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Emergency Services Log Report 7-21-16

Trenton Police Department
June 27: officers investigated a report of trespassing at a south residence.
June 28: officers made an arrest for possession of a controlled substance at an east residence.
June 29: property damage was reported at an east residence and officers investigated a domestic assault at an east residence. Arrests were made on warrants in the west part of town.
June 30: a theft was reported at a

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Daily Record 7-21-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
Associate Civil

JH Portfolio Debt Equities LLC vs. Harry B. Sethman. The court entered a consent judgment in favor of the plaintiff in the amount of $1,260. The case involved breach of contract.
Capital One Bank (USA) NA vs. Diana May. The court entered a consent judgment in favor of the plaintiff in the amount of $3,289.09. The case involved breach of

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Trenton Scrimmages With Brookfield

Ashten Whitaker

Ashten Whitaker

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
The Trenton Lady Bulldogs scrimmaged with Brookfield Wednesday as part of the high school softball camp running this week. Above, Ashten Whitaker fires a pitch during the scrimmage. The camp closed this morning. Trenton will open the softball season on Aug. 23 on the road in Maysville. The game will be the first Grand River Conference game ever for the Lady Bulldogs.

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Hunter Education Skills Course

The Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge will host a hunter education skills course on Tuesday, Sept. 13 from 6-8:30 p.m. at the refuge, located two miles south of Sumner. The course will include gun safety, firearm and ammunition information, wildlife management, ethics, hunter preparedness and the role of a hunter.
Registration for the class must be done online at http://mdc-event-web.s3licensing.com/Event/EventDetails /102092. Prior to taking the skills course, students must take

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North 65 Menus For July 25-29

North 65 Center
Monday-Chicken livers or chicken strips, scalloped potatoes, green beans, fruit Jello, banana bread.
Tuesday-Meatloaf, potatoes and gravy, veggie blend, hot roll, mandarin oranges.
Wednesday-Oven-fried chicken, potatoes and gravy, peas and carrots, apple cobbler, biscuit.
Thursday- Smoked pork chop, wild rice, peas, harvest beets, cinnamon applesauce, bread.
Friday-Ham and beans, cole slaw, cornbread, cinnamon roll cake.
(Coffee, ice tea, water
and milk served daily and an alternate meal

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Blue Jays Finish Second At Districts

Picture 1The Trenton Blue Jays AAA American Legion baseball team finished runner-up at the District 2 Tournament falling to Moberly 13-2 in Sunday’s championship game.
The Blue Jays were hit hard in the championship game with Trae Brownell allowing 10 runs on eight hits while striking out two in four innings of work. The offense, meanwhile, struggled as well, tallying just three hits, which led to two runs. Ty Figg had

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Local Youth Place At Chilli Golf Tourney

7-20 Chilli golf tourneySubmitted Photo
Several Trenton youth golfers were in Chillicothe Tuesday for the Chillicothe Country Club Youth Golf Tournament. Local placewinners at the tournament included, from left, Graeme Sager, second place in the 6-7-year-old division; Julian Hawkins, first place in the 6-7-year-old division; and Kiefer Tolson, third place in the 10-11-year-old division.

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Roy Blunt Makes Stop In Trenton

R-T Photo/Wendell Lenhart  U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, made a visit to Trenton Tuesday afternoon as he traveled from Kansas City to Kirksville. Sen. Blunt had lunch at the Grundy County Courthouse, visiting with local residents about various issues, including national security. Above, Sen. Blunt talks with Barb Spencer, left, and Cathy Smith about the proposed new women’s and children’s abuse shelter. The event was hosted by the Grundy County Republican Central Committee.

R-T Photo/Wendell Lenhart
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, made a visit to Trenton Tuesday afternoon as he traveled from Kansas City to Kirksville. Sen. Blunt had lunch at the Grundy County Courthouse, visiting with local residents about various issues, including national security. Above, Sen. Blunt talks with Barb Spencer, left, and Cathy Smith about the proposed new women’s and children’s abuse shelter. The event was hosted by the Grundy County

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