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Distirct Elks Soccer Shoot Winners

10-1 elks soccer shootSubmitted Photo
The Elks Club District Soccer Shoot was held Saturday in Chillicothe. Local winners included, from left, Allena Allen, second-place girls 12-13-years-old; Olivia Roberts, second-place girls 10-11-years-old; Emma Roberts, first-place girls 8-9-years-old; Gabriel Swann, first-place boys 12-13-years-old; and Trusten Streett, third-place boys seven-and-under. All were local winners of the Trenton Elks Soccer Shoot held in June. First-place finishers Swann and Emma Roberts advance to the Elks State Soccer Shoot

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TMS Softballers Get Victory

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Haley Kidd drives a pitch during the Trenton Middle School softball team’s 7-1 win over Princeton on Tuesday night on Griffin Field. Kidd was one-for-two in the win.

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Haley Kidd drives a pitch during the Trenton Middle School softball team’s 7-1 win over Princeton on Tuesday night on Griffin Field. Kidd was one-for-two in the win.

The Trenton Middle School softball team was in action on Tuesday night, playing host to Princeton on Griffin Field. Trenton picked up the win by a score of 7-1, moving to 10-1 on the season.
Ainsley Tolson took the

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THS Falls In Lathrop, TMS Wins

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs volleyball team was in action on the road on Tuesday night, traveling to Lathrop. Trenton had a tough time against the Lady Mules, falling in straight games 25-17, 25-15.
Alex Ewald led the way for Trenton with 10 assists, 14 digs and an ace. Lakisha Hughs had 10 kills and 10 digs.
With the loss, Trenton fell to 4-9-3 on the season. The Lady Bulldogs will

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Grundy Swept In Regular Season Finale In Eagleville

The Grundy R-5 High School softball teams were each handed close losses on the road in Eagleville on Tuesday night as North Harrison swept an HDC Conference doubleheader to close out the softball regular season for both schools. The Lady Panthers were handed a 5-1 loss while the Grundy R-5 boys fell by a lone run 3-2.
In the girls game, Grundy (3-5) fell behind 4-0 in the first inning,

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Here Comes Missouri Day

by Diane Lowrey
R-T Editor
It’s just around the corner. The Missouri Day Festival, that is.
In just two weeks, thousands of people will be descending on our community to attend what will be the 30th annual festival, which kicks off on Thursday, Oct. 16 and continues through Sunday, Oct. 19.
“Celebrating 30 Years – Remembering the 80’s” is the theme of this year’s event, which honors the 30-year history

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Trenton Woman Celebrates 100th Birthday Anniversary

Neva Chenoweth of Trenton, left, celebrated her 100th birthday anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014 at the Royal Inn Pizza. Pictured with her are her children, Bob Chenoweth and June Kahn.

Neva Chenoweth of Trenton, left, celebrated her 100th birthday anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014 at the Royal Inn Pizza. Pictured with her are her children, Bob Chenoweth and June Kahn.

Neva Arlene Spencer Chenoweth celebrated her 100th birthday anniversary with family and friends on Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014 at Royal Inn Pizza.
Although a little short on energy and the ability to run, Mrs. Chenoweth continues to enjoy good

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R-5 FFA Members Attend Chapter Degree Event

Photo Courtesy of Trenton FFA On Sept. 17, 11 members of the Grundy R-5 FFA chapter members attended the chapter degree ceremony held at the Cameron Middle School. At the ceremony the attendees listened to national officer Wes Davis speak. That evening six of the Grundy R-5 sophomores received their chapter FFA degree. Pictured are, from left, front row, CJ Baldwin, Matana Munday, Avery Webb, Wes Davis (National FFA Officer), Emma Novak, Hunter Shoemaker, Mikayla Smith, chapter degree recipients; back row, Emily Milazzo, Rebecca McLain, Emily Kenley, Mckenna Owens and Emily Torrey. (Submitted by co-reporter Matana Munday)

Photo Courtesy of Trenton FFA
On Sept. 17, 11 members of the Grundy R-5 FFA chapter members attended the chapter degree ceremony held at the Cameron Middle School. At the ceremony the attendees listened to national officer Wes Davis speak. That evening six of the Grundy R-5 sophomores received their chapter FFA degree. Pictured are, from left, front row, CJ Baldwin, Matana Munday, Avery Webb, Wes Davis (National FFA Officer),

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Laredo Recognizes Respectful Students

Submitted Photo “Kids with Character” at the Laredo R-7 School have been recognized for the character trait of “respect” for the month of September. They include, from left, front row, second grader Hannah Harris, kindergartener Lilly Stark, third grader, Aylin Velasquez Ortega; back row, seventh grader Tanner Williams and sixth grader Cooper Lewis. The students received a Laredo Tigers “Character Kid” t-shirt, donated by the Laredo ABC Club and Steve Howe Seed Sales of Wheeling.

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“Kids with Character” at the Laredo R-7 School have been recognized for the character trait of “respect” for the month of September. They include, from left, front row, second grader Hannah Harris, kindergartener Lilly Stark, third grader, Aylin Velasquez Ortega; back row, seventh grader Tanner Williams and sixth grader Cooper Lewis. The students received a Laredo Tigers “Character Kid” t-shirt, donated by the Laredo ABC Club and Steve

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Youth Leadership Trenton Under Way

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Ten area high school students will be participating in the 2014 Youth Leadership Program, sponsored by the city of Trenton and several business sponsors. The program is designed to develop leadership skills in the students while providing opportunities for those students to learn about their community. Alex Anderson, a member of the Youth Leadership Class of 2010, spoke to the group along with Jim Whitley, who was a member of the Adult Leadership Class in 2013. Participants include, from left, front row, Hannah Farmer, sponsored by the Trenton R-9 School District; Sadie Roy, sponsored by the City of Trenton; Ally Ockenfels, sponsored by Olsson and Associates; Mercedez Elliot, sponsored by Andereck, Evans, Widger, Johnson and Lewis, LLC; back row, Karley McCollum, sponsored by DPS Powder Coating; Martha Cool, sponsored by Andereck, Evans, Widger, Johnson and Lewis, LLC; Ellis Gilham, sponsored by North Central Missouri College; Chelsey Miller, sponsored by Dr. John Holcomb; Meghan Adams, sponsored by Trenton Municipal Utilities; and Chase Marsh, sponsored by Trenton Cinema. Community Developer Ralph Boots is the program coordinator.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
Ten area high school students will be participating in the 2014 Youth Leadership Program, sponsored by the city of Trenton and several business sponsors. The program is designed to develop leadership skills in the students while providing opportunities for those students to learn about their community. Alex Anderson, a member of the Youth Leadership Class of 2010, spoke to the group along with Jim Whitley, who was

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