School student councils traveled to Liberty, where they presented skits on community service awareness in our community. At the district meeting, Trenton High School Student Council was elected First Vice- President School, and Trenton Middle School was elected Second Vice President School for the Missouri Association of Student s of the Northwest District. Pictured from middle school are Mallory Sole, Addie Michael, Faith Baker, Trager Leeper, Colton Roy, Evy McCullough, Canyon VonBurg, Brice Gibler, Aidan McAtee, Gwyneth Foster, Quincy Griffin, McKayla Blackburn, Libby Fewins, Haley Kidd, Corey Marrs, Kennedy Norton, Lexi Whitaker, Emma Gilham, Ainsley Tolson, Cole Rorebeck, Taylor Richman, Werthen Gass and Mykah Hurley. The high school students included Alvynne Villacampa, Stacy Coplen, Maddie Barone, Tyler Kidd, Justin Martin, Rebekah Shackelford, Ellis Gilham, Dillon Parrack, Claire Utley, Jacob Davis, Elijah Oyler, Nathaniel Carter, Isaiah Lickteig, Rylee Berti, Chase Marsh, Brianna Wilson, Eddie Delp, Tomi Delp, Jose Barron, Dani Buckner and Emily Kasinger. The advisors for the organizations are Kim Foster, TMS, and Brenda Thorne, THS.

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On Friday, Oct. 24, the Trenton High School and Trenton Middle School student councils traveled to Liberty, where they presented skits on community service awareness in our community. At the district meeting, Trenton High School Student Council was elected First Vice- President School, and Trenton Middle School was elected Second Vice President School for the Missouri Association of Student s of the Northwest District. Pictured from middle school

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NCMC Celebrates National Student Day

Submitted Photo The NCMC Bookstore recently observed National Student Day, an annual event sponsored by the National Association of College Bookstores. Campus stores across the United States and Canada participated, connecting with students to thank them for their patronage as well as serving to promote student volunteerism and social responsibility. The NCMC Bookstore handed out free items, sold t-shirts at a reduced price and gave away a $50 gift certificate. The Bookstore also hosted a Main Street Pirate Spirit Fashion Show featuring members of the NCMC administration, staff and student body. Various local businesses provided giveaways, certificates and coupons for merchandise. College organizations participating were the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Lady Pirates basketball team, Pirates baseball team, Cross Hall Coffee Shop, NCMC Library, Development Office, advising department, I.T. department, and Student Services.  Other organizations were the Missouri National Guard (with their inflatable Pugil Pit), the Baptist Student Union, Relay for Life, the Grundy County Senior Center and the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are, from left, NCMC Chief Financial Officer Tyson Otto, students Stephen Brown of Ballwin and Mariah Bass of Higginsville, Lady Pirates basketball coach Jenni Croy, student Rebecca Guest of Brunswick, NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall, and student Felicia Gardner of Chillicothe.

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The NCMC Bookstore recently observed National Student Day, an annual event sponsored by the National Association of College Bookstores. Campus stores across the United States and Canada participated, connecting with students to thank them for their patronage as well as serving to promote student volunteerism and social responsibility. The NCMC Bookstore handed out free items, sold t-shirts at a reduced price and gave away a $50 gift certificate.

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Former Resident Earns School Honor

Submitted Photo Former Trenton resident Mitch Barnes, left, has been named the Outstanding Rural Building Administrator for the 2014-15 school year by the Missouri Association of Rural Education. Barnes, a graduate of Trenton High School, has served the past six years as high school principal in the Braymer C-2 District. He received the honor during the MARE Fall Conference, being held this week at the Lake of the Ozarks. Barnes is the son of Sarah Barnes and the grandson of Loma Hickman, both of Trenton. His wife is the former Dana Stahl, also a former Trenton resident.

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Former Trenton resident Mitch Barnes, left, has been named the Outstanding Rural Building Administrator for the 2014-15 school year by the Missouri Association of Rural Education. Barnes, a graduate of Trenton High School, has served the past six years as high school principal in the Braymer C-2 District. He received the honor during the MARE Fall Conference, being held this week at the Lake of the Ozarks. Barnes

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Busy Bee 4-H Club Elects Officers

Submitted Photo The Busy Bees 4-H Club recently elected their 2014-15 officers. They include, from left, Allena Allen, president; Colton Roy, vice president; Rebecca Urich, secretary; Morgan Foster, reporter; Hannah Bowe, historian; Logan Foster, chaplain; not pictured are Haley Kidd, treasurer; and Tyler Kidd, council representative.

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The Busy Bees 4-H Club recently elected their 2014-15 officers. They include, from left, Allena Allen, president; Colton Roy, vice president; Rebecca Urich, secretary; Morgan Foster, reporter; Hannah Bowe, historian; Logan Foster, chaplain; not pictured are Haley Kidd, treasurer; and Tyler Kidd, council representative.

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Lady Pirates Turn To New Faces In 2014-15

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Head Coach Jenni Croy and the Lady Pirates cut down the nets last year following region and sectional titles on their way to the national tournament. NCMC will look to repeat that success with a new cast of characters this season.

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Head Coach Jenni Croy and the Lady Pirates cut down the nets last year following region and sectional titles on their way to the national tournament. NCMC will look to repeat that success with a new cast of characters this season.

Last season the North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates had a banner year, clinching region and sectional titles en route to the NJCAA Division II National

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Grandson Earns Eagle Award

Submitted Photo Jarrett Lytle of Hollister, grandson of Ray and Norma Hammett of Trenton, received his Eagle Scout Award during ceremonies on Saturday, Oct. 18. Lytle is a member of Troop 290 in Branson and for his Eagle project, he reseeded an area of a park where a structure had been taken down. Lytle is a senior at Hollister High school and is the son of Larry and Becky Hammett Lytle of Hollister. Pictured are, from left, scout leader Paul Luce, Lytle, and scout leader Scott Guthrie.

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Jarrett Lytle of Hollister, grandson of Ray and Norma Hammett of Trenton, received his Eagle Scout Award during ceremonies on Saturday, Oct. 18. Lytle is a member of Troop 290 in Branson and for his Eagle project, he reseeded an area of a park where a structure had been taken down. Lytle is a senior at Hollister High school and is the son of Larry and Becky Hammett

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Man Who Committed Suicide Had Been Charged In Fatal Fire

A man who committed suicide after firing his weapon at law enforcement officers had been sought in connection with a fatal fire in Trenton on Sunday evening.
According to on-line court records, a warrant had been issued Monday for the arrest of David Call, 50, who had an address of Kansas City. The charges included first degree murder, armed criminal action, first degree arson and abandonment of a corpse. He

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