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Trenton Wins Its Second-Straight GRC Game By Run Rule

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Whitley Richman drives an RBI double during the first inning of Trenton’s 10-0 win over Princeton on Thursday night at Griffin Field. Richman finished the game, which the Lady Bulldogs won 10-0, going 2-for-3 with the RBI and two runs scored.

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Whitley Richman drives an RBI double during the first inning of Trenton’s 10-0 win over Princeton on Thursday night at Griffin Field. Richman finished the game, which the Lady Bulldogs won 10-0, going 2-for-3 with the RBI and two runs scored.

The Trenton High School softball team played its second game of the season on Thursday night, another

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Lady Bulldogs Fall For The Third Time This Week

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton sophomore Karli Provorse dives for a dig during the Lady Bulldogs’ home match with Chillicothe on Thursday night. Provorse and the Lady Bulldogs dropped the match 25-13, 25-9.

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Trenton sophomore Karli Provorse dives for a dig during the Lady Bulldogs’ home match with Chillicothe on Thursday night. Provorse and the Lady Bulldogs dropped the match 25-13, 25-9.

The tough start to the 2016 season continued for the Trenton High School volleyball team on Thursday night as the Lady Bulldogs were handed a 25-13, 25-9 loss by visiting Chillicothe. The loss was the third this week,

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Spickard Fall Festival Planned

A full slate of activities is on tap for the 2016 Spickard Fall Festival, which will be held on Sept. 8-11.
A parade, baby show, four-wheeler races and music are just some of the events planned this year. Kicking off this year’s schedule on Thursday, Sept. 8 will be submission of exhibits at the Wise Community Center from 3 to 6 p.m. Exhibits include quilts, needlework, fruits, vegetables, canned goods,

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Tennis Team Gets Second Win With Road Victory In Savannah

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs scored their second dual tennis victory of the season on Thursday afternoon with a 7-2 victory on the road in Savannah. Trenton dropped just one singles match and one doubles match en route to the victory.
Savannah’s Jacey Cornelius upended Claire Utley in the number one singles match, 8-3, but Trenton would take the five remaining individual match-ups. Lauren Dolan, Samantha Mihalovich and Madison Searcy all

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Council Interviews Two For City Administrator’s Post

Interviews were held on Thursday night at Trenton City Hall with the first two candidates for the position of city administrator.
City Clerk and Interim City Administrator Cindy Simpson said two individuals were interviewed by the city council during an executive session, closed to the public and news media. Seven of the eight city council members, along with Mayor Dr. Nick McHargue, were present for the interviews. Third ward councilman

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Golf Ball Drop Moved

Because of the threat of rain over the weekend, the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce has announced a change in location for the golf ball drop activities at 6 p.m.
The drop will now take place near Hole 1 of the Riverside Country Club, which is on the Ridgeway Street side of the course. This will allow for the truck from which the balls are to be dropped to remain

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Relay For Life Moved Indoors

Because of the threat of rain over the weekend, the Grundy County Relay for Life activities on Saturday have been moved indoors.
The event will now be held inside of the Trenton High School in the gymnasium and commons areas. The building will be open at 1 p.m. for teams to set up, with the actual activities beginning at 4 p.m. Events will continue through 10 p.m., following the same

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Commission To Meet On Tuesday

The Grundy County Commission will meet on Tuesday at the Grundy County Courthouse for its regular weekly meeting.
The commission is scheduled to meet at 10 a.m. with Ambulance Supervisor Steve Tracy, which is the only item on the announced agenda.

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Missouri State Fair Family

Photo Courtesy of Missouri State Fair The David Meservey family was honored as the Grundy County State Fair Farm Family during Missouri Farm Family Day on Aug. 15 at the state fair. The Meservey family was selected for the honor by the Grundy County Extension Council and the local Farm Bureau. They own a row crop cattle operation and are active in various county activities. Pictured are, from left, front row, Marcy Meservey, Warren Meservey, Mason Meservey, David Meservey; back row, Marshall Stewart, vice chancellor for extension and engagement with the University of Missouri Extension; Sherry Jones, state fair commissioner; Mark Wolf, state fair director; Lowell Mohler, state fair commissioner; Richard Fordyce, Missouri Director of Agriculture; and Blake Hurst, Missouri Farm Bureau President.

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The David Meservey family was honored as the Grundy County State Fair Farm Family during Missouri Farm Family Day on Aug. 15 at the state fair. The Meservey family was selected for the honor by the Grundy County Extension Council and the local Farm Bureau. They own a row crop cattle operation and are active in various county activities. Pictured are, from left, front

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