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Academics viewed as ‘healthy’ at Stanberry R-2

STANBERRY, MO — Data provided by the Missouri Assessment Program and Stanford testing, ACT testing, and annual Performance Report indicates academic health at Stanberry R-2 School District. All spring Stanford reading scores for grades K-2 are above median grade equivalent; communication arts skills for grades 3-8 showed three of six classes above state average (two other classes were below the mark by less than 2 percentage points); Stanberry ranked in

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$24,000 goal for Grundy County United Way

TRENTON, MO — Plans are under way for the 2012 United Way campaign in Grundy County. The event will kick off on Oct. 13 with the annual pancake feed at the Hy-Vee Food Store. The eat-what-you-want, pay-what-you-want event will take place from 7 to 10 a.m. and feature a menu of pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee and milk. A change is being made this year in how door-to-door collections will be

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First ever Wright 5K/10K slated Oct. 6

TRENTON, MO — The Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation presents the first ever Wright Run 5K/10K on Saturday Oct. 6, 2012. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and the race begins at 8 a.m. at the old WMH Medical Office Building on West First Street in Trenton. A $25 donation per person for this run and walk event is required, with proceeds supporting the walking trail and memorial garden campaign. A team

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College adds to its real estate holdings

TRENTON, MO — North Central Missouri College will be adding to its downtown real estate holdings following action taken during a recent meeting of college trustees. Trustees voted to purchase property at 1201 Main St. at a cost of $65,000. The property, owned by Sharon Ferris, contains a building that will be used for storage in the shortterm, but the property is seen as part of the overall master plan

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Football coach suspended following DUI charge

SAVANNAH, MO — Savannah Head Football Coach Chad Smith has been indefinitely suspended from coaching but remains on duty as a physical education teacher following news of his arrest on DUI charges on Aug. 4, 2012. The arrest was made by the Platte County Sheriff’s Department and bond was posted that same day. On Sept. 19, 2012, Smith pled not guilty to the charges and requested a continuance of proceedings

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City Clerk at Ridgeway resigns

RIDGEWAY, MO — Debra Ware resigned as City Clerk of Ridgway, effective Sept. 26, 2012. Ware served in the position for the past eight years and has taken a job with a convenience store. Ware says she is concerned “about the future direction of the city” following the past spring election. She pointed out that Ridgeway recently lost its police officer and may lose other staff.

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‘Backpack Buddies’ underway at Union Star

UNION STAR, MO — Members of the Union Star United Methodist Church wanted to do something to help children in their own community who are “food insecure,” meaning they do not know where their next meal will come from. The church pursued and was awarded a grant from Monsanto Company for that purpose — to “feed the people.” Church board member, Ron Hodge, and Pastor Bob Caldwell attended a meeting

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Nude trucker pleads guilty to semi’s theft

HARRISON COUNTY, MO — A Creston, Iowa, man pled guilty in Harrison County Circuit Court to stealing a semi tractor and to property damage in connection with a bizarre incident that occurred last winter near Blythedale, MO. The man was arrested wearing nothing but a trench coat, authorities say. Richard Ronald Walzer, 45, was scheduled to stand trial on the felony charges but withdrew his earlier plea of not guilty

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Guild announces effort to preserve Tarkio history

TARKIO, MO — The Mule Barn Theatre Guild has announced plans to open a place to house Tarkio’s history on Oct. 1, 2012, in the lower level of the Tarkio Resource Center. The Cultural Resource Center’s purpose is to safeguard, gather and preserve the history of Tarkio, including but not limited to history, genealogy, and cultural heritage information, educational displays, and related programs. The center will offer the contractual services

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