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Wesley Window Work

Work is under way at the Wesley United Methodist Church to install new energy-efficient windows in the education wing of the building, thanks to funding through the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association revolving loan program. Wesley was one of two entities to whom loans have been made from the sale of tax credits by the TDIA. TDIA was awarded $446,116 in tax credits through the Missouri Department of Economic Development’s Neighborhood Assistance Program. Donations from the sale of these tax credits are deposited in a low-interest revolving loan fund to be initially spent on downtown commercial building projects. Once the initial loans have been repaid, those funds can be loaned for business and public improvement projects throughout Trenton. The church has three years to pay back the loan. Businesses and individuals with a business income stream, including farmers and rental property owners, who donate at least $1,000 to TDIA receive a 70 percent state income tax credit for the donation. In addition, the donor can claim a charitable deduction on their federal income tax. Information on purchasing the NAP tax credits is available from TDIA Governing Board members and at the Chamber of Commerce office. TDIA loan applications are available from Jackie Soptic at the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission office.

Work is under way at the Wesley United Methodist Church to install new energy-efficient windows in the education wing of the building, thanks to funding through the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association revolving loan program. Wesley was one of two entities to whom loans have been made from the sale of tax credits by the TDIA. TDIA was awarded $446,116 in tax credits through the Missouri Department of Economic Development’s Neighborhood

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Ritze To Be Honored At NCMC Gala

Dr. J. Michael Ritze

Dr. J. Michael Ritze

Trenton native Dr. James Michael Ritze of Broken Arrow, OK is the fourth and final member chosen to the 2014 Class of Distinguished Alumni of Trenton Junior College/North Central Missouri College.
His induction as a distinguished alum will take place at NCMC’s Annual Gala on Saturday, Oct. 11.
Dr. Ritze, the son of former Trenton dentist Dr. Ted Ritze, is a board certified family practice physician

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Wright Run Route Reminder

The Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced the list of streets being used for the third annual Wright Run 5K/10K on Saturday:
Runners/walkers will be using Iowa Boulevard, Lake Trenton Drive, Lakeside Terrace, Mariner Road, 28th Street, Highway 6 and Highway Y as routes during the event, which begins at 8 a.m. and should end around 9:30 a.m. Motorists should be prepared to be stopped at the intersection of Iowa

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Rissler Movie Night

The RIssler PTO family movie night will be this Friday at 7 p.m. and has been relocated inside the S.M. Rissler Gymnasium due to the weather.
The public is welcome to attend. Tickets are a $1 donation to the Rissler PTO and will be available that night. Concessions open at 6:30 p.m. The movie being shown is “Space Chimps.”

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Glow Run/Walk Planned

The Lady Pirates basketball team at North Central Missouri College is hosting a Glow Run/Walk during the Missouri Day celebration in Trenton.
This is a 5K/10K run/walk open to all participants. It will begin at 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 17, with packet pick-ups starting at 7 p.m. at the tent on the practice football field adjacent to the high school parking lot. The race will begin on Normal Street

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Contests Part Of Missouri Day Festival

Several contests are being held in conjunction with this year’s Missouri Day Festival.
The Missouri Day Yard Decorating Contest begins today and the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will be presenting first- and second-place prizes to both business and residential participants.
The deadline to enter is Monday, Oct. 13 and entries will be accepted by calling the Chamber office at 359-4324. Citizens Bank & Trust is the contest sponsor.
The

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Park Department Takes Over Rental Of Rock Barn, Enclosed Shelter House

The Trenton Park Department will now be handling the rental of the Rock Barn and the enclosed shelterhouse at Moberly Park, with adjustments made to the rental fees during a meeting of the Trenton Park Board held Wednesday.
Park Board President Don Altes said he had been approached by Trenton City Administrator Kerry Sampson about the park department taking over the rental of those facilities, a task that had been

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FFA Class Learns Rifle Shooting

Submitted Photo During the week of Sept. 9-12, the conservation class at Trenton High School got the opportunity to go out to the Trenton Trap and Skeet Range. On Monday, Sept. 8, Scott Roy and Adam Brandsgard informed the class about the importance of tap shooting safety and gun handling. The rest of the week we went out to the trap range and learned the basics from Dick Thompson. During this week each student got the chance to shoot for the first time or brush up on their trap skills. The most improved Trap Shooter was Sean Pruitt. The best shot of the week was Derek Stimpson. (Submitted by Sadie Roy)

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During the week of Sept. 9-12, the conservation class at Trenton High School got the opportunity to go out to the Trenton Trap and Skeet Range. On Monday, Sept. 8, Scott Roy and Adam Brandsgard informed the class about the importance of tap shooting safety and gun handling. The rest of the week we went out to the trap range and learned the basics from Dick Thompson. During

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Students Learn About Electricity

Photo Courtesy of Grundy R-5 Elementary School Students at the Grundy R-5 Elementary School in Humphreys learned about electricity during a recent visit to the school by personnel from Grundy Electric Cooperative. Cole Peterson demonstrates the clothing worn by employees when working on electrical lines.

Photo Courtesy of Grundy R-5 Elementary School
Students at the Grundy R-5 Elementary School in Humphreys learned about electricity during a recent visit to the school by personnel from Grundy Electric Cooperative. Cole Peterson demonstrates the clothing worn by employees when working on electrical lines.

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