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Girls Golf Team Second In Kirksville

Submitted Photo The Trenton Lady Bulldogs finished second at the Kirksville Tournament on Thursday, carding a team score of 416. Members of the team included, from left, Karley McCollum, Hannah Kennebeck, Kaitlyn Mounce, Lana Raymo and Jordain Oshel.

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The Trenton Lady Bulldogs finished second at the Kirksville Tournament on Thursday, carding a team score of 416. Members of the team included, from left, Karley McCollum, Hannah Kennebeck, Kaitlyn Mounce, Lana Raymo and Jordain Oshel.

The Trenton High School girls’ golf team had a big day on Thursday at the Kirksville Girls Golf Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs carded a team score of 416, placing themselves second overall

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Lady Bulldogs Come Close, But Fall 2-0

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton’s Karli Provorse goes up for one of her team-high six kills on Thursday during the Lady Bulldogs’ 25-21, 25-20 loss to Carrollton. Provorse also had two aces, two digs and an assist in the loss.

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Trenton’s Karli Provorse goes up for one of her team-high six kills on Thursday during the Lady Bulldogs’ 25-21, 25-20 loss to Carrollton. Provorse also had two aces, two digs and an assist in the loss.

The Trenton High School volleyball team was close on Thursday night, but wound up on the losing end, falling 25-21, 25-20 to Carrollton in the home opener at the THS gym.

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Tennis Squad Picks Up Second Win In A Row

The Trenton Lady Bulldog tennis team scored its second win in a row on Thursday, pushing its record north of .500 with a 6-3 victory on the road against Cameron.
Trenton saw its top two players fall as Claire Utley was defeated 8-2 and Hannah Farmer lost 8-4, but the Lady Bulldogs bounced back to take the last four singles matches. Lauren Dolan won 9-7 and Codi DeLong picked up

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Area Teams Dealt Losses On Thursday Night

The Princeton and Grundy R-5 softball teams had a rough night on Thursday. The Lady Tigers were defeated 12-6 by Gallatin in Grand River Conference action in Princeton and both Grundy R-5 squads were shut out in HDC contests in Winston. The Lady Panthers fell 15-0 and the Panthers lost 11-0.
For Princeton, 10 errors doomed the Lady Tigers as Gallatin took full advantage, plating 12 runs. Darcee Schwartzkopf led

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Hearing Set On Hog Farm Permit Appeal

A hearing has been scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 22 in Jefferson City to hear an appeal filed by the Hickory Neighbors United, Inc. in regard to the recent issuance of a permit by the Clean Water Commission to Trenton Farms RE, LLC, to operate a large hog confinement southwest of Trenton.
The group, through its attorney Stephen G. Jeffery of Chesterfield, is asking that the Administrative Hearing Commission for the

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Spickard Fall Festival Set For Sept. 11-13

Spickard residents are gearing up for their annual fall festival activities, which get under way on Friday, Sept. 11 and continue through Sunday, Sept. 13.
Music, games and a parade are just some of the events scheduled for the festival, which takes place in the downtown area.
Exhibits such as quilts, needlework, fruits and vegetables, canned goods, crafts, fine arts, etc., can be entered for judging on Thursday, from 3

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R-9 Board Meeting Is Tuesday

The Trenton R-9 Board of Education will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the district office.
Items on the announced agenda include adoption of board of education goals, discussion of superintendent evaluation criteria, approval of bus routes, approval of the gifted program handbook, a review of MAP/EOC scores, an early graduation request, the professional development program evaluation, a report on safety and emergency planning, an update

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Alum On The Run Reminder

The public is being reminded to watch for runners participating in “Alum on the Run” this Saturday between the hours of 8:15 and 10 a.m.
Participants will follow a course that begins at the back doors of Trenton High School travelling north on Normal Street to 17th Street, west on 17th street to Oak Street, north on Oak to 22nd Street, west on 22nd to Chestnut, south on Chestnut to

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Rotary Hears About Geyer Hall

Trenton Rotary Club members Kristi Urich, left, and Don Purkapile, right, were presented Paul Harris Fellows in recognition of their contributions to Rotary during Thursday’s meeting. Also pictured is club president Steve Taylor.

Trenton Rotary Club members Kristi Urich, left, and Don Purkapile, right, were presented Paul Harris Fellows in recognition of their contributions to Rotary during Thursday’s meeting. Also pictured is club president Steve Taylor.

Stories about North Central Missouri College’s Geyer Hall highlighted a program presented at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club. Teresa Cross was the program chairman.
Tom Brown, professor emeritus at NCMC, related tales about the building

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