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
Grundy County 4-H Members were honored during the annual 4-H Recognition Program on Sunday afternoon at the KCP&L building.
In addition to the Independence Day activities planned at the Trenton Municipal Airport and the Sesquicentennial Park in downtown Trenton on Monday, July 4, there will be events during the day on the North Central Missouri College Campus, sponsored by the NCMC Baptist Student Union, Trenton Ministerial Alliance and the Concord Baptist Youth Group of Jefferson City.
“UntitledSkate,” an internationally known professional skateboarding team, will perform in the west parking lot of
The second annual “Money For Mutts” fundraiser will be taking place on Friday and Saturday at the intersections of Ninth Street and Main Street, Ninth Street and Oklahoma Avenue and Oklahoma Avenue and 28th Street.
by Seth Herrold
The playground at the old Brainerd School in north Trenton in the 1950’s and 1960’s was no different, except for one small detail. If you were dreaming of a major sports championship on that playground, chances are your
PuppetFest MidWest will once again be held on the campus of North Central Missouri College in Trenton on July 8-13.
A puppet exhibit and puppet shows five nights in a row are some of the highlights of this annual, independent puppetry festival. The event is funded by the Rumpelstiltskin Society, a not-for-profit corporation created to inspire, strengthen and renew commitment to good puppet theatre.
Girl Scout Service Unit 21 held its awards ceremony on Thursday, May 22 in the Trenton High School Commons. Participating in the opening ceremonies from Troop 8204 were Megan Lynch, Caitlin McNabb, Ashley Allen and Ali Shipley-Fair.
Girl Scout Service Unit 21 held its awards ceremony on Thursday, May 22 in the Trenton High School Commons. Participating in the opening ceremonies from Troop 8204 were Megan Lynch, Caitlin McNabb, Ashley
“Home is Where the Heart Is” will be the theme of the 24th annual Missouri Day Festival this October.
The theme was chosen from among ideas that were voted on during an e-mail poll conducted by the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce. The theme will be used for all Missouri Day-related activities, including the parade, window decorations, etc.
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