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NOT DEAD YET

Bulldogs Show They Still Have Some Fight Left With A 41-26 Road Win

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton quarterback Dalton Ellis runs through a Concordia defender during the Bulldogs’ 41-26 win over the Orioles Friday night. Ellis ran for 47 yards and a touchdown and threw for 59 yards and two more touchdowns.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton quarterback Dalton Ellis runs through a Concordia defender during the Bulldogs’ 41-26 win over the Orioles Friday night. Ellis ran for 47 yards and a touchdown and threw for 59 yards and two more touchdowns.


On most nights in high school football, a team with just one win that finds itself down 20-6

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Payne Anniversary

Lloyd and Carole Payne

Lloyd and Carole Payne

Lloyd and Carole Payne of Trenton will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014 with a family dinner at the Gilman City Methodist Church, followed by an open reception from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. They are the parents of a daughter, Kathryn Witten and her husband, Richard of Trenton, and a son, Mark Payne and his wife, Peggy of St. Joseph. They also

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Missouri Day Parade Winners

A float by Preferred Family Healthcare won the “Spirit of Missouri Day” prize during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

A float by Preferred Family Healthcare won the “Spirit of Missouri Day” prize during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

The oldest tractor in the Missouri Day Parade was a 1930 Twin City 21-21, driven by Mary Olson of Altamont.

The oldest tractor in the Missouri Day Parade was a 1930 Twin City 21-21, driven by Mary Olson of Altamont.

The NCMC Teacher Education Program won the Best Organizational Float in the Missouri Day Parade

The NCMC Teacher Education Program won the Best Organizational Float in the Missouri Day Parade

The Best Youth Entry in the Missouri Day Parade was entered by L&P Dance Performance Center.

The Best Youth Entry in the Missouri Day Parade was entered by L&P Dance Performance Center.

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Even More Scenes From the 2014 Missouri Day Festival

Vendors at the Missouri Day Festival drew big crowds.

Vendors at the Missouri Day Festival drew big crowds.

Face painting was a big interest for children at the Missouri Day Festival.

Face painting was a big interest for children at the Missouri Day Festival.

Miss Missouri, Jessica Hartman, rode in Saturday's Missouri Day Parade

Miss Missouri, Jessica Hartman, rode in Saturday’s Missouri Day Parade

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More Scenes From the 2014 Missouri Day Festival

Homemade doughtnuts were a hit at the Missouri Day Festival on Saturday.

Homemade doughtnuts were a hit at the Missouri Day Festival on Saturday.

Sunday's car show drew 126 entries from four states.

Sunday’s car show drew 126 entries from four states.

The Princeton High School Band participated in the field show competition at Saturday's Missouri Day Marching Band Festival.

The Princeton High School Band participated in the field show competition at Saturday’s Missouri Day Marching Band Festival.

Friday night's pie baking contest had just six entries, but a tasty six entries they were.

Friday night’s pie baking contest had just six entries, but a tasty six entries they were.

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Scenes From 2014 Missouri Day Festival

An entry by George Hess was the Viewer's Choice Winner at the Missouri Day Quilt Festival.

An entry by George Hess was the Viewer’s Choice Winner at the Missouri Day Quilt Festival.

Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr made an appearance during Saturday's Missouri Day Festival Parade.

Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr made an appearance during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

Gary Olsen of Altamont had the Best of Show Tractor during Saturday's Missouri Day Parade.

Gary Olsen of Altamont had the Best of Show Tractor during Saturday’s Missouri Day Parade.

There was something for everyone at the Missouri Day Festival Flea Market.

There was something for everyone at the Missouri Day Festival Flea Market.

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

The following are the Selective Traffic Enforcement Streets for the City of Trenton for the week of Oct. 20: East and West 10th, Pleasant Plain and Crowder Road.
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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WMH Equipment Sale

Wright Memorial Hospital is holding a one-day benefit sale of items left in the old WMH building on East First Street.
The sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday and is open to the public. The sale is a pay-what-you-want, take-what-you-want event, with proceeds benefiting the Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Equipped for the Future campaign.
Items available include desks, office chairs, waiting room furniture, shelving,

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Missouri Day Festival A Success

A float by Preferred Family Healthcare won the “Spirit of Missouri Day” prize during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

A float by Preferred Family Healthcare won the “Spirit of Missouri Day” prize during Saturday’s Missouri Day Festival Parade.

The weather couldn’t have been any better as the 2014 Missouri Day Festival drew some of its biggest crowds ever.
The addition of a third day on Friday allowed persons to take advantage of some early shopping prior to the full schedule of activities held on Saturday and Sunday. According to

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