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TBA Results 6-29-15

TBA Pee Wee BoysR-T Photo/Seth Herrold
The Pee Wee boys of the Trenton Ball Association were in action on Monday night at Upper Moberly Field. Two games were played with the Pirates topping the Minecrafters 18-0 and the Royals trouncing the Indians 21-5. At left, Gavin McAtee throws to first for an out during the Pirates’ victory.

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July 4 Closings

Several offices and businesses have announced their plans to close on Friday and/or Saturday in observance of the July 4 holiday.
Closed on Friday will be the Trenton City Hall/Trenton Municipal Utilities, Grundy County Courthouse, Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce/License Bureau, Grundy County-Jewett Norris Library, the Grundy County Health Department, the Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney, North Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center, Green Hills Regional Planning Commission (the Career Center will also

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Area Foster Families Sought

Grundy County and its surrounding counties of Harrison, Mercer and Putnam have more than 90 children in foster care.
Although many children have found homes with relatives, others are in need of foster families. Unfortunately, the demand for foster homes is quickly exceeding the supply. In order to meet the demand, Healthy Families Programs, an agency within Cornerstones of Care, is asking community members to consider becoming foster parents.
“Our

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

The following are the Selective Traffic Enforcement Streets for the City of Trenton for the week of June 29: Crowder Road, Iowa Boulevard and Main Street.
The Trenton Police Department will be monitoring the roadways and streets for traffic violations such as speeding, careless and imprudent driving and failing to stop at stop signs.

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Wildfires Result In Hazy Skies

Smoke from wildfires in Canada is the cause of hazy skies that have been seen recently in this area.
According to the National Weather Service, a jet stream traveling from Canada is carrying the smoke from wildfires southward into the United States. The haze from the smoke has been seen as far south as Springfield, according to the weather service and was also the reason for the red appearance of

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ConAgra Holds Health Fair

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey ConAgra promoted a community health and wellness fair on the North Central Missouri College campus at the Ketcham Community Center on Friday. This event included a variety of informational booths on health care topics provided by NCMC Level I nursing students and other vendors such as Cox Family Dentistry, Hy-Vee, Grundy County Ambulance, Princeton Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, Trenton Police Department, Hospice Advantage, North Central Missouri Mental Health, Wright Memorial Hospital, Trenton Fire Department, Five Star Chiropractic, Peak Ergonomics, the Grundy County Sheriff, Glenn Briggs and Missouri State Highway Patrol. The event included free blood pressure and adult oral cancer screenings, an AmeriHeart Exhibit and AmeriBreast Exhibit, the world’s only walk through tour of the human breasts with an emphasis on breast cancer education and prevention. Also provided was a rollover simulator by the highway patrol, an impaired driving obstacle course by the Trenton Police Department and a fire simulator by the Trenton Fire Department. The event was open to ConAgra employees, their families and the general public.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
ConAgra promoted a community health and wellness fair on the North Central Missouri College campus at the Ketcham Community Center on Friday. This event included a variety of informational booths on health care topics provided by NCMC Level I nursing students and other vendors such as Cox Family Dentistry, Hy-Vee, Grundy County Ambulance, Princeton Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, Trenton Police Department, Hospice Advantage, North Central Missouri

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Princeton Chamber Meets

The Princeton Chamber of Commerce met on June 17, discussing a number of upcoming activities.
Kelly Bertrand called the meeting to order and discussed the Big Bam Bicycle Ride, which was held last week. There was a discussion concerning the possibility of the chamber buying a lot, which will not happen because of a lack of money. It was decided to pay a local business for use of their postage

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Tractor Cruise At Princeton

As part of the July 4 activities at Princeton, a tractor cruise will be held.
Participants will meet at the Mercer County Fairgrounds at 1 p.m., then travel to Lineville, IA and be back in time for the Independence Day activities planned at the Princeton School football field.

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Delbert Prothero

Delbert Dwight Prothero, 76, of Jamesport went to join his beloved wife Rose on Sunday, June 28, 2015 after fighting a brief battle with liver cancer.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, July 2, 2015 at the Shelburne Baptist Church near Trenton. Burial will be at the Shelburne Cemetery.
Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at McWilliams Funeral Home in

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