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TMS Volleyball Falls To Cameron

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Olivia Roberts hits a serve during the Trenton Middle School volleyball team’s 25-16, 25-11 loss to Cameron at home on Monday in the TMS gym. Roberts led Trenton with four aces while Evy McCullough tallied two kills. Trenton dropped the B game as well, falling 25-7, 25-11.

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Mercer Handles Grundy R-5

The Grundy R-5 High School softball team was handed a home loss on Monday night as the Mercer Lady Cardinals came to Galt and picked up a 12-2 victory.
Zoe Littleton was three-for-four for the Lady Panthers, collecting a double and a stolen base, and Emma Novak was one-for-three with an RBI. Matana Munday fired six innings, walking four and striking out four.
“The girls played well tonight,” Lady Panthers’

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May Wins Week 2 Power Points

Todd May of Galt is the local winner of the Power Points contest for week 2. May collected 104 points to win the $30 local prize.
On the national level, Hayden DeVico of Johnstown, PA grabbed 118 points to win the $500 grand prize.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest are Hy-Vee, T&L Auto, Barnes-Baker, TNT Convenience, Chumbley’s, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri and ServeLink.

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Daily Record 9-27-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Judge Jack Peace

Jean Goldsby vs. Hesamodin Borhani, Saint Luke’s Hospital of Trenton d/b/a Wright Memorial Hospital and Saint Luke’s Hospital of Trenton d/b/a Wright Memorial Hospital Physician’s Clinic. A wrongful death settlement was approved.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
Samuel M. Hershberger, Princeton, and Anna J. Zook, Spickard.
MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION
Petition Filed

William J. Rottman vs. Samantha J. Rottman.
REAL ESTATE
Teresa Marie Pierce and wife to Preston

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Emergency Services Log Report 9-27-16

Trenton Fire Department
Sept. 26: firefighters conducted a smoke investigation at an east business and responded to a motor vehicle accident in the east part of town.

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Woman, Two Men Charged In Unrelated Cases

A St. Joseph woman has been charged with forgery in connection with checks she allegedly wrote to herself last summer.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 47-year-old Valerie K. Fraser is charged with two counts of class  C felony forgery. She was arrested in Lucas County, IA and has been brought back to Grundy County, where she is being held in the Grundy County Detention Center. She is accused

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Council Sets Special Meeting To Review Bypass Elimination Plan, Sewer Rates

The Trenton City Council has set a special meeting for Monday, Oct. 3, to review and approve the latest bypass elimination plan for the city’s wastewater system as well as look at what sewer rates will need to be in order to meet the monetary obligation the city will have regarding implementation of the plan.
The meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. at city hall. The plan includes various

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Building Board Meets

During a brief meeting on Monday night, the Building and Nuisance Board declared two properties as nuisances.
1809 Cherry Lane, owned by Mike Arnold, and 2323 Webster St., owned by Chad, Tammy and Jeff Corbin, received the nuisance designation and will be part of a public hearing to be held at the board meeting in October. Code Enforcement Donnie Vandevender said work is being done on the Cherry Lane property

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Galt Fall Festival In Saturday

The fall season will be celebrated in Galt this Saturday as the community holds a one-day festival.
Activities for all ages are planned throughout the day, with events concluding that evening. Proceeds from various activities will go to help purchase new equipment for the children’s park.
At 10 a.m., train rides will be offered by Steve Pfieffer, along with events such as tail tag, hillbilly horseshoes, Zingo, a bean bag

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