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Old Glory

The Trenton Fire Department displayed the colors at the Trenton Municipal Airport on Saturday, July 4.

The Trenton Fire Department displayed the colors at the Trenton Municipal Airport on Saturday, July 4.

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Fourth of July Fireworks

Fireworks could be heard around the area over the weekend, with the city setting off its fireworks display on Friday evening.

Fireworks could be heard around the area over the weekend, with the city setting off its fireworks display on Friday evening.

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Trenton QB Club Meeting

The Trenton Quarterback Club will be holding a meeting on Thursday, July 9, at the football film room at Trenton High School. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
For more information, persons may contact club president Lynn McCarter at 660-635-0181 or by email at [email protected]

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Rex Pettegrew Winners

R-T Photo/Christy Tolson The Rex Pettegrew Memorial Youth Open was held Thursday at the Riverside Country Club in Trenton. Winners in the 4-5-year-old and 6-7-year-old divisions were, from left, Lydia Bonderer (30), first in the girls’ 6-7 division; Jackson Sides (31), first in the 6-7 boys’ division; Graeme Sager (32), second in the 6-7 boys’ division; and Turner Jackson (26), first in the 4-5 boys’ division.

R-T Photo/Christy Tolson
The Rex Pettegrew Memorial Youth Open was held Thursday at the Riverside Country Club in Trenton. Winners in the 4-5-year-old and 6-7-year-old divisions were, from left, Lydia Bonderer (30), first in the girls’ 6-7 division; Jackson Sides (31), first in the 6-7 boys’ division; Graeme Sager (32), second in the 6-7 boys’ division; and Turner Jackson (26), first in the 4-5 boys’ division.

R-T Photo/Christy Tolson The Rex Pettegrew Memorial Youth Open was held Thursday at the Riverside Country Club in Trenton. Winners in the 8-9-year-old divisions were, from left, Jolie Bonderer (55), first in the 8-9 girls’ division; Luke McCullough (31), first in the 8-9 boys’ division; Kiefer Tolson (33), second in the 8-9 boys’ division; and Gavin McAtee (42), third in the 8-9 boys’ division.

R-T Photo/Christy Tolson
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Town and Country July 4 Parade

The annual Independence Day Parade was held in the Town and Country area on Saturday morning.

The annual Independence Day Parade was held in the Town and Country area on Saturday morning.

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LifeFlight Draws the Curious at Fly-In

R-T Photo/Wendell Lenhart The LifeFlight Eagle helicopter was a draw at the Trenton Municipal Airport Saturday morning where a fly-in was held along with a pancake breakfast sponsored by Preceptor Nu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Among those taking a tour of the medical helicopter were Colton White, left, and Scott Slater-Maberry.

R-T Photo/Wendell Lenhart
The LifeFlight Eagle helicopter was a draw at the Trenton Municipal Airport Saturday morning where a fly-in was held along with a pancake breakfast sponsored by Preceptor Nu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Among those taking a tour of the medical helicopter were Colton White, left, and Scott Slater-Maberry.

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Poker Run Benefits Christmas In July/Shop With A Cop

R-T Photo/Wendell Lenhart  It was a perfect day for the Christmas in July/Shop With A Cop Poker Run, held Saturday with 35 bikes carrying 48 riders participating in the fundraiser. The event raised $1,339, with Jeanette Draper winning best hand and her husband, Jimmy, having the worst hand. Danny Hicks won the 50/50 at the event, which saw bikers travel from Trenton to Chula, Sumner, Avalon, Jamesport and back to Trenton. The poker run was sponsored by Chumbley’s in conjunction with the Trenton Police Department.

R-T Photo/Wendell Lenhart
It was a perfect day for the Christmas in July/Shop With A Cop Poker Run, held Saturday with 35 bikes carrying 48 riders participating in the fundraiser. The event raised $1,339, with Jeanette Draper winning best hand and her husband, Jimmy, having the worst hand. Danny Hicks won the 50/50 at the event, which saw bikers travel from Trenton to Chula, Sumner, Avalon, Jamesport and back to

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Dr. Jennifer Blair Joins WMH Staff

Dr. Jennifer Blair

Dr. Jennifer Blair


Wright Memorial Hospital has announced the addition of family medicine physician, Jennifer Blair, D.O., to the medical team.
Dr. Blair provides primary care to patients of all ages and specializes in obstetrics. She will begin treating patients at Wright Memorial Physicians’ Group in Trenton on Tuesday, July 21.
Prior to joining Wright Memorial, Dr. Blair completed her residency at the University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Medicine.

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