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Trenton Moves To 3-0 With 11-0 Rout Of Carrollton On The Road

The Trenton Lady Bulldog softball team was at it again on Thursday afternoon, moving to 3-0 on the season with a 10-0 victory over Carrollton. It was Trenton’s first road game of the season, but easiest victory as the Lady Bulldogs put the host Lady Trojans away by the 10-run rule after five innings.
It didn’t take long for the Lady Bulldogs to start cranking out runs. Jaylen Neff led

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Girls’ Tennis Team Defeated At Home

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Hannah Farmer returns a shot during the Lady Bulldogs’ 8-1 loss to Savannah on Thursday at the THS tennis courts. Farmer dropped her singles contest 8-4.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Hannah Farmer returns a shot during the Lady Bulldogs’ 8-1 loss to Savannah on Thursday at the THS tennis courts. Farmer dropped her singles contest 8-4.

The Trenton High School girls’ tennis team had a rough home opener on Thursday as Savannah came to town and promptly defeated the Lady Bulldogs 8-1.
Trenton struggled off the bat, dropping all of the opening four singles matches. Claire Utley

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Trenton Volleyball Team Falls 2-0 On The Road

The Trenton High School volleyball team’s rough start to the 2015 season continued Thursday as the Lady Bulldogs dropped their third match, all of them on the road. Trenton traveled to Chillicothe where it fell 25-5, 25-15.
Karli Provorse and Taya Johnson each had five digs in the loss and Grace Holcomb and Laura Carlson had two digs each. Provorse added a block, kill and two aces and Carlson had

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Lady Tigers Open 2015 Season With Loss, Win

The Princeton High School softball team opened the 2015 season on Tuesday with an 8-1 loss to North Harrison on the road in Eagleville, but bounced back with a 6-3 win over Pattonsburg on Thursday night in Princeton.
vs. North Harrison
Against North Harrison, Princeton struggled defensively, committing nine errors in the game. Haley Johnson was the losing pitcher, giving up three earned runs on 10 hits and a walk

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Fall Trap League Results

The Trenton Fall Trap League was back in action on Thursday night at the trap/skeet range in north Trenton.
Wally Parman was the top overall shooter on the night, hitting 48-of-50 total targets. Melvin Lee led the field from the 16-yard line, hitting all 25 targets and Jessie Monk hit 23-of-25 targets from the handicap line to lead the field from that distance.
In the team standings, Farmers Bank leads

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NCMC Makes Announcement

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees has voted to seek legal remedies to close the estate of the late Dr. James and Joanne Whitley.
The board voted unanimously during a closed session Tuesday evening to grant authority to NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall to work with legal counsel to close the estate, left to NCMC by the Whitleys. The estate includes a 102-acre tract of land north of

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Emergency Services Log Report 8-28-15

Trenton Police Department
Aug. 14: officers provided assistance to other agencies at Wright Memorial Hospital and investigated a nuisance violation at a north residence. Officers made an arrest for stealing at an east business and made an arrest on a warrant in the north part of town. Officers responded to a report of trespassing at an east residence.
Aug. 15: officers made four arrests for possession of a controlled substance

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Daily Record 8-28-15

CIRCUIT COURT
MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION
Petition Granted

Brenda Jean Howe vs. Joseph Henry Howe.
REAL ESTATE
Catherine A. Sims to Gregory Darrin Geib, Trustee.

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Commission Meeting Set For Tuesday

The Grundy County Commission will meet in regular session Tuesday at the courthouse.
The only item listed on the announced agenda is a 10 a.m. meeting with Ambulance Director Steve Tracy.

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