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Ticket drawing this week; ‘Bracket Madness’ slated

Those eligible for a drawing for two free tickets to the 2012 Men’s Big 12 Tournament Semifinals have been announced. The drawing will be conducted later this week to determine the contest winner.

There are 23 individuals who qualify for the drawing by making the best predictions on games played during the 8-week period of the contest. Some of these were weekly winners more than once, thus their names will

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Daviess County Courthouse News – 2/29/12

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James Lewis, bridge supervisor, met with the commission regarding work on bridges in Grand River Township. Weather permitting, they will finish this week.

David Allen, bridge department, met with the commission reporting on brush removal in Salem Township.

Ben Becerra, sheriff, met with the commission regarding improvements planned in the first floor room and continued discussion on grants for vehicles. David Cox moved to accept the bid from

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NCMC signs agreement with Park Unvieristy

A new agreement between the School of Business at Park University of Parkville and North Central Missouri College of Trenton will assist NCMC students who wish to obtain a bachelor of science in business administration-accounting from Park. It provides students who complete an associate of arts degree at NCMC with a two-year plan to earn their bachelor’s degree.

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What are your trees worth?

This time of year Larry Godsey gets a lot of calls from woodland owners asking for advice about taxes on timber they have sold.

Godsey, an economist with the Center for Agroforestry at the University of Missouri, usually starts by asking, "What is your basis?"

A lot of woodland owners don’t know, and that means they could be selling their timber for too little, and paying too much in taxes.

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Experts predict a hot, dry summer

For nearly a year, the Midwest and southwest United States have experienced drought and warmer than normal conditions. A University of Missouri expert is predicting no relief, as he expects drought and hot conditions to continue this summer.

"I expect one of two scenarios to play out; the first is a continued La Nina climate pattern to affect our weather this summer," said Tony Lupo, professor and chair of the

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Business plan seminar on March 8

Do you have an idea for a business, but, don’t know what information the bank is going to need to recognize the greatness your idea? Have you started your business, but, now need to expand, and you don’t know how to update that business plan you started with seven or eight years ago?

Well, the University of Missouri Extension has a simple solution. Business Development Specialist: Tom Kelso, will be

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2012 “Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter-Free” trash-can-decorating contest deadline March 5

Missouri elementary, middle and home schools K-8 have until March 5 to submit entries for the 2012 "Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter-Free" trash-can-decorating contest. The annual contest is sponsored by the Missouri departments of Conservation and Transportation as part of the state’s "No MOre Trash!" campaign to raise awareness about Missouri’s litter problem and to discourage littering.

The contest encourages school classes and groups to join in the fight

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Greater Kansas City International Auto Show is March 7-11 at Bartle Hall

The signs of spring…robins building their nests, Royals spring training and the 2012 Greater Kansas City International Auto Show. It’s your one chance this year to see hundreds of new vehicles all under one roof at Bartle Hall. Show hours are 5 p.m.to 10 p.m. on March 7; 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. March 8, 9 and 10; and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on March 11.

Special Attractions include:

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Harmonium Brass to perform at Trenton March 11

Harmonium Brass will be appearing at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 11, at the Wesley United Methodist Church in Trenton. Doors open at 2 p.m. The event is brought to the public by Grundy County Friends of the Arts.

"Harmonium Brass" was founded in the fall of 2009 by Paul Copenhaver (trumpet, piccolo trumpet, flugelhorn), Chris Farris (trumpet), Brandon McDannald (horn), Larry Bennett (trombone, euphonium), and Allen Lawless (tuba, brass

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