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City Firemen Give Program To Rotary Club

Two members of the Trenton Fire Department presented a program to the Trenton Rotary Club on Thursday. Mike Moore was the program chairman.
Moore, who is a lieutenant with the fire department, and firefighter Robert Romesburg addressed members about the TFD’s smoke detector program as well as the business fire safety inspections done by firemen. Moore said the local fire department has teamed with the American Red Cross to obtain

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Billy Joe Tinsley

Billy Joe Tinsley, a 79-year-old resident of Spickard, died on Tuesday, May 26, 2015, at Saint Luke’s East Hospital in Lee’s Summit.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on Monday, June 1, 2015 at Wright-Baker-Hill Funeral Home in Brookfield. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery in Brookfield.
A family visitation will be from 1 p.m. until service time on Monday at the funeral home.
Mr. Tinsley was born

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Endecott Anniversary

C.S. and Jean Endecott

C.S. and Jean Endecott

C.S. and Jean Horner Endecott of Trenton will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on Thursday, June 4, 2015. The couple were married on June 4, 1950 at United Methodist Church in Trenton. They are the parents of one son, Mark Endecott and his wife, Twila of Lee’s Summit; and two daughters, Pam Kouns and her husband, Tom of Wichita, KS and Krista Brennecke and her husband,

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Two Returned To Grundy County To Face Charges

Two men have been arrested on Grundy County warrants and are being returned to face their charges here after failing to appear in court.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, David W. Phillips, 56, whose last known address was Kansas City, is being returned to face a charge of felony passing bad checks. He was arrested in Johnson County, KS and is scheduled to appear in court on June

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Granddaughter Honored By KU Rowing Team

The granddaughter of a Laredo couple has been honored by the rowing team at the University of Kansas.
BriAnna Dittberner received the Outstanding Freshman in Rowing Award at KU. She is the daughter of Brian Dittberner and Suzee Dittberner, both of Kansas City, and the granddaughter of Bruce and Bonna Dittberner of Laredo.

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Emergency Services Log Report 5-28-15

Trenton Fire Department
May 27: firefighters provided medical assistance at an east residence.

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Daily Record 5-28-15

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Abby L. Farris, 29, Trenton, had a charge of possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana dismissed.
The following defendants pleaded guilty to their charges and paid their fines through the Fine Collection Center, with their names provided to the Republican-Times:
Pleading guilty to speeding and fined $30.50 were Doamon Baleras, Benton, IA; and Jeri Herington,

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Assessor Conducting Field Work In Lincoln Township

Grundy County Assessor Kathy Veatch has announced that field work is currently being conducted in Lincoln Township.
The work will continue in that township for about a month. Employees will be driving a vehicle that is identified as being from the assessor’s office and will be wearing shirts or vests that identify them as employees of the office. Anyone with questions about the field work may contact Mrs. Veatch at

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Graves Concerned About Water Rules

Sixth District U.S. Congressman Sam Graves is upset with actions taken on Wednesday by the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Corps of Engineers to finalize the “Waters of the U.S.” rule, that he says dramatically expands federal jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act and threatens to allow the EPA to regulate small bodies of water on private land.
“It is outrageous to me that the EPA thinks it can

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