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Lady Pirates Land Mid-Year Recruit

Courtney Seymour

Courtney Seymour

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The North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates’ softball team added a mid-year recruit, signing Courtney Seymour of Platte County High School (front row, center). Seymour, who hit .409 and was an all-district and all-conference player, will join NCMC in January.

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Half Price Pirates’ Game

The North Central Missouri College men’s basketball team will be at home Saturday for a men’s-only match-up with Johnson County Community College. The game is set to tip off at 4 p.m. at the Ketcham Community Center.
With only one game scheduled, admission to the contest will be half price. The Pirates roll into the match-up with Johnson County as winners of their last three straight games and boast a

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Shirley Wins Grand Prize

Eleven-year-old Daniel Shirley of Trenton was the weekly national winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 123 points. For that mark, Shirley receives the grand prize of $500 in addition to the $30 local prize.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest include ServeLink, Hy-Vee, TNT Convenience, T&L Auto, Barnes-Baker, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri and Chumbley’s.

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Middle School Wrestlers In Action

The Trenton Middle School wrestling team traveled to Brookfield on Thursday night for action with the host school, Cameron and Marceline. Each Bulldog wrestled three matches on the night and Trenton finished with a team record of 6-12.
Tray Webb led Trenton, going 3-0 on the night. Noah Lewis went 2-1 and Austin Weyer was 1-2. Other Bulldogs in action included Kenadi Munson, Tommy Johnston and Sebastian Brown, all of

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TMS Girls Win Title, Boys Come Up Short

R-T Photo/Christy Tolson The Trenton Lady Bulldogs captured first place in the Princeton Middle School Tournament with a 52-12 win over Gallatin in the championship game Thursday night. Members of the team are, from left, front row, Werthen Gass, Macie Mayfield, Mykah Hurley, Ainsley Tolson; back row, Emma Gilham, Taylor Richman, Sidney Lynch, Saedee Jackson, Karli Provorse and Salem Croy.

R-T Photo/Christy Tolson
The Trenton Lady Bulldogs captured first place in the Princeton Middle School Tournament with a 52-12 win over Gallatin in the championship game Thursday night. Members of the team are, from left, front row, Werthen Gass, Macie Mayfield, Mykah Hurley, Ainsley Tolson; back row, Emma Gilham, Taylor Richman, Sidney Lynch, Saedee Jackson, Karli Provorse and Salem Croy.

The Trenton Middle School basketball teams were in action on

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Philip Rian Woodland

Philip Rian Woodland, a 59-year-old resident of Trenton, died on Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 at his home.
A private family gathering for a celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Mr. Woodland was on born May 16, 1955 in Gary, IN, the son of Jack Harvey and Julia Greek Woodland Strangio. He attended schools in Indiana and graduated from Roosevelt High School in St. Louis. He attended

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Building, Nuisance Board To Meet

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include declaration of a nuisance for properties at 120 Highland-Trailer #19 and 2701 Lulu St., a public hearing on property at 1001 Main St., discussion of the 2014-15 demolition project and an update on current structures and nuisances.

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City Council To Meet

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include setting the dates to file for the April 7 city council election, which includes election of four councilman for a two-year term and the four-year term of the mayor. The terms of councilmen Mark Moore, Mark Robinson, Travis Elbert and Jim Bush expire along with the term

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Share The Harvest Update

During the first week of the firearms deer season 26 deer were donated by area hunters to the Share the Harvest Program in Grundy County.
During the 2013 firearms deer season, 58 deer were donated that contributed to 2,700 pounds of venison available to help those that are food insecure. The cost of processing deer is shared by corporate sponsors organized by the Conservation Federation of Missouri and includes partners

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