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Ronald “Eddie” Eller

Ronald “Eddie” Eller, a 45-year-old resident of Eagleville, died on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at a Las Vegas, NV hospital.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015 at the First Christian Church in Eagleville, under the direction of Roberson Funeral Home of Eagleville. Following the services, the body will be cremated with inurnment at a later date in Cedar Hill Cemetery at Blythedale.
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Trenton Boys Just Miss Upset Of Top-Seeded East Buchanan

The Trenton High School boys basketball team’s defense was good. East Buchanan’s was better.
Trenton narrowly missed an upset of the top-seeded team in the Hamilton Tournament on Thursday night, falling 46-39 to East Buchanan in the semifinals.
Trenton found themselves down 13-10 after the first quarter and down 24-19 at halftime. The Bulldogs weren’t able to make up any ground in the third quarter as each team managed just

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Wrestlers Win Two On Road

The Trenton High School wrestling team was in action on the road on Thursday night in Stanberry, facing the host school and Rock Port. Trenton came away with two victories, defeating Stanberry 52-15 and Rock Port 48-27.
vs. Stanberry
The dual with the host school began at 106, where both schools were open. Trenton quickly ran out to a lead without having to wrestle a match as Conner Lovell (113),

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JV Picks Up Home Sweep

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Hunter Dugan fires a pass during the Trenton JV boys’ 41-33 win over Marceline on Thursday night in Trenton. The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Bulldogs.

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Hunter Dugan fires a pass during the Trenton JV boys’ 41-33 win over Marceline on Thursday night in Trenton. The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Bulldogs.

Trenton’s junior varsity basketball teams were at home on Thursday night, playing host to Marceline. Trenton swept the night’s match-up, taking the girls’ game 34-17 and the boys’ contest 41-33.
Lady Bulldogs
The Trenton girls jumped out to

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 1-29-15

Gilman City Girls 53
North Harrison Girls 41

The Gilman City High School girls’ basketball team topped North Harrison on Thursday night, defeating the Lady Shamrocks for the second time in as many weeks. This victory advanced the Lady Hawks to the championship game of the Gilman City Tournament.
Gilman City took command early, jumping out to a 13-9 lead in the first quarter and pushing the advantage to 30-20

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Bonding Proposal Would Benefit NCMC

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — State senators on Thursday approved a plan to use about $400 million in bonds to repair college campuses, the Capitol and other state buildings across Missouri.
Senators voted 31-3 in favor of two proposals to use $200 million in bonding for higher education buildings and another $200 million in bonding at other state facilities, including state parks.
New roofs, additions for handicapped access and heating

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Park Board To Meet On Wednesday

The Trenton Park Board will hold its regular monthly meeting at 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 4 at the Rock Barn. This is a change from the normal meeting place.
Items on the announced agenda include discussion of the Rock Barn bathrooms, discussion of disc golf at Moberly Park, discussion of the budget, discussion of the upper Moberly Park ballfield, the superintendent’s report and reports by the pool, grounds, finance

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Purchasing Committee OKs Items

The Purchasing Committee of the Trenton City Council met this morning, approving three items of which one will be forwarded to the council for further action.
City Clerk Cindy Simpson said the committee voted to send to the council a proposal for engineering services for the wastewater pre-treatment program review, approved earlier this week by the Board of Public Works. The review involves changes to the Trenton Municipal Utilities Significant

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LDS Church To Host Free Program

“Treasures of Polynesia” will be performing at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Trenton at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 7. The production is free and open to the public.
“Treasures of Polynesia” is a family performing group who share music and dances of the Polynesian Islands with the public. They have performed for senior centers, business functions and family events.
No tickets are necessary, and refreshments

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