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Trenton vs. Lexington Game Updates

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- Lexington defeats Trenton 34-6 in Trenton. Bulldogs now 0-2 overall.
- Tommie Smith 88-yard TD run. Neer PAT good. Lexington 34, Trenton 6. 8:11 left in the game.
- Tommie Smith 4-yard TD run. Neer PAT wide left Lexington 27, Trenton 6. 10:52 left in the game.
- End of the third quarter, Trenton trails Lexington 21-6.
- Corbyn Conley 19-yard TD catch from Reece Gassen. Neer PAT. Lexington

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Lady Bulldogs Place Fifth At Irish Invitational

The Trenton High School girls golf team was in action Thursday, traveling to St. Joseph for the Lafayette Irish Invitational at the Moila Country Club. The Lady Bulldogs carded a team score of 477 to place fifth in the seven-team field.
“The girls played pretty well,” Lady Bulldogs’ Coach Jeremy Austin said. “It was still pretty hot, but we had girls go out and do pretty well in our first

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Volleyball Team Falls To Chillicothe

Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton’s Sarah Walker goes up for a kill during the Lady Bulldogs’ 25-13, 25-14 loss to Chillicothe Thursday night in Trenton. Walker led Trenton with six kills in the loss while Alex Ewald tallied 10 digs, three assists and one ace. Lakisha Hughs had an ace as well. With the loss, Trenton fell to 0-3 on the season. Trenton will look to rebound on Tuesday,

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Trenton Netters Upended By The Lady Savages

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs hight school tennis team suffered it’s second loss in as many days Thursday, falling 8-1 on the road in Savannah.
Trenton was handed losses at number one and two as Alvynne Villacampa was dealt an 8-2 loss and Hannah Sowder fell 8-2 as well. Ashley Allen gave Trenton it’s first win of the season at number three, however, topping Savannah’s Lauren Maize 8-3.
That would be

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Remembering The 1984 THS Football Team

by Diane Lowrey
R-T Editor
While it’s been 30 years since the Trenton High School football team won its first and only Midland Empire Conference title, for one member of that squad, the championship season seems it just happened.
“It does seem like it was just yesterday,” former THS football coach and current athletic director Wes Croy said in remembering what he refers to as a “magical year” for he

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Local Family Sees Need For WMH Equipment

Jim and Amber Shippen

Jim and Amber Shippen

The African proverb “It takes a village to raise a child” means that the work of raising a child cannot be done alone, rather, an entire community must participate to some extent. Trenton business couple Jim and Amber Shippen live by this proverb to the fullest. The most recent announced contributors to the “Equipped for the Future” campaign being conducted by the Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation

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TDIA Makes First Loans From Tax Credit Funds

Improvements to two downtown buildings will be partially financed with loans from the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association.
The TDIA Governing Board on Wednesday approved loan applications from the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce and Wesley United Methodist Church for building projects. Funding for the loans will come from donations to TDIA made through the sale of state income tax credits.
Funds loaned to the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will

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Former Resident’s Art To Be Sold At Art Fest

Painting by Marlene Moore Alexander This watercolor by former Trenton resident Marlene Moore Alexander will be among art work offered for sale during the “Art Fest 2014” fundraiser on Sept. 13 at the North 65 Center.

Painting by Marlene Moore Alexander
This watercolor by former Trenton resident Marlene Moore Alexander will be among art work offered for sale during the “Art Fest 2014” fundraiser on Sept. 13 at the North 65 Center.

Among those having donated art work for the North 65 Center’s “Art Fest 2014” fundraiser is former Trenton resident and Trenton High School graduate Marlene Moore Alexander.
Mrs. Alexander, who currently resides in Bend,

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Newspaper Is Topic Of Program

Trenton Republican-Times publisher Wendell Lenhart presented the program at Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Troy Smith was the program chairman.
Lenhart told about the newspaper, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary as a publication. He gave a brief history of the newspaper, which was established on Sept. 4, 1864 by Col. W.B. Rogers, who was a colonel in the Civil War. The newspaper has been owned by three families throughout

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