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Community Needs Assessment Survey Planned

As part of its on-going mission to lessen poverty across Missouri, Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri (formerly Green Hills Community Action Agency) is currently conducting a community needs assessment.
The purpose of this assessment is to help the agency better understand the current state of poverty within their nine county service area. The information gleaned from this process will help CAPNCM improve current anti-poverty efforts and help them

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CPR Class Is Saturday

Sarah Linthacum, M.Ed., will be teaching a CPR Basic Life Support class at Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton on Saturday, Jan. 14.
Ms. Linthacum is an American Heart Association certified CPR instructor. The class will be held in the Wright Memorial Hospital education room from 8 a.m. to noon. Participants will need to register ahead of time by calling Ms. Linthacum at 660-373-2048. A $55 certification fee will be required

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R-5 Elementary Students Recognized

Photo Courtesy of Grundy R-5 Elementary School
Recognized for being named to the A honor roll at the Grundy R-5 Elementary School for the second quarter were, from left, front row, Logan Lea, Bethany White, Valente “Jr” Barriga, Audrey Coffman, Carlee Mathews, Macey Johnson, Adysan Rains, Layton Stonger; back row, Cristal Barriga, Lexa Stonger, Raegen Griswold, Eric Davidson, Carly Smith, Seanacie Ireland, Cole Peterson, Aidan Rains and Corbin Axtell. Not

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January 2017 Rissler Elementary School Terrific Kids

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
Students at Rissler Elementary School have been honored with the January Terrific Kid Award, sponsored each month by the Trenton Kiwanis Club and Hardee’s of Trenton. This month’s award recognizes students for demonstrating the character trait of “courage.” Those honored include, from left, front row, kindergarten students Preston Huskey, Brycen Bouzek, Alexis Bundridge and Kaydence Shuler; first graders Sam Wiebers, Isabella Kendrick and Skyler Bell; second row,

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Newtown-Harris Board Hears Update On Accreditation Status, Legislative Issues

The Newtown-Harris Board of Education discussed its accreditation status, legislative issues and upcoming events during its meeting held Monday evening.
According to information provided by Superintendent Kim Johnson, the district has been notified that it is fully accredited under the MSIP 5 Guidelines. The district earned a 92 on its APR.
Board members approved Linda Hague as district foster care liaison and Andrea Luper presented information on the business classes

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Daily Record 1-11-17

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Cody H. Brown, Trenton, pleaded guilty to not wearing a seat belt and was fined $10.
Ricky G. Banner, Milan, failed to appear in court on a charge of not wearing a seat belt and had his bond forfeited in lieu of a $50 fine.
Levi G. Bell, Trenton, appeared in court owing $217.50 costs on convictions for peace disturbance and resisting

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Grundy R-5 Second Quarter Honor Roll For 2016-2017

The second quarter honor roll has been announced at Grundy R-5 School in Galt for students in grades seven through 12.
Named to the “A” Honor Roll were Matana Munday, Emma Novak and Avery Webb, seniors; Cayden Bowe, Makenzy Brown, Zoe Littleton and Mady Williams, juniors; Mayce Axtell, Morgan Axtell, Emma Baxter, Kendra Betz, Taylor Brunelle and Alissa Webb, sophomores; Ellen Baxter, Briana Carpio, Aubrey Gann, Anna Milazzo, Jandie Peterson,

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Daily Record 1-10-17

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Marc L. Gardner, Trenton, waived his preliminary hearing and had his case bound over to the Circuit Division on a charge of non-support. He is scheduled for arraignment on Feb. 17.
MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION
Petition Filed

Glendale A. Briggs vs. Kathleen J. Briggs.
REAL ESTATE
Shon Muff, successor trustee to Steven E. Ishmael and wife.

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Horse Manure Tops City Council Agenda

What to do about manure left by horses on city streets took up most of the discussion time on Monday night at the Trenton City Council meeting, with the council eventually agreeing to close a portion of Harris Avenue to horse traffic.
The issue had been brought up at a previous meeting by Mayor Dr. Nick McHargue, who indicated there have been several complaints about the manure situation, in particular

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