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Daily Record 9-1-15

CIRCUIT COURT
Circuit Division
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
Cody M. Ireland, 25, Trenton, pleaded guilty to unlawful operation of an all-terrain vehicle on the highway and was fined $27.50 and $68.50 costs. He also pleaded guilty to operating an all-terrain vehicle on the highway in excess of 30 miles per hour and was fined $27.50 and $68.50 costs.
Clinton A. Lewis, 36, Chillicothe, pleaded guilty to an amended

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Lady Bulldogs Improve, But Fall 6-3

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton’s Codi DeLong hits a return shot against Chillicothe’s Gracy Reeter on Monday at the THS tennis courts. The Lady Bulldogs lost the dual 6-3, but DeLong scored a 9-7 victory over Reeter in her singles match.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton’s Codi DeLong hits a return shot against Chillicothe’s Gracy Reeter on Monday at the THS tennis courts. The Lady Bulldogs lost the dual 6-3, but DeLong scored a 9-7 victory over Reeter in her singles match.

The Trenton High School girls’ tennis team bounced back from a rough dual against Savannah, but it still wasn’t enough to overcome Chillicothe on Monday at the THS tennis courts.

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Smith’s Big Night Helps Tigers Top Putnam, 34-25

The Princeton High School football team scored a 34-25 victory over Putnam County on Friday night at home on Eddie Allen Field, moving the Tigers to 1-1 overall on the season. The win was the second in the past three seasons, making the Tigers 2-1 against their former coach Dave Cavanah, who has guided the Putnam County Midgets the past three seasons.
Princeton was able to power past Putnam County

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Trenton JV Roughed Up By Lexington, Falls 50-8

The Trenton junior varsity football team was on the road in Lexington Monday evening and returned home on the wrong side of a 50-8 blowout.
Trenton fell behind early and Lexington ran up a 30-0 lead midway through the third quarter. Lexington continued to pour it on, stretching the advantage to 36-0 with 3:37 to go in the third quarter. With two minutes to play in the game, the lead

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Grundy R-5 Girls Shutout In Season Opener, 21-0

The Grundy R-5 Lady Panthers faced off with Pattonsburg on Monday night in Galt in what was both the season and HDC opener for the Lady Panthers.
Grundy yielded three runs in the first inning and it was all downhill from there as Pattonsburg plated four more in the second, five in the third, two in the fourth and seven in the fifth. The Lady Panthers meanwhile were unable to

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Bulldog Bark – iPads Now In All Grade Levels At THS

by Ron Franklin
THS Principal
The Trenton R-9 School district entered into the next phase of the 1:1 iPad initiative with the inclusion of all four grades at the high school for the 2015-16 school year. Through the two registration days conducted this month nearly 350 new iPads were brought into our network. This initiative now allows Trenton students in grades seven through 12 to begin the school year with

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TDIA Has Funds To Loan After Tax Credits Sold

The Trenton Downtown Improvement Association now has over $200,000 in funds available to loan to property owners in the downtown area to make improvements to their buildings.
TDIA Vice President Cathie Smith said that the group has sold all of its tax credits the group received through the Neighborhood Assistance Program of the Missouri Department of Economic Development. The remaining available tax credits were recently sold, giving the TDIA money

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Softball Game Lineup Announced

There are 26 local “celebrities” scheduled to play in this year’s Hometown Celebrity vs. Trenton Heroes (Developmentally Disabled Individuals of Grundy County) softball game, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 12 at Griffin Field.
The event is a fundraiser, with donations going to purchase handicap playground equipment for the Trenton Park Department.
The public is encouraged to come out and cheer on their favorite “Hero” or “Celebrity.” Opening ceremonies will take place

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R-T Sponsoring Hometown Trivia Contest

A new contest is starting this week in the Trenton Republican-Times and the Green Hills Weekly.
Hometown Trenton Trivia appears on the back page of today’s newspaper.
The contest features 14 multiple-choice questions about Trenton Trivia located on ads of 14 sponsors. To participate, circle the correct answers on each ad and then return the entire page to the Republican-Times office at 122 E. 8th Street or mail it to

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