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Poosey Fall Driving Tour

By Jeff Berti
With autumn-like weather arriving this week, sunny days and mild temperatures usually make people want to get outdoors. Locally, the Missouri Day festival will be in full swing this weekend, offering various kinds of entertainment. On Sunday, after you have visited the festival, why not head south to the Poosey Conservation Area for the annual Fall Driving Tour.
Sunday, Oct. 19, will be the 28th annual Poosey

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Trenton Lands Six On All-District Team

The Class 2 All-District 16 Girls Softball Team was announced earlier this week and the Trenton Lady Bulldogs were well represented. Trenton landed four players on the first team and another two on the second team for a total of six selections.
Trenton’s first-team picks were pitcher Mallory Hooyman, catcher Lexie Tolson, shortstop McKinley Hurley and utility player Daryian Otto, who played multiple positions for Trenton this season. On the

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Pleasant View Begins Season

The Pleasant View R-6 boys’ seventh and eighth grade basketball season got under way on Tuesday night and continued Thursday night.
On Tuesday, the Blue Jays picked up a 27-24 overtime victory against Bishop Hogan on the road in Chillicothe. The Blue Jays were paced by Dylan Harris, who scored 21 points in the victory. Bishop Hogan was paced by CJ Pfaff, who had eight points.
On Thursday night, the

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Creason Wins Power Points

Lindsay Creason of Trenton was the weekly winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 121 points. For her score, Creason receives the $30 local prize for the week. On the national level, Johnny Palmer of Mt. Vernon, IL was the grand prize winner after tallying a score of 130 points.
Local sponsors of the Power Points contest include ServeLink, Hy-Vee, TNT Convenience, T&L Auto, Barnes-Baker, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri

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2014 Missouri Day Business Yard Decorating Contest – Second Place

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments, located at 1311 E. 28th St., was the second-place winner in the 2014 Missouri Day Business Yard Decorating Contest.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments, located at 1311 E. 28th St., was the second-place winner in the 2014 Missouri Day Business Yard Decorating Contest.

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2014 Missouri Day Business Yard Decorating Contest- First Place

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig The law firm of Andereck, Evans, Widger, Johnson and Lewis, located at 910 Washington St., was the first-place winner in the 2014 Missouri Day Business Yard Decorating Contest.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
The law firm of Andereck, Evans, Widger, Johnson and Lewis, located at 910 Washington St., was the first-place winner in the 2014 Missouri Day Business Yard Decorating Contest.

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Missouri Day Festival Officially Opens

U.S. and Missouri flags lined Main Street and Ninth Street, wavy proudly, to signify the Missouri Day Festival Weekend, which gets under way today and continues through Sunday.

U.S. and Missouri flags lined Main Street and Ninth Street, wavy proudly, to signify the Missouri Day Festival Weekend, which gets under way today and continues through Sunday.

The THS Gold Rush Choir performed during the Missouri Day Opening ceremonies on Thursday night.

The THS Gold Rush Choir performed during the Missouri Day Opening ceremonies on Thursday night.

The guest speaker at Thursday night's Missouri Day Opening Ceremonies was Carol Elliott, who served as co-chairman of the first Missouri Day Festival.

The guest speaker at Thursday night’s Missouri Day Opening Ceremonies was Carol Elliott, who served as co-chairman of the first Missouri Day Festival.

Members of the committee

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2014 Missouri Day Residential Yard Decorating – Second Place

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig Derrick and Keri Gott of 1715 St. Joseph St., were the second-place winners in the 2014 Missouri Day Residential Yard Decorating Contest.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
Derrick and Keri Gott of 1715 St. Joseph St., were the second-place winners in the 2014 Missouri Day Residential Yard Decorating Contest.

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2014 Missouri Day Residential Yard Decorating – First Place

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig Craig and Tosha Loyd of 715 Normal St., were the first-place winners in the 2014 Missouri Day Residential Yard Decorating Contest.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
Craig and Tosha Loyd of 715 Normal St., were the first-place winners in the 2014 Missouri Day Residential Yard Decorating Contest.

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