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Sow Operation Proposed In Jefferson Township

Landowners with property adjoining acreage in Jefferson Township have been notified of plans to construct and operate a sow complex in that area.
The Pinnacle Group of Iowa Falls, IA, sent letters to five property owners in the Hickory area about the intentions of Trenton Farms RE, LLC of Pipeston, MN to construct the complex, which will house 6,056 sows, 320 nursery pigs and 960 swine over 55 pounds. Three

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Regional Cancer Care Service Expansion Benefits WMH

On Feb. 2, Liberty Hospital and Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City finalized an agreement to jointly provide expanded regional cancer care services on the campus of Liberty Hospital.
For patients receiving care at Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute at Wright Memorial Hospital, this change brings access to advanced care closer to home.
“Saint Luke’s mission is to provide the highest quality care close to home for our patients, whenever possible.

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Two Seek First Ward Post

Mark Moore

Mark Moore

Mark Moore
Mark Moore is seeking re-election as first ward councilman. A graduate of Trenton High School, he attended North Central Missouri College. He is co-owner/operator of Moore’s Home Center in Trenton. He and his wife, Bev Dougherty Moore, are the parents of two children, Mariah and Miles. He is a member of the First Baptist Church of Trenton, Trenton Elks Lodge No. 801 and spent several years

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Easter Services Planned

The Trenton Area Ministerial Alliance will be having a Good Friday service on Friday, April 3 as part of Easter celebrations planned in the community.
The community Good Friday service will be at 7 p.m. at the Ketcham Community Center. The service will be a journey through the Garden of Gethsemane to Mount Calvary through scripture, music and visual media. Music will be provided by various churches and area pastors

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Silent Auction To Benefit NCMC Scholarship Fund

The Administrative, Management and Professional staff at North Central Missouri College are hosting a silent auction basket sale on April 1 to benefit the NCMC Foundation Knowledge Scholarship Fund.
These themed baskets will be available for silent bid from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Cross Hall Coffee Shop.
Director of Development, Teresa Cross, says these types of events are important to the NCMC Foundation. 
“This basket auction not only

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Community Garage Sales

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor communitywide garage sales on Saturday, April 25.
Persons wanting to be included in the chamber list are asked to come by the chamber office at 617 Main St. to pick up a form. Forms are also available on the chamber website, www.trentonmochamber.com. There is a $10 charge to have your address included on the garage sale list, with the funds being used

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TMS Spring Fling

Trenton Middle School will be having its “Spring Fling” on Friday, April 17 at the school.
Several activities are planned for the evening, all of which will raise funds for middle school activities. Events kick off at 4 p.m. with the “Buy One, Get One Free” Scholastic Book Fair in the TMS Media Center. The book fair will last until 8 p.m.
The TMS PTO will sponsor a pizza dinner

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Laredo Preschool, Kindergarten Roundup

The Laredo R-7 School District will hold its preschool and kindergarten roundup on Friday, April 10 at the school.
Three-, four- and five-year-olds residing in the Laredo School District are eligible to be screened. Children who will be four years of age by Aug. 1 are eligible for the preschool program. To enroll a child, parents must schedule an appointment for the preschool screening.
Students now attending preschool will also

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Speech Class Service Project

The Trenton High School speech class will be pumping gas at a local convenience store this Saturday as part of a class service project.
Students will be at the TNT Convenience Store on 28th Street, pumping gas from 11 to 2 p.m. Any donations received by the students will go toward a school improvement project.

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