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DNR Sets Public Hearing On Hog Farm

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting concerning the permitting of the proposed Trenton Farms RE LLC Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation.
The meeting will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 11 at Trenton High School. The purpose of the meeting is to understand and discuss public concerns about the CAFO relating to water quality issues only. The proposed location is Highway W,

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If You Toss, It’s Everyone’s Loss

By Jeff Berti
Can you imagine, a litter-free Missouri? Each year, our state spends millions of dollars cleaning up trash. Those are your tax dollars that could be better spent!
Missouri State Statute 577.070 states that: “A person commits the crime of littering if he/she throws or places, or causes to be thrown or placed, any glass, glass bottles, wire, nails, tacks, hedge, cans, garbage, trash, refuse, or rubbish of

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Emergency Services Log Report 5-22-15

Trenton Police Department
May 14: officers responded to a suicide threat at a west residence and investigated child abuse/neglect at a north residence.
May 15: officers responded to a peace disturbance at a west residence and investigated a report of fraud at a north residence. Harassment was reported at a south residence.
May 16: an arrest was made for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia in

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Daily Record 5-22-15

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Anthony W. Hecker, 23, Laredo, pleaded guilty to not wearing a seat belt and was fined $10. A charge of not maintaining financial responsibility for a vehicle was dismissed.
Charges of not maintaining financial responsibility for a vehicle were dismissed against Whitney L. Thomas, 19, Cainsville; Robert M. Manuel, 66, Trenton; Jesse R. Webb, 51, Trenton; and Scott E. Robinson, 35, Meadville.

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Bond Posted For Failing To Appear

A Milan man has posted bond after being arrested for failing to appear in court.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, Robert A. Brandon, 33, was arrested after failing to appear in court on charges of first degree tampering and second degree property damage, both class B misdemeanors. He has posted $400 cash-only bond and is scheduled to appear in court May 26.

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Mishap At 15th Street Driveway

No injuries were reported in an accident investigated Thursday by the Trenton Police Department.
According to Officer Randy Burks’ report, the mishap occurred when a vehicle driven by Carissa R. Rogers of Trenton was westbound on 15th Street approaching a driveway at 403 W. 15th St. Veronica Vestal of Trenton was backing from that driveway and failed to see Mrs. Rogers’ vehicle, backing into it. Ms. Vestal, 21, was ticketed

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Princeton Chamber Makes Plans

The Princeton Chamber of Commercer met May 13 at Bristol Manor, with seven members present.
The meeting was called to order by Kelly Bertrand and the minutes and treasurer’s reports were approved. It was reported that there are 10 food concessions and two non-food concessions signed up for The Big Bam Bicycle Ride coming through Princeton on June 24. There are currently over 1,000 riders scheduled to take part. Support

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Pvt. John Hack: Trenton’s Only Medal of Honor Recipient

Pvt. John Hack is Trenton's only Medal of Honor recipient, honored for his service to the Union in the Civil War. He lived more than 40 years in Trenton and is buried at Maple Grove Cemetery.

Pvt. John Hack is Trenton’s only Medal of Honor recipient, honored for his service to the Union in the Civil War. He lived more than 40 years in Trenton and is buried at Maple Grove Cemetery.


Editor’s Note: In remembrance of those who have served our nation, the Republican-Times is publishing a story about Trenton’s first and only Medal of Honor rccipient Pvt. John Hack. The article was written by

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Garden Project Gets Under Way

Area residents looking for a chance to volunteer and share in fresh produce will have the opportunity to do so this summer at the The Garden.
The Garden, formerly known as the Community Garden, is located at the corner of 18th Street and Harris Avenue, behind the food pantry. Volunteers are needed from 4 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday and from 7 to 10 a.m on Saturdays.

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