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City Council Sets July 14 Meeting Agenda

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include a resolution showing support of Gov. Jay Nixon’s vetoes of bills that would have diminished voter-approved municipal sales tax revenues, forcing cuts to essential local services for Trenton residents, an ordinance authorizing the execution of an order of consent between the city and the Missouri Department of Natural

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Health Department Hosts Event

Bicycle Rodeo

Bicycle Rodeo


Car Seat Check

Car Seat Check

R-T Photos/Seth Herrold
The Grundy County Health Department, with the help of the Trenton police Department and Grundy County Ambulance held a bicycle rodeo and car seat check event on Thursday at the health department. The event saw the health department give out 30 bicycle helmets to children, which were donated by Safe Kids of Northwest Missouri.Above, Officer Josh Miller helps kids through the bicycle

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NCMC Boys Basketball Camp

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold NCMC Head Men’s Basketball Coach Steve Richman, left, hosted a pair of basketball camps this week, one for students entering grades one-six, and another for students entering grades seven-12. The camps were held at the Ketcham Community Center and worked around fundamentals and becoming a better basketball player.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
NCMC Head Men’s Basketball Coach Steve Richman, left, hosted a pair of basketball camps this week, one for students entering grades one-six, and another for students entering grades seven-12. The camps were held at the Ketcham Community Center and worked around fundamentals and becoming a better basketball player.

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Wrestling Camp

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Youth wrestlers work through a drill designed to improve their wrestling stance during a wrestling camp being held this week in the Ron Hurst Family Wrestling Room. The camp, being hosted by Trenton High School Wrestling Coach Charlie Bacon, ran through today and was held in two sessions, one for students entering grades six and under, and the other for students entering grades seven-12. Joining Bacon as clinicians for the camp were Erik Coffey, Jacob Spillman and Karson Hill.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Youth wrestlers work through a drill designed to improve their wrestling stance during a wrestling camp being held this week in the Ron Hurst Family Wrestling Room. The camp, being hosted by Trenton High School Wrestling Coach Charlie Bacon, ran through today and was held in two sessions, one for students entering grades six and under, and the other for students entering grades seven-12. Joining Bacon as

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Catfishing

By Jeff Berti
The scent of something to eat suddenly catches the fish’s attention. It approaches the source of the appealing scent. The bait is taken and the fish begins to swim off. At the same time, on the bank above, an angler notices the bite, sets the hook, and reels in the prize. The chunky channel catfish is admired for a moment and then placed on a stringer to

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Trenton QB Club Meeting

The Trenton Quarterback Club will hold a meeting on Tuesday, July 15, in the Trenton High School training room at 7 p.m. Parents of all THS and TMS football players are encouraged to attend.
For more information, persons may contact Trenton Quarterback Club President Derrick Gott at 660-635-0861.

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Co-Ed Softball Tournament

The Daniel Gingerich Memorial Softball Tournament will be held Saturday at the Jamesport City Park. The co-ed slowpitch softball tournament will begin at 8 a.m.
The cost to enter a team in the tournament is $150 per team. All proceeds raised at the tournament will go to the family of the late Daniel Gingerich.
Anyone interested in signing up a team should call 660-247-2797 or 660-247-0151.

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THS/TMS Softball Camp

Trenton High School and Trenton Middle School softball coaching staffs will be holding a softball clinic for all girls entering grades 7-12 this fall on July 22-24. The high school portion of the camp will run from 7-9:15 a.m. each day and the middle school portion will meet from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Both camps cost $25, include a camp t-shirt and will focus on fundamentals. For more information, person may contact

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