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Street Supervisor Retires After Nearly 40 Years On Job

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Retiring Trenton Street Supervisor Larry Griffin, center, was honored by the city for his years of service during a luncheon on Tuesday at the Rock Barn. Griffin’s last day on the job is today. Visiting with Griffin on Tuesday were Rick Klinginsmith, left, and Building Inspector Donnie Vandevender.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
Retiring Trenton Street Supervisor Larry Griffin, center, was honored by the city for his years of service during a luncheon on Tuesday at the Rock Barn. Griffin’s last day on the job is today. Visiting with Griffin on Tuesday were Rick Klinginsmith, left, and Building Inspector Donnie Vandevender.

Street Supervisor Larry Griffin is spending his final day with the city of Trenton today the same way he

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Solid Waste Collection Set

The city of Trenton and Grundy County, in conjunction with the North Missouri Solid Waste Management District Region B, are sponsoring a solid waste collection event in Trenton on Saturday, Oct. 11.
The event will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at th 807 E. Seventh St., site of the former Maggie’s Mess and Mullins Farm Supply. The collection is a residential collection only and no business or commercial

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Parade Flag Sponsors

Missouri Flag Sponsors
Recent sponsors of U.S. and Missouri flags to be flown during the Missouri Day Festival include a flag in memory of Rotarian Charles Hoffman, Joe and Sharon Shilt, Kipp and Cara McClellan, North Central Missouri College, Matt and Stacy Osterthun, Trenton Republican-Times, Raymond James Financial Services-Brian Upton, financial advisor, Bob and Judy Railsback in memory of Scott Railsback – love Mom and Dad, Farmers Bank of Northern

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Wright Run Packet Pickup

Wright Run Packet Pickup
The Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation would like to remind those who have pre-registered for Saturday’s third annual Wright Run 5K/10K to pick up their race packets at the Trenton Hy-Vee Food Store on Friday, Oct. 3 from 4 to 7 p.m.
The race packet will include the event shirt, bib, race route and giveaways. Questions may be directed to the foundation office at 660-358-5706.

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BPW Meeting Rescheduled

The Board of Public Works, which oversees operations of Trenton Municipal Utilities, has rescheduled its regular monthly meeting for Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include strategic planning scheduling, an update on the solar project, a review of the net metering policy, approval of bids for lime sludge removal, poles and scrap metal and reports by department heads, the comptroller and director. An executive

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Daily Record 10-1-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Levi G. Bell, 32, Trenton, waived his preliminary hearing and had his case bound over to the Circuit Division on charges of conspiracy to commit first degree assault, first degree burglary and first degree property damage.
Stephanie A. Brassfield, 50, Trenton, pleaded guilty to careless and imprudent driving by failing to yield to oncoming traffic and was fined $25.50 and $37.50 costs.

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Emergency Services Log Report 10-1-14

Trenton Fire Department
Sept. 29: firefighters responded to a false alarm at Friendship Place Apartments.
Sept. 30: firefighters provided medical assistance at an east residence and responded to a carbon monoxide incident at 1409 E. Ninth St.

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Businesses Evacuated Due To Carbon Monoxide

Two local businesses were evacuated after carbon monoxide detectors alerted employees to high levels of the toxic gas.
According to the Trenton Fire Department, DaVita Dialysis and Family Dollar were evacuated after workers in the space between the two businesses were using gas-powered saws to cut through concrete and the carbon monoxide built up. Firefighters used electric fans to ventilate the buildings. Two employees of DaVita sought medical treatment following

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Check Charge Facing Local Woman

A Trenton woman has posted bond after being arrested for passing bad checks.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, Penny Wolf is charged with two misdemeanor counts of passing bad checks, accused of writing a check to Hy-Vee on Jan. 4, 2013 for $132.56 and to Amoco on Jan. 6, 2014 for $60. She has posted $750 cash-only bond and is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 14.

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