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TMS Spring Fling

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Trenton Middle School held its annual Spring Fling on Friday night, which included a book fair, musical entertainment, food and a trivia contest, which drew 13 teams. Pictured above is the team of, from left, clockwise, instructor Jon Guthrie, students Matthew Sibbit, Nick Shields and Jaden Whitney (partially hidden) and TMS Assistant Principal David Stallo. Final team results were not available as of press time.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
Trenton Middle School held its annual Spring Fling on Friday night, which included a book fair, musical entertainment, food and a trivia contest, which drew 13 teams. Pictured above is the team of, from left, clockwise, instructor Jon Guthrie, students Matthew Sibbit, Nick Shields and Jaden Whitney (partially hidden) and TMS Assistant Principal David Stallo. Final team results were not available as of press time.

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Emily Kasinger Is State FFA Creed Speaking Champion

Submitted Photos Emily Kasinger won the Missouri State FFA Creed Speaking competition during the state FFA convention in Columbia. Miss Kasinger, pictured in the top photo with advisors Kabel Oaks and Brook Kreatz, will represent Missouri at the national contest this fall. In the bottom photo are the Trenton FFA State Farmer Degree recipients and include, from left, Mrs. Kreatz, Rebecca Tate, Adam Kirby, Jenna Meservey, Alex Davis and Oaks.

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Emily Kasinger won the Missouri State FFA Creed Speaking competition during the state FFA convention in Columbia. Miss Kasinger, pictured in the top photo with advisors Kabel Oaks and Brook Kreatz, will represent Missouri at the national contest this fall. In the bottom photo are the Trenton FFA State Farmer Degree recipients and include, from left, Mrs. Kreatz, Rebecca Tate, Adam Kirby, Jenna Meservey, Alex Davis and Oaks.

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Finance Committee To Meet

The Finance Committee of the Trenton City Council will hold a meeting at noon on Tuesday at city hall.
The only item on the agenda is discussion of the budgets for the city and Trenton Municipal Utilities.

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Chronic Disease Self-Management Program

The Grundy County Health Department and North Central Missouri Mental Health Center have partnered with the Missouri Regional Arthritis Centers to offer chronic disease self-management program classes to the public.
The program teachers skills to manager common problems related to having a chronic condition such as arthritis, diabetes, lung disease and heart disease. Participants in the class can be persons with one or more chronic health conditions and/or are a

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Area Road Work Planned

Missouri Department of Transportation crews will be busy this week with road projects in Grundy, Mercer and other area counties.
In Grundy County, Route A between NW 60th and NW 70th will be closed on Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for culvert replacement. Sign operations will take place throughout the week on Highways 65 and 146 as well as route U and WW. Shoulder work will take place

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NCMC Games Postponed

The North Central Missouri College men’s baseball team saw their games over the weekend postponed due to the weather.
The games at Crowder College will be held today, with the first game of the doubleheader scheduled to take place at 1 p.m.

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Lady Pirates Split At Simpson JV

Weekend rain cancelled a doubleheader for the North Central Missouri College women against Highland Community College on Saturday, however, NCMC did split a pair of contests with the Simpson College JV on Thursday.
The Lady Pirates, behind a superb performance by Trenton pitcher Scotlin Hurley, took a 7-0 win in game one at Simpson. NCMC dropped the second contest 9-2.
Hurley tossed seven innings of six-hit ball, walking just one

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Princeton, Trenton FFA Teams Do Well

FFA meats judging teams from Princeton and Trenton finished among the top four teams in the state at the Missouri FFA Convention CDE competition in Columbia on Friday.
Princeton took second place and received Group I honors while Trenton finished fourth and also received a Group I rating. Princeton’s Jacob Schwenneker was the fourth-high individual judge while Samantha DeMoss wa seventh and Savannah Milburn finished 12th. Trenton’s top judge was

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THS Senior Adam Kirby Named State FFA President

Adam Kirby

Adam Kirby

Trenton High School FFA member Adam Kirby has been named the 2015-16 State FFA President.
Kirby was selected from among 16 students from across the state who interviewed for one of three state officer positions during the Missouri State FFA Convention on Thursday. He was named to his new post during Thursday afternoon’s convention session.
Kirby is the second THS student to serve as president of the state

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