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DNR Sets Public Hearing On Hog Farm

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting concerning the permitting of the proposed Trenton Farms RE LLC Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation.
The meeting will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 11 at Trenton High School. The purpose of the meeting is to understand and discuss public concerns about the CAFO relating to water quality issues only. The proposed location is Highway W,

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Mishap At 15th Street Driveway

No injuries were reported in an accident investigated Thursday by the Trenton Police Department.
According to Officer Randy Burks’ report, the mishap occurred when a vehicle driven by Carissa R. Rogers of Trenton was westbound on 15th Street approaching a driveway at 403 W. 15th St. Veronica Vestal of Trenton was backing from that driveway and failed to see Mrs. Rogers’ vehicle, backing into it. Ms. Vestal, 21, was ticketed

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Princeton Chamber Makes Plans

The Princeton Chamber of Commercer met May 13 at Bristol Manor, with seven members present.
The meeting was called to order by Kelly Bertrand and the minutes and treasurer’s reports were approved. It was reported that there are 10 food concessions and two non-food concessions signed up for The Big Bam Bicycle Ride coming through Princeton on June 24. There are currently over 1,000 riders scheduled to take part. Support

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Pvt. John Hack: Trenton’s Only Medal of Honor Recipient

Pvt. John Hack is Trenton's only Medal of Honor recipient, honored for his service to the Union in the Civil War. He lived more than 40 years in Trenton and is buried at Maple Grove Cemetery.

Pvt. John Hack is Trenton’s only Medal of Honor recipient, honored for his service to the Union in the Civil War. He lived more than 40 years in Trenton and is buried at Maple Grove Cemetery.


Editor’s Note: In remembrance of those who have served our nation, the Republican-Times is publishing a story about Trenton’s first and only Medal of Honor rccipient Pvt. John Hack. The article was written by

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Grundy R-5 Year-End Awards Are Presented

Submitted Photo  The students of the quarter for the fourth quarter at Grundy R-5 School were honored on the last day of school and include, from left, front row, Ellen Baxter, seventh grade; Kaden Olmstead, eighth grade; Andrew Hudson, freshman; back row, Victor Barriga, sophomore; Emily Moore and Jodi Dickerson (tie), juniors; and Chris Burkin, senior.

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The students of the quarter for the fourth quarter at Grundy R-5 School were honored on the last day of school and include, from left, front row, Ellen Baxter, seventh grade; Kaden Olmstead, eighth grade; Andrew Hudson, freshman; back row, Victor Barriga, sophomore; Emily Moore and Jodi Dickerson (tie), juniors; and Chris Burkin, senior.

Grundy R-5 High School held it awards assembly on Tuesday.
High School Principal Randy

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Local Bank Purchases TDIA Tax Credits

R-T Photo/Wendell Lenhart Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri has purchased $25,000 in tax credits from the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association. The funds will be used to make loans which will allow downtown property owners to make improvements to their buildings. Pictured are front row, from left, Marsha Kennedy, Linda Lamp, Marlissa Klinginsmith, Rosa Hobbs, TDIA President Elvin Noel, Farmers Bank Chief Executive Officer David Tribble, TDIA Secretary Sarah Maloney, Donna Wilson, Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Debbie Carman; back row, Farmers Bank Executive Vice-President Rick Klinginsmith, Karen Harrison, Deanna Washburn, Tracy Kralicek, Theresa Steinhoff, Tawny Epperson, Amy Spencer, Cathie Smith, Trenton Community Developer Ralph Boots and Amy Lewis.

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Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri has purchased $25,000 in tax credits from the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association. The funds will be used to make loans which will allow downtown property owners to make improvements to their buildings. Pictured are front row, from left, Marsha Kennedy, Linda Lamp, Marlissa Klinginsmith, Rosa Hobbs, TDIA President Elvin Noel, Farmers Bank Chief Executive Officer David Tribble, TDIA Secretary Sarah Maloney, Donna

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TMS Elects Student Council Members

Submitted Photo The Trenton Middle School Student Council has elected their members for the 2015-16 school year. They include, from left, Kaleb Mayfield, Delaney Franklin, Haylee Coplen, Payden McCullough, Shawna Coplen, Gabe Swann; back row Riley Walker, Adria Willey, Kayden Spencer, Gwyneth Foster, Reece Miller and McKenna Cox. Not pictured are fifth graders Summer Martin, Eliana Cowling, Coleman Griffin and Ian Elbert.

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The Trenton Middle School Student Council has elected their members for the 2015-16 school year. They include, from left, Kaleb Mayfield, Delaney Franklin, Haylee Coplen, Payden McCullough, Shawna Coplen, Gabe Swann; back row Riley Walker, Adria Willey, Kayden Spencer, Gwyneth Foster, Reece Miller and McKenna Cox. Not pictured are fifth graders Summer Martin, Eliana Cowling, Coleman Griffin and Ian Elbert.

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R-5 Art Project

Submitted Photo Grundy R-5 Elementary School students used their artistic skills to improve the outside of the school building at Humphreys. The second through sixth grade students in Mrs. Lila Moore’s art class took cans from the kitchen trash, painted and repurposed them to line the flower beds and plants at the school.

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Grundy R-5 Elementary School students used their artistic skills to improve the outside of the school building at Humphreys. The second through sixth grade students in Mrs. Lila Moore’s art class took cans from the kitchen trash, painted and repurposed them to line the flower beds and plants at the school.

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R-5 Board Accepts Resignation

The Grundy R-5 Board of Education held a special meeting on Tuesday night at the school, accepting a resignation.
According to information provided by Superintendent Rob Deaver, the board approved the resignation of Curtis May as science instructor in grades seven through 12. An executive session for personnel was also held with no announcement being made at this time.

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