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Reservoir Fishing Area Closed

Chief Tommy Wright has announced that the public fishing area at the city reservoir will be closed on Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to noon
The closure is being done to facilitate use of the police department firing range.

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Trenton Rolls Up Second Win In As Many Days With 8-2 Victory

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs softball team picked up its second straight win to open the 2014 campaign, handling Gallatin 8-2 Tuesday night on the road.
The game began as a pitcher’s duel with neither team able to score in the first five frames. In fact, each team amassed just two hits in the first five innings. In the sixth, however, Trenton finally broke through. Jayden Roeder and McKinley Hurley led

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Golfers Improve In Home Loss To Brookfield

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton senior Caitlin McNabb chips onto the second green at the Riverside Country Club during the Lady Bulldogs’ dual with Brookfield Tuesday. McNabb led Trenton, shooting a score of 49.

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Trenton senior Caitlin McNabb chips onto the second green at the Riverside Country Club during the Lady Bulldogs’ dual with Brookfield Tuesday. McNabb led Trenton, shooting a score of 49.

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs high school golf team shaved 15 strokes off their team total from the previous day, but the end result was still the same, a loss to a Linn County School.
Trenton played host

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Volleyballers Struggle In Home Loss To Lawson

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Morganne Farmer sets a Lawson serve during the Lady Bulldogs’ 25-10, 25-9 loss to the Lady Cardinals Tuesday night in Trenton. The Lady Bulldogs are now 0-2.

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Morganne Farmer sets a Lawson serve during the Lady Bulldogs’ 25-10, 25-9 loss to the Lady Cardinals Tuesday night in Trenton. The Lady Bulldogs are now 0-2.

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs high school volleyball team suffered a home loss on the second night in a row, falling 25-10, 25-9 to visiting Lawson in the THS gym.
Trenton fell behind early and was plagued throughout the match by

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Quail And Small Game Workshop

Quail Forever will be hosting a Bobwhite Quail and small game workshop In Trenton and Milan. The workshop will be in Trenton on Sept. 10 and Milan on Sept. 11. The workshop begins at noon at both sites and lunch will be provided. The Trenton workshop will be held at the Barton Farm Campus and the Milan workshop will be held at the Milan Community Center.
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Trustees Hear Report On Scholarships, Roof Repairs

Trustees at North Central Missouri College heard some good news at a meeting Tuesday evening in which they learned a major milestone has been reached in scholarship funding and that the college’s property insurance carrier has agreed to pay for replacement of roofs damaged in hail storms.
Director of Development Teresa Cross told trustees that the college now has more than $2 million in endowed funds and will award more

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Daily Record 8-27-14

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson
Philip B. Burgess, 33, Trenton, waived his preliminary hearing and had his case bound over to the Circuit Division on a charge of driving while intoxicated-drug intoxication (persistent offender). Charges of speeding and not maintaining financial responsibility for a vehicle were certified to the Circuit Division. His cases were set for Sept. 18.
Eric S. Virtue, 33, Princeton, had a charge of

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Ticket Issued Following Mishap At Cedar & Crowder

One person was ticketed in a non-injury accident investigated Aug. 22 near the intersection of Cedar Street and Crowder Road.
According to the accident report filed by Trenton Police Det. Jerry Smith, the accident occurred when a car driven by Rebekah L. Wiggins of Trenton was exiting a parking lot at North Central Missouri College and failed to see a sport utility vehicle driven by Robert L. Burkeybile of Trenton,

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Falls Risk Coalition Meeting Sept. 3

The Grundy County Falls Risk Coalition will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3 in the basement meeting room of the Grundy County Health Department.
Items on the agenda include finalizing plans for the upcoming Falls event to be held at the North 65 Center and future events. Anyone interested in joining the Falls Coalition can contact Debbie Beverlin, Falls Coordinator, at 359-4218 or Elizabeth Gibson at the Grundy County

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