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Newtown-Harris Students Begin Class

Classes began today in the Newtown-Harris School District with 84 students enrolled in grades kindergarten through 12, down one student from last year’s first-day enrollment of 85.
There are 48 students in the elementary, grades kindergarten through six, with 36 enrollment in the junior-senior high school. The largest class is the fifth grade, which has 11 students and the first grade and seventh grade tie for the smallest with four.

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Daily Record 8-23-16

MARRIAGE LICENSE
Jesse Andrew Morris, Trenton, and Martha Ann Bowerman, Spickard.
REAL ESTATE
Timothy J. Michael and wife to Andrew H. Madden and wife.
Correction
Donald W. Thompson to Dawn E. Griffith.

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Two Trenton Men Are Arrested

Two Trenton men were arrested on Monday, one who is accused of failing to appear in court and the other accused of failing to obey a judge’s order.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 39-year-old Christopher B. Hancock was arrested for failing to appear in court on charges of speeding and operating a vehicle on the highway without a valid license. He is being held in the Grundy County

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Emergency Services Log Report 8-23-16

Trenton Fire Department
Aug. 22: firefighters conducted a rental inspection at 2200 Princeton Rd., Trailer #15.

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New Program At Wright Memorial Hospital

On Sept. 1, Wright Memorial Hospital will launch an inpatient hospitalist program. Hospitalists are physicians and nurse practitioners who specialize in hospital-based care.
These specialists coordinate all aspects of care for patients who are in the hospital. The hospitalist communicates with the patient’s primary care physician to ensure that the patient receives the right care in a timely manner.
“One of the great things about having hospitalists take care of

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Nan Carter Is Lead Gift Contributor To Geyer Hall Project

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College Savannah resident Nan Carter, left, has been recognized as a lead gift contributor to the “Preserving the Past, Focusing on the Future” campaign to renovate Geyer Hall. Pictured with her is NCMC Foundation Director Teresa Cross.

Photo Courtesy of North Central Missouri College
Savannah resident Nan Carter, left, has been recognized as a lead gift contributor to the “Preserving the Past, Focusing on the Future” campaign to renovate Geyer Hall. Pictured with her is NCMC Foundation Director Teresa Cross.

Nanetta “Nan” Carter of Savannah recently became a lead gift contributor toward the “Preserving the Past, Focusing on the Future” capital campaign to restore the historic Geyer

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Council OKs Settlement Agreement With DNR

The Trenton City Council on Monday night approved a settlement agreement with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, addressing the city’s failure in the past to meet disinfection requirements for its sewer system.
An ordinance outlining the agreement between the city, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and the Missouri Attorney General’s office was approved by a 6-0 vote. The agreement addresses the past violations of its bypass elimination plan

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City Demolition Project Moving Forward

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council voted to move ahead with demolition efforts and reviewed several property concerns during a meeting on Monday night.
Code Enforcement Officer Donnie Vandevender said that six persons have agreed to pay their share of the cost to demolish properties they own and are included in the 2016-17 demolition program. Owners of 843 W. 14th Ct., 1314 Tindall Ave., 1904 Lulu,

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ICE Girls Informational Meeting

Girls interested in a career in fire and/or emergency services are invited to attend an informational meeting about the ICE Girls program this Saturday night in Trenton.
The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. in the training room of the Trenton Fire Department/Grundy County Ambulance Service building at 17th and Harris Avenue. ICE Girls is available to high school girls age freshmen through senior who have an interest the

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