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Awards Presented At Trenton City Council Meeting

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey The Trenton Police Department has been recognized by MIRMA, the city’s liability insurance carrier, for having completed 100 percent of training for the last year. Interim City Administrator Cindy Simpson, left, presented the award to Police Chief Tommy Wright during Monday night’s council meeting.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
The Trenton Police Department has been recognized by MIRMA, the city’s liability insurance carrier, for having completed 100 percent of training for the last year. Interim City Administrator Cindy Simpson, left, presented the award to Police Chief Tommy Wright during Monday night’s council meeting.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Dr. Albert Cross, right, received the “Tidy Up Award” from Trenton City Councilman Allan Quilty, left, during Monday night’s city council meeting. Dr. Cross was recognized for cleaning up along First and Linn streets.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
Dr. Albert Cross, right, received the “Tidy Up Award” from Trenton City Councilman Allan Quilty, left, during Monday night’s city

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TMU Director Resigns Position

The Trenton City Council will be looking to fill a second administrative position following the announcement of the resignation of Trenton Municipal Utilities Director Chad Davis.
During Monday night’s council meeting, Davis announced he will be leaving on Sept. 2 to become operations manager for the city of Rolla’s municipal utilities system. Davis, who has been with TMU since July 1, 2002, said he will continue to work with all

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Demolition Project List Gets Initial Approval

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council has approved a list of eight structures to be included in its 2016-17 demolition project, with the final list to be determined once cost estimates are received on asbestos and slate siding removal.
During a meeting on Monday night, the board approved Red Rock of Hamilton to do the demolition work as the company submitted the lowest of two bids

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Spickard Board OKs Handbooks, Bids

The Spickard R-2 Board of Education met on Monday night, approving several items in anticipation of the start of school in August.
According to information provided by Superintendent Burnie Schneiderheinze, approval was given to the student and faculty handbooks for the 2016-17 school year. Bids were approved from Ferrell Gas for propane, Anderson-Erickson for dairy products and MFA for diesel fuel and gasoline.
Kelli Girdner was approved as board secretary.

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TMS Back To School Party

The Trenton Middle School Student Council will sponsor a free “Back to School Pool Party” on Friday, Aug. 12.
All students entering fith through eighth grade at TMS this fall are invited to attend. The event will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Trenton Family Aquatic Center.

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Washington DC DVDs Available

Trenton Middle School students and parents who participated in the recent trip to Washington, DC may now pick up their trip DVDs at the Republican-Times office.
Each person who went on the trip will receive a DVD, which was included in the price of the trip. The R-T office, located at 122 E. Eighth St., is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

The Trenton Police Department’s Selective Traffic Enforcement streets for the week of July 25 include Normal Street, Mable Street and Oklahoma Avenue.
The Selective Traffic Enforcement 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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Dog Blamed In Monday Accident

A dog in the cab of a semi is being blamed for an accident Monday morning that sent a Trenton woman to the hospital.
According to Trenton Police Officer Randy Burks’ accident report, the mishap occurred on Ninth Street, near Shanklin Avenue. The driver of the semi, Charles C. Russell, Jr., of Kansas City, was westbound on Ninth Street when his dog jumped up on his arm, causing him to

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Daily Record 7-26-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
William J. Stout, Dallas Center, IA, pleaded guilty to unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and possession of up to 35 grams of marijuana, both class A misdemeanors. He was fined $300 on each charge and is to pay $116.50 costs. He also pleaded guilty to speeding and was fined $51.50 and $68.50 costs.
Daniel J. Lafoille, Carrollton, pleaded guilty to speeding and

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