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Trenton Boys Blast Braymer, Get Back Into Title Game

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan Connor Cotton shoots and scores during Trenton’s 65-47 semifinal win over Braymer on Thursday night at the Gallatin Tournament. Cotton led Trenton with 23 points and 11 rebounds.

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan
Connor Cotton shoots and scores during Trenton’s 65-47 semifinal win over Braymer on Thursday night at the Gallatin Tournament. Cotton led Trenton with 23 points and 11 rebounds.

Seniors Spencer Harris and Connor Cotton did all they could – and it was more than enough.
The duo combined for 45 points and 22 rebounds, leading Trenton to an impressive 65-47 victory over the Braymer Bobcats in the

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Trenton Girls Look Better In Semifinal Win

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan Salem Croy goes up for two of her 15 points during Trenton’s 61-22 win over Braymer on Thursday night in the Gallatin Tournament semifinals. Croy also added five rebounds and three steals in the win.

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan
Salem Croy goes up for two of her 15 points during Trenton’s 61-22 win over Braymer on Thursday night in the Gallatin Tournament semifinals. Croy also added five rebounds and three steals in the win.

Just 48 hours earlier, the Trenton High School girls’ basketball team got a big win to open the Gallatin Tournament. But the feeling after the victory was far from one of pride

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TMS Hosts Putnam County

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Kayleigh Snuffer looks to pass during the Trenton Middle School girls’ match-up with Putnam County on Thursday night. Trenton dropped the A girls game 34-27, despite 23 points from Maci Moore, and lost the boys’ A game as well, 31-19. Camdyn Leeper had eight points to pace Trenton’s A boys. In B game action, Trenton fell 25-21 in the girls’ contest and 32-10 in the boys’ game.

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Rotary Club Meets

Arlene Ranes, emergency department manager and STEMI/Stroke coordinator at Wright Memorial Hospital, gave the program at Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Steve Merrin was the program chairman.
Ms. Ranes talked about The Time Critical Diagnosis System, a statewide emergency medical care response system that provides quick response and higher quality care when a critical emergency happens. She said the system brings together the 911 response team, ambulance services and hospitals

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Letters To Santa

The Trenton Republican-Times will be publishing Letters to Santa in a special section that will be included in the newspaper the week of Dec. 19.
Children are encouraged to write letters to Santa, telling him of their gift wishes for Christmas. Letters must include the child’s name, age, address (town) and a telephone number in order to be published. Only the child’s name, age and town will be included in

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December 2016 TMS Students of the Month

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig Eight Trenton Middle School students have been selected as the December Students of the Month, honored for demonstrating the character trait of “kindness.” Those receiving the award include, from left, fifth graders Zach Carner, son of Michael and Kristi Carner, and Shayla Chapman, daughter of Caina Chapman; sixth graders Tyson Ellis, son of Robert Ellis, and Ava Simpson, daughter of Jarin and Tracy Simpson; seventh graders Connor Littleton, son of Scott and Brenna Littleton, and Flora Wilcox, daughter of Daniel and Sarah Wilcox; and eighth graders Jacob Mehrhoff, son of Willy Mehrhoff, and Emilee Lovell, daughter of Brent and Connie Lovell.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
Eight Trenton Middle School students have been selected as the December Students of the Month, honored for demonstrating the character trait of “kindness.” Those receiving the award include, from left, fifth graders Zach Carner, son of Michael and Kristi Carner, and Shayla Chapman, daughter of Caina Chapman; sixth graders Tyson Ellis, son of Robert Ellis, and Ava Simpson, daughter of Jarin and Tracy Simpson; seventh graders Connor

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Rissler Elementary School Christmas Program

“Tis the Season” is the title of the Rissler Elementary School Christmas program, being held on Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Ketcham Community Center.
The program of traditional holiday music will feature performances by students in kindergarten through second grade along with the third and fourth grade honor choir. Rachel Lorenz is the Rissler music instructor.
The program, which is open to the public, begins at 6 p.m. Parents are

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Commission Agenda For Dec. 6, 2016

The Grundy County Commission will meet in regular session Tuesday at the courthouse.
Items on the announced agenda include a 9:30 a.m. meeting with Third Circuit Judge Jack Peace to discuss the 2017 budget and a 10 a.m. meeting with Ambulance Director Steve Tracy.

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Route P Closure

Route P in Mercer County will soon close for a bridge replacement project.
Contractors from Ennis Excavating, LLC of Jamestown, working with the Missouri Department of Transportation, plan to close the road to all traffic at the bridge over Brushy Creek. The roadway is scheduled to close at 8 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 5. The road will remain closed until the beginning of February 2017 while contractors replace the current

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