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Building, Nuisance Board To Meet

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include declaration of a nuisance for properties at 120 Highland-Trailer #19 and 2701 Lulu St., a public hearing on property at 1001 Main St., discussion of the 2014-15 demolition project and an update on current structures and nuisances.

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City Council To Meet

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include setting the dates to file for the April 7 city council election, which includes election of four councilman for a two-year term and the four-year term of the mayor. The terms of councilmen Mark Moore, Mark Robinson, Travis Elbert and Jim Bush expire along with the term

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Share The Harvest Update

During the first week of the firearms deer season 26 deer were donated by area hunters to the Share the Harvest Program in Grundy County.
During the 2013 firearms deer season, 58 deer were donated that contributed to 2,700 pounds of venison available to help those that are food insecure. The cost of processing deer is shared by corporate sponsors organized by the Conservation Federation of Missouri and includes partners

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Turkey Day Run/Walk At Crowder Park

Crowder State Park will be hosting a 5K walk/run on Thanksgiving Day.
The Turkey Day Trail Run/Walk will take place at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 27. Persons wanting to take part are asked to meet at the parking lot of shelterhouse 3 to start the event, which will make use of the park’s trails.
Participants are also asked to bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the Community

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I Remember Trenton – A Life-Changing Day In November

Editor’s Note: Persons who have a memory to share about any topic related to Trenton and the surrounding area are asked to do so by e-mailing the Republican-Times newspaper at [email protected] Stories should include the writer’s name, address and telephone number along with a short bio of the writer. Stories are to be submitted by e-mail only and will appear periodically in the newspaper.
By Kim Andereck
In the old

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Laredo R-7 Honors Veterans

Submitted Photo The Laredo R-7 School recognized area veterans and military personnel with a breakfast and program on Nov. 13. Each class presented music during the program, which was under the direction of music instructor Carol Wilford. Among those attending were Christine Chaney of the Missouri Army National Guard, at far left, front row; as well as Duane Urich, David Crouch, Eldon “Boo” Peterie, George “Pud” Bowe, Ronald “Roho” McLaughlin, Bill Mantlo, Casey Bowe and Ken Bowe, pictured in the front row, center.

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The Laredo R-7 School recognized area veterans and military personnel with a breakfast and program on Nov. 13. Each class presented music during the program, which was under the direction of music instructor Carol Wilford. Among those attending were Christine Chaney of the Missouri Army National Guard, at far left, front row; as well as Duane Urich, David Crouch, Eldon “Boo” Peterie, George “Pud” Bowe, Ronald “Roho” McLaughlin,

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NCMC Ag Students At State Conference

Submitted Photo NCMC students taking part in the Missouri Post Secondary Agriculture Students Organization State Conference were, from left, front row, Britney Adam of Lathrop, Brock Larson of Newtown, Collin Gandy of Gower, Jacob Roth of Blackwater, Alex Johnson of Polo, Megan Beck of Gallatin; back row, Sara Miles of Leonard, Shailyn Spencer of Mendon, Grace Von Opitz of Gallatin, Shantel Cooper of Chillicothe, Faith Peters of Chillicothe, Page Peters of Chillicothe, Amber Miller of Downing and Cyrsten Lollar of Chillicothe.

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NCMC students taking part in the Missouri Post Secondary Agriculture Students Organization State Conference were, from left, front row, Britney Adam of Lathrop, Brock Larson of Newtown, Collin Gandy of Gower, Jacob Roth of Blackwater, Alex Johnson of Polo, Megan Beck of Gallatin; back row, Sara Miles of Leonard, Shailyn Spencer of Mendon, Grace Von Opitz of Gallatin, Shantel Cooper of Chillicothe, Faith Peters of Chillicothe, Page Peters

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Gilman City Man Dies In Accident

Submitted Photo A Gilman City man was killed in an accident around noon on Wednesday at Crowder State Park. Michael Hayden, 31, was the driver of a concrete truck that was northbound on Highway 128 and failed to negotiate a curve. The vehicle went into a skid, going off the right side of the roadway and overturning, coming to rest on its top in Crowder Park Lake. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Hayden was pronounced dead at the scene by Grundy County Coroner Dewayne Slater. Law enforcement officials said that the concrete truck had been transporting concrete to the park for a shelterhouse project. The accident was investigated by Trooper J.C. Daly and Crash Team One member Sgt. J.M. Toal, assisted by Sgt. Doug Little, Cpl. J.A. Pithan, Trooper J.C. Acree, CVO A.W. Urban, CVO S.R. Dye, Missouri State Park Rangers, the Grundy County Sheriff’s Department, the Trenton Police Department and the Grundy County Rural Fire Protection District.

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A Gilman City man was killed in an accident around noon on Wednesday at Crowder State Park. Michael Hayden, 31, was the driver of a concrete truck that was northbound on Highway 128 and failed to negotiate a curve. The vehicle went into a skid, going off the right side of the roadway and overturning, coming to rest on its top in Crowder Park Lake. The Missouri State

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THS Drumline Performs At Game

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey It was “Bulldog Night” at the North Central Missouri College basketball games on Wednesday night and members of the Trenton High School Pep Band played throughout the evening, including a half-time performance by the drumline during the men’s contest. The group received a standing ovation following the music presentation, which included various costumed characters. Pictured are, from left, Tomi Delp, Franny Infranca, Alvynne Villacampa, Maddie Barone and Jasmyn French.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
It was “Bulldog Night” at the North Central Missouri College basketball games on Wednesday night and members of the Trenton High School Pep Band played throughout the evening, including a half-time performance by the drumline during the men’s contest. The group received a standing ovation following the music presentation, which included various costumed characters. Pictured are, from left, Tomi Delp, Franny Infranca, Alvynne Villacampa, Maddie Barone and

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