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Man Returned To Face Drug, Weapons Charges

A Trenton man is being returned to Grundy County from the Missouri Department of Corrections to face charges of unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of certain weapons.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 47-year-old Duane L. Jeffers is accused of possessing spoons with residue and syringes with the intent to inject, inhale or otherwise injest a controlled substance into the body. He is also accused of

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No Injuries In Mishap at Princeton Road and East 17th Street

No one was injured in an accident investigated Monday at the intersection of Princeton Road and 17th Street.
According to Trenton Police Officer Randy Burks’ accident report, the mishap occurred when a sport utility vehicle driven by Lenora B. McDonald was eastbound on 17th Street and made a turn onto Princeton Road. She went across the intersection with Oak Street and cut the corner too sharp, striking the driver’s side

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Wrestling Parent Meeting

A meeting will be held on Thursday, Nov. 6 for parents of Trenton High School wrestlers. The meeting will be held in the Trenton wresting room and will begin at 6 p.m.
At least one parent for each wrestler is encouraged to attend. For more information, persons may contact Charlie Bacon or Erik Coffey at the Trenton High School.

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Grundy Jr. High Boys Win

The Grundy R-5 Junior High School boys basketball team picked up a 24-20 overtime win on the road in Gilman City on Monday night. After a slow first half that saw the Panthers work out to a 10-6 lead, scoring picked up in the second period. Grundy pushed the lead to 19-10 in the third quarter before a frantic fourth quarter rally by the Hawks tied the game at 20-20

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Trick Or Treat Night in Trenton

Photo Courtesy of Jim Bush Fortune teller Crystal Whitaker shares her treats and fortunes with two youth who took part in the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors’ Trick or Treat Night on Monday at the Rock Barn. Over 550 youth attended the event with 31 businesses and organizations participating. Mrs. Whitaker and ChiroSolutions took top honors in the table decorating contest. Second went to Preceptor Nu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi and third place was awarded to the Trenton Kiwanis Club.

Photo Courtesy of Jim Bush
Fortune teller Crystal Whitaker shares her treats and fortunes with two youth who took part in the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors’ Trick or Treat Night on Monday at the Rock Barn. Over 550 youth attended the event with 31 businesses and organizations participating. Mrs. Whitaker and ChiroSolutions took top honors in the table decorating contest. Second went to Preceptor Nu chapter of Beta

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Council OKs Sale Of Land For Solar Project

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Beth Mack, at right, and Barnes Greenhouses were honored with a key to the city for their beautification efforts during the Missouri Day Festival. The presentation was made by first ward councilman Allan Quilty, left.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
Beth Mack, at right, and Barnes Greenhouses were honored with a key to the city for their beautification efforts during the Missouri Day Festival. The presentation was made by first ward councilman Allan Quilty, left.

The Trenton City Council has agreed to move forward with the sale of land to a Lee’s Summit company planning to construct a solar panel system in north Trenton.
On a 7-0

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Great Northwest Day at the Capitol Planning Under Way

In communities and counties throughout northwest Missouri, preparations for the 2015 Great Northwest Day at the Capitol are in full swing.
County coordinators for each of the 18 counties that comprise the northwest Missouri region are working with local citizens, councils, commissions and chambers to gather important legislative priorities. Once assembled, priorities will be narrowed down to the top three to four for the region and then presented to the

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Trick Or Treat For UNICEF

Members of the Trenton High School Key Club and the Trenton Middle School Builders Club will be trick-or-treating for UNICEF on Wednesday between the hours of 5:30 and 7 p.m.
Members will be going door-to-door collecting spare change to support impoverished children around the world. They will be identifiable by a name tag and the traditional orange UNICEF collection box.
The Key Club and Builders Club is sponsored locally by

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NCMC Estate Planning Seminar Set

The North Central Missouri College Foundation will be hosting its third annual Estate Planning Seminar on Monday, Nov. 24 in Cross Hall on the college campus. The program begins at 6 p.m. and is free and open to members of the public.
Two members of the NCMC Foundation Board of Directors, Bruce Constant and Allan Seidel, will be conducting this educational seminar. Constant, a CPA and partner in the Lockridge,

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