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Two Fail To Appear In Court

Two area men were arrested after failing to appear in court.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, Rex A. Winters, 44, Kansas City, was arrested for failing to appear in court on charges of burglary and theft. Bond was set at $15,000 cash-only and he is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 28. His probation has been suspended.
Also arrested was Jack R. Gathercole, 21, Trenton, who failed to

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Commission Meeting Scheduled

The Grundy County Commission will hold its regular weekly meeting on Tuesday.
The commission is scheduled to meet with Tonya Lohman of the Missouri Department of Transportation at 9 a.m. for a general update. At 10 a.m. commissioners are scheduled to meet with Ambulance Director Steve Tracy.

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Mud Castles At The Fair

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig With nearly 3.5 inches of rain falling in Trenton overnight, the North Central Missouri Fairgrounds were a muddy mess on Wednesday, but these youngsters found a way to put that mud to good use while passing time during the swine show. Their dual mud castles came complete with a large pool and a moat. The rest of the fair week should be sunny and dry, according to forecasts.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
With nearly 3.5 inches of rain falling in Trenton overnight, the North Central Missouri Fairgrounds were a muddy mess on Wednesday, but these youngsters found a way to put that mud to good use while passing time during the swine show. Their dual mud castles came complete with a large pool and a moat. The rest of the fair week should be sunny and dry, according to

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Sheep, Goat Shows Held At NCM Fair

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig There couldn’t have been anyone more proud of the trophy he received at the North Central Missouri Fair than Eli Todd, who participated in Wednesday night’s Pee Wee Goat Show. Judging on Wednesday included both goats and swine. Todd is the son of Dustin and Adriane Todd of Trenton.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
There couldn’t have been anyone more proud of the trophy he received at the North Central Missouri Fair than Eli Todd, who participated in Wednesday night’s Pee Wee Goat Show. Judging on Wednesday included both goats and swine. Todd is the son of Dustin and Adriane Todd of Trenton.

Although the grandstand event was cancelled and the fairway was a little muddy, livestock shows went on as

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Program On Skookcum Dolls At Museum

Violet Steinhoff will present a free doll program at 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Grundy County Museum in the Baker School building.
Questions about collecting and displaying dolls will be addressed, however, the program will focus on Skookcum Dolls. These collectable armless dolls originated in the American West. Ranging from two inches to three feet in height, the dolls represented Native American people and were mostly sold at tourist

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Building And Nuisance Board To Meet

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council will meet at 6 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the annoucned agenda include a declaration of nusiances on properties at 1716 Carnes St., 402 E. 17th St., 1002 W. 14th St., 1110 Normal St., 1428 Chesnut St., 600 Normal St. and 120 Highland St., Trailer #19; public hearings for properties at 402 W. 17th and 501 Grundy

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Area Boy Doesn’t Let Wheelchair Slow Him Down

A bracket fashioned by his grandfather, Terry Wynne, has allowed Layton Stonger to show his Shropshire wether, Wooly, during sheep judging competitions held at area fairs this summer. Layton and Wooly will be participating in the North Central Missouri Fair Sheep Show on Friday.

A bracket fashioned by his grandfather, Terry Wynne, has allowed Layton Stonger to show his Shropshire wether, Wooly, during sheep judging competitions held at area fairs this summer. Layton and Wooly will be participating in the North Central Missouri Fair Sheep Show on Friday.

by Diane Lowrey
R-T Editor
A Galt boy hopes to keep his winning record intact when he shows in Friday’s North Central Missouri Fair Sheep Show.

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Walking Trail Work Delayed

Work on the second phase of the Walking Trail at Wright Memorial Hospital continues to be delayed with recent weather setbacks.
Plans for the construction of the second and third sitting areas are planned and Joe DeVorss Construction Company will build both areas at the same time. Steve Maxey, Interim Foundation and Development Officer for the Wright Memorial Foundation, said it is hoped that contractors can be on site the

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Area Menus for Week of Aug. 3

GRUNDY COUNTY
SENIOR CENTER
Monday-Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, brussel sprouts, stewed tomatoes, banana bread, bread.
Tuesday-Chicken livers or chicken fried steak, green beans, potatoes, Jello, pumpkin bars.
Wednesday-Oven-fried chicken, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, apple cobbler, hot roll.
Thursday-Meatloaf, cheesy potatoes, mixed vegetables, biscuit, peach cobbler.
Friday-Pizza, potato wedges, lettuce salad, fruit muffin, fruit.
(coffee, ice tea, water
and milk served daily)

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