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Council OKs Pole Replacement Project

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Trenton resident Dave Counsell, right, was presented with a “Key to the City” by Mayor Dr. Nick McHargue during Monday night’s Trenton City Council meeting. Counsell was recognized for his beautification efforts at the Haliburton Street fountain, an area he has taken care of for several years.

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Trenton resident Dave Counsell, right, was presented with a “Key to the City” by Mayor Dr. Nick McHargue during Monday night’s Trenton City Council meeting. Counsell was recognized for his beautification efforts at the Haliburton Street fountain, an area he has taken care of for several years.

After two votes and much discussion, the Trenton City Council agreed to hire a St. Joseph company to replace the

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Board Discusses Building Future

The Building and Nuisance Board heard a proposal from two individuals regarding the future of the Gilworth Building on Main Street during a meeting on Monday night.
Green Hills Regional Planning Commission Executive Director Randy Railsback and Assistant Director Jackie Soptic visited with the board about the building, which is owned by Larry Gilworth and has been the source of several complaints to the board over the years. Mrs. Soptic

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Child Seat Check Held

The Trenton Police Department and the Missouri State Highway Patrol participated today in a combined Safe to Schools Child Safety Restraint Enforcement program around the Rissler Elementary School.
Police Chief Tommy Wright said the goal of the program was to enforce child safety seat and seat belt usage laws as well as provide an increased law enforcement presence to deter speeding and other traffic violations. The results of the combined

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Daily Record 9-23-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Brianna S. White, 23, Galt, pleaded guilty to not maintaining financial responsibility for a vehicle and was fined $27.50 and $68.50 costs.
Having charges of not maintaining financial responsibility for a vehicle dismissed were Levi W. Easton, 20, Mercer; and Dawn D. Nickell, 30, Milan.
Lorinda M. McHargue, 47, Trenton, pleaded guilty to failing to display valid plates on a motor vehicle

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Three Arrested On Grundy County Warrants

Three persons have been arrested and are facing charges in Grundy County, including a Spickard man charged with passing bad checks.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, Juan Gallegos is charged with three counts of misdemeanor check charges stemming from checks he wrote in 2013, knowing they would not be paid.The checks include one written on Nov. 25 to Amoco for $100, one written on Dec. 4 to Amoco

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DAV Recognizes Local Volunteer

Dottie Reim

Dottie Reim

Grundy County RSVP volunteer Dottie Reim was recently recognized for her dedication to the Disabled American Veterans.
Mrs. Reim has given a total of 1,103 hours of her time to help the injured and ill veterans by driving them to and from their much needed appointments.
“There’s nothing quite as satisfying as being able to serve the ones who served and sacrificed for all of us,” wrote John

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Musical Set For Chillicothe

Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre will present the musical “Cotton Patch Gospel” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 30 at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center in Chillicothe.
The play is being presented by the Chillicothe Area Arts Council.
The show is a “joyous, musical adaptation of the Gospels of Matthew and John with the story of Jesus translated into the mid-20th-century American South and considers what might have happened had

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Trenton Gets In the Spirit

Submitted Photo Trenton High School kicked off Homecoming activities at school on Monday, which was “Hippie Day.” Both students and staff showed their “hippie-ness” by dressing in bright colors, headbands, etc.

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Trenton High School kicked off Homecoming activities at school on Monday, which was “Hippie Day.” Both students and staff showed their “hippie-ness” by dressing in bright colors, headbands, etc.

9-22 homecoming painting

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THS Celebrates Homecoming

Submitted Photo Trenton High School kicked off Homecoming activities at school on Monday, which was “Hippie Day.” Both students and staff showed their “hippie-ness” by dressing in bright colors, headbands, etc.

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Trenton High School kicked off Homecoming activities at school on Monday, which was “Hippie Day.” Both students and staff showed their “hippie-ness” by dressing in bright colors, headbands, etc.

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