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TRENTON HITS THE GROUND RUNNING

Trenton Sweeps Team Titles At Season-Opening Event

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Ayron Osborn leaps towards the pit during the triple jump event at the Trenton Early Bird Relays on Thursday at C.F. Russell Stadium. Osborn won the event with a mark of 32-4. Osborn also took gold as part of the 4x400-meter relay team and was third in the 800- and 1,600-meter runs.

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Ayron Osborn leaps towards the pit during the triple jump event at the Trenton Early Bird Relays on Thursday at C.F. Russell Stadium. Osborn won the event with a mark of 32-4. Osborn also took gold as part of the 4×400-meter relay team and was third in the 800- and 1,600-meter runs.

The Trenton High School track and field teams

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Lady Pirates Blast Graceland

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Scotlin Hurley fires a pitch during the Lady Pirates’ 10-1 game-one victory Thursday at Griffin Field in Trenton. Hurley threw a five-inning complete game, allowing one run on three hits and a walk while striking out three.

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Scotlin Hurley fires a pitch during the Lady Pirates’ 10-1 game-one victory Thursday at Griffin Field in Trenton. Hurley threw a five-inning complete game, allowing one run on three hits and a walk while striking out three.

The North Central Missouri College softball team beat up on the Graceland University junior varsity Thursday, picking up wins of 10-1 and 17-5 at home on Griffin Field in Trenton.

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TBA Accepting Sign-Ups

The Trenton Baseball/Softball Association is currently accepting sign-ups for the 2015 season. Forms will be accepted through April 11 for a fee of $38. Late sign-ups will be accepted until April 18 for $48.
All fees include a shirt and hat or visor. Players must be five-years-old by Aug. 1 to be eligible for TBA. Sign-up forms are available at the local schools and at Hometown Pharmacy
For more information,

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Black Wins Two Medals

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Jacob Black earned two medals at the North Missouri Invitational Tournament held in Bethany on Saturday, March 21. Black earned a first-place medal in forms and a second-place medal in board break. Both medals came in the 5-7-year-old division. Over 200 martial arts students from North Missouri and Iowa participated at the tournament. Black is a student at Heritage Tae Kwon Do in Trenton where Bart Thomas, Fourth

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Royal Rangers/Girls Ministries Pinewood Derby

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Assembly of God Church
The Royal Rangers/ Girls Ministries of the First Assembly of God Church held their Pinewood Derby on Wednesday night. Around 50 youth took part in the event. First-place winners in each age division, pictured at top, from left, Juliet Schmadeke, Ashleigh Fritz, Zack Lawrence, Jordan Dyson and Caleb Johnson. At bottom, left, Cale Gondringer presented a trophy to Girls Ministries leader Lillian

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Community Concerns Discussed At Meeting

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Trenton residents gathered at the Sugg Room of the Ketcham Community Center on Thursday night to discuss strengths and weaknesses of the community. “Trenton 2020” was organized by the City of Trenton with Green Hills Regional Planning Commission Executive Director Randy Railsback, left, and Executive Director Jackie Soptic, right, helping to facilitate the meeting. A follow-up meeting is planned on Tuesday, April 14 to discuss strategies in addressing concerns.

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Trenton residents gathered at the Sugg Room of the Ketcham Community Center on Thursday night to discuss strengths and weaknesses of the community. “Trenton 2020” was organized by the City of Trenton with Green Hills Regional Planning Commission Executive Director Randy Railsback, left, and Executive Director Jackie Soptic, right, helping to facilitate the meeting. A follow-up meeting is planned on Tuesday, April 14 to discuss strategies in

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NCMC Gets Top 10 Ranking

North Central Missouri College in Trenton has been named to the “Top 10 Community Colleges in America” list by The Huffington Post.
The SmartAsset blog on the Huff Post website determined their list of Top 10 through various factors including the low cost of education, good return on investment and high student success rate. North Central Missouri College was No. 6. “NCMC was noted for its low tuition, the percentage

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Kiwanis Club Will Host Easter Egg Hunt

The Trenton Kiwanis Club will be hosting the Community Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 4, beginning at 10 a.m. in Moberly Park. The event will be held in the area of the lower shelter house.
There will be age divisions for 0-3, 4-6 and 7-10. Children should bring their own basket for the hunt. The park will be sectioned off for different age groups to hunt for candy and

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Red Cross Lifeguard Classes Planned

Red Cross lifeguarding classes will be held in Trenton in May, with registration deadlines next month.
There will be two sessions of three classes and participants must attend all three class dates during their session to complete the course. Classes will be held at the Trenton Family Aquatic Center and be taught by Truman Elbert.
Session 1 classes will be held from 4 to 10 p.m. on Monday, May 18,

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