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4-H Recognition Event Held

Grundy County 4-H Members were honored during the annual 4-H Recognition Program on Sunday afternoon at the KCP&L building.
Awards were presented for work done during the past 4-H year.
Named as the Outstanding Clover Kid was Levi Johnson. The Outstanding 4-H member, 13 and under, was Tyler Kidd while Morganne Farmer received recognition as the Outstanding 4-H member,14 and over.
Receiving the Friends of 4-H Award were Steve Maxey,

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Skateboard Program Planned For July 4

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

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Money For Mutts

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.
Volunteers for the Green Hills Animal Shelter will be standing at the intersections from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, collecting donations in dog bone biscuit boxes.

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‘Brainerd Boys’ Bring Home Championship Rings

by Seth Herrold
R-T Sports Editor
Travel to any playground or school yard in America and you’re bound to find kids on a ballfield of some sort, dreaming of a world championship.

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

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Cancer Survivor Event

A special event is planned for cancer survivors as part of the 13th Annual Grundy County Relay for Life.

A reception is planned for Wednesday, May 27 at Trenton High School for all cancer survivors. The come-and-go event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Survivors will be honored and will be able to pick up their t-shirts for the Relay for Life Event at that time. A registration

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Charles and Lovice Crawford Anniversary

The family of Charles and Lovice Crawford will hold an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 2, 2008 at the Ketcham Community Center. All family and friends are invited and no gifts are requested. The couple was married on Oct. 31, 1948. They are the parents of four children, Doug and his wife, Dianna, of Trenton; Bob and his wife, Faye, of Kansas City; Danny and

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Pie & Box Supper Planned

An old-fashioned box and pie supper will be held at the Grundy County Museum’s Baker School building at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18 as part of the Missouri Day Festival activities.

Everyone wishing to participate should bring “food for two people” or a pie in a decorated box. Local auctioneer Bill Brinser will auction the boxes and pies to the highest bidders with the proceeds going toward maintenance and

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Route Announced For Parade

The Missouri Day Festival Parade is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. on Saturday in Trenton, with 97 entries scheduled to participate along with 20-plus bands that will also be competing in Missouri Day Festival activities throughout the day.

Dr. Curtis Cox is serving as grand marshal of the parade, which is being organized by the Trenton Rotary Club. The parade will depart from Crowder Road and Main Street and follow the

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Local Dentist Chosen As Missouri Day Parade Marshal

by Diane Lowrey
R-T Editor
Although he was never quite sure whether or not he would return to Trenton after his military services in the 1950s, retired dentist Dr. Curtis Cox is glad that he did.

Dr. Cox will be serving as grand marshal of the Missouri Day Festival Parade on Saturday, Oct. 18. The theme of the parade, as well as the 24th annual festival, is “Home is Where

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